Sacto 9-1-1
May 1, 2008
Employee at El Dorado Hills extended care charged in lewd acts

Rodriguez-1.JPGFrom David Richie:

El Dorado County sheriff's investigators have arrested a Folsom woman employed in extended care programs at two different schools on felony charges of lewd acts with a child and misdemeanor charges of annoying or molesting children.

Trina Lynn Rodriguez, 30, left, was taken into custody Wednesday after parents complained to officials at the Sheriff's Office and El Dorado County Office of Education.

School officials assisted sheriff's investigators, said Sgt. Bryan Golmitz, sheriff's office spokesman.

"There are five victims that we know about, all under 14. Three males and two females," Golmitz said.

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