The incidents occurred between July and December 2022 and concerned three unrelated boys who on the time had been seven, eight, and 11-years previous.
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Police Department’s Child Abuse Unit arrested 22-year-old Zayne St. Julien of Poway in reference to a sequence of child molestation cases and investigators are actually in search of extra victims, police mentioned Wednesday.
The incidents occurred between July and December 2022 and concerned three unrelated boys who on the time had been seven, eight, and 11-years previous, in keeping with the San Diego Police Department.
“This person as someone who should be trusted. You’re hiring someone to take care of your child,” mentioned Lt. Carmelin Rivera, San Diego Police Department.
According to police, in every case, the boys’ dad and mom employed St. Julien, who was employed by a babysitting web site named SitterCity.
One of the dad and mom reported the molestation of her child to authorities in November, SDPD mentioned.
Detectives instantly started to research and with the help of SitterCity personnel, two different boys had been recognized as victims. Police say their dad and mom reported their youngsters’s molestations to detectives in December.
St. Julien reportedly dedicated every molestation in the boys’ properties, in keeping with SDPD.
“These incidents occurred in the actual homes of these boys, there’s no particular community that was targeted, they were from all over the city – these cases, potentially all over the county,” added Lt. Rivera.
On December 20, SDPD and the San Diego Harbor Police Department arrested St. Julien as he was getting off an airplane at San Diego International Airport. He was booked into San Diego County Jail on a number of child molestation fees. This investigation is ongoing.
Police are asking anybody with info relating to these incidents, or believes St. Julien might have focused different victims, to name the San Diego Police Department Child Abuse Unit at (619) 531-2260 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.
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