WESTMINSTER, Colo. - It was anything but an ordinary Saturday at the Wal-Mart at 92nd and Sheridan.
Westminster Police confirm that on September 19th, a man "touched" a 10-year-old girl while she pushed her 2-year-old cousin in the toy department. According to the arrest affidavit, witnesses said the suspect then ran away after the little girl screamed.
She told officers a man came toward her, she turned her back to the shelves, and he reached around and then "squeezed her butt." She began to scream and ran away, looking for another adult.
The affidavit says one witness, Chris Bevin, saw the suspect, 34-year-old Kevin Salyers, run from the toy department. Bevin told investigating officers that he began to run after Salyers, and shouted "stop that man!" But no one was able to stop him.
That's when a man working at the Comcast table at the front of the store went into action. Even more amazing, the Comcast employee, 22-year-old Cameron Aulner was in a wheel chair. Aulner pulled in front of the suspect, and grabbed his t-shirt. Aulner says he wound up out of his wheel chair, and on top of the suspect who was on the ground.