ROCHESTER, NY (WIVB) - A Rochester man accused of fondling and smelling children’s feet in public libraries has been convicted by a Monroe County jury.
Anthony Perri, 51, was arrested last summer following complaints that he removed the shoes of three young girls in the Penfield and Pittsford public libraries. Perri was accused of fondling, kissing and smelling the childrens’ feet.
Perri was convicted after a three-day trial. He was found guilty of three counts of first degree sex abuse and three counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
He faces between 2 to 7 years and 3 to 10 years in prison for each conviction. Perri is due to be sentenced on Dec. 5
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