Hebron Business Owner Behind Bars On Sex Offense Charge - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Hebron Business Owner Behind Bars On Sex Offense Charge

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50-year-old Kyung Won Lee, of Hebron 50-year-old Kyung Won Lee, of Hebron

HEBRON, Md. - Police say they arrested a Hebron business man, after he allegedly sexually assaulted an employee.

The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says on Tuesday, a Deputy reported to 100 S. Main Street in Hebron, after a female employee of the business was inappropriately groped without her consent in the office area of the Hebron Food Rite, by 50-year-old Kyung Won Lee, the owner of the store. Police say during the investigation, it was discovered that Lee had tried to give to victim cash, to attempt to make amends.

Lee was arrested, and charged with 4th degree sex offense, 2nd degree assault, and influence an juror/witness. He is being held at the Detention Center on $15,000 bond.

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