Man accused of holding woman captive and brutally raping her for 6 hours before she jumped off 2nd-floor balcony is arrested
The man responsible for holding a woman captive and raping her for more than six hours in a New York apartment has now been arrested about 3,000 miles away in Washington State.
53-year-old Michael Hosang was apprehended on Thursday and is remanded in custody until he's extradited back to New York, Daily Mail reports.
The report states that, on May 30, Hosang allegedly brutally raped a 29-year-old repeatedly between 6 am and noon at an apartment near 224th Street and 130 Avenue in Queens.
Furthermore, Hosang is also accused of causing at least one fracture to the woman's face after he allegedly punched her multiple times.
Meanwhile, the woman jumped from a second-story balcony to escape the harrowing ordeal before dialing 911.
Upon her escape, Hosang reportedly fled from the residence in his Chevrolet truck.
Authorities realized the attacker had vanished and finally traced him to a Bellingham hotel Thursday and arrested him.
The news of his horrifying abuse resulted in other women coming forward to the police claiming to have been attacked in similar fashion by the strip club manager.
Hosang's Facebook profile lists him as a manager at Vivid Cabaret Club near Times Square. He is also a manager at Hoops adult entertainment club and had a similar job at Sapphire, another adult establishment.
His Facebook also contains multiple references to trapping "birds."
One of the posts features pictures of jewelry, clothes, and money laid out on a bed, alongside the caption: "Which lucky bird shall be plucked from the bushes and sacrifice to 'Toucan Sam' tonight. The trap has been set. Birds seed money to the left of the dollar and pocket change for Dominican Republic."
His friends apparently referred to him as a "pimp" in photos of him with several women and bottles of champagne.
Nonetheless, court documents show Hosang now faces charges of first-degree aggravated sexual abuse, first-degree criminal sexual acts, first-degree rape, and criminal obstruction of breathing.
Anyone with information in regard to this incident is requested to contact the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).
Alternatively, they can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, on Twitter @NYPDTips.