Riverside Sex Offender on Parole Called Police for Being Harassed for Not Wearing Mask on Public Bus


RIVERSIDE, CA – A registered California sex offender, out of jail on parole caused a disturbance on a city bus, according to police.  On Saturday, police said the man refused to wear a mask and after being asked to wear a mask, things got a little out of hand.  He eventually called the police to report the incident and when police arrived, they realized the man had several outstanding warrants and was out of jail on parole for sexual assault.

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Don’t call the police because you are causing a disturbance on a public bus because you didn’t want to wear your face covering, especially if you are on parole for sexual assault and you have outstanding warrants,” the Riverside Police Department said.

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Sankona Graham, a 27-year-old transient of Moreno Valley did just that yesterday afternoon and is now being held without bail at the Robert Presley Detention Center.

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