Suspected Semen Tosser Caught After Returning To The Scene Of The Crime

Police fear others are unaware they were victims of his perverted attacks. 

A Beaverton, Oregon man suspected of throwing semen on unsuspecting women was arrested Thursday in the parking lot of a store where a previous attack occurred. Portland’s KOIN reports detectives were conducting a follow-up investigation at a local Safeway store when they noticed a man fitting the suspect’s description sitting in a car similar to the one described by victims. They arrested 47-year-old Manuel Banuelos-Alcala at the scene and charged him with two counts of third-degree sexual abuse.

Portland police released photos of the suspect and his car last week following a semen-throwing incident in the same store that Wednesday. A police spokesman said Banuelos-Alcala is suspected of similar behavior at three other area grocery stores, according to The Oregonian newspaper. In fact, they even fear he may have spread his bodily fluid on another unsuspecting victim in that same Safeway, mere moments before his arrest.

In an interview with KATU news, one victim said she had twice been the victim of semen tossing attacks in the Safeway. The first incident occurred last November, when she "felt something kind of hit me in the back." She claims it was semen, though she never saw the person who threw it. The second incident was on April 5 inside the store’s parking garage. "Ever since it happened the first time, you're always on high alert that something's going to happen, but I did not expect it a second time," she said.

Police believe Banuelos-Alcala targeted other people, who were unaware they were the victims of his semen throwing antics. If more people come forward, he could face more charges. They ask anyone who has information about other semen-throwing incidents to contact the Portland police department.

 

[Photo: Portland Police Bureau]

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