Los Osos High School staff notified the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department about a secret recording device located by a staff member in a girl’s student restroom, a discovery that led to a school employee being attacked on Tuesday, August 24. Arrested on suspicion. confidentiality, officials said on Wednesday.
Detectives for the Sheriff’s Department, also known as the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department, unearthed evidence that led to the arrest of 54-year-old David Riden, whom officers believe he took in the bathroom. I had kept the camera. Riden was booked into the West Valley Detention Center.
Detectives obtained search warrants for Riden’s residence and vehicle, where they confiscated several electronic devices. The investigation is ongoing and no further details were released, sheriff’s detective Donald Patton said.
Riden has been employed at Los Osos High School as a boys’ locker room attendant and assistant coach for the varsity football team since 2015. Officials said that on the afternoon of Tuesday, August 24, following a camera discovery, Riden resigned and is no longer employed in the school district.
Anyone with information related to the investigation was urged to call the Sheriff’s Department’s Detective Bureau at (909) 477-2800. Those who choose to remain anonymous can call V-Tip at 1-800-78-CRIME.