Hudson man guilty in 2 sexual assaults

A Hudson man has been found guilty of sexually assaulting two women.

Feisal Nzaro, 31, was convicted by a jury on Thursday of sexual abuse, attempted sexual abuse, criminal contempt and forcible touching after a three-day trial.

Police said Nzaro sexually assaulted two women in August and October 2021.

“The defendant used deceptive means to lull his victims into a false sense of security before assaulting one survivor and attempting to assault another survivor,” said Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney Ryan Carty, who prosecuted the case, in a news release. “I thank the survivors for their bravery, the good Samaritan who helped, and the members of the jury for their diligent service.”

The Hudson City Police Department investigated the incidents. Carty commended the hard work of the members of the Hudson Police Department and their swift work and diligence to bring this case to justice.

Nzaro will be sentenced on Oct. 23.

He also has pending charges in Hudson City Court. On March 24, Nzaro allegedly followed a woman into a single-person bathroom at a Hudson business and shut the door behind him, barring her escape. Nzaro was arrested by Hudson Police, charged with unlawful imprisonment, criminal possession of a controlled substance and harassment. 

Nzaro is represented by Dennis McEvoy.