Illegal Alien Crimes in North Carolina - An exclusive Social Contract report

By Dave Gibson
Published in The Social Contract
Volume 25, Number 1 (Fall 2014)
Issue theme: "Illegal Alien Crimes in North Carolina"
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In recent years, the number of crimes attributed to illegal aliens throughout the state of North Carolina has virtually exploded. Twenty-five years ago, one would be hard-pressed to find any mention of “immigration detainers” in any of the state’s 100 county jails. However, those same booking logs now seem to suggest the state is under foreign invasion.

Though the state’s capital of Raleigh is more than 1,500 miles from the border town of McAllen, Texas, so-called “sanctuary policies” and the lack of a meaningful E-Verify law, combined with the federal government’s refusal to enforce our immigration laws, have turned North Carolina into a “virtual border state.”

Unfortunately, the state is likely to be a bellwether for what lies ahead for the entire country if our elected representatives continue to turn a blind eye to the disastrous and often deadly consequences of maintaining an open border with Mexico.

While this report contains many startling statistics and gut-wrenching accounts of the human cost being wrought by illegal aliens on the citizens of North Carolina, the fact that over a ten-year span, more than 100 North Carolinians were killed by those here illegally, certainly stands out.

Between January 1, 2003 and December 31, 2013, illegal aliens killed 124 people across the state of North Carolina.

Most of these folks were killed in alcohol-fueled vehicle crashes, some were stabbed, beaten, or shot to death, and one was strangled to death while she was being raped.

• On June 3, 2010, Rene Pinto Melendez, 41, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, second-degree rape, and larceny, in the grisly death of 48-year-old Patricia Denise Lamb.

Lamb died as a result of asphyxiation, according to the medical examiner.

After Melendez raped and strangled Lamb, he stole the victim’s jewelry and cell phone, which later helped convict the Honduran national.

Sampson County Superior Court Judge Ripley Rand sentenced Melendez to 25 years in prison.

While many Americans have simply accepted such crimes as a sad fact of life in states such as Texas or Arizona, most would likely be surprised to discover the mounting death toll in North Carolina, a state far removed from the Mexican border.

Unfortunately, due to our federal government’s unwillingness to actually secure the border and fully enforce our current immigration laws, the state of North Carolina has been transformed into a border state.

What follows are the names of those who have been killed in North Carolina by illegal aliens every year since 2003:

2013

Jayden Desmond Omarri Bush, 3 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – September 23; Shaquise Sharvelle Bush, 19 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – September 18; 
Natalie J. Chidlaw, 18 (vehicular homicide) Cary – June 15; Timothy James Minor, 64 (vehicular homicide) Greensboro – March 30; Tony Jonquil Gabriel, 26 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – March 16; William D’Ari Perry, 18 mos. (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – March 16; 
Justin Troy Holland, 23 (vehicular homicide) Eden – March 1; Paul R. Crutchfield, 43 (vehicular homicide) Carolina Beach – February 24; Craig Spencer Morris, 50 (shot to death) Fayetteville – February 19.

2012

Adam Kempf, 12 (vehicular homicide) Coats – October 25; Wesley Eugene Turner, 35 (stabbed) Polkton – September 28; James “Mark” Wilson, 43 (vehicular homicide) Reidsville – September 9; 
Phillip David Sayer, 51 (vehicular homicide) Greensboro – July 10; 
Sharon Lea Sayer, 56 (vehicular homicide) Greensboro – July 10; Elizabeth “Hope” Cutler, 32 (stabbed to death) Washington – June 27; Ray Levon Horsley, 58 (vehicular homicide) Concord – June 23; Vinson Junior Oxendine, 31 (autopsy?) Maxton – June 21; Richard “Jap” Snider, 50 (shot) Charlotte – June 5; 
Carlleena Ieasha Person, 32 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – May 20
Kimberly Hoyle, 39 Rocky Mount – January 21; Grabriel Paul Valdez, Sr., 50 (multiple shots) Rockford − January 11.

2011

Calvin John Spencer, Jr., 51 (run over) Garner – November 30; 
Joseph Wayne Storie, 51 (vehicular homicide) Kill Devil Hills − October 5; 
MCalvin “Sarge” Raines, 83 (vehicular homicide) Henderson County − September 19; 
Philip W. “Ashley” Munson, 51 Louisburg − August 12
; Maria Patricia Perez-Godinez, 15 (stabbed 30x) Jordan Lake − August 6
4; Brianna M. McLaughlin, 17 (vehicular homicide) Spring Hill − July 5; 
Crystal Leigh Gigliotti, 21 (stabbed to death) Durham − May 4; 
Freddie Lane, 47 (run over) Raleigh − April 10
; Traven Olsson Keigley, 16 (Ohio resident) Hillsborough − March 30; 
William Alan Sweezer, 53 (S.C. resident) Charlotte – March 12; Leota Antoinette Chaney, 45 (bludgeoned) Pink Hill − February 22; 
Teresa Ann Pierce Harrelson, 49 (multiple shots) Fremont − January 1.

