STAMFORD, Conn. -- A maintenance worker at a Stamford hotel was arrested after talking his way into a guest's room and attacking her, according to ctnews.com.
Carlos Oyola-Bandera, 35, entered the woman's room by saying "required repairs" were needed, the article said. He then entered the room and took out a bottle of liquor and two glasses, ctnews.com reported.
Oyola-Bandera then tried to force himself on the guest, who broke free and got away, ctnews.com said. Police found the suspect asleep in the guest's room, ctnews.com said.
Oyola-Bandera was charged with attempted rape, unlawful restraint, criminal trespass, fourth-degree sexual assault and breach of peace, according to ctnews.com.
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