Suspect Arrested for Groping College Students

Suspect Arrested for Groping College Students

Larry Davis booking photo

SACRAMENTO — Police arrested a Sacramento man on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, on suspicion of groping a number of women on a community college campus.

Larry Monte Davis, 37, of Sacramento, was arrested at Cosumnes River College after campus police spotted him following a female student. He became combative after officers approached him and was taken into custody and booked into Sacramento County Jail. Davis is not a student at the college.

According to police reports, Davis has numerous prior charges that include sexual battery in the Los Angeles area.

“It’s a relief to finally have this guy in custody,” said Los Rios Police Capt. Chris Day in a press release.

Police are also investigating several other reported gropings that took place over the past month on the Cosumnes campus. On April 20, at approximately 11:30 am, one incident involved a female student having her buttocks touched by a man while she was near the campus science building.

A similar incident happened two weeks later on May 4 on the east side of the same campus building. A man approached a woman after following her from the restroom, touched her buttocks and ran.

And on May 9, a man followed a woman to her parked car, touched her buttocks and then fled.

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