(October 4, 2017) - A Cape Coral pizzeria owner was arrested yesterday on charges of child abuse and battery for harassing and inappropriately touching two juvenile female employees.

On June 16, 2017 Cape Coral police officers responded to 3015 SW Pine Island Road Unit #104 (Pizza Depot) in reference to a complaint made by two juvenile female employees that the pizzeria owner, Harry Kaltsounis (DOB: 2-17-56), had been harassing them and touching them inappropriately. An investigation was conducted by the Cape Coral Police Department's Major Crimes Unit, and an arrest warrant was forwarded to the State Attorney's Office for review on July 24th by Detective Bell.

On October 3, 2017 the arrest warrant was approved for the arrest of Kaltsounis on two counts of  child abuse and two counts of battery. CCPD Detective Fordham with the U.S. Marshal's Task Force located Kaltsounis at his place of business and placed him under arrest. 

The Major Crimes Unit asks any other possible victims in this case to please contact Detective Bell with the Cape Coral Police Department at (239) 574-3223.

ARRESTED: Harry Kaltsounis, W/M, DOB: 2-17-56, of 133 SW 36th Place, Cape Coral FL.

CHARGES: Cruelty Toward Child (Abuse Without Great Bodily Harm) 2 counts, Battery (Touch or Strike) 2 counts



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