Ricardo Gutierrez Soccer Coach at Gunderson High in San Jose Arrested. The San Jose Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force/Child Exploitation Detail (CED) arrested suspect Ricardo Gutierrez for multiple counts of annoying or molesting a child under the age of 18.
In early November, 2019, The San Jose Police Department received information that suspect Gutierrez engaged in inappropriate behavior with the victims. The suspect is a walk-on varsity soccer coach at Gunderson High School in San Jose and a coach for San Jose Surf competitive girls’ soccer team.
The investigation revealed that the suspect engaged in inappropriate behavior with the victims between November, 2018 to November, 2019. The incidents occurred in San Jose.
On Monday, December 9, 2019, the suspect self-surrendered to detectives at the San Jose Police Department. He was taken into custody and subsequently booked into Santa Clara County jail for 3 counts of annoying or molesting a child under the age of 18 (misdemeanor) – Penal Code 647.6.
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