In early 2014, Dale Green, a 46-year-old African-American man, rescued a 19-year-old woman from a violent sexual predator in Harlem in New York City. He heard the woman screaming outside his apartment. Mr. Green said, “I kept hearing, ‘Please no! God no! F***ing no! Don’t do this! Don’t do this!’ I had been watching the Olympics. I thought it was a lovers’ quarrel, a squabble outside, but they didn’t pass by,” so he looked out the window. He said, “I saw this guy pick this Asian girl up and put her on the ground between two cars. I can’t believe somebody tried to rape somebody in that spot. It’s right out in the open. She was saying, ‘No, no, take my keys.’ It seemed like he was trying to hit her really hard, so I started dialing 911.” While on the phone, he opened the window and asked the woman, “Are you OK?” She shouted, “No! He’s trying to rape me!” Mr. Green ran to her while giving the 911 operator a description of the sexual predator. The suspect fled, and the woman ran to safety. A law enforcement source for The New York Post said, “He chased the perp right toward the police. His description of the suspect and his direction of travel, toward the Madison Avenue Bridge, is really what helped us get him.” The suspect was arrested and charged with attempted rape.
For More Information: Kirstan Conley, “Harlem man saves FIT student from attempted rape.” New York Post. 18 February 2014
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