2010

Cedric Maurice Thomas, 30 (punched in throat) Henderson – December 20; 
Larry Leo Raines, 50 (auto) Fayetteville – December 16; Amber Louise Nalley Reed, 26 (auto) Henderson County – October 25; Theresa “Teri” Nicole Seaver, 23 (auto) Henderson County – October 24; Charles “Chuck” Joseph Novak, 22 (auto) Henderson County – October 24; 
Gail Evans Kimble, 55 (auto) Henderson County – October 24; 
Alvin McClenan Kimble Jr., 60 (auto) Henderson County – October 24; 
Brittany Blakely 18 (auto) Asheboro − October 23; 
Kristie Michelle Jernigan Lee 37 (auto) Mount Olive – October 17; Donald Carl Reynard, 70 (Missouri resident) Holly Springs – October 10; 
Jamar Pettis, 37 (vehicular homicide) Jacksonville – October 9; 
Kendy Patricia Funez, 25 (shot in face) Salisbury – August 19; 
David Wayne Smith, 36 (shot) Haw River – July 19; 
Elizabeth Holmes Reyes, 28 (shot) Smithfield – July 1;
Corey Martel Terain, 24 (multiple shots) Winston-Salem – June 27; Tyrell Lemonz Wheeler, 25 (multiple shots) Winston-Salem – June 27; Ammie Delois Kea, 52 (vehicular homicide) Willard – April 10; 
Joey Elston Kea, 48 (vehicular homicide) Willard – April 10; 
John “Michael” Sullivan, 24 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – March 13; 
Timothy Brett Parrish, Jr., 24 (hit-and-run/death) Durham – March 6; 
Bryant Keith Mitchell, 37 (hit-and-run/death) Durham-March 6.

2009

Yuriy A. Kharutokov, 32 (shot) Stallings – December 20; 
Jurgen Dietmar Cheston, 48 (stabbed to death) Raleigh – August 16
; Edrick LaShon Smith, 29 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte − August 16; 
Patricia Denise Lamb, 49 (asphyxiation/rape) Clinton – July 26; 
Catherine Ann nee Webb Flores, 34 (shot) Scotland Neck – July 4; 
Patsy Eason-Barefoot, 60 (asphyxiation/ribs broken) Raleigh – June 26; 
Ronald “Ronnie” Dale Viehweger, 40 Newton Grove – May 24; 
Daniel Hugh McKenzie, 58 (killed in SC) Charlotte – May 6
; Maureen McKenzie, 64 (killed in SC) Charlotte – May 6; 
William Bryan Barber Sr., 45 Burlington – April 5; 
MCharles C. Clements, Jr. 27 (shot) Spring Lake – March 29
; Thaddeus Jerrod Harris, 24 (shot) Hillsborough – March 16; 
Lewis Avery Gray, 71 (run over) Raleigh – March 11; 
June P. Carlyle, 49 (shot) Garner – February 24.

2008

Paulette Locklear, 64 (beat to death) Fayetteville – December 16; 
Eric Junior “Jody” Jones, 36 (shot) Mebane – December 5; 
Arthur Bentley Hart, 42 Sunny Point – October 11; 
Brilly Mendez, 4 (skull fracture) Taylorsville – August 27
; Brian Keith Atkins, 40 (shot) Kernersville – August 24
; Bobby Glenn McLamb, 62 (beat to death), Dunn – May 28; 
Marcus Lassiter, 7, Four Oaks – April 13
; Harold Jason Mills, 74 (vehicular homicide) Pitt County – March 22; 
Martin Lewis Fetterman Jr., 58 Newton Grove – March 15
; Kristy Lea Senter, 27 (stabbed) Graham – January 27
; Martin Garza, 43 (shot) Pender County – January 21.

2007

Maria Frances Lauterbach, 20 (bludgeoned) Jacksonville – December 14; 
Gabriel Joseph Lauterbach (unborn child) Jacksonville – December 14; 
Andrew Russell “Drew” Newell, 22 Boone – November 24; 
Dallas Rammondra Warren, 30 (shot) High Point – October 24
; Crystal Joan Cargua, 17 Guilford County – September 23
; Sylvester McClain, 19 Guilford County – September 23
; Reginald McEachan, 25 Rockingham – August 4
; George Alwyn Smith, 54 Raleigh – June 24
Dacus Lamont Sims, 32 Charlotte – April 22
; Jerry Dwane Braswell, 35 Johnston County – March 4
; Jerry Dwane Braswell Jr., 9 Johnston County – March 4; 
Leeanna C. Newman, 20 Landis – February 6; 
Bianca Cheyenne Newman, (unborn daughter) Landis – February 6.

2006

Sue Coble Self Williamson, 54 Raleigh – November 5; 
Helen Meghan Hughes, 22 (S.C. resident) Sanford – October 27
; Ben Richard Leonard, 16 (S.C. resident) Sanford – October 27; 
Jennifer Elaine Carter, 18 Sanford – October 27; 
Christopher Dale Emanuel, 20 (beat/shot) Shannon – June 26; 
Benedict B. Randolph, 52 (vehicular homicide) Wilmington – June 3
; Damien Aguilar, 2 Jacksonville – April 10; 
Baby Hernandez (unborn child) Johnston County – February 25; 
Hester “Faye” Coleman, 62 (vehicular homicide) Orange County – January 21.

