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Griselda Herrera: 12-Year-Old Runaway Girl's Hickeys Reveal Her Illegal Relationship

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A 17-year-old Valley woman has been arrested for harboring a runaway, enticing a child and two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child.

Griselda Herrera was arrested after the 12-year-old girl who she kept at her place returned to her family home, valleycentral.com reports. The family noticed hickeys on the girl's neck and, when they asked her about them, she allegedly told them she had gotten them from Herrera and the two were "girlfriends."

"When confronted by the 12-year-old girl's family," the site reported," Herrera allegedly paused and then replied, 'I love her.'"

She remains jailed with various bonds totaling $120,000.


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