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Pasco man, 18, accused of sex acts on two 12-year-old girls

PORT RICHEY — An 18-year-old man was arrested on charges of forcing sex acts on two 12-year-old girls.

One of the girls invited Bryan Rivera of Port Richey to her home late Monday while her parents were sleeping, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office report. Rivera climbed through the girl's bedroom window, the report said, then sexually touched both girls against their will.

Rivera told deputies he knew the girls' ages and had met secretly with one of the girls several times. He said he only had sexual contact with one girl, and he said he had her permission, the report said.

Rivera was charged with two counts of involuntary sexual battery. He remained Friday without bail at the Land O'Lakes jail.

Pasco man, 18, accused of sex acts on two 12-year-old girls 06/24/11 [Last modified: Friday, June 24, 2011 8:15pm]
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