An ultra violent man is imprisoned for 107 years after the terrible wave of five-hour crimes against women

Ulises Omar De La Torre, 36, (photo) was sentenced to 107 years in prison after having sexually assaulted five women in January 2014 during a four-hour spree in two different cities in California. Police officers were alerted to a video image and De La Torre was captured two days after the attacks.

A state in California will no longer threaten innocent women after a judge handed down a 107-year, eight-month sentence for her involvement in a horrendous four-hour, four-city criminal spree four years ago.

Ulises Omar De La Torre, 36, was finally convicted in a Santa Ana court and sent to a state prison after he attacked five women in Garden Grove and Anaheim on January 16, 2014.

He was captured two days later after the cops notified him with images from a surveillance video camera.

Ulises Omar De La Torre, 36, (photo) was sentenced to 107 years in prison after having sexually assaulted five women in January 2014 during a four-hour spree in two different cities in California. Police officers were alerted to a video image and De La Torre was captured two days after the attacks.

Ulises Omar De La Torre, 36, (photo) was sentenced to 107 years in prison after having sexually assaulted five women in January 2014 during a four-hour spree in two different cities in California. Police officers were alerted to a video image and De La Torre was captured two days after the attacks.

The authorities were able to obtain a good description of Ulises Omar De La Torre, who on January 16, 2014, sexually assaulted five women in two different cities in California. He was finally arrested two days later.

The authorities were able to obtain a good description of Ulises Omar De La Torre, who on January 16, 2014, sexually assaulted five women in two different cities in California. He was finally arrested two days later.

The authorities were able to obtain a good description of Ulises Omar De La Torre, who on January 16, 2014, sexually assaulted five women in two different cities in California. He was finally arrested two days later.

De La Torre will also have to register as a sex offender for life.

The first of five nighttime attacks within a two-mile radius occurred around 5:15 PM when De La Torre tried to talk to his victim in a conversation while walking home from work.

She rejected his advances before hitting the woman on the head several times and tried to lower her pants.

He then tried to kidnap the woman, but his brave fight and the continuous cries forced him to flee.

The lifelong criminal, who was previously convicted of attempted murder and street terrorism, illegally entered another woman's house before arriving at 7:15 PM.

Then he grabbed her and stabbed her in the back and arm.

But as soon as her boyfriend arrived at the house, he somehow managed to escape from the scene.

In a testimony in court, one of the victims, a university student, mentioned how much she fought during the first months of the attack.

& # 39; The first months after the attack were the most difficult. I had problems with my appearance, "he recalled." It was very difficult to walk on campus with people constantly looking at me because of bruises, swelling and stitches. "

"You will see that it was not me who attacked that night with his angry blows to the head and arms with the knife," said another victim in court. "You attacked my whole family, my heart, my soul and my reason for everything."

Ulises Omar De La Torre, who was sentenced for 107 years for sexually assaulting five women in January 2014, had also been convicted of attempted murder and street terrorism.

Ulises Omar De La Torre, who was sentenced for 107 years for sexually assaulting five women in January 2014, had also been convicted of attempted murder and street terrorism.

Ulises Omar De La Torre, who was sentenced for 107 years for sexually assaulting five women in January 2014, had also been convicted of attempted murder and street terrorism.

In a testimony in court, one of the victims, a university student, mentioned how much she fought during the first months of the attack.

& # 39; The first months after the attack were the most difficult. I had problems with my appearance, "he recalled." It was very difficult to walk on campus with people constantly looking at me because of bruises, swelling and stitches. "

"You will see that it was not me who attacked that night with his angry blows to the head and arms with the knife," said another victim in court. "You attacked my whole family, my heart, my soul and my reason for everything."

De La Torre hit once more, around 7:50 PM, this time in Anaheim, when he tried to enter the room of two women while opening the door of his hotel room.

The police report from the Anaheim Police Department said De La Torre pulled out a knife and cut both of them in the "head, face and arms" and attempted to kill one of the women.

But again he was able to escape the scene without being caught.

A woman who enjoyed her nocturnal jogging session at 9:00 PM was unexpectedly beaten several times by De La Torre. He threw her on the floor and assaulted her without stopping while "pulling on clothes" and then left.

He was convicted of attempted murder, kidnapping to commit a sex crime, two counts of torture, two counts of assault with the intent to commit a sex crime, assault with the intent to commit a sex crime in the commission of first degree theft , first degree of robbery and assault.

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