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46-year-old nurse accused of kidnapping boys

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - A 46-year-old man is being held on $100,000 cash bail accused of abducting two boys and molesting one of them.

Parents often tell their children not to talk to strangers but it appears two boys may have went against their parents' advice.

According to court documents, it was Saturday afternoon when 46-year-old Jesus Olivar went to the park to watch the children play.

But he would do more than just watch from the sidelines as the boys later reported an incident to police - that Olivar allegedly blocked them with his car and threatened to run them over if they didn't get in.

The children ran - all but one - an 11-year-old boy who stopped and entered the vehicle. Another boy, also 11-years-old, reported that he also got in the car to make sure nothing happened to his friend.

When questioned by police, court documents state Olivar reported that the boys entered his car and he took them to his place where he performed oral sex on one of them in the bathroom for twenty minutes. Olivar then dropped the boys back to a church in Dededo.

As a result, Olivar was arrested and charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct as a first degree felony and two counts of kidnapping as a second degree felony.

KUAM News has confirmed with department of public health and social services director James Gillan that Olivar is employed at his agency as a licensed practical nurse since April 2012. Olivar was stationed at the Northern Health Center.

Olivar is currently behind bars on $100,000 cash bail. His next court appearance is scheduled for February 5th.

Aside from teaching kids how to handle dangerous situations, the National Crime Prevention Council advises that parents know where their children are at all times and ask permission or check in before going anywhere, point out safe places to go in the event that there's trouble, teach children how to trust their instincts and that if they ever feel uncomfortable to run away and tell an adult, and to teach children to be assertive and that it's okay to say no to an adult.
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