COVINA — A registered sex offender arrested Wednesday on suspicion of sexually battering a woman inside a Glendora store was arrested again Thursday on suspicion of child annoyance, police said.
Lance Glock, 51, of Covina, was being held in lieu of $20,000 bail at the Covina Police Department’s jail pending a scheduled arraignment Monday in West Covina Superior Court.
Police were summoned about 1:45 p.m. to a business in the 100 block of West Badillo Street after a 17-year-old girl and business owner “described some really unusual behavior,” Doonan said.
Glock had apparently walked up very close to the girl, making her uncomfortable, while asking for her name and other personal information, the lieutenant said.
Officers found him inside a nearby business and arrested him on suspicion of child annoyance, he said.
Glock had been released from jail in Glendora on his own recognizance the previous day after police in that city arrested him on suspicion of sexually battering a woman inside a HomeGoods store, officials said.
In that incident, he allegedly grabbed the woman from behind and sexually battered her, according to Glendora police.
Glock is a registered sex offender, however his image and address information are not featured on the statewide Megan’s Law database of sex registrants.
Details in his prior conviction were not available.
BOOKING PHOTO of Lance Glock courtesy of the Covina Police Department