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Man Arrested in Corona for Trying to Lure 11-Year-Old Girl Into His Car

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Oct. 28, 2020 By Christian Murray

A man has been arrested for trying to lure an 11-year-old girl into his vehicle in Corona Monday morning.

Frank Ayala, 28, allegedly followed the girl in the vicinity of 103rd Street and Strong Avenue at around 8:30 a.m., police said.  He then tried to entice the 11-year-old into his car where police say he planned to assault her.

The girl was able to flee the scene unharmed.

Ayala was taken into custody and charged with harassment, attempted luring of a child and acting in a manner injurious to a child, police said.

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Rebecca

Nothing but corruption and sadly the media is complicit. Doesn’t the 110th precinct have bad history of corruption especially writing false reports for the media and for them to get their reward pension. This is definitely defamation to character.

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