CHICAGO (CBS) — The victim of a sexual assault on the far North Side is speaking out, hoping to stop a predator.
It has been exactly one month since Alexandria Clarke walked to the bus stop at Devon and Clark.READ MORE: Chicago Police Officers Refusing To Report Vaccine Status Expected To Protest Outside Police Headquarters Tuesday
The 22-year-old Loyola University graduate says she’s speaking out now because she wants to do everything possible to catch her attacker.
“I was listening to music, I wasn’t really paying attention if someone sat next to me, it happens all the time,” said Clarke.
Clarke sat down, waiting for the Clark street bus at Devon when a 300-pound man sat next to her, and took her neck in his hands.
“He grabbed my throat a second time and said I was going to walk with him or he was going to kill me,” said Clarke.