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Man released for trial delay arrested on suspicion of child sex abuse

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A registered sex offender who was set free by a Los Angeles County judge in 2018 because of a 17-year delay in his trial has now been arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing three children in Tulare County, records show.

Jorge Vasquez, 48, was arrested by Porterville Police Sunday on suspicion of committing a lewd act upon a child and sexual penetration with a foreign object, jail records show.

Vasquez had been in either prison or a state hospital since 1995, when he pleaded no contest to multiple counts of child molestation, court records show. He allegedly lured several children between the ages of 6 and 8 to an alleyway in South L.A. with the promise of candy, where he performed oral sex on three of the boys and forced one to…



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