Two victims of a teenaged attacker in Murrieta are fearful he may strike again, according to a news report.
The boy, whose name has been kept confidential because he is a minor, was sentenced to time served when he pleaded guilty to the Feb. 2, 2011, brutal attack in the restroom at Chuck E Cheese in Murrieta, The Press-Enterprise reported.
Menifee resident Nora Reynoso was in the women's restroom at the pizza restaurant when she says the teen, then 16, entered, threw her to the ground and began assaulting her.
"He just kept telling me to 'shut up,' 'shut up,' and when I wouldn't shut up he would sock me," Reynoso told Patch at the time.
She was rescued by her boyfriend, and the boy was arrested by Murrieta police after they arrived on scene.
In a separate incident reported by Murrieta police Aug. 31, 2011, victims say he again attacked. This time he groped a 20-year-old woman in the parking lot at Rancho Las Brisas Apartments on Hancock Avenue.
The boy, now 17, was sentenced this week to 60 to 120 days in juvenile hall for the latest incident, the victims told the newspaper.
The two victims met in court, according to the news report.