Police arrest suspected serial groper in Brooklyn who molested six women within nearly an hour

An alleged serial groper in Brooklyn was arrested Saturday and charged with molesting eight women — including six attacked in a little more than a single hour.

Accused binge-groper Kevin Jenkins, 26, of Bedford-Stuyvesant, was arrested Saturday in the attacks on the victims, who ranged in age from 16 to 40.

While police reported none of the women were seriously harmed, he threw two of his victims to the ground during his attacks, according to police.

Six of the women were attacked on Thursday, May 7, between 9:55 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.,cops said.

In one incident near Myrtle and Bedford avenues, he allegedly grabbed the private parts of a 21-year-old woman through her clothes before fleeing.

Seven minutes later, cops said Spencer came across a 16-year-old girl near the corner of Spencer Street and Willoughby Avenue.

He’s accused approaching her from behind, throwing her to the ground and pressing her face against his private parts before taking off.

The assault spree continued in Brooklyn through the late morning.

Cops believe Jenkin’s attacks began April 28, when he allegedly grabbed the butt of a 28-year-old woman on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill just before 4 p.m.

A few days later on May 1, Jenkins groped a 40-year-old woman on Fort Greene Place in Fort Greene, said police.

Jenkins faces multiple charges for sexual abuse and forcible touching.

,*story by New York Post