Illegal immigrant is arrested for & # 39; sexual abuse of his 15-year-old stepdaughter & # 39; – the SEVENTH such case in a suburb of Maryland in just five weeks
- A Honduran citizen is illegally accused of raping his stepdaughter
- Emilio Carrasco-Hernandez, 37, has been accused of second-degree rape, third and fourth-degree sexual offenses and sexual abuse of a minor in Maryland
- The victim's mother came in when one of the alleged violations took place
- She called the police, but claimed it was fed by her husband's drinking
- Montgomery police say that since July 25, at least seven undocumented immigrants have been arrested for alleged rape and sexual assaults
A Honduran citizen is illegally accused of raping his stepdaughter in Maryland, which is the seventh case in the area in a few weeks.
Emilio Carrasco-Hernandez, 37, was deported from the United States less than three years ago, but returned illegally on an unknown date, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials said WJLA.
His alleged victim, 15, spoke to the police of Montgomery County and said that Carrasco-Hernandez had sexually abused her several times between August 16 and August 25.
Emilio Carrasco-Hernandez, 37, (photo), is accused of raping his stepdaughter in Maryland, which is the seventh case with an undocumented migrant in the area in a few weeks
She claimed that after one of the attacks she was unable to go to the bathroom because the & # 39; very painful & # 39; was and her a & # 39; stabbing & # 39; feeling.
On one occasion, the victim claimed that she was in her grandmother's bedroom when Carrasco-Hernandez entered.
He pulled down her pants and underwear and began to bite her shirt.
The 5-foot-7-inch, 200-pound man then slowly walked the victim to the edge of the bed and pulled off his pants.
& # 39; Victim A stated that she could not move and Emilio Carrasco-Hernandez pressed her with his body, & # 39; according to WJLA legal documents.
The victim's mother, Carrasco-Hernandez's wife, claimed to hear sounds in the bedroom and opened the door to a disturbing scene.
She said that she immediately ordered him to leave the house and then called the police.
She said WJLA: & # 39; I shouted, "What's going on here? Tell me the truth!"
& # 39; Everything is coming down for me. It's hard for me because that's my daughter and that's my husband … I'm mad at them both. & # 39;
Montgomery County Police has arrested at least seven undocumented immigrants since 25 July for alleged rapes and sexual assaults
It was reported that an executive order was signed last month that the county has a & # 39; sanctuary jurisdiction & # 39; designated
She told the outlet that she believed the gender & # 39; consensual & # 39; was, but acknowledged that the age of consent in Maryland is 16. The victim's mother said she believed her husband's drinking had completed the incident.
& # 39; My husband, he has trouble drinking. He told me that he was very drunk and told me that he now knew it was not good.
& # 39; But he told me he was not thinking what he was doing right now. You know what it's like when someone is drunk. & # 39;
Carrasco-Hernandez is accused of second-degree rape, sexual abuse of a light, third-degree sex offense and fourth-degree sex offense.
In a statement to WJLA, ICE officials said Carrasco-Hernandez was deported earlier in April 2017, but & # 39; re-entered the United States sometime afterwards & # 39 ;.
It was reported that he could be sentenced to 56 years in prison in all convictions.
He is also faced with up to 20 years in prison for re-entering the US after being deported earlier, according to an ICE official.
Carrasco-Hernandez worked as a dishwasher at an unknown local company until his arrest.
Court documents state that he has three children, including an 11-month-old daughter.
Since July 25, Montgomery County police have arrested at least seven confirmed undocumented immigrants for alleged rapes and sexual assaults.
One victim was 11 at the time and others were only 12, 15 and 16 years old.
It was reported that an executive order was signed last month that the county has a & # 39; sanctuary jurisdiction & # 39 ;.
This means that provincial authorities, including police services, do not have to cooperate with ICE.
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