Cross-dresser caught in victim's apartment

NEW YORK, Sept. 28 (UPI) -- A resident of a New York luxury loft building says she caught a cross-dressing employee of the building red-handed as her went through her intimate apparel.

Kelly Dooley, 28, said she stepped off a private elevator in her apartment Friday to find Hector Solano, 25, half undressed and crouching over one of her thong bodysuits, the New York Post reported.


"I opened the [bathroom] door, and Hector is crouching down with his boxer-briefs on and a white Hanes crewneck shirt, and he's pulling up his cargo shorts," Dooley said.

"I'm like, 'Who the f - -k are you? What are you doing in my f - -king apartment?' I went absolutely AWOL on this guy. I knew he looked familiar to me, but I didn't know how I knew him. He acted like he was afraid of me. His hands are up, and he's begging me, 'Please don't tell,'" Dooley said.

"I made him come with me. I'm basically dragging him out of the apartment.

"He pushed me against the wall [in the hallway]. He ran down a stairwell. I just kept going."

Dooley said she described Solano to the doorman, who identified Solano as the building's porter.


Police found Solano frightened in the basement.

Solano was charged with sexually motivated burglary and released after posting $5,000 bond.

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