Altadena Sheriff picks up suspected sex prowler

From a Sheriff’s Department Press Release:

Between January 23, 2010 through January 31, 2010, multiple residential burglaries of two separate locations were reported in the Altadena community. The suspect left unique apology notes at each scene, which included sexual explicit references and indicated on at least one note, that he would return.

A partial print was collected by the Los Angeles County Crime Lab, which returned to a registered sex offender, residing in Altadena. A search warrant was obtained and executed, on February 3, 2010, at Suspect Ralph Wyatt’s home in the 1000 block of East Woodbury Road. Suspect Wyatt was taken into custody and conclusive evidence of his involvement in the crimes was recovered. Suspect Wyatt was booked at Crescenta Valley Station.

The facts of the case were presented, by Detective Richard Pippin, to the District Attorney’s Office of Pasadena Court, and four count of residential burglary, two counts of stalking and one count of sexual battery were filed against Suspect Wyatt.

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  • Angel Bec

    According to goggle map – if he is residing in the 1000 block of Woodbury Drive – that is in the same block as St. Elizabeth’s Catholic School.

    Are registered sex offenders not allowed to reside in such proximity to schools?

    He sounds like a genius – who the hell leaves a note unless they want to be caught … he should be jailed for stupidity alone.