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Two males accused of SCV intercourse offenses return to court docket

Two men charged with sexual offenses in the Santa Clarita Valley returned to court on Friday.

Scott Rodriguez

A Santa Clarita Valley resident and former deputy of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was arrested to respond on Friday for possession of child pornography.

Scott T. Rodriguez, 41, who was employed in the county until the day he was accused of knowingly possessing or controlling images of child or youth photography, is due to return to a court hearing on May 21 .

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Information Bureau, Captain John Satterfield, confirmed in April that Rodriguez had been released from the division, but declined to elaborate on the nature of Rodriguez’s arrest and / or what station or part Commenting on the Department He Served Officials in the LA County Sheriff’s Department have stated that anyone seeking basic public information about Rodriguez’s arrest must file an application under the California Public Records Act.

The charges listed in the criminal complaint against Rodriguez prosecutors will seek to show the now former MP was in the possession of child pornography on or about July 18, 2019.

Teresa De Castro of the LA District Attorney’s Office’s Cyber ​​Crimes Division is listed as a prosecutor on the case.

David Cornish

A former Saugus High School assistant math teacher accused of engaging in an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student returned to court on Friday.

Sheriff’s Department officials have alleged 29-year-old David Cornish entered into a criminal relationship with the student after allegedly texting her.

Cornish is accused of oral copulation with a minor, indecent acts with a child, intrusion into a foreign object, and two cases dealing with sexually inappropriate messages over the Internet. Brian Hudson of the Sheriff’s Department’s Special Victims Unit.

The former teacher will return for a preliminary hearing in court on May 21 – when the evidence is presented to the judge who will decide whether the trial should proceed.