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Bike Bandit Busted Dequan Jacobs Shocking String of Indecent Assaults




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Dequan Jacobs, a 35-year-old resident of North 56th Street, has been charged with the indecent assaults of eight women. Philadelphia Police suspect there may be additional victims, Your Content has learned.

The charges come after a series of incidents where women reported being groped by a man on a bicycle. The Philadelphia Police Department has been actively investigating these reports, gathering evidence and surveillance footage.

Steve Keeley, tweeted, “CHARGED: Dequan Jacobs,35, of North 56th Street, charged with indecent assaults of 8 women so far. @PhillyPolice believe there may be more victims.”

In a surprising turn of events, as detectives were collecting surveillance video from the site of the most recent incident, the suspect, riding his bicycle, passed by them. Recognizing him from the footage, the officers promptly apprehended him.

The arrest of Dequan Jacobs marks a significant development in the case. However, with the possibility of more victims, the investigation continues.

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The Philadelphia Police Department urges anyone with additional information or who may have been a victim to come forward.

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