Felon to Stand Trial for Allegedly Trying to Recruit Girl for Sex Services

A convicted sex trafficker accused of cornering a Winchester girl riding her bike and trying to persuade her to work for him as a prostitute must stand trial for false imprisonment and other charges, a judge ruled Friday.

Isaac Symeon Bragg, 43, of Hemet was arrested last month following a Riverside County Sheriff’s Department investigation.

After a preliminary hearing Friday at the Southwest Justice Center, Superior Court Judge F. Paul Dickerson ruled there was sufficient evidence to warrant a trial on the false imprisonment count, as well as attempted human trafficking, felony annoyance of a child and a sentence-enhancing allegation of targeting a vulnerable victim.



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