Police: Syosset man groped woman at state park

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Suffolk County police say they arrested a Syosset man for inappropriately touching a woman in Cold Spring Harbor State Park.

Police say a woman walking a trail in the park was approached and touched by Fengchu Zhou, 68, around 10:40 a.m. They say he was arrested a short time later on Lawrence Hill Road.

Zhou was charged with third-degree sexual abuse. He was issued an a desk appearance ticket and is due in Central Islip court in July.

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