‘Low risk’ registered sex offender arrested after San Angelo child makes outcry of abuse
SAN ANGELO, TX – A San Angelo man, previously convicted for indecency with a child in 1995, has been arrested in connection to a recent child sex abuse case, according to court documents obtained Monday, May 16.
A child, 11, made an outcry of sexual abuse and named a San Angelo man. The child stated the man had inappropriately touched them multiple times between Jan. 5, 2020 through Nov. 29, 2020, in San Angelo, according to the arrest affidavit.
During an interview with investigators, the man admitted to what the child reported, records state.
Deputies arrested Reymundo Luna, 61, on suspicion of continuous child sex abuse of a child younger than 14 years old. He remained in Tom Green County Detention Center with no bond listed as of 4:45 p.m. Monday, according to online jail records.
Luna previously pleaded guilty to four counts of indecency with a 9-year-old child in Tom Green County in 1995, for which he received 10 years deferred adjudication, a type of probation that could have helped him avoid conviction if he followed the rules of the agreement.
That probation was revoked in 2005 due to unsupervised meetings with a child younger than 17, being within 1,000 feet of a place children congregated and not going to counseling. He was then sentenced to 4 years in prison.
The Texas Public Sex Offender Registry listed Luna as “low risk. ” This means he “pose(d) a low threat to the community in terms of engaging in further criminal sexual conduct,” according to nealdavislaw.com.