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Man charged with grabbing 10-year-old near park

Note: Santa Ana Parks and a 300 foot buffer are off-limits to 290 registrants and, as such,  a “Child Safety Zone”.

SANTA ANA – A 55-year-old Santa Ana gang member has been charged with grabbing a 10-year-old boy who was walking to soccer practice near Delhi Park and smelling his arm, authorities said.

Victor Joseph Espinoza is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday to face one felony count each of false imprisonment and street terrorism, with sentencing enhancements for committing a crime for the benefit of a gang and for having an earlier strike conviction for street terrorism, Orange County District Attorney’s Office spokeswoman Farrah Emami said. Full Article

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  1. Kathy G.

    Please note that though the accused has a gang affiliation, he doesn’t appear to be a registrant. This appears to be a gang related incident.

    • Admin

      @Kathy G. – That was the point of posting this news article. The fact that “Child Safety Zones” do NOT keep children safe.

      They do absolutely nothing for child protection as they do not ban the gang banger (as in this story) or the drug dealer, or in fact any person intent on committing a crime – be that a registrant or a non-registrant.

      All they do is violate the basic rights of people who have paid their debt to society and that are trying to live a lawful life, and now are banned, under threat of prosecution, from the very public places that their tax dollars pay for.

      The City of Santa Ana adopted the Parks Ordinance what – 4,5 months ago? During his tour of OC Cities the OCDA repeatedly has stated that we will never know how many kids are going to be saved by these ordinances. Well, here is at least one that wasn’t.

  2. Bluewall

    So magically the Santa Ana laws can not protect anyone.. The invisible 300ft buffer force field was never installed, but somehow the money for it is being used..

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