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Man Sentenced to 185 Years for Victorville and Rancho Cucamonga Sexual Assaults

Man Sentenced to 185 Years for Victorville and Rancho Cucamonga Sexual Assaults

RANCHO CUCAMONGA – A Big Bear City man who posed as a police officer in order to sexually assault three women was sentenced to 185 years to life in prison on Wednesday.

William Hernandez, 53, was found guilty by a jury in July of two counts of False Imprisonment by Violence, and one count of Sodomy by Use of Force.In February 2016, Hernandez reportedly identified himself as a police officer to a female victim at a Rancho Cucamonga motel. He threatened the victim with a handgun before committing the sexual assault.

The next assault was only days later in the City of Victorville when he again claimed to be a police officer. He threatened the victim with a gun and also sexually assaulted her. The victim received a call following the assault, when she answered the phone Hernandez again pointed the gun at her and told her to tell her friend to come over. Once the friend arrived, Hernandez threatened the friend with a gun and also sexually assaulted her.

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  • William-Hernandez: San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office