A man accused of restraining a woman and rubbing up against her on the campus of Portland State University has been arrested in Seattle.
The victim said it happened at 12:50 p.m. on the north side of the Engineering Building on Southwest Fourth Avenue on Feb. 25. The woman said a man restrained her while he made sexually suggestive comments and rubbed against her.
In the weeks following the alleged attack, officers developed probable cause to arrest Timothy Webster on third-degree sex abuse charges in connection with the incident.
This week, Webster was arrested in Seattle.
FOX 12 is gathering more information on what led up to his arrest and will update this story when more details become available.
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