A Rock Hill man arrested after a young girl was twice treated for a sexually transmitted infection, according to police.
Amador Rubio-Sanchez, 35, is charged with two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor, according to jail records. He remained in the York County Detention Center on Tuesday without bond.
Rubio-Sanchez was arrested Sunday. Rock Hill Police were first contacted by a representative of the Assessment and Resource Center in Columbia, who told officers a Rock Hill pediatrician had a case involving two young female patients. Their mother brought one of them to the office on Feb. 4 for what doctors later determined was a sexually transmitted infection.
The girl had previously been treated for a sexually transmitted infection in July 2015, police said. The S.C. Department of Social Services was notified and both girls were placed in DSS custody, where they remained this week.
A police report was taken after the victim’s 2015 doctor visit; however, Capt. Mark Bollinger, a Rock Hill Police spokesman, said no charges were brought because investigators had no specific information on a possible suspect.
Both girls identified Rubio-Sanchez as the suspect after the most recent incident, he said. Rubio-Sanchez was arrested after an investigation.