A man with prison and battery in his past was arrested Tuesday after 12-year-old girl told police he tried to get her into his car as she was on her way to school.
And Sunrise cops are checking into whether Jesus Condom, 26, tried to do the same thing to three elementary school girls on Nov. 7.
Those girls were on their way to Village Elementary School. Tuesday’s incident happened four and a half miles away, at Nob Hill Road and Northwest 44th Street. Sunrise police say someone tried to get a 12-year-old girl into his car. After she refused, she ran to tell a police officer. Cops claim they found Condom sitting in a nearby parking lot.
He’s in Broward Main Jail on charges of attempted false imprisonment of a child under 13 years old; interfering with the custody of a minor; failing to register a car; and attaching a license plate not assigned to the car.
None of the charges are from the Nov. 7 incident, after which the girls described their attempted abductor as a 30- to 40-year-old male, with “black hair, a short beard and a blue button down dress shirt.”
Condom has racked up convictions for burglary, grand theft and domestic violence battery. This behavior’s earned him two stays with the Florida Department of Corrections, 18 months from 2012 to 2014, and two years, one month from 2015 to 2017.
Anyone with any information on this can call Sunrise police at 954-764-HELP (4357).