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CPS worker guilty of 16 felonies

Former Yuba County CPS worker guilty of 16 felonies

November 02, 2010 09:37:00 AM

By Ryan McCarthy/Appeal-Democrat 

Yolanda Perez Fryson, Felon

A former Yuba County Child Protective Services worker who falsely told a man he faced child molestation allegations was found guilty Monday of all 16 felony counts – including attempted extortion, attempted grand theft and accepting a bribe.

Yolanda Perez Fryson, 43, is scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 29 in Placer County Superior Court.

Fryson was on administrative leave from her Yuba County job for separate allegations of passing checks with insufficient funds when sheriff's deputies arrested her two years ago in a Starbucks parking lot near her home in Rocklin.

She had told a Roseville man he was the subject of a file she possessed involving child molestation allegations. He contacted Yuba County officials, who in turn alerted the Placer County Sheriff's Department. In an undercover law enforcement operation, the man was given $10,000 that an officer saw Fryson accept Oct. 30, 2008.

Roseville resident Christopher Lindsay, who has filed a lawsuit against Fryson and Yuba County in federal court, said that Fryson told him she could make the charges go away by paying her $10,000.

Child Protective Services failed to adequately supervise Fryson*, according to the suit in federal court in Sacramento.

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