Massapequa Man Accused Of Touching Teenage Girls’ Feet

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Nassau County police have arrested a man accused of going up to teenage girls and either touching or asking to touch their feet.

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Carlos Sanchez, 28, of Massapequa, is expected to be arraigned Friday on two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

Police said on Monday, Sanchez started talking to two girls, ages 16 and 17, who were on the swings in Farmingdale’s Lincoln Park.

Police said he then began to touch the 16-year-old’s feet and held onto her when she tried to pull away.

The girl was eventually able to free herself.

carlossanchez Massapequa Man Accused Of Touching Teenage Girls Feet

Carlos Sanchez (credit: Nassau County Police Department)

Police allege on Jan. 24, Sanchez approached three teenage girls who were walking home from school in Farmingdale and reached down, took off one of the victim’s shoes, looked at it and put it back on her foot.

Police said Sanchez fled in a car after asking the girls if they would like a foot massage.

Police said one of the victim’s snapped a picture of Sanchez with her cell phone camera which helped lead to his arrest.


One Comment

  1. DWPittelli says:

    This is so sad. And unnecessary. All he had to do was open a business offering foot massages. He could have supported himself and stayed out of trouble. And probably he’d even have gotten a few teenage clients. Certainly more, in time, than he’s likely ever to get with his current M.O.

  2. Subaqua Noma IV says:

    This is a life lesson for everyone. Can you really trust anyone named Sanchez?

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