• Sexual Predator Nabbed Again

    ReynoldsOn November 10, 2014 at 11:05 AM, Monterey Police Detectives arrested William Reynolds, 22, for multiple charges involving a minor. The arrest stemmed from an investigation that started on October 1, 2014, when a 17 year-old girl reported a male harassing her as she walked near the Monterey High School campus at Pacific and Logan Lane. The male suspect was driving slowly next to the girl and repeatedly offered her marijuana and offered to expose his genitals.
    On November 5, 2014, the same girl was walking in Seaside and reported the same male suspect driving by and harassing her. The victim wrote down the suspect’s license plate and reported the incident to police. Reynolds, who was found to be the son of the registered owner of the vehicle, was identified by a photographic line up as the same man in both incidents.
    Suspect vehicleReynolds was arrested without incident at a convenience store at Munras and Soledad and booked at the Monterey City Jail. He was charged with stalking, child endangerment, annoying or molesting a child, contacting a minor with intent to commit a sex act and a probation violation. Reynolds is on probation for committing lewd acts in public near Via Paraiso Park in Monterey in 2013. Reynolds is being held in lieu of $250,000 bail.
    Anyone who believes they have information concerning Reynolds, or who may have been a victim, is urged to call the Monterey Police Department at 831-646- 3830. Reynolds is a white male, 6’5”, 245 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. The truck he drives is a gray, 2005, Ford, Ranger Pickup truck with a gray camper shell.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on November 11, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News, Police Log

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