UPDATE: Police say attempted rape suspect assaulted a woman after she refused to give him money


UPDATE (9/5 9:55 a.m.) — Mobile Police are releasing more details about Wednesday’s sexual assault. It happened at the McDonald’s on Government Street.

The victim told police she was getting into her car when Vincent Scott entered the passenger side and asked for money. She told police when she refused that’s when Scott began assaulting her as he tried to pull her pants down and get on top of her. She yelled for help and people nearby came by to help.

Scott ran away as officers arrived on scene, but he was taken into custody shortly after. The victim was taken to the hospital for her injuries.

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Mobile police arrested a man for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman.

Wednesday morning, near McDonald’s in Downtown Mobile, a woman was discovered and able to give police information about being assaulted and sexually assaulted. Within moments Mobile Police took Vincent Scott into custody.

Police told News 5, in the process of taking Scott into custody, he was very combative and appeared to be under the influence.

Scott is facing 9 charges: public intoxication, 1st Degree Sexual Abuse, 3rd Degree Robbery, Failure to Obey, Public Lewdness, Assault 3rd degree, use/possession drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, and attempt – rape 1st degree.

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