Super Guilty Of Sexual Harassment
A Rockaway man, who reportedly still serves as the super for the apartment building in which he lives, has been found guilty in a bench trial in connection with charges of assaulting three young girls over a several-month period in May of 2008.
In a decision released last Friday, Criminal Court Judge Charles LoPresto found Carlos Flores, 51, of 133 Beach 120 Street, guilty of three counts of harassment and three counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, but acquitted him of the more serious charges of sexual abuse.
The original court papers charged that Flores abused the three girls, two of whom were under the age of 14 and another under the age of 17, in violation of state law.
All three assaults, which allegedly took place in his apartment between March 24 and May 4 in 2008, included Flores touching the young girls and attempting to fondle both of the underage girls.
Flores was immediately sentenced to a 16-week program for sexual offenders, according to the office of Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.
If he successfully completes the program, he faces no jail time, a source said, adding that Flores will not have to register as a sex offender because he was acquitted on the top charges.