2005

Tamela Kay Gordon, 34 (strangled, throat slit) Hendersonville – December 30; Lavonda Todd Kennedy, 66 (run over/dragged) Lenoir County – December 13; 
Cleveland Donnell Garmon 41 (multiple stabs) Monroe – December 20; 
Ricky Duane Hartsell, 45 (multiple stabs) Monroe – December 20
; Robert Yates Dewey, 16 (vehicular homicide) Caldwell County – November; 
Min Soon Chang, 18 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – November 18; Yolanda Renee Cotten, 22 (shot) Charlotte – September 13; 
Immanuel Lamar Green, 19 (shot) Charlotte – August 6; Scott Gardner, 33 (vehicular homicide) Supply – July 17; 
Tina Gardner, 31(coma) Supply – July 17;
Frances Stewart, 85 (vehicular homicide) Columbus County – June 11; 
Shawn Michael Robinson, 23 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – May 20; 
Jasmine Lawrence, 21 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – April; Tony Grier, 49 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – March.

2004

Natalie Renee Housand, 20 (vehicular homicide) Tabor City – December 19
; David Howard McBride, 52 (GA resident) Goldston – August 24
; Wanda T. McBride, 52 (GA resident) Goldston – August 24
; Michael K. Stowe Jr., 31 (head-on collision) Apex – August 23; 
Frank ‘Buddy’ Cline, 30 (vehicular homicide) Charlotte – February 22.

2003

Christopher Mesa, 2 (neglect/died) Winston-Salem – December 11; 
Roy Lee Bullard, Sr., 50 (shot) Hamlet – October 19
; Sandra Williams n/a (bludgeoned in Tomball, TX)
 Charles Hanley, 75 (stabbed to death) Monroe – June
; Morris Ray Heath, 56 (vehicular homicide) Deep Run – May 17; 
Christopher Parker Heath, 75 Deep Run – May 17.

One of those victims, William D’Ari Perry, was only 18 months old at the time of his death. On March 16, 2013, police in Charlotte arrested Oscar Francisco Garcia-Fuentes, 23, after he reportedly ran through a stoplight and rammed his 2001 Ford Mustang into another vehicle, resulting in the death of two people.

The Charlotte Observer reported:

The wreck occurred around 2:20 a.m., Saturday at the intersection of North Sharon Amity and Albemarle Road. Witnesses told police that the driver of a 2001 Ford Mustang “ was accelerating through the intersection at a speed well above the speed limit” before the collision, a CMPD news release said.

Witnesses told police the Mustang sped through a stoplight without his headlights on and ran into the side of a sedan traveling on Albemarle Road. They said the man then fled [in] the Mustang.1

The driver of the other vehicle died at the scene and was identified as 26-year-old Tony Gabriel of Charlotte.The little boy’s mother, 24-year-old Brittany Massey, who was also hurt in the crash, was taken to Carolina’s Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

In January 2011, Garcia-Fuentes was convicted of driving on a revoked license, for which he received probation and a suspended sentence.

Despite his illegal status in this country, the Mexican national was not picked up by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for deportation. Given the fact that Charlotte is considered a ‘sanctuary city’ for illegal aliens, it is likely that Garcia-Fuentes’ immigration status was ignored by police.

Garcia-Fuentes was charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter as well as three counts of felony hit-and-run, and booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail on an immigration detainer.

More recently, on March 8, 2014, Charlotte Mecklenburg police arrested Victor Alfonso-Manzano Mendez, 29, after he reportedly confessed to hitting a woman crossing a street in Charlotte. Rather than stopping to call for help, Mendez simply fled the grisly scene. The victim, 51-year-old Margaret Rutledge died, at the scene.

WFSA reported:

Investigators said the white Chevrolet Express Van was driving northbound on N. Tryon Street in the left lane when it struck Margaret Rutledge on the median and kept going, turning off on Old Concord Road.

Police said Rutledge moved to Charlotte from Florida three years ago. They said her sister in Florida is saddened to know her sister was killed by somebody and the person didn’t even stop.2

Mendez was charged with felony hit and run and driving without a license, and booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail on an immigration detainer.


One illegal alien has cost one county more than $100,000

In 2003, the Durham city council enacted Resolution 9046, which forbids police officers from inquiring into a suspect’s immigration status, unless they are believed to have committed a “serious crime,” such as rape, murder, etc. This policy has the full support not only of Mayor Bill Bell, but that of Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez as well. One inevitable result of such a policy is an influx of foreign criminals. So, how much is it costing Durham County?

