Two Alleged Molesters In Chino Valley Nabbed A Decade & More After Their Alleged Depravities

Chino Valley authorities last week collared two men believed to have used the access their professional or business activity gave them to underage individuals to sexually abuse minors.
On June 5, detectives with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department arrested and jailed 63-year-old David William Robinson of Chino Hills on suspicion of previous and continuing sexual activity with young boys. He was subsequently booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, where he was incarcerated in lieu of $350,000 bail. Bail was posted for him on Wednesday, June 6.
In May, the sheriff’s department, which serves in the capacity of the City of Chino Hills’ contract police department, was approached by a 21-year-old man who said he was molested on several occasions by Robinson in 2008 and 2009, when he was 11 and 12 years old. According to information available to the Sentinel, the boy at that time was being cared for at a licensed in-home daycare operation in Robinson’s home, which was active from 1993 until 2016.
Following up on the information, investigators were able to engage Robinson in what Robinson believed to be communications with a 14-year-old male juvenile. An arrangement by text to meet for indecent purposes was made and sustained across several phone contacts. All the while, Robinson had been led to believe those exchanges were with the youth, when actually a detective was sending and receiving the texts. When Robinson arrived at Riverside Drive and East End Avenue in Chino to meet the boy, he was arrested.
On June 6, Emil Remo, 44 of Moreno Valley, was arrested on the basis of information suggesting he had molested two girls he had provided private music lessons to in 2004 and 2006, while he was working as a music instructor at the KYR Music Studio in Chino, located at 14560 Pipeline Avenue.
Remo’s two known victims were at that time elementary school-aged students who were receiving private music lesson from him. Both victims are now the age of majority. Investigators have determined that Remo was as of last week still working as a music instructor in which he was providing in-home music lessons for home-schooled students.
Efforts are now being made to determine if there are others victimized by Remo living in the Chino environs.
Mark Gutglueck

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