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A Cal Fire Fireman Was Arrested and Charged With Exposing Himself at a Car Wash, According to the Sheriff of Sacramento


The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office says that a Cal Fire worker was arrested Thursday for uncovering himself at a Rancho Cordova car wash.

A spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that at 9:45 a.m. on March 30, police were called to the Quick Quack Car Wash on Sunrise Boulevard for a report of a sexual attack. The Rancho Cordova Police Department’s online crime map also shows this. The suspect is said to have shown a woman his hard penis, but the woman drove off before calling the police.

Clifford Robinson Jr., 32, was named by police as a suspect in the case. The Sheriff’s Office said in a news statement that he was arrested at his home on Thursday.

Robinson was taken to the Sacramento County Main Jail on suspicion of exposing himself in a sexual way. He paid the $10,000 bail and was let go the same day he was caught.

A spokeswoman for the Sheriff’s Office, Sgt. Amar Gandhi said Robinson is a known sex offender. As of Friday, Robinson did not appear to be on the Megan’s Law website, which keeps track of sexual predators in California. Robinson was found guilty of three minor counts of indecent exposure in Santa Cruz County in 2015, according to court records.

Records from the Sacramento Superior Court show that Robinson will be tried on Tuesday. It wasn’t clear right away what charges he is facing.

Robinson may still work for Cal Fire, but it wasn’t clear on Friday. The most current payroll information made public by Transparent California shows that he was a Fire Apparatus Engineer in 2022 and made a total of $75,746 that year. Robinson also worked as a firefighter in California from 2018 to 2021, according to open records.

The public is being asked to help the sheriff’s office find any other possible victims.

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