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Man seen dragging woman through hotel charged with criminal sexual conduct

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What happened behind closed doors? Depends who you ask.

Daiki Kamogawa, 28, is behind bars charged with fourth degree criminal sexual conduct as a misdemeanor.

The victim told police the two had met at a nightclub and left together looking for her friend.

She alleges Kamogawa touched her privates, but they didn't have sex.

He reportedly told police they had consensual sex and that when he returned from cleaning up, she was gone.

Court documents state a hotel staffer reported seeing the defendant dragging a female tourist through the hotel and that the woman was seen crying in the hallway.

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