According to the Durham County Budget Office, the daily cost of housing an inmate in the county jail is $98. What follows is the list of inmates being held in the Durham County Jail with ICE holds (as of May 7, 2014):

Aguilar, Edwin Norberto-Valle – 
Date Booked: 5/6/2014; Charge: DUI; Time in Jail: 1 day; Cost: $98

Chaves, Silvestre Alvarado
 – Date Booked: 5/9/ 2011; Charge(s): Rape, Murder; Time in Jail: 1,084 days; Cost: $106,232

Contreras-Palacio, Alfredo
 – Date Booked: 4/16/2014; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Kidnapping;
Time in Jail: 22 days; 
Cost: $2,156

Escribanio, Chontal Oasis
 – Date Booked: 3/29/2014; Charge: Two Counts of DUI; Time in Jail: 39 days; 
Cost: $3,822

Garcia, Jose
– Date Booked: 10/13/2013; Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Three Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, incest, crime against nature;
Time in Jail: 206 days; 
Cost: $20,188

Gomez, Jose Andres-Amador
– Date Booked: 1/6/2013; Charge(s): DUI, Assault w/Deadly Weapon;
Time in Jail: 486 days; Cost: $47,628

Lopez, Rafael Inzunza
– Date Booked: 1/22/2014; Charge(s): Six Counts of Drug Trafficking;
Time Jail: 105 days; 
Cost: $10,290

Luriano-Sanchez, Manuel
– Date Booked: 4/1/2014; Charge: Drug Possession w/Intent to Sell;
Time in Jail: 34 days; 
Cost: $3,332

Machado, Hector Cruz
– Date Booked: 11/13/2013; Charge(s): Three Counts of First-Degree Rape of a Child, Three Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child;
Time in Jail: 175 days;
Cost: $17, 150

Martinez, Irving
– Date Booked: 12/14/2012; Charge(s): Assault w/Deadly Weapon, Attempted Murder, Robbery, Drug Possession, Gang Activity;
Time in Jail: 509 days;
Cost: $49, 882

Perez-Alejandre, Jose Luis
– Date Booked: 1/16/2014; Charge(s): Assault w/Firearm, Three Counts Assault w/Deadly Weapon w/Intent to Kill, Robbery, Larceny, Resisting Arrest;
Time in Jail: 111 days;
Cost: $10,878

Ramirez, Sergio Rodriguez
– Date Booked: 4/3/2014; Charge(s): Trafficking in Cocaine, Resisting Arrest;
Time in Jail: 34 days;
Cost: $3,332

Rojas, Fidencio
– Date Booked: 10/1/2013; Charge(s): Cruelty to Animals, First-Degree Sex Offense w/Child;
Time in Jail: 218 days; 
Cost: $21,364

Sanchez-Rios, Jose
– Date Booked: 8/27/2013; Charge(s): Drug Trafficking;
Time in Jail: 253 days; 
Cost: $24,794

Torres, Francisco Santos
– Date Booked: 7/14/2013; Charge(s): First-Degree Sex Offense w/Child;
Time in Jail: 297 days;
Cost: $29,106

Walii, Hussein
– Date Booked: 4/7/2014; Charge(s): Assault on a Female;
Time in Jail: 30 days;
Cost: $2,940

Zuniga, Guzman Arnold
– Date Booked: 4/6/2014; Charge(s): Assault on a Female
Time in Jail: 31 days;
Cost: $3,038

It should be noted that these are not necessarily all of the illegal aliens currently being detained in the Durham County Jail, as it often takes several weeks or months for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to issue a hold, after the detainee is reported by sheriff’s deputies. For instance, an ICE hold was not returned for 92 days for Jose Sanchez-Rios, after he was booked for drug trafficking.

Remember, these costs have been incurred by only one county in North Carolina. There are 100 counties within the Tarheel state.

As of November 30, 2013, there were a total of 1,634 foreign nationals with felony convictions being serving sentences within the state’s prison system. Not surprisingly, the majority of them (1,142) are Mexican nationals. Illegal aliens from Central America make up the next largest group of state inmates, with 116 from Honduras; 62 from El Salvador; 43 from Guatemala, and eight from Nicaragua.

It should also be noted that due to the numerous so-called “sanctuary cities” within the state, many illegal aliens have simply been allowed to return to the streets after committing crimes, and even served sentences, without ever being reported for deportation. As a result there are currently thousands of these criminal aliens, whom state officials cannot locate.

As of December 2013, the state of North Carolina had 10,798 absconders from probation and/or parole, according to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.

In other words, more than ten thousand criminals have gone into hiding, and are no longer being monitored by law enforcement.

Of those, 3,454 are “confirmed and probable illegal alien absconders,” according to the citizen advocacy group known as North Carolinians for Immigration Reform and Enforcement (NCFIRE).3

A few examples of those now missing follow:

Juan Jesus Gomez, Age: 19; Convicted of a weapons charge on 2/16/2012;
Sentence: Community service, probation

Ogilbio Hernandez-Benitez, Age: 18; Convicted of breaking and entering on 11/20/2012;
Sentence: Probation

Damian Augustin-Matias, Age: 21; Convicted of DUI (Level 2) on 06/09/2009;
Sentence: Probation

Luis Adan Flores, Age: 22; Convicted of operating a motor vehicle w/out a license, drug possession on 11/10/2008;
Sentence: Probation

Francisco Artur Funes-Chicas, Age: 22; Convicted of hit-and-run, resisting arrest, providing false information to police, operating a motor vehicle w/out a license on 05/19/2011;
Sentence: Probation

In addition to the local sanctuary policies shielding illegal aliens from deportation, there is another reason why many of these criminals operate without any fear of the federal government.

In December 2012, the Obama administration quietly issued a memo which only allowed ICE Agents to issue a “hold,” if “the individual has three or more prior misdemeanor convictions.”

Many could have simply moved to another county within the state, or left North Carolina to undoubtedly prey on citizens in another corner of the country. The fact of the matter is, these criminals could be anywhere.


