Man Charged With Groping Woman On Loyola Campus
By Sarah Gouda in News on Sep 23, 2016 4:27PM
Soroush Aflaki, 22, has been charged with two felony counts of aggravated battery in a public place after several women filed reports of being groped on Loyal University’s Rogers Park campus.
Police say there were four reported instances of women being inappropriately touched on or near Loyola’s campus in recent weeks. Aflaki has been identified as the man who touched a woman as she walked in the 6300 block of N Winthrop St., on Sept. 18. He was taken into custody on Wednesday and charged.
According to a Monday community alert from the Chicago Police Department, another student felt someone touch her buttocks at 10 p.m. on September 6th. She turned around and saw the offender riding away on a bicycle. Similar incidents were reported by two other women, which occurred late in the evening of Sept. 6th and on the morning of Sept. 7.
Aflaki is schedule to appear in bond court on Friday.