AUBURN, AL (Fox 40) – The seven men accused of conspiring to inappropriately touch underage girls at the Golfland-SunSplash water park in Roseville were allowed to go free on Wednesday.
They all still face charges of committing lewd and lascivious acts on children under 14 years of age, and must return to court on June 27.
The Placer County District Attorney’s Office said there was not enough evidence to formally charge the men on Wednesday, and requested more time to gather more evidence like witness statements and possible surveillance video.
The seven men were arrested on Memorial Day after reports they were grabbing and touching girls at the water park. They are Gursharanpal Banga, 34, Manpreet Singh Dhillon, 26, Lakhveer Singh Gill, 30, Baljinder Singh Khaira, 38, Balwinder Singh Malhi, 32, Dharampal Singh, 21, and Harpreet Singh Talwar, 18.
“It appears that the individuals who were arrested knew each other and worked in a coordinated effort to inappropriately touch several female juveniles,” the police department wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday afternoon.
Roseville Police spokesman Rob Baquera says one of the girls was surrounded by the men.
Police credited the young victims and water park security for …
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