The toll taken on the state’s children

Unfortunately, as with any invasion of a foreign land, it is the children who suffer the most at the hands of an invading army. This massive, illegal incursion into North Carolina is no different, and has resulted in thousands of child sexual assaults at the hands of illegal aliens.

The citizen advocacy group known as NCFIRE compiled a list of illegal aliens charged with sex crimes against children (as of November 30, 2013), who remain in county jails throughout North Carolina.

Remember, the following is only a partial list, from a mere nine counties (there are a total of 100 counties in North Carolina):

• Burke County

Suspect: Bacilio-Guerrero, Rigoberto, Age: 27; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Imenez, Pascual Jose, Age: 27; Charge(s): Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor

Suspect: Aldanado-Llach, Juan Isayllas, Age: 19; Charge(s): Second-Degree Rape

• Rowan County

Suspect: Lopez, Josue Cinto, 
Age: ?; Charge(s): Two counts of Statutory Rape

Suspect: Velazquez, Jorge Espinoza, Age: ?; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, First-Degree Rape

Suspect: Perez, Francisco Perez, 
Age: 42; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Ramos, Josue Espinoza, 
Age: 23; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Kidnapping, Statutory Rape

Suspect: Romero, Hugo Cervantes, Age: 37; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Sexual Battery

Suspect: Rosales, Apolonio Hermogenes, Age: 43; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Incest, First-Degree Rape

Suspect: Estrada, Michael, Age: 27; Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child

Suspect: Gonzalo Gallardo-Medina, Age: 29
; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Sexual Offense (Parental Role)

• Guilford County

Suspect: Castro Reyes, William Dejesus
, Age: 41
; Charge(s): Two counts of Statutory Rape

Suspect: Gonzalez, Abel Gonzalez, Age: 29; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Two Counts First-Degree Rape, Statutory Rape

Suspect: Miranda Peregrino, Francisco, Age: 34; Charge(s): Sexual Offense w/Child, Burglary

Suspect: Manzo, Christopher Angelo, Age: 34; Charge(s): Statutory Rape

Suspect: Rivas, Sergio Tello, Age: 22; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, First-Degree Rape

Suspect: Rivera Lebron, Nehemias, Age: 33; Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Sid, Jose Idel, Age: 36; Charge(s): Four Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, Assault, Obstruction of Justice

• Wake County

Suspect: Camacho-Saguilan, Hilario, Age: 33; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, First-Degree Rape, Assault on a Child Under 12, Incest, Kidnapping

Suspect: Garcia, Juventino Arellano, Age: 29; Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child

Suspect: Gomez, Isidro Garcia, Age: 52; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Hernandez-Ramirez, Jose Guadalupe, Age: 51; Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child

Suspect: Lopez, Oscar Sanchez, Age: 29; Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child

Suspect: Mendoza-Mejia, Marlon Emenuel, Age: 26; Charge(s): First-Degree Child Rape, Two Counts of First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child

Suspect: Pozos-Carbajal, Tomas, Age: 39; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Ramos, Antonio Lopez, Age: 31; Charge(s): Sexual Servitude (Child Victim)

Suspect: Andoval-Vasquez, Juan Carlos, Age: 30; Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Exposure (Victim under 16)

Suspect: Villafana, Jose, Age: 57; Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child

Suspect: Aguilar-Aguilar, Raul, Age: 41; Charge(s): Statutory Rape

Suspect: Flores, Daniel, Age: 47; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Gomez, Isidro Garcia, Age: 52; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Catawba County

Suspect: Alvarez-Helgueros, Arsenio, Age: 46; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Bello-Gomez, Edmundo Teodulo, Age: 48; Charge(s): Three Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, First-Degree Rape

Suspect: Flores, Elmer Edgardo, Age: 20; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, First-Degree Rape

Suspect: Lopez, Jose Alfredo, Age: 38; Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Harnett County

Suspect: Estrada, Michael, Age: 27; Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense of a Child

Suspect: Gonzalo Gallardo-Medina, Age: 29; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Sexual Offense (Parental Role)

Suspect: Soto-Sanchez, Jose, Age: 52; Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense

• Henderson County

Suspect: Rodriguez, Prudencio, Age: 26; Charge(s): Two Counts of Assault on a Child Under 12

• Randolph County

Suspect: Lopez, Josue Cinto, Age: ?; Charge(s): Two Counts of Statutory Rape

Suspect: Velazquez, Jorge Espinoza, Age: ?; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, First-Degree Rape

• New Hanover County

Suspect: Graciano Garcia-Chacha, Age: 43; Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

Of course, any thorough examination of this matter would not be complete without examining the very first case in which an innocent child was not only raped, but killed as well, by a Mexican national — living and working in the state illegally.

On July 13, 1982, the body of 7-year-old April Lee Sweet was found several hours after she had gone missing from her grandparents’ Alexander County home. The little girl had been stabbed in the neck and left naked from the waist down, her shorts and underwear lying next to her.

An autopsy confirmed that the rising second-grader had been raped. April had become the first North Carolinian to be hunted down, violated, and murdered by an illegal alien...Of course, over the next three decades, there would be more than a hundred to follow.

