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School employee sent sexual text messages to students, police say

November 17, 2011 |  6:44 pm

Raymond Aguilar HernandezA campus safety supervisor at Pacifica High School in Oxnard has been arrested after he allegedly sent text messages of a sexual nature to several female students, authorities said Thursday evening.

The girls, ages 15 and 16, told school officials that Raymond Aguilar Hernandez Jr., 47, sent them text messages and also made comments to them, the Oxnard Police Department said.

Aguilar worked part time at the school, where he monitored student safety areas, police said in a statement.

He also worked part time as a night custodian at Richard B. Haydock Intermediate School. Police said they did not believe any students at  that school were victimized. Aguilar was arrested Wednesday and has been charged with suspicion of child luring and enticing, police said.

He is scheduled for arraignment Dec. 2 in Ventura County Superior Court. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Erica Escalante at (805) 385-7759.

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Photo: Raymond Aguilar Hernandez Jr. Credit: Oxnard Police Department

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