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According to prosecutors, a 30-year-old New York man has been sentenced to two years in prison by a federal judge in New Jersey for groping a woman during a flight from Denver to New Jersey.
Ryan Manuella, as per the criminal complaint, was a passenger on United Airlines flight 1729 traveling from Denver, Colorado, to Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey on April 16, 2021. During the course of the flight, Manuella repeatedly changed his seat and eventually sat in the seat of a man who had gone to the restroom. Allegedly, he went through the man’s bag and took a pair of sunglasses. When the man returned and asked him to vacate his seat, Manuella moved to the middle seat, which was unoccupied.
While on a flight, a woman was occupying the window seat when she was allegedly touched on the groin and inner thigh by Manuella. The woman responded quickly by telling Manuella to move away from her in a loud voice, standing up from her seat, and alerting a flight attendant for assistance.
In 2021, Ryan Manuella was convicted for groping a woman on a United Airlines flight from Denver to Newark, New Jersey. As a result, he was sentenced to two years in federal prison. The picture accompanying this text shows Ryan Manuella being taken into custody by the Douglas County, Nevada Sheriff’s Office.
According to FBI agents, the victim was observed by a flight attendant as visibly distraught, crying and shaking.
During the flight, Manuella was relocated to a different seat. After landing, he was apprehended by the police. When questioned by FBI agents, he supposedly confessed to rummaging through the man’s bag and inappropriately touching the woman without her consent. As per the accusation, he stated that he did so with the intention of sexually arousing himself.
Last month, Manuella pleaded guilty to being charged with assault while on an airplane with the intent to commit another felony, specifically stalking. As a result, he will serve a prison sentence and will be on probation for three years once he completes his sentence.
The case was prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of New Jersey.
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A man who was accused of roaming from seat to seat on a plane, rummaging through a fellow passenger’s bag, and groping a woman has been sentenced to prison. This news was reported on Law & Crime.
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