Woman pleads not guilty to sodomy of unconscious man

Sarah Mullins (Source: Nycea Patterson, WAVE 3 News)
Sarah Mullins (Source: Nycea Patterson, WAVE 3 News)
Updated: Aug. 9, 2018 at 12:09 PM EDT
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A woman has been arraigned on sodomy and criminal trespassing charges after she was found inside a car allegedly taking advantage of an unconscious man.

Sarah Mullins, 59, of Louisville was arrested Aug. 8 on charges of sodomy and criminal trespassing.

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The arrest report says around 4 a.m. in the 400 block of Baxter Avenue, Mullins got into the car of the victim while he was passed out and began touching him inappropriately. A witness who came out of a business saw Mullins on top of the passed out man and pulled her off.

According to the report, Mullins was asked to leave multiple times by the manager of the business but refused.

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A not guilty plea was entered by Mullins' attorney for his client, but the judge denied a request that she be released on home incarceration and raised her bond to $5,000 cash.

Mullins will be back in court Aug. 20.

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