Glenview Man Gives Herpes to Minor, Charged With Criminal Sexual Assault
After engaging in sexual acts with a 13-year-old girl, Allen Giron’s bond was set at $100,000 Jan. 15.
Glenview resident Allen Giron has been charged with one count of criminal sexual assault after engaging in sexual acts with a 13-year-old Des Plaines girl, according to Cook Country Sheriff’s officials. Bond was set at $100,000 at a bond hearing in Skokie Jan. 15.
As a result of Giron’s sexual interactions with the girl, she has contracted herpes, Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced today. Police were originally notified by the victim’s sister, who told police that her sister had “at least two sexual encounters” with Giron and had recently been diagnosed by a doctor.
According to a Sheriff’s Office press release, the first incident took place on Nov. 28 in a women’s restroom at a fast food establishment in Niles and the second encounter, on Dec. 6, occurred at Giron’s Michal Todd Terrace home in Glenview.
Police took the victim for counseling at Hoffman Estates’ Children’s Advocacy Center, officials said, and on Jan. 13, Giron was taken from his home to police headquarters in Maywood for questioning.
Giron provided detectives with “a written statement detailing the sexual encounters,” officials explained. Family members were also interviewed and the Cook County State's Attorneys Office approved felony charges.
Giron’s will next appear in court Jan. 18 in Skokie.
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