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A California man who was arrested in July for alleged possession of child pornography but who bailed out and was released has been arrested again — this time for allegations of rape, police say.

The Covina Police Department announced that Ramon Elias-Zavala was arrested on Aug. 9 over rape allegations and remains in custody.

Elias-Zavala was previously arrested on July 15 after police executed a search warrant at his home for alleged possession of child pornography. During the investigation, detectives stated they learned that Elias-Zavala had been communicating with a female juvenile, which detectives identified and located in the Covina area.

After interviewing the minor, police determined the girl to be a victim of several sexual assault incidents involving Elias-Zavala.

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A Covina, Calif. man who was arrested in July for alleged possession of child pornography but bailed out and was released has been arrested again, this time for allegations of rape, according to the Covina Police Department.
(Covina PD)

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Covina PD is looking for any potential victims associated with Elias-Zavala. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Detective Manny Esquivel at 626-384-5621.

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