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The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office posted a video of two suspects stealing an ATM with a forklift at a Safe Credit Union location in North Sacramento on August 2. (Source: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office)
A Southern California substitute teacher was booked for three sex offenses involving at least one minor, police say.
Carson resident David Vernon Prince, Jr., 28, was charged with contact with minor for sexual offense, distribution or showing pornography to a minor and possession of child pornography.
Police say that Prince worked as substitute teacher and assistant football coach in the Los Angeles and Long Beach areas. They did not disclose which specific schools he worked at.
“Investigators identified one minor victim within the City of Los Angeles,” Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement. “It is believed that there are additional victims.”
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Carson, Calif., resident David Vernon Prince, Jr., 28, was charged with contact with minor for sexual offense and two pornography-related crimes. (Los Angeles Police Department)
Prince allegedly targeted female minors. Authorities released a photo of Prince hoping that other potential victims come forward.
“Juvenile Division detectives are overseeing the investigation and releasing the suspects booking photo because they believe the suspect is responsible for additional, unreported sexual assaults,” police said.
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Los Angeles Police Department officials are searching for additional victims. (Los Angeles Police Department via Facebook)
Prince was booked into jail and later released on $45,000 bail.
Anyone with information relevant to the suspect is asked to call juvenile detectives at 562-624-4027, or the general LAPD number at 877-527-3247. Anonymous tips can be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
Fox News Digital reached out to Los Angeles Police Department for more information, but no new details are known.
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The Los Angeles Unified School District told Fox News Digital it had no record of him teaching in their schools. The Long Beach Unified School District did not immediately respond to an inquiry about whether Prince was employed by them.