REDWOOD CITY (BCN) — A San Francisco man caught repeatedly trying to lure teen girls into his car and asking them to take him to the restroom at a South San Francisco high school campus pleaded no contest to felony charges on Friday, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Frederick Cayabyab, 26 pleaded no contest to three felony counts of communication with a minor for a lewd act and two misdemeanor counts of sexual annoyance of a child, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.
In exchange for entering the plea, Cayabyab will be sentenced to no more than two years and two months in prison when he’s sentenced on April 15, prosecutors said.
He was arrested on Aug. 27 after approaching two girls, ages 13 and 15, near the El Camino High School campus at 1320 Mission St. and asking them if they’d “like to chill” with him in his car, prosecutors said.
The girls declined and took down part of his license plate.
After school that day, he returned to the campus and asked four separate girls between the ages of 14 and 16 to show him to the campus bathroom. Those girls also declined, prosecutors said.
An assistant principal at the school noticed him there and that he seemed to be out of place. When confronted, he drove away from the campus, but the assistant principal took down his license plate.
Police found and arrested him the next day and he was booked into jail, where he remains on $250,000 bail.