Kevin Rubio Death – On Thursday, Kevin Rubio, who is now 28 years old, is said to have met a girl at the Pembroke Lakes Mall. A man from South Florida was arrested and booked into jail on allegations of sexual battery. After that, it is said that the victim got into Rubio’s car in the parking lot of the mall, and the two of them participated in what the police referred to as “sexual activity.” Following that, Rubio is said to have brought the girl to his residence in Miramar, where she stayed the night there. Rubio is facing six accusations connected to sex acts with a juvenile, including lewd and lascivious conduct with someone between the ages of 12 and 16.
These alleged offenses took place with a minor between the ages of 12 and 16 years old. A judge put the total bond at $450,000 and ordered Rubio to have no contact with the victim or anyone else under the age of 18. Rubio was also prohibited from having any contact with anyone older than 18. The judge also decided that in order for Rubio to be allowed to post bond and be released from jail, he will be required to wear a GPS tracking device. The Investigations Section of the Pembroke Pines Police Department can be reached at 954-431-2225 if any member of the public has any additional information.
Related topic: Pompano Beach Man Accused of Sexual Battery on Young Girl
After allegations that he sexually assaulted a little girl in a room full of kids at what seemed to be a sleepover at a Pompano Beach home over two years ago, a 26-year-old man is still being held in the Broward County Prison. According to documents, Quintavis Bernard Swain was taken into custody on Saturday on three counts of lewd and lascivious molestation involving a child between the ages of 12 and 16 for an alleged event that occurred on November 13, 2020. The girl claimed she felt someone touch her when she woke up around 3 a.m., according to the arrest report. She was dozing off on a couch adjacent to several nieces and a nephew in the pitch-black.
Before hearing Swain warn her “not to tell anyone” and “I can get in trouble,” she claimed to have heard footsteps. Fear kept her from moving, and she kept quiet so as not to wake anyone. She then contacted her grandmother to come fetch her after failing to reach her mother, according to the report. Her cell phone records revealed texts that said, in part: “Someone come get me. I’m unable to stay here. I’m at [namehouse ]’s right now, but I’ll explain later. I’m terrified. The fact that she couldn’t phone her grandma because “I think he might hear me,” she also texted her grandmother.
She told her grandmother about a previous instance of non-sexual fondling because she said her mother wouldn’t believe her and “and to this day my mom tells me I was just lying,” according to the report. She was waiting outside, barefoot, when her grandparents arrived at the Hammond ville Road address after 4 a.m. She recounted what had happened, and the grandparents drove her to the hospital. She was transferred to a sexual assault treatment facility where forensic evidence and some of her garments were gathered after detectives became involved. She would eventually confess to being a virgin and not engaging in sexual activity, according to the story.
Frank Maister, the defense attorney, outlined three justifications for Swain’s release from custody during his client’s first court appearance on Sunday. He stated, “You have DNA findings that are negative for male DNA, you have a complaining witness who in her own words verifies a prior false claim, she didn’t say who did what when she reported it to police. Despite a $45,000 total amount imposed by Broward Circuit Judge George Odom Jr., Swain is still detained for breaking the terms of his probation in a separate, unconnected case, according to documents.
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