The father of the University of Connecticut student wanted in two murders was arrested last month for allegedly groping an underage teen girl he supplied booze to, a report said.
The alleged incident involving Robert Manfredonia, whose son Peter Manfredonia is still at large, occurred on April 10, the Connecticut Post reported, citing police.
The elder Manfredonia is accused of giving alcohol to two teen girls, then, when one of the girls left, he allegedly touched the other, according to an arrest warrant obtained by the paper.
One of the girls told authorities they also smoked weed, the report said.
Police charged the father, who’s free on $50,000 bond, with sexual assault, risk of injury to a minor and providing alcohol to a minor.
Robert Manfredonia declined to comment when reached by the paper.
His son, who was last seen Sunday in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, allegedly killed two men and seriously injured another in two separate attacks in Connecticut.
Peter Manfredonia’s family, through their attorney Michael Dolan, and authorities, have urged him to surrender.
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