Nedron Green is Acquitted of Rape

On April 14, 2015 before the Honorable John Tomberlin in the Victorville Superior Court, Nedron Green was acquitted by a jury of his peers of the charge of forcible rape. Nedron Green hired Attorney Brian Skibby of the Law Offices of Brian E. Skibby who represented him in his 5 day trial.

Below is the original article from Mr. Green’s arrest.

By Jose Quintero
Staff Writer
Posted Sep. 9, 2014 at 4:54 PM
Updated Sep 9, 2014 at 4:57 PM

VICTORVILLE — An Adelanto man accused of raping a woman while she baby-sat at his friend’s Barstow home over the weekend was facing felony charges in a Victorville courtroom this week.

Nedron Lavoy Green pleaded not guilty Tuesday to rape by force or fear charge, a felony, court records show. Green, 24, in due back in court Sept. 17 for a pre-preliminary conference, court records show.

Barstow police arrested Green early Saturday morning at Mollie’s Pub, located at 1309 East Main Street, after the 19-year-old victim reported the rape Friday night.

Police responded to an apartment on the 500 block of East Fredricks Street for a report of a rape at approximately 10:47 p.m. Friday night, police said. The victim told police a man pushed in the “unlocked, slightly ajar” front door and walked inside while she was baby-sitting a child.

The victim allegedly told the man to leave, but he forcibly raped her and then left the apartment, police said.

Police began their investigation and learned the alleged suspect was an acquaintance of the woman for whom the victim was baby-sitting. Police immediately began a search for Green and received a tip at approximately 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning that he was at Mollie’s Pub.

“When the victim told the mother what happened, the mother provided Green’s name and his Facebook profile to officers who were able to locate him,” Lt. Mike Hunter said.

Police arrived at the pub, then detained and arrested Green on suspicion of rape by force or fear, police said.

Green is currently being held at High Desert Detention Center in Adelanto in lieu of $250,000 bail, booking records show.

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to call the Barstow Police Department at 760-256-2211. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call the WeTip Hotline at 800-782-7463 or leave information on the WeTip website at

Jose Quintero can be reached at 760-256-4122 or You can also follow him on Twitter at @DD_JQuintero.

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