RIVERSIDE, California (August 1, 2017) — A Riverside guitar teacher identified as Nathaniel “Nathanael” Hernandez, 27, has been arrested for allegedly committing a lewd act with a child under 14 years old, according to the Press Enterprise.
The arrest was made on Thursday, July 28 by the Riverside Police Department’s METRO (SWAT) team in Moreno Valley after detectives served a warrant on the suspect. The sexual assault and child abuse unit were alerted about a child annoyance reportedly taking place at Orangecrest.
The Riverside County District Attorney’s Office has accused Hernandez of engaging in a lewd act with a child under 14 years old.
The suspect works as a guitar instructor at the Guitar Center which serves children and minors under 18 years old. Police are seeking help from the public to identify and contact others who may have been victims.
For more information, contact Detective Charlie Olivas at 951-353-7136 or [email protected]
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