PHILADELPHIA (TUSEN) — The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has approved charges in two cases where a total of four women were assaulted in South Philadelphia. Malcolm White, of Brooklyn, New York, will be charged with aggravated assault, common assault, reckless endangerment and other related offenses for each of the victims.
Chilling surveillance video shows the first assault, which took place at 11.15pm on June 15. Three women were walking in the 1200 block of Morris Street when they were assaulted in an unprovoked attack.
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Police say one of the women was left with a broken nose and all three were badly bruised. They were treated at a South Philadelphia hospital.
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About 20 minutes later, in the 1900 block of S. 13th Street, a woman was allegedly assaulted while sitting on a front step.
White was arrested in Montgomery County last week in connection with a carjacking and assault. The district attorney’s office says it will contact Montgomery County authorities.
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At a press conference last Friday, Philadelphia police said White also fit the description of an attack in Roxborough on June 16 and that the Special Victims Unit had developed a probable enough cause to link him. to sexual assault. Charges were approved in this case.