San Francisco Bay Area Sex Crime

Jansen Estrada Prospect High School Coach Arrested for Alleged Sex with Minor

Jansen Estrada Prospect High School Coach
Jansen Estrada Prospect High School Coach Arrested for Alleged Sex with Minor

Jansen Estrada Prospect High School Coach Arrested for Alleged Sex with Minor

Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department Press Release 2/19/19

On February 16, 2019, at approximately 4:46 pm, Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a residence in San Jose for a report of a prior sexual assault of a minor. Deputies were contacted by the victim’s family after her mother believed that her daughter may be a victim of sexual assault. The Sheriff’s Office conducted a full investigation.

On February 18, 2019, deputies assigned to our West Valley Patrol Division arrested 24-year old Jansen Estrada for various sexual charges, including molestation of a person under the age of 18. Estrada is a soccer coach at Prospect High School in Saratoga. Estrada developed an intimate relationship with a 14-year old female student, who was on the soccer team he was coaching. The relationship between Estrada and the victim became sexual and involved crimes such as contacting a minor with intent to commit sexual offenses, oral copulation, penetration with a foreign object, and sexual battery.

During the investigation, deputies determined Estrada also worked as an 8th-grade tutor at Moreland Middle School and Easterbrook Discovery School, both located in San Jose. Estrada was arrested and booked into the Main Jail without incident.
“It is a deplorable act to be in a position of power and prey on the innocence of a young girl. As a law enforcement agency, we are committed to protecting those who are most vulnerable. This is a reminder to have an open dialogue with your children and stay vigilant by monitoring their activity.” said Sheriff Laurie Smith.

This is an active and ongoing investigation. Sheriff’s detectives are working closely with the schools and district to ensure there are no other victims.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office at (408) 808-4500. Alternatively, you can contact the Sheriff’s Office Investigative Services anonymous tip line at (408) 808-4431.


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