Hennawi Salem was arrested yet again Monday at his keep, Salem Household furniture, found at 120 Porter Road in Bridgeport.
Users of the Special Victims Unit took him into custody on an arrest warrant for third- and fourth-degree sexual assault and two counts of disorderly perform.
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The bond for this warrant was established by the court at $100,000.
Salem is accused of luring the two female customers, in different incidents, to the basement of his furniture retailer.
Once in the basement, they were asked to lay down and test a mattress.
According to the expenses, they ended up then sexually assaulted by Salem.
Both of those victims said they resolved to make a law enforcement report since they noticed Salem on the information and had related experiences.
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Salem was beforehand arrested on September 25, 2020, and once again on July 20, 2021, for third- and fourth-diploma sexual assault, illegal restraint, and threat of injuries to a child.
Those arrests had been designed just after four woman victims designed comparable accusations against Salem.
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