LOS ANGELES — A former partner lane manager pleaded no competition yesterday to having passionate family with 3 teenage girls over a four-month period.
At Monday’s justice appearance, Johnny Arellano 26, of Norwalk pleaded no competition to 3 transgression counts: one count of verbal climax of a person under 16 and two depends of verbal climax of a person under 18.
The suspect is scheduled to be condemned Feb. 21 in Department J of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Norwalk Branch. Arellano is approaching to be condemned to 3 years in state jail and systematic to register as a lifetime sex offender.
Deputy District Attorney Michael DeRose of the Victim Impact Program, who prosecuted the case, pronounced Arellano was the former partner lane manager at Norwalk High School.
Between Jun and Oct 2017, the suspect intent in passionate acts with two womanlike students, the prosecutor said. A endangered adult alerted authorities and the suspect was taken into control on Oct. 5, 2017, the prosecutor added.
After serve investigation, law coercion schooled of a third teenage girl who was concerned in a passionate attribute with Arellano between Aug and Sep 2017, according to the prosecutor.