A man and woman who share a Raleigh apartment have been charged with taking indecent liberties with children over the course of more than three years.
An arrest warrant showed that police arrested Rosalinda Arellano-Moraks, 30, at the apartment at 1316 Steinbeck Drive about 10:45 p.m. Wednesday.
An inmate listing at the Wake County Detention Center showed her name as Arellano-Morkas, while an online report by the City-County Bureau of Investigation, which handles booking for people arrested by all law enforcement agencies in the county, lists her as Arellano-Morales.
Police arrested Jesus Paredes-Ochoa, 29, in the 4100 block of Wake Forest Road about 3:30 Thursday morning.
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Arrest warrants charged that Paredes-Ochoa had been involved with one of three children from the start of 2012 and through Tuesday.
The warrants accused Arellano-Moraks of being involved with all three children from Jan. 1, 2012, through Wednesday.
Police said the children knew Arellano-Moraks and Paredes-Ochoa before the incidents.
Police declined to disclose the children’s ages or gender. Indecent liberties charges apply when a child is under 16 and the person charged is at least 16 and at least five years older than the child.
Arellano-Moraks was held in lieu of $2 million bail. Paredes-Ochoa was held in lieu of $500,000 bail. Both had court appearances set for Thursday.