Police in Arizona have arrested a suspect in a sexual assault on an Arizona Realtor in March.
A real estate agent in Gilbert, Arizona was attacked in March and groped during an open house on March 12 after the suspect walked in and claimed to be a prospective homebuyer.
After groping her, he took her business cards and fliers and walked out.
Now, police think they have their man.
For over a month, Gilbert Police have been searching for the suspect in the groping incident. Now they have 47-year-old Michael Workman in custody and have charged him with kidnapping and sexual abuse charges.
FOX 10 sat down with the victim last month; she did not want to be identified, but she wanted to share her story.
"He said he was from Canada and owned a few properties... he had gotten a job in the State of Arizona and said he was going to be working in Chandler and he needed to close on a house quick," said the victim.
She said she was showing a house in the Gardens subdivision in Gilbert. Her attacker asked her if she was alone, and if she had recently had a pedicure. Then, she says he fondled her.
"He had me completely pressed against the wall, he had god awful breath, I couldn't stop staring at his skin, it was so close to me and disgusting... he just walked away like no big deal, no rush to get out of there, he just took off," she said.
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