KABC T.V. news reported on Wednesday that a teenage girl was attacked in a parking lot at John Adams Park, which is next door to John Adams Elementary School, by a man who stabbed her in the chest and grabbed her, trying to force her to kiss him.
We have been warning for some time that our parks are full of perverts. Our blog reported that men were lurking at Santiago Park, and sure enough the SAPD arrested nine of them a few weeks ago, by using a decoy in a sting operation.
We also reported here the fact that there are over 200 registered sex offenders living in Santa Ana.
Now a teenage girl has been victimized and she might well have ended up murdered. And here is the weird part. The Santa Ana Police Department is NOT including this story on their online alert system, called Citizen Observer.
Why the cover-up?
The SAPD reported this week, via Citizen Observer, a story about a con artist. But here you have a male suspect who attacked a teenage girl, and the SAPD did not send out an alert!
According to KABC, “The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, between 20 and 25 years old, about 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds, with a thin to medium build. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and sweat pants.”
If you have information related to this case, you’re asked to call Santa Ana Police at (714) 245-8400.
Click here to contact SAPD Chief Paul Walters. I suggest we ask why the Citizen Observer email alert system was not triggered by this attack. At the very least the SAPD ought to be circulating a police sketch of the suspect. And I hope they are checking on the whereabouts of the local registered sex offenders.
Furthermore, the Santa Ana Unified School District has no mention of this attack on their website, despite the fact that it happened next to John Adams Elementary School. Click here to contact the SAUSD public information officer. Please ask her why the SAUSD is doing nothing to alert the parents in the area about this attack.