The chief sexual assault prevention officer of the Air Force was recently arrested after a complaint was filed stating that he had groped a woman.
Sexual battery was filed against Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski, 41, on May 5 after a woman called police when he tried to grope her numerous times. Initially, Krusinski allegedly grabbed her breast and buttocks, before attempting to inappropriately touch her again. The woman fought him off his second attempt and then called the police.
Air Force spokesman Col. John Dorrian said Krusinski has been relieved of his position for the time being and while the investigation is underway. Chief of the Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response branch at the Pentagon, Lt. Col. Krusinski, who took his post just last February, could not be reached for comment.
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