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Protests Light Rap for Attacker HA Caretaker Foils Rape, Urges Upgraded Security

Posted: Friday, July 27, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 12:30 pm, Tue Jul 31, 2012.

A Caretaker who fought off an attempted rape at a Housing Authority project in Queens said that increased security at more-dangerous projects could help prevent future assaults.

Lasheyi Carrington, who works at the South Jamaica Houses, while walking down her building steps for an inspection was attacked July 17 by a non-resident who was naked from the waist down.

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