A man was busted Thursday for allegedly spewing sexual threats at an 11-year-old girl and robbing her in a Queens alley last weekend, police said.
Jonathan Perez, 34, is accused of attacking the young girl as she walked near 86th Street and Northern Boulevard in Jackson Heights at about 8:45 a.m. Sunday, cops said.
Perez allegedly dragged the girl into the alley, then threw her onto the ground and held a sharp metal object to her throat while making sexual threats and demanding to know her age, police said.
Police said the attacker stole the victim’s house keys, $20, a reusable grocery bag and then fled on foot northbound on 86th Street.
The girl suffered a cut to her throat and was treated at a local hospital.
Perez was charged with robbery, assault, kidnapping, acting in a manner injurious to a child less than 17 and menacing.
The suspect has a prior arrest from June 2. He was busted then on a robbery charge after allegedly punching his girlfriend in the mouth and stealing her car keys on Roosevelt Avenue near 85th Street in Jackson Heights, sources said.