Good Samaritan helps cops ID suspected Park Slope groper

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A good Samaritan helped police nab a 34-year-old man suspected of groping four young girls and assaulting a police officer in Park Slope, the Daily News has learned.The 40-year-old Brooklyn resident spotted the groper early Wednesday, after remembering him from an assault on a police officer two days earlier.The man stopped the suspect and demanded to see his ID.The creep complied and the good Samaritan then took a photo of the ID and gave it to police, who tracked down the suspect at his home a short time later, sources said.Detectives were questioning the man, whose name was not immediately released, for the four sexual assaults as well as an attack on a detective with the NYPD’s Child Abuse Squad on Monday.Police said the man grabbed a an 11-year-old girl’s buttocks on Nov. 11 on Fourth St. near Sixth Ave.

Cops said this man assaulted a police officer on Monday after a detective with the NYPD’s Child Abuse squad tried to question

Investigators quickly linked the incident to three similar attacks in the neighborhood in September, sources said.The other victims were roughly the same age: 10, 12 and 14.In each assault, the suspect squeezed the girl’s behind before running off, sources said.None of the victims were injured.A detective with the NYPD’s Child Abuse squad saw the suspect moving from bus stop to bus stop near where one of the attacks took place and stopped to question him.The pervert wrestled with the detective and threw her to the ground near Ninth St. and Fifth Ave. at 3:40 p.m., leaving her with a dislocated shoulder, officials said

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