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72-year-old tour bus driver faces criminal charges for allegedly sexually assaulting Erie County Olive Garden employee

Updated: May. 12, 2021 at 12:28 PM EDT
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ERIE COUNTY, Ohio (WOIO) - Perkins Township police charged a 72-year-old tour bus operator after he allegedly touched an Olive Garden employee and asked her to come back to his hotel room for money.

Vicente Lozano, of Milwaukee, Wis., is charged with soliciting, kidnapping and gross sexual imposition.

72-year-old tour bus operator
72-year-old tour bus operator((Source Erie County Sheriff))

Perkins Township police said Lozano drove his bus to the restaurant in the 5200 block of Milan Road around 8:30 p.m. on May 10.

The employee walked onto the bus to deliver his to-go order.

Lozano then allegedly offered money for her to go back to his hotel room and touched her while pulling her into a hug.

He then also allegedly gave her his business card and told her where he was staying.

The employee went back inside the restaurant and her supervisors called police.

Officers arrested Lozano at his hotel room.

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