[UPDATED with Sentence:] Kenneth Anthony Huskey Sexually Assaults Women and Children in 3 States, Pushes Pregnant Woman onto Surf City's Main St.

Huskey's Sin City booking photo
With a name like Huskey, he has to have spent time in Alaska.

And with a name like Kenneth Anthony Huskey, he has to be a dick.

He was convicted in 2003 of sexually abusing a minor in his hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. That led to sex offender registration in Alaska after he did the same thing to a second child there.

Today, the 26-year-old was sentenced to six years and eight months in a California prison for sexually assaulting two women in Huntington Beach and pushing one victim's 8-month-pregnant friend onto Main Street.

Around 3 p.m. on Aug. 19, 2010, Huskey pushed a Main Street store clerk against a cash register, grabbed her hips and ass, kissed her cheeks and lips, made sexually explicit comments, demanded her phone number and--when she managed to break away--grabbed her cell phone off the counter and called his own cell so he would have her number.

Courtesy of the Orange County District Attorney's Office
Huskey's Orange County booking photo.
An hour later is when he pushed the very pregnant woman off the sidewalk and down to the ground on Main Street so he could get to her friend, who he blocked with his arms and body. He went on to demand her phone number, remove her sunglasses so that he could see her eyes, and grab her crotch and thigh as she escaped his creepy grasp.

His reign of terror ended just after 5:30 that same evening, after a routine traffic stop for driving a car with windows too darkly tinted. The clerk's cell phone number was still on his phone.

He pleaded guilty today to two felony counts of false imprisonment by violence, one felony count of sexual battery by restraint, one felony count of assault with the intent to commit a sexual offense, and one misdemeanor count of battery.

Before the judge imposed sentence, two of the Orange County women Huskey roughed up submitted statements to the court. The store clerk wrote, "I now find myself scared walking around my school. I'm scared in the parking lot, and even in the library. When a guy looks at me, I fear that he is going to attach [sic] me like Mr. Huskey did. I now view men completely differently."

"To this day, I am always on the lookout [for who is] walking close to me and get scared easily if a stranger walks a little too close," wrote the second assault victim. "I have never encountered a situation that made me as scared as I was that day."

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