pled not guilty to five charges of committing a lewd act with a child younger than 14 years old. His predatory actions involved two separate victims nearly a decade apart. The 69 year old is accused molesting one girl in 2016 and another girl in 2003 and 2004.
Both girls are relatives of Snow.
Richard Esquivel, Snow’s lawyer, tried to have him released on his own recognizance citing lack of criminal record along with military and police service. Instead, the judge signed an order prohibiting Snow from contacting the victims. The judge also allowed Snow to be a candidate for pre-trial released pending he meets the court officials requirements for reduced bond or an ankle monitor.
Snow turned himself in to the Clovis Police Department when he learned there was a warrant for his arrest. His bond is currently set at $120,000. He faces three felony charges of committing a lewd act with a girl younger than 14 between July 1 and Sept. 18 of last year. He also faces a felony charge of a lewd act with girl younger than 14 from Aug. 1, 2003 and June 30, 2004. In addition, he is charged with a forcible lewd act on that minor during the same time period.
It is unknown whether Snow molested anyone else during his time as a Fresno police office.