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Police: Suspected groper left trail of fast-food fries

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James R. Cowan Jr. James R. Cowan Jr.
LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police said they arrested a man who groped a fast-food restaurant worker after following a trail of curly fries and sauce to his motel room.

James Randolph Cowan Jr., 36, of Fitzgerald Ga., ordered food Wednesday from the Arby's at 2230 Lincoln Highway East, then reached into the drive-thru window and groped an employee as she handed him his order, according to East Lampeter Township police.

Employees reported that he appeared intoxicated, and that he drove away immediately after the incident, police said.

Responding officers found Cowan's green Toyota 4Runner at the nearby Travel Lodge motel and followed the trail of fries and sauce through the hallway to his room.

He was charged with indecent assault and released on $10,000 unsecured bail.

 

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