Sixty-year-old Guadalupe man arrested for raping 6-year-old

October 16, 2014

GuadalupeGuadalupe police arrested a 60-year-old man Tuesday who is accused of raping a 6-year-old child. [KSBY]

Juan Hernandez Lopez, of Guadalupe, is charged with rape, intercourse with a child under 10, lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14, unlawful sexual intercourse with a victim under 14 and arranging for a meeting with a minor. Lopez is currently in Santa Barbara County Jail on $100,000 bail.

Police first learned of the rape allegations on Oct. 8, six days before they made the arrest. On Wednesday, officers conducted a search of Lopez’s home.

Investigators believe that the sexual assaults occurred at the suspect’s house.

An investigation into the alleged crimes is ongoing.



  1. ml1999 says:

    Do we know if he is a citizen or a legal resident?

    • Perspicacious says:

      How dare you ask that question just because he has a Hispanic name? What a racist. You should be banned from this forum.

    • Zuma7 says:

      It’s not PC to want to know that information.
      It might hurt someone’s feelings to know one way
      or another.

  2. Ted Slanders says:

    This act that Juan Hernandez Lopez did is unconscionable to say the least, and if convicted, he will have many memorable E-ticket rides in prison conducted by his fellow cell mates.

    If it turns out that Mr. Hernandez is guilty, and a Christian, we can thank our Hebrew God Yahweh of our Christian faith that upon Judgment Day he is forgiven of his sin that he perpetuated upon this little girl. This is a part of our faith, where the true Christian can do unspeakable things while on earth, but is nonetheless assured a pass through the Pearly Gates upon their demise! It’s one of the many “hooks” of our faith that please and comfort us.

    Hopefully Mr. Hernandez is a Christian, and if not, most prisoners become one when they arrive in prison for obvious reasons. Therefore, all he has to do is accept Christ, believe in Him, confess his sin, and he will be forgiven and we fellow Christians will get to meet him in heaven, praise!

    “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.” (1 John 1:9)

    “To him all the prophets bear witness that everyone who believes in him receives forgiveness of sins through his name.” (Acts 10:43)

    • aft50s says:

      Ted, hurry along now, your going to be late for your next session.

      • Ted Slanders says:

        Atf50s, thank you for reminding me that I have to give a talk tonight upon the actual topic proposed in my post above to some Christians that are leaving the faith just because of the fact that our God forgives everyone, even Mr. Juan Hernandez Lopez!

        They say that there is no incentive not to sin in the respect of the passages shown above, and that it goes against innate logic and reason. I have to inform them that God’s ways trump mans perceived notions, and it is my job to get them back into the fold of our faith post haste.

        As you can see with my “thumbs down” to my godly post, it looks as though these people can’t accept our Christian God’s word either that was presented in a logical way. I wish I could talk to them as well to equally enlighten them to stay with our faith no matter what.

        Thanks again!

    • ToHellinaHandBasket says:

      Mr. Slanders.

      You mock God. What you have said is partly true. But always using the term “our Hebrew God” does nothing to further your cause if you are a TRUE Christian.

      There is the Trinity. God the Father, the Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Jesus, “God manifest in the flesh.” Fully God, fully Spirit, and fully Man. Jesus died on the cross for ALL of our sins. And after the 3rd day, was resurrected so that He conquered death.

      It is only through Jesus Christ that one can obtain eternal life. No matter what he/she has done in their earthly lives. It’s called the grace of God. I refer you to John 3:16. It is the gift of God the Father to those who would come to a belief in His Son Jesus and repent.

      It is only through confessing our sins and accepting Jesus Christ as our Savior that we can have eternal life with Him in Heaven. That has to be a true REPENTANCE from the heart.

      If Mr. Lopez while spending time in prison which he should, does not accept Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and confess his sins and repents with a true heart, he will likely end up no better than Judas Escariot.

      May I ask you a question? Are you a Messianic Jew? Or a false teacher? And will you let on to why you use the word “Slanders” in your screen name? When it comes to the Word of God, I’m not so sure Slanders is a befitting title.


      • Ted Slanders says:


        Your notion that I mock our Hebrew God is total blasphemy!!! How is this done when I bring forth actual biblical passages in context to the stories herein?! Such insolence will not be looked upon lightly upon your Judgment Day!

        Barring the fact that some say we have a very weak God in Jesus because He was able to be killed, and how can a God be killed in the first place, the rest of your diatribe is in complete agreement with mine shown above.

        Your dual false premise of me being a Messianic Jew or a false teacher may be entertaining to you and your cohorts over coffee and pastry, but NOT to my Hebrew God as you chastise me for bringing forth His true words! Furthermore, do not disparage my given family last name! Who in the hell do you think you are?! Who are YOU to judge in this respect?

        Now, as we agree ALL sins will be forgiven in no matter what any Christian does while on planet earth, and when Mr. Lopez becomes a Christian in prison, let us look forward to the day when we meet him in heaven to discuss his dastardly deed!

        I suggest that you actually read your bible pertaining to judging another, as you have done towards me!

        “Judge not, and you will not be judged; condemn not, and you will not be condemned; forgive, and you will be forgiven;” (Luke 6:37)


        • ToHellinaHandBasket says:

          Ok then Ted. I’d like to be invited to your next Salvation Bus sermon.

          Would you please let me know the time and date so I can attend? I’d like to hear what you have to say in person.

          You wouldn’t be opposed to posting that here would you?

          I await your response.

          Thank you.

          • Ted Slanders says:


            Was there some reason that you didn’t address my refutations to your ungodly manner towards our Hebrew God’s direct words that are within context to the stories at hand and Brother Ted?

            At this time I am holding my “Greyhound Bus Depot Ministries” since I am on medication now that helps me combat diesel smoke inhalation.

            Most of my prostylizing for the faith is done on a spur of the moment basis, but I’ll give you a heads up if one is planned in the future.

  3. Jorge Estrada says:

    The title should read: 60 year old man gets executed for unspeakable crime.

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