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Dean Kaene

Kaene Dean

The parents of a young, teenage girl reported her missing to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Tuesday, July 14, at 9:30 pm after they discovered her missing from home.

Due to the minor’s age, the missing girl was considered to be a “Critical Missing Person.”  Deputies from Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station began a search operation to locate the girl.  While patrol deputies searched the community, investigators checked her phone records.

Deputies called a phone number found on her phone records, and a man, later identified as suspect Kaene Dean, answered the phone.  He denied knowing the whereabouts of the missing girl.

Sheriff’s deputies went to the home of the suspect, where they were allowed inside by the suspect’s parents.  Deputies soon found the victim inside the garage prior to 2 a.m.  The victim told deputies she had been befriended by the suspect the previous day while at a grocery store in the Santa Clarita area and that he had sexually assaulted her.

Suspect Kaene Dean (aka Keane) is a 26-year-old Filipino male resident of Santa Clarita.

Suspect Dean is a registered sex offender due to a conviction for indecent exposure in the City of Glendale. He is on parole for burglary.

Dean was arrested and booked at Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station and is being held in lieu of $100,000 bail.

Sheriff’s Special Victims Bureau investigators are asking any adults or children who have had contact with Suspect Dean to contact Special Victims Bureau Investigators.

 

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  1. Chris Avila Chris Avila says:

    Give us more info on this Scum Bag…Like What Market And Where His House Was Located….I live out here and my kids are young…The People Of Santa Clarita Deserve to Know PERIOD

  2. This POS has a prior record , these people REOFFEND !!!
    Get them out of our neighborhoods !!!!

    • How do you suggest this is done?

    • It can’t .
      That’s the irony ..
      Apparently , They have “rights” .
      Sex offenders reoffend ..
      Rehabilitation for pedophiles , have you ever heard of such a thing ?
      Doesn’t exist ..
      You can’t “fix” someone who is attracted to children ..
      So now I ask you ,
      how do you fix that problem ?

    • Couldn’t we designate an island just for them? Ship them all there? Freaks me out

    • Bob Wells Bob Wells says:

      The state contracted security guards that guard Christopher Hubbard – the Pillowcase Rapist – have been using Santa Clarita to publicly coach the monster every Tuesday for months.
      Stop by your neighborhood craft store ( he likes craft stores ) and you may get to see a real live monster.

      We protest not just for Lake Los Angeles but for the towns & cities everywhere the 900+ Violent Sexual Predators (VSP) are set to be released! Stop by some time 203 St East & Ave R (just south of Palmdale Blvd)

    • Bob Wells Bob Wells says:

      The state contracted security guards that guard Christopher Hubbard – the Pillowcase Rapist – have been using Santa Clarita to publicly coach the monster every Tuesday for months.
      Stop by your neighborhood craft store ( he likes craft stores ) and you may get to see a real live monster.

      We protest not just for Lake Los Angeles but for the towns & cities everywhere the 900+ Violent Sexual Predators (VSP) are set to be released! Stop by some time 203 St East & Ave R (just south of Palmdale Blvd)

    • Bob Wells Bob Wells says:

      The state contracted security guards that guard Christopher Hubbard – the Pillowcase Rapist – have been using Santa Clarita to publicly coach the monster every Tuesday for months.
      Stop by your neighborhood craft store ( he likes craft stores ) and you may get to see a real live monster.

      We protest not just for Lake Los Angeles but for the towns & cities everywhere the 900+ Violent Sexual Predators (VSP) are set to be released! Stop by some time 203 St East & Ave R (just south of Palmdale Blvd)

    • Are you saying that the Pillowcase Rapist comes to SCV every Tuesday with his guard to rehabilitate him in our community??

  3. Should be able to look at the Megan’s law website for all that information.

  4. How many chances should we be giving career perverts???!!! Clearly this guy knows how to work a system which has evolved into a ” criminal protection” program.
    Now he has another victim to his credit. Be interesting to see where this case goes.

  5. Kris Doyle Kris Doyle says:

    I never seen anything posted in or around, in the news or anything about this missing girl? WTF?

  6. Lame as dirty mutherf#%er I know that guy never thought or new about his record

  7. Floyd says:

    bring him to my house and close the door behind you when you leave…..✂️♿️

  8. Teenager? How old was this girl?

  9. Chemically Castrate them (if we can’t physically do it) Put them all on Lupron Depo already! The side effects are a
    B*t€h and their sick mind won’t be able to send the signal from their perverted brain to their defective body parts to make it possible for them to hurt anyone!

  10. I searched for him on Megan’s law site and no luck finding him.

  11. His parents should also be held accountable. This happened at their home.

  12. Sheriff updated to say first name is Kaene, last name is Dean (we’re still not finding him on the Megan’s Law website)

  13. Oh that it was here? Scary

  14. Elza Florez Elza Florez says:

    Tell the girls to be careful he befriend her at a super market

  15. Why is he not listed as a sex offender? This is disgusting. Good job on catching this POS but please keep us informed.

