NYPD Sergeant Ran Away Like a Naughty Child After Flinging Semen on Female Co-Worker


The former NYPD sergeant accused of throwing his semen on a female aide at police headquarters behaved like a playground pervert as the stunned victim realized what he’d done, prosecutors argued Tuesday.

Michael Iscenko’s victim “felt a cold and wet something fall onto her left calf” and when she turned around she saw him “darting away like a child who didn’t want to get in trouble for doing a bad deed,” Assistant District Attorney Emily Ching argued in her opening statement at Iscenko’s sex abuse trial in Manhattan Supreme Court.

Ching said Iscenko’s DNA was found on the 61-year-old victim’s shoe. Investigators determined the substance thrown at her at One Police Plaza on Jan. 23, 2015, was semen, prosecutors said.

The ADA said Iscenko had previously commented on the victim’s appearance, saying “that he preferred when she wore skirts.”

When he threw the bodily fluid at her, “he demonstrated that he was gratifying his own sexual desire,” Ching told jurors.

Iscenko’s lawyer Michael Horn told the jury that the biological evidence in the case did not prove it was semen that was thrown.

He did not dispute that there was an encounter between the two longtime NYPD employees.

“You will hear the experts disagree about whether the material was semen or saliva,” he argued.

Iscenko, who was fired after the ordeal, is charged with third-degree sex abuse, a misdemeanor that carries up to six months behind bars.

Source: http://www.nydailynews.com

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