Accused Tarzana Hospital molester who fled to Guatemala for 11 years granted ability to bail out
LA Police/KTLA
Ramon Eduardo Rodas Gaspar is seen in a photo released by Los Angeles police on July 7, 2006

via LA Times and KTLA

LOS ANGELES -- (LA Times/KTLA) -- In 2006, Eduardo Ramon Rodas Gaspar skipped bail and fled to his native Guatemala after he was accused of molesting several female patients at the former Tarzana Hospital where he was a nursing assistant.

For 11 years, he was the target of an international manhunt that came to an end last month when he was extradited on June 29 from Guatemala to the United States.

But two weeks after his return to the U.S., the Los Angeles Police detective who was on his trail from the beginning said she was stunned when a judge granted Gaspar the ability to bail out and denied prosecutors’ requests for higher bail.

“I’m shocked,” LAPD Det. Ninette Toosbuy said. “Let’s say he does skip bail again. … What are we telling our victims? What kind of message are we sending to them?”

FULL STORY: Accused Tarzana Hospital molester who fled to Guatemala for 11 years granted ability to bail out - LA Times / KTLA

Comments