The San Luis Obispo Police Department says they have received another report of Jonathan Davis touching an underage girl. The San Luis Obispo District Attorney’s Office also filed child molestation charges against Davis for June 25 incident after revealing he has had prior molestation incidents.
Employees at a Chevron Gas Station in San Luis Obispo filed a report after learning of Davis’s previous arrest on June 25.
The Employees say that Davis entered the Chevron Station at 3180 Broad on Saturday, June 23 around 11:00 a.m.
The report says Davis entered the store to pay for gas when he approached a girl approximately 8 to 10 years of age and rubbed his fingers through her hair.
Employees describe the girl wearing a black short sleeve “Giants” t-shirt and black leggings pants and was last seen leaving in a white 4-door BMW 5 series sedan.
Police say it is likely the parents of the victim do not know about this incident.
The District Attorney’s Office says there is sufficient evidence to file criminal charges against Davis for the June 25 incident.
The District Attorney’s Office filed felony charges against Davis for annoying and molesting a child under 18 after finding out he has had previous sex crimes on Friday.
It is alleged that Davis has previously been convicted of felony child molestation in two prior cases in 2006, and of a first-degree burglary, a violent felony, in a third prior case from 2001.
A San Luis Obispo homeless man has been arrested after allegedly assaulting a minor Monday afternoon.
San Luis Obispo Police received a call regarding an assault that occurred in the 1000 block of Court Street around 4:33 p.m. The caller told dispatchers that a male grabbed her young daughter’s hair and left after being confronted by a witness. The caller said the suspect left southbound toward Higuera.
Officers patrolling the downtown area saw a subject matching the description from the caller walking in the 700 block of Higuera. The suspect was detained and positively identified by the witness.
The suspect, Jonathan Davis, a transient from San Luis Obispo was booked into the San Luis Obispo County Jail on charges of battery on a child under 18 years of age.
Davis’s bail has been set at $5,000.