Police Charge Restaurant Manager with Molesting Teen Employees
Popeye's shift manager Eduardo Tomasek was incarcerated on $250,000 bail.
On May 23 at 3:15 p.m., Bensalem Police Special Victims Unit arrested Eduardo Tomasek, 50, of the 2500 block of Knights Road, for indecent assault, unlawful contact with minors, corruption the morals of minors and related offenses.
After a two-month investigation, Tomasek, a shift manager at Popeye’s Restaurant 2160 Street Road, was accused of fondling and inappropriately touching at least three 15-16 year-old female employees and supplied some of them with gifts and money.
Tomasek, a former Florida resident, was found on the Megan’s Law registry. Popeye’s management has been cooperating with police during the investigation.
He was taken into custody at Popeye’s shortly after his shift began. He was video arraigned by Judge Kline and sent to Bucks County Prison on lieu of $250,000 or 10 percent bail.
Bensalem Special Victims is continuing to investigate this and believe there are more victims.
If you have any information or wish to report an incident please contact Sgt Andrew Aninsman or Det. Nieves at (215) 633-3719.