In the mid-morning, April’s grandfather, Calvin Johnson, spoke to her for what would be the last time as he walked out of his home and joined the rest of his family to work their tobacco fields. While driving his pickup truck in the fields, he noticed a taxi coming down the road and the man riding in the backseat was a man he knew as “Richard Lopez,” a migrant farm worker.

Lopez had actually worked for Johnson in the past, and Johnson even invited the man who spoke very little English into his home on a few occasions. This man, who took Johnson’s granddaughter from him, would later be identified as Bernadino Zuniga.

Around noon, Johnson returned to the house, to find April missing. Panicked, he phoned the Alexander County Sheriff’s Department, while his wife and the girl’s parents continued searching for her.

Johnson told Sheriff Thomas E. Bebber that he had seen “Lopez” in a cab, headed towards his property a few hours earlier. The sheriff issued a BOLO alert for a Mexican male “approximately 5 foot, 9, 155 pounds, wearing blue jeans, a blue or gray shirt.”

As it turned out, the illegal alien took another cab to the bus station, after murdering April, and headed to Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He was taken into custody in Knoxville, Tennessee.

The arrest affidavit states:

At the police station in Knoxville, officers took hair and fingernail scrapings from the defendant. As defendant took down his trousers for a pubic hair sample, Detective Moyer noticed that defendant pulled both trousers and underpants down simultaneously. Later, having become suspicious, Detective Moyer asked to see defendant’s undershorts. The shorts had blood on the front. This blood was later found to be consistent with that of the victim. Among the personal effects seized from defendant was a small photograph of April Sweet.4

Through an interpreter, Zuniga waived any objections to extradition and was immediately transported back to North Carolina. Upon arrival in Alexander County, he was charged with first-degree murder and rape.

In February 1985, Zuniga was tried and convicted of both charges, and received the death penalty for the murder, as well as a sentence of life imprisonment for the rape. However, the death sentence was later vacated, after his attorneys successfully argued that the Mexican national suffered from “mild to moderate mental retardation, with an intellectual age of seven,” and was not capable of understanding his gruesome deeds.

During the lengthy appeals process (over 15 years), psychologist, Dr. Antonio Puente, testified for the defense that Zuniga was in possession of 56 IQ. Another psychologist later testified that Zuniga scored a 64 on an IQ test he administered.

In short, Zuniga will not be put to death for his savage act, but will spend the rest of his life behind bars, being financially supported by the taxpayers of North Carolina.

Today, the child killer resides among the general population in North Carolina’s Central Prison in Raleigh. Since entering prison on Feb. 19, 1985, Zuniga has committed several infractions, including “theft” and “self injury.”5

In May 2014, Zuniga turned 58 years old. Apparently, prisoner #0458590 is being treated quite well at Central Prison, which has a fully functioning hospital facility, complete with operating room and x-ray labs.

What follows are more examples of this ongoing assault on North Carolina’s children by illegal aliens.

• In March 2012, Juan Martinez Hernandez, 35, made his first court appearance after being charged with four counts of statutory rape and two counts of taking indecent liberties with a child.

Hernandez was arrested after a 14-year-old girl who gave birth in her family’s Charlotte apartment identified him as the baby’s father.

According to a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police report, Hernandez “admitted to engaging in sexual intercourse with the victim on several occasions.”

In July 2010, Hernandez was charged with a DUI and reckless driving and consequently identified through the Mecklenburg County Jail’s 287g program as being in the country illegally.

He was deported back to Honduras three months later.

The Charlotte Observer reported that the illegal alien also had a prior history of sex crimes in South Carolina

Hernandez was booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail on an immigration detainer.

• In May 2012, on Friday, Luis Arturo Sanchez, 23, pleaded guilty in Brunswick County Superior Court to the first-degree rape of a 6-year-old girl in 2010.

Assistant District Attorney Meredith Everhart told the court that Sanchez confessed to raping the little girl once and attempting to on at least two other occasions.

Judge Ola Lewis sentenced Sanchez to 12 to 15 years behind bars.

Sanchez, who is in the country illegally, will be deported “only after he has served his sentence,” according to a press release from the Brunswick County District Attorney’s Office.


• July 2012, Luis Perez-Valencia, 34, pleaded guilty in Brunswick County Superior Court to the first-degree rape of an 11-year-old girl.

According to Assistant District Attorney Meredith Everhart, Perez-Valencia raped the young girl on two separate occasions in 2011 and attempted to do so a third time.

It was after one of those rapes that the victim became pregnant.

Everhart said: “The victim became pregnant as a result of intercourse with Perez-Valencia, and DNA results proved that he was the father.”

Judge Thomas Lock sentenced Perez-Valencia to between 16 and 20 years in prison.

Everhart confirmed that Perez-Valencia is in the country illegally and that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement , Agency placed a hold on him.


In October 2012, Harnett County sheriff’s deputies arrested Jose Trinidad Soto Sanchez, 21, and Jose Juan Alverez, 28, after they reportedly raped a 17-year-old girl and shot her multiple times.

The girl was discovered lying in the Cape Fear River near the North Carolina Highway 217 bridge near Erwin, bleeding and left for dead.

