Man Accused of Raping Woman He Met on Tinder Pleads Guilty to Indecent Assault

Legal-scales-books-gavel-Image-1024x681[1]INDIANA CO., Pa. (EYT) – A Polk man accused of rape and related charges stemming from an alleged incident that occurred in White Township, Indiana County, has pleaded guilty to indecent assault.

Kaleb Joshua Glenn, 21, of Polk, recently pleaded guilty to Indecent Assault Without Consent of the Other, a second-degree misdemeanor.

Other charges were dismissed.

According to court records, on October 24, “it (was) ordered that (Glenn) shall submit to an assessment by the Sexual Offender Assessment Board under the provisions of Megan’s Law. Within ten days of receipt of the report, the District Attorney shall indicate to (Glenn) and the Court his intentions to prove that (Glenn) is a sexual predator.”

According to Pa. State Police in Indiana, the 20-year-old female victim and Glenn met online via a dating website called Tinder.

They arranged an in-person meeting at a home on Maple Street, in White Township, police say.

“The victim told police that the two engaged in ‘light physical contact,’ but when she refused sexual intercourse, he raped her,” police said.

Glenn will be sentenced at 8:30 a.m. on December 19 in the Indiana Court with President Judge William J. Martin presiding.


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