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Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station detectives are asking the public for their help in locating a man who attempted to sexually assault a 36-year-old woman in the Newhall area last weekend.

Suspect Richard Sanchez allegedly unlawfully entered the victim’s apartment and grabbed the victim, forcing her to the ground. As Sanchez was pulling on the victim’s dress, his attempted assault was interrupted by the victim’s child.

Richard Sanchez is described as being a 29-year-old male Hispanic, approximately 6 feet tall and weighing 230 pounds. He is wanted for attempted sexual assault and burglary.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, please contact the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station at 661-255-1121. Do not attempt to approach or make contact with the suspect yourself.

You can also submit a tip anonymously to LA Crime Stoppers by dialing 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or using the website: http://lacrimestoppers.org.

 

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  1. Kimberley Vargas watch out 4 this guy

  2. Leilani Gee Leilani Gee says:

    Bella Christi I know you would annihilate someone that would try that but be careful!

  3. Where did this happen? New hall is somewhat large.

  4. Seriously starting to regret getting an apartment in Newhall! So glad I’ve got protection

  5. Ana Lorina Ana Lorina says:

    Jeh Abejaron Angelica Abejaron Jocelyn C. Abejaron

  6. Chito King Chito King says:

    hispanics are proving him right smh

  7. Linda Garcia Linda Garcia says:

    Nataly Sanchez wasn’t this ur neighbor???

  8. What apartment complex?

  9. Shur Lee Shur Lee says:

    Sam Dabit we need to invest in a gun

  10. Rosa Negrete Rosa Negrete says:

    Claudia Diaz be careful. 😲

  11. April Cornejo Shannon Baarstad Stephanie Nicole

  12. April Fiege April Fiege says:

    Seriously someone take this wild POS animal outback and put him down

  13. Mace,everywhere I go! On my keychain. SHOOTS 16 feet!

  14. Wtf Richard that’s my homie

  15. Anonymous says:

    Linda Ambriz

  16. Linda Ambriz Linda Ambriz says:

    Bio All Angles omg!!!! That’s crazy!!!!!!!

  17. Bill Dekruyf Bill Dekruyf says:

    Double tap his dumb ass!

  18. Carlo Porras- this is the guy

    • marie says:

      I know, I saw it… Itz sad, disgusting, and embarrassing… I hope they catch him and throw hiz ass in jail and let him get what hez always deserved!!!

  19. Darkman Luna Darkman Luna says:

    Dulce Cruz Mario Luna

  20. Ashamed to know this foo…

  21. Scary! We lived in an apartment in Newhall years back & a man walked right into my apartment! Luckily once he realized it wasn’t his he ran out… Fast!

  22. Jay Salt Jay Salt says:

    If I see him I’ll take him and personally drag his ass to the LA county jail so they can have fun with him

  23. Jane Chavez Jane Chavez says:

    Patty Cornejo did you see this?

  24. Ruth Oro Ruth Oro says:

    Always always lock your door …. Double lock it and don’t let strangers get inside your house when they knock at your door.

  25. Jeanne Marten says:

    Guns are fine to own but in this situation would not have helped. Not unless she walks around the house with a loaded gun in her pocket with her kid in the house.

    Maybe pepper spray by the door up high where her child can’t get it and look through the peep hole before answering the door. Refuse to open for someone you don’t know. Keep deadbolt on door at all times.

  26. Limogirl says:

    Richard get help.. You are a father,son,brother.Turn yourself in,do your time get clean and get the help you need,people care and love you.Those who know you know this is not who you are.I don’t know what happens,just get help.I will prey for you.Please turn yourself in before it’s to late.

  27. Josue Rivera Josue Rivera says:

    No mames, I know this vato…

  28. Sonia Torres Sonia Torres says:

    this picture showed up on the news today showing that he died??? SCV Sherrifs should a body at the metro link station in newhall, on Sunday 01/24 at around 730PM. http://wp.me/p1Le03-qvr

  29. Alex Tkz Alex Tkz says:

    Felishaaa$ mannn seenn that boy walkn around twn

  30. Alex Tkz Alex Tkz says:

    Dammm I seen him thrusday night

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