Sheriff Larry Rollins told WTVD:

They had abducted her from her house where she was babysitting her 3-year-old sister. From there we understand now she was taken to the river where she was sexually assaulted. After the sexual assault had taken place, she was shot three times.6

The victim, who was shot in the face, abdomen, and hand was initially taken by helicopter to Betsy Johnson Memorial Hospital in Dunn and later transferred to UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill.

Both Sanchez and Alverez were charged with first-degree rape, first-degree kidnapping, and attempted murder, and booked into the Harnett County Detention Center on immigration detainers.

The two Mexican nationals lived together in Spring Lake.


• In June 2013, police in Statesville arrested Jose Miguel Flores-Lizcano, 40, after he reportedly raped a young woman in at a home on Forest Hollow Drive.

The victim, whom police describe as an acquaintance of her alleged attacker, was taken to a local hospital where an examination was performed.

Flores-Lizcano has been charged with second-degree rape. He was booked into the Iredell County Jail on an immigration detainer.

Though Statesville is located more than 1,200 miles from the Mexican border, the small town in Western North Carolina has been experiencing a great deal of crime at the hands of illegal aliens.

• In 2012, police charged Jose Angel Guzman, 33, with 13 counts of first degree rape, 13 counts of first degree sex offense and 25 counts of indecent liberties with a child.

WBTV reported:

Detectives had been investigating Guzman and interviewed several witnesses between March 10 and May 17, 2012.7

All of the charges stemmed from multiple sexual assaults on two little girls, according to the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office.



• In October 2013, Johnston County sheriff’s deputies arrested Abelardo Gordillo Rodriguez, 53, after he reportedly sexually assaulted a 23-month-old child in Smithfield.

Rodriguez lives in the same home as the victim.

The baby was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Rodriguez was charged with indecent liberties with a child and is currently being held at the Johnston County Jail on an immigration detainer.


• In October 2013, Victor Saravia Vasquez, 40, pleaded guilty to two counts of indecent liberties with a child and one count of misdemeanor secret peeping in Pender County Superior Court.

Judge W. Allen Cobb. then sentenced Vasquez to 26 to 32 months in prison.

Vasquez, who is in the country illegally, should be deported after completing his sentence.

WWAY reported:

The victim, who is developmentally disabled, was 15 years old when Vasquez first began forcing him to perform oral sex and later anal sex. The DA says he intimidated the victim and made him promise not to disclose the abuse.8

Vasquez lived with the boy’s family and actually shared a bedroom with the young victim.

The abuse took place between 2010 and 2011, according to prosecutors.



• In October 2013, police in Greenville arrested Edmundo Gonzalez-Cinta, 50, after he reportedly raped a young girl. Police released very few details about the crime, in order to protect the victim’s identity.

Gonzalez-Cinta was charged with first degree child rape and booked into the Pitt County Detention Center on $500,000 bond as well as an immigration detainer.

Pitt County detention officers confirmed that Gonzalez-Cinta is in the country illegally.


• In December 2013, FBI agents along with Decatur police arrested Jose Louis Resendiz, 32, after he reportedly abducted a 15-year-old girl from her home in Troy, North Carolina.

The girl, Yoselin Carbajal, was reported missing by her parents on Saturday.

The pair were staying with a relative of Resendiz, according to police.

The Courier-Tribune reported:

Resendiz and Carbajal were reportedly in a relationship, officials said. She had not been injured and it appears she willingly accompanied Resendiz, they added.9

Resendiz was charged with abduction of a child and second-degree kidnapping, and held in the Decatur City Jail on an immigration detainer, while awaiting extradition to North Carolina.

The victim was placed into protective custody.


• In December 2013, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police arrested Jonathan Rubio, 28, after he reportedly raped a 13-year-old girl the night before.

Police were called to the victim’s home after she told her parents that she spent the night with Rubio, according to court documents.

WBTV reported:

The young girl described the inside of Jonathan Rubio’s English Hills Drive apartment to officers, according to the warrant, including his bedroom.

She was then taken to a Charlotte-area hospital, by her parents, for treatment and a sexual assault kit.10

When questioned, Rubio originally told investigators that he spent the night with his roommate.

However, the roommate told a different story.

Rubio was charged with statutory rape and indecent liberties with a child, and booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail on an immigration detainer.

• 
In December 2013, Jose Angel Guzman-Jimenez pleaded guilty in Iredell County Superior Court to raping two girls, ages 10 and 12.

Guzman-Jimenez was charged a year earlier, with sexually assaulting both victims on multiple occasions, according to court documents.

After accepting a plea agreement, Guzman-Jimenez entered guilty pleas on two counts each of first-degree rape of a child and first-degree sex offense with a child.

The Charlotte Observer reported:

Investigators interviewed the children at the Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center in Statesville.11

Guzman-Jimenez was sentenced to a minimum of 20 years and a maximum of 25 years in state prison.


• In December 2013, police in Raleigh arrested Leonardo Miranda Garcia, 25, after he reportedly raped a girl under the age of 13.

Garcia was charged with first-degree rape and and indecent liberties with a child, and booked into the Wake County Detention Center on an immigration detainer.


• In December 2013, prosecutors in Harnett County charged Hector Fuentes Gonzalez, 54, with multiple child sex offenses after sexually explicit images with a young girl were reportedly found on his cellphone.

