Amalia Utz Arrested for Allegedly Having Sex with 14-Year-Old Boys
A California mother has been charged after allegedly having sexual relations with two 14-year-old boys and providing them with marijuana and alcohol at her home.
Amalia Utz, 47, from Oak Park, was arrested last Wednesday following a week-long investigation into ‘a rumor’ about a woman who had allegedly assaulted a 14-year-old boy back in September.
As part of the probe, the East County Investigations Bureau Major Crimes Sexual Assault Unit conducted interviews and learned of a second alleged victim, also age 14, from Thousand Oaks.
Utz, whose son is enrolled in Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Pak, is suspected of engaging in sexual acts with the two 14-year-olds and performing oral sex on a minor.
Oak Park Unified School District Superintendent Dr Tony Knight confirmed Utz’s arrest in a letter sent to parents last week, reported the station KCAL.
Utz was taken into custody after someone anonymously reported her alleged activities involving underage boys to the school district.
During the investigation that was launched on October 1, police learned that the 47-year-old mom allegedly had been hosting alcohol- and drug-fueled parties for her son and his friends in her apartment in the Shadow Ridge Condominiums complex, located across the street from Oak Park High School.
Cops had been called to the woman’s residence multiple times for ‘juvenile disturbances,’ teens smoking marijuana and consuming alcohol, as well as reckless driving.
According to police and Utz’s neighbors, the home had been known for drawing large crowds of children, including teenage runaways.
On October 9, Utz was booked into the Ventura County Jail on charges of committing lewd acts with a child and oral copulation with a minor under the age of 16.
Utz was released after posting $20,000 bail. She is due back in court on October 25.
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