A 30-year-old Canyon Country man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of exposing himself to a 15-year-old boy while riding the city’s transit buses on two occasions.
The suspect, Wilber Saldana, allegedly exposed himself and annoyed the boy Sept. 6 and Sept. 8. A deputy assigned to Santa Clarita Transit “conducted surveillances of the transit buses that the suspect was known to take,” a statement from the SCV Sheriff’s Station said.
The detective spotted the suspect Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. on a bus at the McBean Transfer Center Tuesday and took him into custody. Saldana was booked at the SCV Station and is being held in lieu of $35,000 bail.
Officials are investigating the possibility of additional victims and are asking anyone with information to call Detective Burrow of the SCV Station’s COBRA unit at 661-799-5155. The suspect’s photo is not being released because Burrow wants potential victims to be able to pick him out of a lineup without being influenced by a mugshot.
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