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Toe-sucking lands Lincolnton man in jail

LINCOLNTON — Police have arrested a Lincolnton man and charged him with assault on a female after a woman said he sucked her toes at a Lincolnton Walmart, according to published reports.
The suspect was identified as Michael A. Brown of Concord, who has a previous record involving sex crimes. He was arrested Thursday night and charged with misdemeanor assault on a female.
The female victim told investigators that while she was at the store, Brown started a conversation with her, saying that he was a podiatrist student.
The woman told police Brown talked her into trying on several pair of shoes in the shoe department.
The victim said he took her foot, put it into his mouth and sucked on her toes, according to police.
Authorities said Brown is a registered sex offender who was convicted of attempted sexual assault in Cabarrus County in 2001.

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