Uber driver Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez is a 39 year old recently arrested in his Santa Maria home for multiple charges sexual assault of at least four women in San Luis Obispo. The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office says that there may be additional victims of this rapist in both San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties.
We, due to our long-term legal experience in this area, agree. Sexual abuse is learned behavior; in addition to these four known victims, it is most likely that there are more victims over the course of Alarcon-Nunez’ molestation ‘career’.
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Additional Details on Alarcon-Nunez’ Case
Alarcon-Nunez pleaded not guilty to ten felony charges at his arraignment. Of the four known victims, all were females between the ages of 19 and 22. Three attend Cal Poly, one attends Cuesta College. The rapes are alleged to have occurred on December 17, 2017, January 5, 2018 and January 14, 2018. Alarcon-Nunez’ preliminary hearing will be on January 29; bail has been set at nearly $1.5 Million. An Uber spokesperson says that Alarcon-Nunez has been removed from the Uber app permanently.