CVS Guard Charged With Molesting Women And Making Them Sign Phony Consent Forms

The guard targeted shoplifting suspects.

By Sowmya Krishnamurthy

A guard at a CVS pharmacy in Brooklyn, New York is being charged—again— with molesting several women. According to the NY Daily NewsJose Ramos molested female shoplifting suspects and made them sign phony agreements to keep quiet.

The 29-year-old was charged in April when he confessed to a March 15 incident in which he ordered a shoplifting suspect to strip. He took photos of the 28-year-old woman, groped her and made her sign an agreement that she wouldn't tell authorities. 

He was charged with coercion, harassment, forcible touching and sexually abuse. He was released without bail. 

On Wednesday, the married father of three was busted for molesting more women when police found three more notes in his backpack. They were signed by victims promising not to disclose his crimes.

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