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Former Henrico daycare worker accused of child sex crimes denied bond

Former Henrico daycare worker accused of child sex crimes denied bond

According to WTVR CBS in Virginia, a former Henrico daycare worker accused of sexually abusing two children was denied bond Monday by a Henrico County judge.

Rahman Jordan Rypkema was indicted on two counts of aggravated sexual battery of a minor under the age of 13.

The 32-year-old is a former employee at the Tuckaway Child Development & Early Education Center in Varina.

The first alleged incident of abuse allegedly occurred from September 2018 to February 2019. The other occurred on or about February 12, 2019.

The second incident reportedly occurred at the Henrico daycare.

Rypkema is due back in court for a hearing on Wednesday, May 1.

“No child is a match for a seasoned pedophile. Children become groomed and compliant for what’s going on,” said nationally recognized sex abuse attorney Jeff Herman.

If you or someone you love was sexually abused by a person in a position of trust, you are not alone. Empower yourself. Step forward and ensure the world is a safer place for children. Herman Law can help you and your family find healing and seek justice.

For more than 25 years, Jeff has enjoyed a reputation for aggressive and tireless advocacy on behalf of his clients. He represents clients of all ages and is renowned for his ability to develop a rapport with young children in particular. Jeff is trained in forensic interviewing techniques that minimize the trauma and anxiety that child victims can experience when reporting their abuse while maintaining the integrity of the disclosure.

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