US Police Looking For Kenyan Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Disabled Woman & Filming The Act


American police have issued a warrant of arrest for a Kenyan man who has reportedly been on the run since November 27, 2020 after he allegedly sexually assaulted a disabled woman.

The man who has been identified as Brian Njeri is a graduate of Leicester High School and was working as a caregiver at an autism home known as ARCHway where the incident is believed to have happened.

According to police reports, Njeri published the video for people to watch and a witness brought the matter to their attention in November 2020 after revealing that she came across the videos on the suspect’s phone.

Police who since launched investigations over this case further stated that the suspect might have sensed he was in trouble after his job contract was terminated and this possibly explains his disappearance.

The victim’s lawyer Wendy Murphy questioned how the suspect managed to leave US as she expressed concern on the danger he poses to other defenseless people.

“Under no circumstances should this guy have been allowed to leave the country. It’s beyond my comprehension to even understand how this happened. He can do this again and again and again to similarly defenseless people,” she said.

The lawyer is convinced that the video is enough evidence to have the suspect charged.

The suspect is also facing another accusation in a 2013 incident where he reportedly touched a minor inappropriately.