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In late March, a woman showed up at the Cabazon sheriff’s office and reported that her son had assaulted her. The man was arrested and charged for the allegations.

On March 20, when a woman came into the sheriff’s office in Cabazon, California, and told them that her adult son had violently attacked her they investigated her claims and arrested 32-year-old Richard Anthony Diaz on suspicion of being the perpetrator the assault.

After their first review of the evidence the police believed that Diaz had intended to kill his 54-year-old mother, whose name has not been disclosed, and he was reprimanded for attempted murder. Those charges were amended and he was then facing a lesser charge of assault with a deadly weapon. Because it is suspected that he used them to assault her, his hands are the weapon that they allege was the instrument employed in the attack.

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A Missouri man who worked as a volunteer at a gymnastics center has been accused of touching three of his former young female students in a sexual manner.

David Schneider, a father and former volunteer sports coach for children, held the position of a gymnastics coach at the Kids in Motion gym between 2011 and 2014. Three of the girls he instructed while working there have reported incidents where Schneider allegedly touched them in an inappropriate way while they were stretching and doing the splits. The girls were age 7 or 8 at the time of the alleged assaults.

On January 9, one of the victims contacted authorities and told them that during a move that Schneider called “oversplits” his hand slipped under her shorts and between her legs while he was assisting her. She said she decided to come forward after she currently began feeling that the way she was touched did not seem as if it was proper.

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A man was driving in an Acura in Anaheim late Monday evening when police ran the plates and identified it as a vehicle from Downey that had been reported stolen earlier that day.

As accounted by Sgt. Daron Wyatt of the Anaheim Police Department, officers pursued the car and the driver continued for approximately one block until he entered a residential area and stopped in the middle of the road. Police suspected there may have been a malfunction with the vehicle which forced him to come to a halt.

The man, identified as Norwalk resident Hector Munoz, then locked himself in the vehicle and refused to cooperate with law enforcement. Police used a PA system and made several attempts to get Munoz to get out of the vehicle, but he allegedly did not comply willingly.