Police have arrested a 29-year-old Lincoln man suspected of sexually assaulting a girl at his mother's in-home child care over several years.
In an affidavit for Victor Meza Vildales' arrest, Officer Tyler Nitz, an investigator in the Special Victims Unit, said a 15-year-old girl came forward to a police officer about her allegations in November, saying Vildales abused her multiple times from ages 8 to 11.
Nitz said the teenager described in a forensic interview sexual contact Vildales had with her about five years ago when she went to Dulce Meza, a child care center in Vildales' mother's home at 3080 T St.
Vildales lived in the home at the time, Nitz said.
Police let Vildales go home after he provided a statement May 15.
On Thursday, the Lancaster County Attorney's Office charged him with first-degree sexual assault of a child. An arrest warrant was issued Friday.
Vildales' mother, Claudia Meza, has had the state-licensed child care in her home since 2009.
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