Massage therapist accused of assault

August 30, 2013 

Unwanted touching

The York County Sherriff’s Office is looking for a massage therapist they want to question in connection with an assault allegation.

A Fort Mill woman filed a complaint Sunday alleging that the therapist touched her inappropriately during a massage at the Fort Mill spa where he works, according to a sheriff’s office report.

The report, dated Wednesday, states that the woman, 45, complained that during the massage the therapist licked her thigh.

“[The alleged victim] stated she was startled and [the therapist] asked her if that was OK, to which she replied ‘no,’” the report states.

Deputies are investigating but as of Wednesday they were unable to locate the suspect, according to the report.

Indecent exposure

A Fort Mill woman filed a report with the sheriff’s office claiming that a man flashed her in Baxter Village.

The woman told deputies that she and her daughter were attending a concert when they saw a man walking two puppies. When she leaned down to pet the puppies the man allegedly exposed himself she said, according to the report.

A suspect was identified and questioned by a deputy but the suspect was not arrested or charged.

Compiled by Michael Harrison

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