A Florida man is behind bars after allegedly preying on kids in a back-to-school aisle at a Walmart. Eric Wrobleski, 25, of Naples, was arrested Friday for lewd and lascivious molestation, according to news station WPLG. Authorities said that an 11-year-old girl told her mom that Wrobleski touched her butt while they were shopping for...
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