Alleged Aurora Abduction Man Accused of Kidnapping and Assaulting 11-year-old

Alleged Aurora Abduction: Man Accused of Kidnapping and Assaulting 11-year-old

A man from Aurora is accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl. The arrest document says that he took the girl into an apartment bedroom, blocked the door with a dumbbell, and touched her inappropriately. The girl was able to get out of the apartment and find someone to help her call 911 on Friday morning. Police in Aurora were told she was on her way to the bus stop when the man grabbed her.

After she got away and called 911, police searched the man’s home at Macon Street and East Colfax Avenue. They caught Shukurani Mulenda, who is 31 years old. The girl told cops that she saw the man, who she didn’t know or recognize, in the parking lot of a store and that he looked like he was drunk. The statement says that he grabbed her arm and asked her a question in a language other than English.

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The girl told cops that he pulled her through an alley and into a bedroom through the back door of an apartment building. He put a dumbbell in front of the door to stop it, then turned on music on a speaker and tried to take her clothes off. He then touched her, but she was able to push him away, move the dumbbell that was blocking the door, and get out of the flat.

The police found that Mulenda lived with his parents, who don’t speak English but speak Swahili. The document says that they told a translator that they didn’t know what was going on in the flat.

The next day, Mulenda told police that he hadn’t done anything wrong and hadn’t left the apartment. But, an affidavit says, security cameras from a nearby business caught him talking to the girl and taking her to his apartment.

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Mulenda was being held in the Arapahoe County jail on a $100,000 cash-only bond because he was suspected of a sexual attack on a child, among other charges. He is due back in court on Thursday.

He had been found guilty of a third-degree sexual attack in Adams County in 2020, but because it was a misdemeanor, he wasn’t on the state’s list of sex offenders. A spokesman for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation said that the registry only has names of people who have been convicted of crimes.

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