San Francisco Transplant Arrested for Child Molestation

San Francisco Transplant Arrested for Child Molestation

SAN FRANCISCO – A man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of child molestation, according to arrest records.

The man, Romell Ibe, 32, was arrested just after 1 a.m. at his home on the 2000 block of Ellis Street in San Francisco’s Anza Vista neighborhood.

The events leading up to the arrest are unclear, because police said such cases are confidential. However, records show that Ibe was arrested on two counts of sex with a child under the age of 14 and another two counts of oral sex with a minor between the ages of 10 and 14. If convicted, Ibe could face up to eight years in prison for each charge.

Ibe has no prior criminal history, according to available records. According to Megan’s Law, he is not a registered sex offender in California. Ibe moved to San Francisco in December 2009 with his wife and his wife’s young daughter, according to his social media and personal blog. Before that, he lived in Clark County, Nevada, where he has no apparent criminal history.

On his Instagram account Ibe calls himself a “Husband. Father. Son. Brother. Uncle. Nephew. Cousin. Friend. Hooper. Entrepreneur. Consultant. Marketer.” He works at a break dancing studio in the city.

San Francisco Transplant Arrested for Child Molestation was last modified: June 30th, 2015 by admin
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