Man is arrested for the horrific attack of the California real estate agent who has been caught on camera
Alen Karaboghosian, 45, is booked at various costs, including attack with a deadly weapon
A man was associated with a violent attack on a real estate agent in Southern California at the weekend.
The LAPD says Alen Karaboghosian, 45, was taken into custody on Tuesday evening and is being booked at various costs, including mistreatment with a deadly weapon.
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The police eventually received more information to answer their questions after two more women came forward with disturbingly similar stories about a meeting with the man.
During the Sunday incident that took place in the Encino neighborhood, a 51-year-old woman was attacked and attacked in an attack that was all recorded on surveillance videos.
The woman hosted an open house when the man, posing as a potential client, pushed her to the ground before touching her breasts in the violent afternoon attack.
The woman, who asked to remember her name, said she recognized the man who attacked her because he had come to her open house last week and was acting strangely and improperly.
Karaboghosian was taken into custody by LAPD on Tuesday evening
The bail of Karaboghosian is set at $ 130,000. He may also be confronted with further charges that still have to be submitted
A female real estate agent showed a house in Encino, California, on Sunday afternoon when she said she was being attacked by the man posing as a potential buyer
After some talking outside the house, the man in the blue-white cap started shaking her hand as if he were about to leave
A number of other brokers have also shared stories about who they think is the same man, Alen Karaboghosian
The broker at the company with Keller Williams, who asked not to be mentioned or to show her face on TV, told it KTLA there was something about the man who made her wary, so she stayed outside the house with him in sight of a security camera.
After talking to the woman for a while, the man looked straight into the camera and smiled, then shook the broker's hand as if he were preparing to leave.
A second later he suddenly pushed her into the chest, causing the woman to fall backwards onto a lawn in the front yard.
In the video, the woman hears screams of fear as the attacker runs towards her, bends over and touches her breasts before she flees on foot.
Suddenly the man pushed the broker, causing her to fall back
& # 39; I started screaming before he even pushed me because I felt something was coming, & # 39; she told the station in an emotional interview.
The victim was left with bruises and scratches on her left knee and suffered emotional trauma.
She said that she was replaying the brutal attack in her head and that it still haunts her.
& # 39; I always see him. He is standing in front of him, & the woman said by sobs. & # 39; I didn't sleep last night. I can see his eyes. I see him looking at me. I can see how he is going to attack me. It's like a movie that plays and plays and plays, and I can't stop it. & # 39;
The victim said she plans to return to work, but from now on she will only show houses with a male colleague.
The suspect has been seen nearby by other real estate agents and may be a resident of Encino.
An agent who asked to remain anonymous told it NBC Los Angeles that she recognized him after watching the video and seeing his hat off.
During an open house last June, the man started asking the agent personal questions.
Security video shows how the suspect approaches the woman as she shouts on the floor
The man reportedly touched the woman's breasts before he fled on foot
The victim got bruises and scratches on her knee during the attack, the memory of which she says is still haunting her
The LAPD has found a 45-year-old man, presumably Alen Karaboghosian
The woman said she was worried when the man asked her to hug him after he had asked him to leave.
The officer said she pushed Karaboghosian away and grabbed her chest before he fled.
A week later the woman saw him cycling up and down in front of a house she showed.
The woman recorded a video of the suspicious behavior, but did not believe it was clear enough for the police to identify him, so she did not submit a police report.
& # 39; He scared me pretty much, & # 39; another agent said, not wanting to be identified CBS LA. & # 39; He left and came back to give me an orange. When he came back to give me the orange, he hugged me and then his hand went over my chest and it really drove me crazy. & # 39;
The bail of Karaboghosian is set at $ 130,000.
Anyone with more information can reach the Los Angeles police at 877-527-3247.
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