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Posted Date: 5/7/2014

Since December 15, 2012 Ceres Police Department has received numerous reports of a man exposing himself to young girls in apartment complexes in southeast Ceres between Whitmore Avenue, 10th Street, Roeding and Mitchell Road. The most recent incident occurred on April 5, 2014. The man has been described by witnesses as a white male adult in his late 20s to early 30s. His height is estimated to be between 5ft8 to 6ft tall and he weighs between 170-230 lbs. He has dirty blonde long hair that one witness described as being halfway down his back. On a few of the occasions he was seen wearing jogging clothing and running through the area before exposing himself. Today, a sketch artist from the Department of Justice met with a witness and produced this sketch of the subject for release to the public in hopes that someone recognizes this person. If you know someone who matches this description, please call 911 and notify the police. Please do not attempt to contact this person yourself. Call Crime Stoppers if you know this persons identity.



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Sex Offenses

Bounmy Sidouang
In April of 2017, Ceres Police Detectives began investigating a case of child molestation. During their investigation, they discovered that the suspect, identified as Bounmy Jeff Sidouang 45 Yrs. of Modesto, was sending inappropriate text messages to a 14 yr old female. The texting lead to an inappropriate relationship that lasted approximately six months when it was discovered by a family member. Bounmy Sidouang has avoided investigators and it is possible he may have fled the area. He was last known to drive a black Honda or Acura style vehicle with out of states plates. Bounmy Sidouang has a violent criminal history and should not be approached. If you have information on the whereabouts of Bounmy Jeff Sidouang, please contact Detective Julio Amador at (209) 538-5729 or (209) 652-0340 or your local law enforcement agency.