Queens Woman Stops Alleged Sexual Assaulter in Local Park

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Written By Lori Walker

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A 23-year-old woman in Queens, New York, saw a man accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl in a park. She recognized him from a police wanted poster. Angela Sauretti spotted Christian Geovanny Inga-Landi outside a deli near the park where the assault happened.

Sauretti and a friend saw Inga-Landi and confirmed his identity. She grabbed him and put him in a headlock when he tried to escape. Sauretti told him that he had assaulted a woman and now a woman was stopping him. Inga-Landi tried to explain himself, but Sauretti and others detained him.

About 10 other people also saw Inga-Landi and helped hold him down. They used a belt to tie his legs. Another woman, Isabel Caizado, kicked him and hit him with a shoe.

Sauretti called 911, and when police arrived, she told them Inga-Landi was the rapist. Inga-Landi tried to hide under a car, but police pulled him out.

Inga-Landi appeared in court and is facing multiple charges, including rape and kidnapping. If convicted, he could be sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.

Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz thanked the community for helping catch Inga-Landi. She also praised the bravery of the 13-year-old girls who identified him. Katz thanked everyone who provided tips to find Inga-Landi quickly.

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