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SALT LAKE CITY -- Salt Lake City police say a woman was attacked and sexually assaulted after asking her neighbor to quiet down.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports charges were filed on Monday. They indicate a woman at an apartment near 300 East and 100 South asked her neighbor to make less noise. Instead, the 31-year-old man allegedly followed her back to her apartment and refused to leave.
Police say the man tore off his clothes, pulled the woman on top of him, pinned her to the wall and reached under her clothing.
She finally pushed him out of her apartment.
He is now charged with sexual abuse, burglary and lewdness.