Andrey Eryomenko recent booking photo, and from his 2014 arrest
On Wednesday, October 7th, Roseville Police arrested a man in connection with a sexual assault of a teen. According to a Roseville Police spokesperson, the assault occurred on July 16th. The teen had left her home after having an argument. As the teenager walked a few miles from her home, a man she did not know pulled over and asked her if she wanted a ride.
The girl accepted the ride and asked to be dropped off at a location in Roseville. But instead of taking the teen to the location she requested, the man drove her to a secluded parking lot and then sexually assaulted her. After the assault, the man drove away and left the teen in the parking lot.
After the incident, the victim went to a local emergency room for assistance. Roseville Police were dispatched to the hospital to investigate the assault, and DNA evidence was collected that linked a suspect to the assault. The man was identified as 28-year-old Andrey Eryomenko of Antelope.
He was arrested at his home without incident. He was booked into Placer County Jail on charges including forcible sexual penetration and oral copulation. Bail was set at $335,000.
Eryomenko had been arrested earlier this year, on January 13 for driving under the influence. He was also one of 28 people caught in a Sacramento Sheriff’s department prostitution sting conducted along Watt Avenue in June of 2014. He was picked up near the corner of Watt and Winona Way and charged with solicitation of prostitution, along with a parole violation. He had been arrested several years earlier, in May of 2008, and charged with vehicle robbery, making criminal threats, and driving with a license suspended for reckless driving.