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Riverside man booked on suspicion of annoying girl, 13

Riverside police were seeking witnesses Monday who may have been in contact with a 31-year-old man booked on suspicion of annoying a 13-year-old girl.

Robert Shiloh Jimenez allegedly accosted the girl Sunday near a vending machine at the Riverside Convention Center, police said.

The girl pushed her way past Jimenez as he tried to block her escape and reported the incident to her mother, who called authorities, according to the Riverside Police Department. Jimenez was booked on charges of child annoyance, trespassing and violation of parole.

Jimenez is described as Latino, about 5 feet 6 inches tall, with a thin build. He had heavy stubble on his face and was wearing a blue hoodie sweater, long shorts and white socks, police said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Sgt. Wayne Ramaekers at (961) 353-7108.

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Comments () | Archives (4)

So is Robert Shiloh Jimenez a legal resident or an illegal invader??

CaliPHOBE: Be grateful that the Times printed the gentleman's name and physical description. Until a few weeks ago, they were concealing that information on the ground that it might cause the public to make "unfair assumptions."

Caliphobe, what does his legal status have to do with the face that he is a child pervert? What does immigration issue have to do with this incident? You are nothing but a racist, and you should maybe keep your ignorant thoughts and assumptions to yourself.

@CaliPHBE

Race has nothing to do with this. It really just shows how ignorant and biased you are.

If he was purple, grey or orange, does that really matter?

Stop spreading the hate and let's concentrate on really important, keeping this vile piece of trash behind bars, FOREVER.


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