Parolee jailed, accused of having sex with a minor
He was arrested last month hiding in a trash can, tears streaming past the swastika tattoos on his face.
On Wednesday, Daniel Aaron Rowden was jailed again, this time on suspicion of having sex with a 17-year-old girl, the Yuba County Sheriff's Department reported.
"We believe the relationship started when she was 16," Lt. Damon Gil said Thursday.
The 25-year-old Olivehurst parolee, who is also known by the nickname "Suspect," was arrested around 11 a.m. Wednesday during a probation search at a home in the 5300 block of Feather River Boulevard, according to jail records.
Deputies also found heroin, methamphetamine and several syringes, Gil said.
The teenager was not arrested.
Rowden was booked into the Yuba County Jail on $41,000 bail on suspicion of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, possession of a controlled substance — both felonies — and an additional charge for allegedly committing a felony while out of jail on a prior charge.
Rowden had previously been wanted on a parole violation and had been on the run for several days before he was captured on Oct. 20 while hiding and crying inside a trash bin on Arboga Road in Olivehurst.
He was released from jail some time later and ordered to appear in court.
Gary E. Shipman, 41, lives in the home where deputies found Rowden on Wednesday and was also arrested on drug charges, Gil said.
Rowden has an extensive petty criminal history in Yuba County including convictions for drugs, theft and resisting arrest. He was on parole since 2008 when he pleaded no contest to vehicle theft, according to Yuba County court records.
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