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Thursday, December 31, 2009

On Christmas Day, Man Pretends to Be Cop Then Sexually Assaults Prostitute

Posted By on Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 3:23 PM

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Around noon on December 25, the SFPD got a call from a prostitute who said she was assaulted by a man who said he was a cop. She described the man -- a 5'7, 195-pound, balding African-American -- and the 1993 Isuzu Rodeo he was driving, which the cops soon learned was registered in Concord to a man named Munkei Kenton.

The SFPD notified Concord police, who located and detained Kenton while officers from the SFPD drove out to make the arrest. Kenton can now be found at San Francisco County Jail, where he's being held on sexual assault charges, false imprisonment, and misrepresenting oneself as a police officer. The victim was treated for injuries and released. Police are seeking other potential victims of Munkei and urge them to call the Sexual Assault Detail at 553-1361.

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