Greenwich Police announced the arrest of a Greenwich man for Sexual Assault 2nd degree (4 counts), Sexual Assault 4th degree (1 count), and Illegal Sexual Contact with Victim under 16 (5 counts) after an investigation that began on July 28.
On that date police received a complaint of a past sexual assault of a child under 16.
“A mother reported to Greenwich Police that her child was subjected to inappropriate sexual contact on five difference incidents,” police said in a release Monday, adding that the incidents started in December 2019.
The victim was interviewed by forensics and disclosed the incidents. Investigators were able to locate and seize evidence corroborating the victim’s account.
Support and medical attention were provided to the victim and her family.
On July 31, detectives with Greenwich Police Special Victims Section applied for an arrest warrant which was signed with a court set bond of $200,000.
Police went to the home of the suspect, Carlos Omar Corado-Juarez, 26, of 251 Mill Street Apt 3, and arrested hm with no incident. He was unable to post court set bond and has a date in Stamford Superior Court on Aug 3, 2020.
Police say that due to the sensitive nature of the investigation, the arrest warrant has been sealed and no further details will be released at this time.
Police say anyone who believes they were the victim of a sexual assault in Greenwich or has any information concerning this investigation should contact the Special Victims Section at (203) 622-8030.
Victims of sexual assault may also contact the Rowan Center (formerly The Center for Sexual Crisis Counseling and Education) at (203) 329-2929.