MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Officials have arrested the former Five Guys and McDonald’s fast food manager accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting employees. U.S. Marshals have arrested Darnell Penn, of Philadelphia, Georgia, and he will be extradited to Montgomery County in days, a bail bailee told CBS3.
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Penn was placed on the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office’s most wanted list after skipping a court date earlier this month.
He is accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting two teenage employees in Montgomery County.
Police say he worked at a Five Guys restaurant in Plymouth Township, where he created a hellish working environment for some employees.
“He used his position of authority over teenage girls to get them to do things with him,” said the Plymouth Township Detective Sergeant. said Tom Longo.
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Penn faces charges of rape and kidnapping, as well as a recent court date. He is also accused of sexually assaulting a girl at a McDonald’s in Devon, Chester County.
“We would like to see him get off the streets because he has a pattern of this abuse and it will continue if he stays free. He will find other victims,” Longo said.
Penn was arrested on some of those charges, but was released on $100,000 bail.
When he failed to show up at a recent court date, the bail bondsman had to pay that money into court.
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