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Pomona Man Sentenced to 108 Years in Prison for Molesting Four Young Children

Pomona Man Sentenced to 108 Years in Prison for Molesting Four Young Children

POMONA – A 60-year-old man was sentenced to 108 years to life in prison for molesting four young children District Attorney’s officials said.

Romelio Corelio Espinoza, of Pomona, was found guilty on November 9th of eight felony counts including four counts of oral copulation or sexual penetration and four counts of lewd act upon a child under 10 years old. Espinoza was ordered by the judge to register as a lifetime sex offender.

The three girls and one boy who were between the ages of 6-10-years-old were molested by Espinoza between 1997 and 2016. On June 6, 2016, an arrest warrant was issued for Espinoza and was taken into custody. The case was investigated by the Pomona Police Department.

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