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 September 20th, 2006  
St. Lucie County Sheriff Mascara asks possible victims to contact detectives following arrest of Port St. Lucie man

Three times since May, a man has been stalking young girls at school bus stops. 

St. Lucie County Sheriff’s detectives in mid-September arrested a Port St. Lucie man for one of those incidents, and St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara believes there may have been other intended victims. 

Charged with a single felony count of interference with child custody is Mark Dedominicis, 52, who describes his occupation as guitar player, and who lives at 8267 South U.S.1, Port St. Lucie. Additional charges are pending. 

“I urge parents to talk to their children to see if they have been stalked at school bus stops,” Sheriff Mascara said. “If parents think this may have happened, please call 9-1-1, and we’ll send a Deputy Sheriff to take a report.” 

Dedominicis was jailed without bond late Friday night after detectives interviewed him. This morning, Circuit Court Judge Dan L. Vaughn ordered Dedominicis’ continued confinement without bond.  

The incident resulting in Dedominicis’ arrest took place Sept. 5 near Oleander Avenue and Kanner Drive in unincorporated St. Lucie County south of Fort Pierce.

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