A New York City lawyer has been arrested for allegedly terrorizing women in at least five groping attacks from Harlem to the Lower East Side, according to the New York Post. Attorney Ra’Shaun Kelley was arrested on Friday for a two-month long attacking spree that allegedly occurred in late 2014 and early 2015. According to police, Kelley followed women into the lobbies or elevators of their apartment buildings where he’d attack them and try to pull off their clothing. NYPD’s Special Victims Squad was able to arrest the attorney four years after the attacks due to a reported break in the investigation. Kelley, a native of Brooklyn, described himself on social media as an avid poker and chess player who believed in the power of aggression. “Whether its poker, chess, or life, the victory goes to the aggressive,” Kelley wrote in a 2010 Facebook post.