MADERA — Victor Yslas, 32, of Fresno, was convicted on Oct. 16, of seven felony counts, including kidnaping, sexual assault and possession of pornographic photographs of a child under the age of 14, announced Madera County District Attorney Michael R. Keitz.Deputy District Attorney Sally Moreno presented evidence that in 2010, Yslas kidnapped a young girl and took her to a public restroom in a Madera park, where he indecently photographed and assaulted her.
Yslas was apprehended by the Madera Police Department, according to Keitz. Yslas had previously been twice convicted of felony assault with a deadly weapon resulting in great bodily injury, for which he served time in state prison.
Each of Yslas’ prior assault convictions is a strike under California’s “Three Strikes and You’re Out” law. He will be sentenced on Jan. 3, 2013, in the Madera Superior Court, when he faces a life sentence in state prison for the seven new felony convictions.