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Hebron Store Owner Found Not Guilty in Assault Case

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Kyung Won Lee Kyung Won Lee
HEBRON, Md.- A Hebron grocery store owner accused of groping a female employee late last year has been found not guilty of assault and related charges.

Fifty-one-year-old Kyung Won Lee had been charged by the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office with fourth-degree sex offense-sex contact, second-degree assault and intimidate/influence juror in connection with the alleged Nov. 10 incident. According to Sheriff's Office investigators, Lee was alleged to have touched the employee inappropriately and without her consent in the office area of his store, the Hebron Food Rite on 100 S. Main St.

Lee pleaded not guilty in Wicomico County District Court and on Tuesday was found not guilty on all three charges, according to the Maryland Judiciary Case Search.

Lee declined to comment on the court's verdict when WBOC contacted him by phone.







 
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