Bensalem Pennsylvania Manager Arrested for Indecent Assault

Clearly, some young women who worked at Popeye’s Chicken may be in need of a Sexual Assault Attorney in Philadelphia. A former manager at a Pennsylvania fast food restaurant was arrested this week on indecent assault charges. Eduardo Tomasek, who worked as manager of the Popeye’s Chicken on Street Road in Bensalem has been accused of fondling at least three female employees while they were working at the restaurant. All of Tomasek’s alleged assault victims are minors.

Fifty year old Eduardo Tomasek currently of Knights Road in Bensalem was once a Florida resident. He was arrested by police on Monday afternoon just after beginning his daily shift at the restaurant. A two-month investigation was conducted by authorities leading up to Monday’s arrest and was called on after allegations that Tomasek fondled and touched three employees ages 15-16 inappropriately. Tomasek was also accused of offering the minors money and gifts. According to Edith Pearce, an experienced Philadelphia Sexual Harassment Lawyer, a civil lawsuit for money damages against Popeye’s may follow.

He is now being charged with indecent assault, unlawful contact with minors, corrupting the morals of minors, and other related offenses according to police and is being held in Bucks County jail on $250,000 bail with a 10 percent option. Although Police have stated that Tomasek was listed on Florida’s Megan’s Law registry while he was a resident there, he was still allowed to work with the minors after moving to Pennsylvania.

Perpetrators of indecent assault, especially those who have committed crimes against minors, must be met with strict justice. A Philadelphia injury lawyer will ensure that victims have their cases heard as soon as possible. Victims of indecent assault often have special needs after going through these types of incidents. A Philadelphia injury lawyer will ensure that victims and their families get the compensation they may be entitled to that those medical and emotional needs are met.