A man who, according to the police, has an unhealthy obsession with young women enrolled in a local dance studio, was surprised when he entered the surveillance of one of his naked victims before giving himself pleasure in his bedroom while he sleeps.
The disturbing incident was captured in the home security camera at approximately 2:40 a.m. last Thursday in the 14100 block of Stanislaus Court in Fontana, California.
Jonathan Emmanuel Ward, the 21-year-old suspect, appears in the images published by the police who throw themselves into the family's house, without clothes, before heading towards the staircase.
Ward looks at the security camera and moves the silent signal with his hand.
Then he crawls upstairs, where he opens a door and turns on the light to make sure no one is inside before he turns off the light.
A man the police say has an unhealthy obsession for the girls involved in a local dance studio was caught by surveillance when entering the house of one of his naked victims
The naked intruder looks at the security camera and moves the silent signal with his hand
It is seen in video at 2:40 a.m. last Thursday up the stairs to the house
The police think he knew where the girl lived because he had followed her home after the dance.
That's when she approaches the next door, where the 13-year-old girl sleeps in her room.
The man begins to caress in front of her before the horrified teenager hears it, wakes up and starts screaming. Their screams can be heard in the surveillance video.
Jonathan Emmanuel Ward, the 21-year-old suspect, was arrested and jailed after the girl's mother reported the incident immediately after leaving the house.
The suspect, who is still naked, bangs on the door and goes down the stairs to leave the house.
Police arrested him later on Thursday at his residence in the 7000 block of Nebraska Street. The boy's mother immediately reported the incident after it occurred early that morning.
The Fontana police department official, Jay Sayegh, spoke at a press conference on Wednesday.
"In interviewing the suspect, the detectives were able to identify other potential victims, and we believe that there are many additional victims who may not have reported this crime and that is mainly the focus of this," said Sayegh.
Based on the evidence gathered, he said that they believe Ward had a growing obsession with young dancers enrolled in a studio in the Inland Empire.
The officer said the suspect attacked the girls on social media, and probably followed them home.
The disturbing incident was captured in the home security camera at home in the 14100 block of Stanislaus Court in Fontana, California (top)
"In this case, he could only see the published photographs and was able to reduce and identify the residents of the victims in this case.
"We also suspect that he may have followed some victims home from the dance studio, but that is something we are investigating."
There are three confirmed victims as of now, but the police believe there are many more.
Ward has been accused of suspicion of theft, child molestation and indecent exposure.
He was hired on Thursday at the West Valley Detention Center and received a bail of $ 1 million due to a similar case he was involved in last year.
Ward is in the photo above on Facebook. The police believe that it has many more young victims