‘Afraid of me?’ Mass. man charged with child kidnapping in church bathroom incident
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‘Afraid of me?’ Mass. man charged with child kidnapping in church bathroom incident

A Massachusetts man was charged with child kidnapping Monday after a weekend incident in a church bathroom with two young girls, according to police.Michael Gadomski, 61, of Stow, was charged with two counts of kidnapping of a child, assault and disorderly conduct. He was arraigned Monday in Marlborough District Court.Hudson police said at about 12:30 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to the Seventh Day Adventist Church on Marlboro Street for an incident involving a man and two girls. Police said the man, later identified as Gadomski, followed the girls into the bathroom and prevented them from leaving.”He said they were laughing and playing, so he decided to join them by chasing them into the bathroom,” according to the police report. “He did not seem to think his actions were unwanted and said he just wanted to play with them.”According to the police report, the girls told officers, “they both huddled together between the wall and sink, and he said, ‘Are you afraid of me?’ and, ‘Are you trying to run away from me?'” The girls, who are sisters aged 8 and 11, said they were scared he was laughing while trying to hug them “like an animal,” according to the police report. “We were both smushed up next to a corner sink while he was trying to physically hug us,” the 11-year-old girl told NewsCenter 5 reporter John Atwater.According to the police report, one of the girls was able to get around Gadomski and get out of the bathroom.”He was kind of blocking the door,” the 8-year-old told Atwater. “I couldn’t get out, so I elbowed him.”The girls then told adults at the church about what happened and police were notified, according to the police report.Witnesses reported seeing one of the girls run out of the bathroom, followed by Gadomski, who said something along the lines of, “Boy, she’s quick.”Gadomski told police he did nothing wrong and was taken into custody without incident.”It’s so important to say something. I commend those girls to leave that bathroom and tell a parent what happened. Without that information, this investigation wouldn’t take place,” said Hudson police Chief Richard DiPersio.In the report, police detailed two other incidents they learned of involving Gadomski and the same girls. On Feb. 10, a church video shows Gadomski sitting next to the girls with his arms across the back of the pew behind them when there were “many pews open where he could sit.” Officers were told of another incident where Gadomski tried to sit with the children in specially designated pews during a children’s sermon. The girls were not harmed.

A Massachusetts man was charged with child kidnapping Monday after a weekend incident in a church bathroom with two young girls, according to police.

Michael Gadomski, 61, of Stow, was charged with two counts of kidnapping of a child, assault and disorderly conduct. He was arraigned Monday in Marlborough District Court.

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Hudson police said at about 12:30 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to the Seventh Day Adventist Church on Marlboro Street for an incident involving a man and two girls.

Police said the man, later identified as Gadomski, followed the girls into the bathroom and prevented them from leaving.

“He said they were laughing and playing, so he decided to join them by chasing them into the bathroom,” according to the police report. “He did not seem to think his actions were unwanted and said he just wanted to play with them.”

According to the police report, the girls told officers, “they both huddled together between the wall and sink, and he said, ‘Are you afraid of me?’ and, ‘Are you trying to run away from me?'”

The girls, who are sisters aged 8 and 11, said they were scared he was laughing while trying to hug them “like an animal,” according to the police report.

“We were both smushed up next to a corner sink while he was trying to physically hug us,” the 11-year-old girl told NewsCenter 5 reporter John Atwater.

According to the police report, one of the girls was able to get around Gadomski and get out of the bathroom.

“He was kind of blocking the door,” the 8-year-old told Atwater. “I couldn’t get out, so I elbowed him.”

The girls then told adults at the church about what happened and police were notified, according to the police report.

Witnesses reported seeing one of the girls run out of the bathroom, followed by Gadomski, who said something along the lines of, “Boy, she’s quick.”

Gadomski told police he did nothing wrong and was taken into custody without incident.

“It’s so important to say something. I commend those girls to leave that bathroom and tell a parent what happened. Without that information, this investigation wouldn’t take place,” said Hudson police Chief Richard DiPersio.

In the report, police detailed two other incidents they learned of involving Gadomski and the same girls.

On Feb. 10, a church video shows Gadomski sitting next to the girls with his arms across the back of the pew behind them when there were “many pews open where he could sit.” Officers were told of another incident where Gadomski tried to sit with the children in specially designated pews during a children’s sermon.

The girls were not harmed.

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