A Santa Ana dance instructor who prepped teens for quinceañera routines now stands accused of more than teaching them how to waltz. The Orange County District Attorney’s (OCDA) office charged Jesus Alamilla Caballero, 46, with a felony count of performing “lewd and lascivious acts” on a 14-year-old student. The Orange Police Department, who arrested Caballero last week, believes there may be more victims.
In the meantime, prosecutors allege that Caballero drove a student home from class one day in April 2018 when he molested him. The boy later told his mother about what happened and she contacted Orange police to report the incident.
Caballero currently resides at Orange County Jail where he’s being held on $1 million bail. The alleged Quince Creep is due in court for arraignment on May 31. If convicted of the felony charge, Caballero faces a maximum sentence of three years in state prison.
That is, if more potential victims aren’t identified and added to the charges against him.
Orange police asks for the public’s help in that task. Anyone who may have information related to the charges against Caballero or other similar incidents is being urged to called Orange PD’s Investigations Division at (714) 744-7571.
Gabriel San Román is from Anacrime. He’s a journalist, subversive historian and the tallest Mexican in OC. He also once stood falsely accused of writing articles on Turkish politics in exchange for free food from DönerG’s!