ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A criminal sexual conduct charge has been filed against a man accused of pulling down the pants of a woman sleeping on a light rail train heading into downtown St. Paul.
Authorities allege a 39-year-old woman on the train awoke on March 10 to find 70-year-old Kenneth Logans pulling down her pants and underwear.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports an acquaintance of the woman took a photo of Logan and gave it to police, who used it to identify him. Authorities also have surveillance video footage from the train.
Court documents don't list an attorney for Logans. A home telephone listing couldn't be found.
- Minnesota man accused of pulling down pants of sleeping woman on train
- Minnesota paper pulls obit that detailed woman's affair
- Minnesota pulls away from Rutgers, 88-70
- Autism, sleep apnea now qualify for medical marijuana in Minnesota
- Man accused of hiding marijuana in his pants pleads not guilty
- Man suspected of DWI found without pants after rolling vehicle
- Sleep Linked to Memory Troubles
- Hearing scheduled for Minnesota woman accused of Florida murder
- Woman's body pulled from Webster county pond
- Authorities say Iowa mom pulled son into path of train