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‘I needed to act’: St. Pete bar manager rescues woman during sexual assault




C. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The latest staff researchers are praising the popular St. Pete bar from rescuing a woman who was sexually assaulted in the restroom.

According to the police St. Petersburg, Jarrod Kennedy Matchett lured the victim to a female dog in the bathroom Bar St. Pete Sunday afternoon.

Investigators said the man and the woman she had met on the bars, hopping between us.

“He went into a restroom,” said Iolanda Fernandez, St. Pete Hot. “At that point, things have changed.”

It is learned ABC News, the victim used his cell phone to send an urgent and violent attack, was cited before the bar’s Facebook page while.

At the Dog bar shared management message It ABC News, which reads in part, “Help me, please call the police.”

“When the word first time I saw it, I really do not think they think about what they stopped to go to the” Marble live carrots said. “I just felt like I needed to. ”

Lorem believed the marble floor to the restroom, churning through the door.

Marble is the first victim recovered to it a little safe space and called the police.

“Did wounded from the event, however,” said Marble. “I think it’s going to take a little while for me to leave.”

According to the police report, the victim said, “I give you permission.” And it was told the leaders of the attack, and, indeed, it is the attempt, and I will not be afraid of the degree of fear of the Matchett is made from aggression.

The latest Matchett caught with sexual battery charging. Matchett be extensively used in the Pinellas County has a criminal history, nothing but that which is by nature, is strong.

Vlad Cruz, a lorem bar, says that after the attack, and spotted Matchett was walking behind him until the police arrived to Central Avenue.

“I was able to follow him down the street a bit like the eyes do not disappear anyway,” said Cruz.

A staff that will give the credit for the swift actions lorem Sunday.

“I hope more people the opportunity to take action to talk about,” said Cruz.