Sheriff: Encinitas Woman Walking Dog was Accosted
A woman identified as “Paulina” was walking her dog in Encinitas last week when a man jumped out of hiding and accosted her, according to a prosecutor in court last Monday.
Prosecutor Aimee McLeod said the man spoke “in a sexual manner” and grabbed the woman’s shirt and got it partially off before she was able to escape from him. The alleged attacker caught up with the woman in Cottonwood Creek Park, and exposed his private parts to the woman, before she was able to run away and call for help.
The San Diego County Sheriff said deputies and a helicopter “were able to secure a perimeter” and capture a suspect “who matched the victim’s description of her attacker.” The alleged victim identified 29-year-old Kori Adam Prince as her attacker, according to a Sheriff’s spokesperson.
Kori Adam Prince has been charged with two felonies, assault and attempted rape, and battery and indecent exposure as misdemeanors. The defendant is next due in court on Tuesday, August 21.
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