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Suspect accused of posing as officer, trying to handcuff masseuse, performing 'indecent acts' arrested

Christopher Guetter, of Jasper, Georgia, has now been charged with several counts.

ROSWELL, Ga. — A suspect who authorities said tried to pose as a police officer before handcuffing a masseuse and exposed himself has been arrested. 

Christopher Guetter, of Jasper, Georgia, has been charged with false imprisonment, criminal attempt to commit rape, impersonating a public officer, sexual battery and battery. 

Police said the 58-year-old went to the Massage Angels business last week for a massage, but during the course of the appointment, told the masseuse he was a police officer before trying to handcuff her. 

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Police said he then performed "indecent acts" in front of her before leaving the business in his own car. Security cameras caught him as he left. 

Credit: Roswell Police Department

Authorities were able to identify Guetter as the suspect after they used a fingerprint from a beer bottle he brought into the massage parlor with him. The arrested him five days after the incident on Dec. 17. 

Credit: Roswell Police Department
Christopher Guetter

He was taken to Fulton County Jail, and was granted a $95,000 bond during a Wednesday first appearance. 

His next court date is scheduled to be Jan. 2, 2020.


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