  16. Maybe he could be found in the White pages maybe?? It’s scary to know he’s in Scv

  17. David Doyle David Doyle says:

    This is my neighbor, we had no clue. Always looked like a punk.

  18. David Doyle David Doyle says:

    This is my neighbor, we had no clue. Always looked like a punk.

  19. David Doyle David Doyle says:

    This is my neighbor, we had no clue. Always looked like a punk.

  20. Well, guess it wasn’t on Jakes way or they surly would have said. The market hummmm!

  21. Well, guess it wasn’t on Jakes way or they surly would have said. The market hummmm!

  22. Well, guess it wasn’t on Jakes way or they surly would have said. The market hummmm!

  23. Dianne Swink Dianne Swink says:

    Sick bastard , lock him up an throw away the key for gods sake

  24. Dianne Swink Dianne Swink says:

    Sick bastard , lock him up an throw away the key for gods sake

  25. Dianne Swink Dianne Swink says:

    Sick bastard , lock him up an throw away the key for gods sake

  26. Kris Doyle Kris Doyle says:

    SCV should be held responsible for not providing residents that a registered sex offender ( NOT listed for some odd reason) is their neighbor, and put innocent people and children in danger without their knowledge. It could have been anyone of our children, wife friend or family member. The parents should also be responsible, they know his record and should have been aware of what he is doing in their home.

  27. Kris Doyle Kris Doyle says:

    SCV should be held responsible for not providing residents that a registered sex offender ( NOT listed for some odd reason) is their neighbor, and put innocent people and children in danger without their knowledge. It could have been anyone of our children, wife friend or family member. The parents should also be responsible, they know his record and should have been aware of what he is doing in their home.

  28. Kris Doyle Kris Doyle says:

    SCV should be held responsible for not providing residents that a registered sex offender ( NOT listed for some odd reason) is their neighbor, and put innocent people and children in danger without their knowledge. It could have been anyone of our children, wife friend or family member. The parents should also be responsible, they know his record and should have been aware of what he is doing in their home.

  29. Bob Wells Bob Wells says:

    So maybe now we can have your support. We’ve been protesting for 1 year and 1 week.
    The state contracted security guards that guard Christopher Hubbard – the Pillowcase Rapist – have been using Santa Clarita to publicly coach the monster every Tuesday for months.
    Stop by your neighborhood craft store ( he likes craft stores ) and you may get to see a real live monster.

    We protest not just for Lake Los Angeles but for the towns & cities everywhere the 900+ Violent Sexual Predators (VSP) are set to be released! Stop by some time 203 St East & Ave R (just south of Palmdale Blvd)

  30. Bob Wells Bob Wells says:

    So maybe now we can have your support. We’ve been protesting for 1 year and 1 week.
    The state contracted security guards that guard Christopher Hubbard – the Pillowcase Rapist – have been using Santa Clarita to publicly coach the monster every Tuesday for months.
    Stop by your neighborhood craft store ( he likes craft stores ) and you may get to see a real live monster.

    We protest not just for Lake Los Angeles but for the towns & cities everywhere the 900+ Violent Sexual Predators (VSP) are set to be released! Stop by some time 203 St East & Ave R (just south of Palmdale Blvd)

  31. Bob Wells Bob Wells says:

    So maybe now we can have your support. We’ve been protesting for 1 year and 1 week.
    The state contracted security guards that guard Christopher Hubbard – the Pillowcase Rapist – have been using Santa Clarita to publicly coach the monster every Tuesday for months.
    Stop by your neighborhood craft store ( he likes craft stores ) and you may get to see a real live monster.

    We protest not just for Lake Los Angeles but for the towns & cities everywhere the 900+ Violent Sexual Predators (VSP) are set to be released! Stop by some time 203 St East & Ave R (just south of Palmdale Blvd)

  32. It was the Albertsons on Bouquet Canyon Rd @ Haskell Canyon Rd. Four news vans: two ABC 7, one Telemundo, and one Channel 4 were there filming. I asked ABC 7 and they said it was at the Albertsons.

  33. Dean Botton Dean Botton says:

    Oh God, I’m ashamed my name is Dean…

    Thanks Obama!

  34. Kris Doyle Kris Doyle says:

    It will be on the 11 pm news channel 4 tonight

  35. The inmates will take care of this sicko.

  36. we need to turn these people over to the families of those they have assaulted’

  37. Jeanne says:

    Since the guy is now in custody what difference does it make what store? Why smear the store?

    I find stories here are just as good as any other local site. The site is fine but a lot of comments from others on this site are very immature and often crude.

  38. Cindy Stark Cindy Stark says:

    Get them all out of the SCV

  39. Cindy Stark Cindy Stark says:

    Get them all out of the SCV

  40. Jeanne says:

    Maybe indecent exposure, as bad as it is, does not get you on the sex registry.

  41. Rick Rupe Rick Rupe says:

    T
    Chandler Joseph Davies Booker don’t tell me that’s you.. smfh

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