Man, 21, Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Poll Worker On Election Day
A Milwaukee man is now charged with grabbing women off the street and sexually assaulting them.
Jonathan Brown, 21, is facing six counts in connection with three attacks that allegedly happened earlier this month. One victim told police she was assaulted on Election Day while she was on her way to work the polls, according to the criminal complaint. Another woman told police she was attacked after stopping to pick up a birthday card and roses for her mother on the North side.
All three told police that Brown grabbed them and then threatened to kill them if they didn't have sex with him.
The criminal complaint also says Brown admitted to these assaults, and told police he wanted to hurt these women because he is angry about his mother dying over 15 years ago.
Brown is being held on $500,000 bond. He is expected to appear in court for his first hearing next Monday afternoon.