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Student from South Korea crawls in New Jersey woman’s bed and asks to stay for the night

By Mason White 3:01 PM July 3, 2017
Sungjae Song
Sungjae Song
By: Mason White

(Scroll down for video) A woman woke up in middle of the night to a stranger lying with her in bed, according to police in New Jersey.

The Palisades Park Police Department said that they have arrested 26-year-old Sungjae Song, after being accused of harassing and stalking multiple women over a period of several months.

Song has been charged with attempted aggravated criminal sexual contact, burglary, attempted burglary, trespassing and harassment.

He was booked into the Bergen County Jail, and he is being held without bail.

According to the police investigation, Song is a student from South Korea, and was living in Palisades Park. Over a period of several months, Song sexually harassed multiple women.

In one incident, Song broke into a home in middle of the night, and climbed into the bed of a 40-year-old woman. When the woman woke up, he asked her whether he could spend the rest of the night with her in bed.

The woman screamed and Song fled. A second woman told police that Song followed her on the street. He later knocked on the door of her home and made sexual comments.

A third woman told police that Song followed her on the street and then stood outside her home for a period of time. A fourth woman told police that while she was walking her dog, Song approached her and grabbed her arm.

He then asked her to come with him and made sexual comments.