Grant, 27, was arrested Tuesday and faces several counts of sexual assault of a minor and lewd or lascivious molestation of a minor. He is being held without bond and was ordered not to have any contact with the victim or any minor. It is unclear if he has hired an attorney.
Mwon Taylor, a social studies and religion teacher at Miami Union Academy in North Miami, Florida, has been arrested for several counts of lewd and lascivious molestation on a minor less than 16 years old and sexual battery on a minor over 12 years old. Taylor, 39, is being held without bond after refusing to attend a bond hearing on Thursday. He is expected to have his first-appearance court session today. News sources did not specify if Taylor has acquired legal representation.
Nathan Urbano Valentin of Hollywood, Florida was arrested on Wednesday and faces charges for sexual assault and battery on a minor. Valentin, 27, was allegedly a maintenance man in the building where the then 6-year-old Lauderdale Lakes girl lived. He purportedly molested her and forced her to perform sex acts on October 2014. Valentin is being held without bond, and it is still unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.
According to the reports, a warrant for Valentin’s arrest was issued in December last year. The warrant was reportedly issued after the victim told detectives at Broward Sheriff’s Office that a maintenance man she knew as “Nate” had sexually assaulted her while her grandmother was sleeping.
Rafael Negron of Miami-Dade, Florida has been arrested and faces charges for five counts of sexual battery on a minor and five counts of engaging in sexual acts with a familial child. News reports did not specify a lawyer or provide information on whether bail has been set for Negron.
According to police reports, this is the second time Negron, a 64-year-old taekwondo instructor, has been arrested this year. He was arrested in January for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with two teenage sisters who were students at his taekwondo school (RN Taekwondo on 188 NW 36th Street) for five years. Continue reading