Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., currently announced the sentencing of Paul Niles, 30, to 40 years in state jail and 20 years’ post-release organisation for raping and robbing a 26-year-old lady who was jogging in East River Park in Nov 2015. On Sep 12, 2017, the suspect was convicted by a New York State Supreme Court jury of the top depends in the complaint against him, including Rape in the First Degree, Robbery in the Second Degree, and Strangulation in the Second Degree.
“This was a brutal foreigner assault, and we praise the victim for her aplomb in bringing her assailant to justice, as good as the prosecutors and members of law coercion who worked tirelessly on this case,” pronounced District Attorney Vance. “According to a report on curtain safety, some-more than 40 percent of women have gifted nuisance while jogging. Female runners should be means to rivet in this activity but fear of being threatened, sexually assaulted, or worse.”
As proven at trial, at approximately 7:30 p.m. on Nov 25, 2015, Niles pounded a 26-year-old lady as she was jogging in East River Park and forced the victim to pierce to a opposite area of the park, where the suspect sexually assaulted her. Following the attack, Niles took the victim’s phone and credit card, which he after used at a quick food plcae in Brooklyn.