Through investigation, it was revealed that Mandujano-Quinonez had a warrant issued for his arrest for a similar incident in Moreno Valley during the summer of 2016. Authorities also learned that there was at least one additional victim and Mandujano-Quinonez as listing the victim’s property for sale online. During a search of Mandujano-Quinonez’ home, evidence of the crimes was collected, including belongings of others believed to be victims.
The investigation continued and on Monday evening, Mandujano-Quinonez was arrested after going to a local park where he believed he was to meet another potential victim who he was communicating with online. Mandujano-Quinonez was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center for 2 counts of grand theft. Anyone with further information is asked to contact Detective Bryon Adcox at (951) 235-7863.
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