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Moreno Valley Local Pastor David Helbling Was Arrested For Alleged Child Sexual Assault. If Your Child Has Been A Victim, Please Come Forward For A Free, Confidential Case Evaluation

Moreno Valley Local Pastor David Helbling Was Arrested For Alleged Child Sexual Assault. If Your Child Has Been A Victim, Please Come Forward For A Free, Confidential Case Evaluation

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If Moreno Valley Pastor David Helbling sexually abused you or a loved one, you may seek justice and compensation!

To Qualify :

  • You must have suffered sexual abuse at the hands of Pastor David Helbling or another Church Pastor
  • You must not already have a lawyer

A Moreno Valley Sheriff's press release revealed that their deputies received a call about a past child sexual assault on Hemlock Avenue in Moreno Valley.

The investigators took over, finding out that a local pastor named David Helbling, 79 years old, was the one who assaulted the juvenile victim.

The Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station crew went to a Hemlock Avenue location with a search warrant, gathering evidence of the crime and taking Helbling into custody without incident.

Reporting Deputy: Sergeant Robert Martinez

File # MV240300212

Details:

On Tuesday, January 30, 2024, at 2:25 p.m., deputies assigned to the Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station were dispatched to a report of a past sexual assault of a child that occurred in the 23000 block of Hemlock Avenue, Moreno Valley. Investigators assigned to the Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station assumed the investigation. During the investigation, they learned the juvenile victim had been assaulted by a local pastor identified as David Helbling, a 79-year-old resident of Moreno Valley.

On Wednesday, February 14, 2024, Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station personnel served a search warrant at a property in the 23000 block of Hemlock Avenue, Moreno Valley. During the service of the search warrant, evidence related to the crime was collected, and Helbling was taken into custody without incident. Helbling was later transported to the Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station for processing and subsequently booked at the Robert Presley Detention Center on multiple felony charges related to the crimes against the juvenile victim. Helbling remains in custody, and his bail is set at $2,000,000.00. This is an ongoing investigation, and no additional details are available at this time.

The Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station investigators believe there may be additional victims and encourage anyone with additional information to contact Investigator McCracken at 951-486-6710.

For media inquiries regarding this incident please contact the Media Information Bureau.

Deputies brought Helbling to the Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station for processing and then booked him at the Robert Presley Detention Center on a variety of felony charges of crimes against children.

The investigation continues while Helbling is in custody, with bail set at $2M—Moreno Valley Sheriff’s investigators think there might be more victims out there.

Eligible victims whom Moreno Valley Pastor David Helbling sexually abused are encouraged to request a free, private case review for justice and potential compensation.

In California, three key statutes govern civil lawsuits related to sexual abuse:

  1. Assembly Bill 452 (AB 452): Effective January 1, 2024, this law removes time limits for seeking damages in civil cases arising from childhood sexual assault, allowing victims to pursue justice without time constraints.
  2. Age Limit for Childhood Sexual Abuse: Victims of sexual abuse under 18 must currently be under 40 to potentially qualify for legal action. Seeking guidance from a knowledgeable attorney is crucial for navigating legal complexities.
  3. Claims After 18th Birthday: For incidents after the victim's 18th birthday, there's a ten-year window from the assault or three years from realizing the injury to file a claim, applicable from January 1, 2019, onwards.

Due to the complexity of these statutes, consulting with a qualified attorney experienced in sexual abuse cases is strongly recommended.

Legal professionals can offer personalized guidance to ensure victims understand their rights and options, empowering them to pursue justice and compensation effectively.

Assembly Bill 452 (AB 452) eliminates the time limit for the recovery of damages suffered as a result of childhood sexual assault for civil actions that arise on or after Jan. 1 of 2024.

Anyone that was sexually abused UNDER THE AGE OF 18 must be under the age of 40 to currently be able to qualify, but you should consult with a qualified lawyer experienced with sexual abuse claims.

For incidents after the victim's 18th birthday, the claim can be filed within 10 years of the assault or three years from realizing injury due to the assault. For incidents on or after January 1, 2019, the claim can be filed within 10 years of the assault or three years from realizing injury due to the assault.

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