Washington, DC, man commits 4 sexual assaults in 50-minute span: police

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Police in Washington, D.C., arrested a man on Wednesday who they say committed four sexual assaults in the span of less than an hour.

Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Sexual Assault Unit said in a press release that they arrested 26-year-old Elliot Johnson – a man who is presumably homeless after police said he has “no fixed address” – on Wednesday morning near the Georgetown University campus after he allegedly committed four sexual assaults.

According to the press release, Johnson “engaged in unwanted sexual contact” with a female at 9:11 a.m. in the 2400 block of Virginia Avenue, Northwest, which is near the George Washington University campus.

At approximately 9:30 a.m, Johnson is said to have committed the same crime in the 1300 block of 35th Street, Northwest, near the Georgetown University campus.

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A Metropolitan Police Department police cruiser blocks a street leading to the White House on Election Day.

A Metropolitan Police Department police cruiser blocks a street leading to the White House on Election Day. (iStock)

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Roughly 15 minutes after that, at 9:45 a.m. and 9:50 a.m., Johnson allegedly committed two more sexual assaults at the intersection of 35th and N Streets, Northwest, which is also near the Georgetown University campus.

“A Georgetown University Police Officer observed the suspect assault one of the victims and stopped the suspect,” the press release said.

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Intersection of 35th and N Streets, Northwest.

Intersection of 35th and N Streets, Northwest. (Google Maps)

Johnson was arrested and charged with four counts of misdemeanor sexual abuse.

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