The images were discovered two months earlier, when Harnett County sheriff’s deputies and Department of Homeland Security agents executed a search warrant at the suspect’s home on West Church Street.

WTSB reported:

After an extensive investigation, Detective Byrd — a member of the national U.S. Department of Justice’s organization, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force — discovered the girl was only 13 years of age.12

Gonzalez was taken into custody following the search of his home and charged with felony cocaine trafficking, three counts of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and one felonious count of taking indecent liberties with a minor, and booked into the Harnett County Jail on an immigration detainer.


• In February 2014, police in Zebulon arrested Guadalupe Guillen-Martinez, 26, following an investigation that began in August.

Guillen-Martinez reportedly molested a 10-year-old girl and recorded hundreds of images, including several videos of the abuse.

The News & Observer reported:

The girl’s cell phone held six videos of Guillen-Martinez and “approximately 533” pictures of the girl doing actions that Guillen-Martinez directed her to do, according to the request to search his apartment at 1616 Maplewood Lane in Greensboro.13

Guillen-Martinez was charged with six counts of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, four counts of second-degree sexual exploitation and three counts of taking indecent liberties with a child, and booked into the Wake County Detention Center on $100,000 bond, and an immigration detainer.


• In March 2014, Jorge Juarez-Lopez, 39, pleaded guilty in a Durham County courtroom to raping his live-in girlfriend’s two young daughters.

The abuse began in 2012, when Juarez-Lopez drove the girls from Sacramento, Calif., to Durham, where their mother had found work at a Macy’s department store.

While at a hotel the Mexican national raped the 11-year-old, as her 13-year-old sister took a shower.

Indy Week reported:

In Durham, Juarez-Lopez continued his abuse. He’d beckon the girls to a mattress downstairs after Anna left for work. Afterward, the girls sometimes used the bathroom to wash up. “Did you like it?” Juarez-Lopez asked once.

His crimes grew more brazen, as he began assaulting the girls while Anna was in the house. Standing in an upstairs hallway, he made the teenager perform oral sex on him while he peered down the stairs to watch out for Anna. “I have a surprise for you,” he once instructed the 11-year-old: “Don’t tell your mother.”14

Eventually, the 13-year-old told a friend about the ongoing assaults, who, then in turn, told the girls’ mother.

Juarez-Lopez was taken into custody on March 1, 2013.

Judge Robert Johnson sentenced Juarez-Lopez to two consecutive prison terms of 36 to 53 years.

Judge Johnson told the illegal alien:

By the time you serve the sentences I gave you you’re going to be an old man.

Despite his illegal status in this country, Juarez-Lopez worked at a factory as well as a construction company in the Durham area.

Juarez-Lopez speaks no English and required a translator throughout the court proceedings.



• In March 2014, police in Wilson arrested Pablo Moreno Cruz, 51, after he reportedly exposed himself to a child inside the Walmart on Forest Hills Road.

The victim was 11 years old.

On March 9, around 6:45 p.m., the girl’s parents called 911, after the Mexican national pulled down his pants, exposing his genitals in front of her, according to police.

Cruz was located inside the store and taken into custody without incident. He was charged with felonious indecent exposure (defendant is 18 years old or older and the victim is younger than 16), and booked into the Wilson County Detention Center on an immigration detainer.


• In March 2014, police in Winston-Salem arrested Luis Enrique Marin Noyola, 20, after he reportedly broke into a home and raped a toddler.

The rape occurred in the early morning hours of March 9.

The News & Record reported:

Winston-Salem police were called to an apartment on Bruce Street. At that time they were told a man entered the apartment [and] sexually assaulted a 5-year-old and fled.15

During the course of their investigation, detectives learned that the victim was actually, only 3 years old.

Noyola was charged with first-degree rape, first-degree sex offense, indecent liberties with a child and first-degree burglary, and booked into the Forsyth County Jail on an immigration detainer.

• In July 2014, police in Wilmington arrested Carlos Perez-Dominguez, 30, after he reportedly sexually assaulted a 14-year-old boy. Despite the great distance between Coastal Carolina and the Mexican border, the illegal alien has a history of arrests in New Hanover County.

Perez-Dominguez has been charged with indecent liberties with a child, child abuse, two counts of failure to appear on misdemeanor charges, and resist/delay/obstruct public officers. He was booked into the New Hanover County Jail on an immigration detainer.

Perez-Dominguez was actually deported less than a year before his latest arrest, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)... WNEM reported,

ICE placed a detainer on Carlos Perez-Dominguez, a citizen of Mexico, with the Hanover County Jail following his arrest on local criminal charges. ICE previously removed Mr. Dominguez from the U.S. in December 2013...Any immigration enforcement action ICE takes in this case will follow the complete adjudication of his criminal charges.


What follows is a partial list of those here illegally, charged with child-sex offenses in 2014:

August

• CRUZ, PEDRO
– County: MECKLENBURG; 
Date of Arrest: 08/08/2014; Charge(s): Assault on a female



• HERNANDEZ, ARMANDO GUSTAVO – County: IREDELL; Date of Arrest: 08/01/2014; Charge: Assault on a female

July

• RUBIO-PEREZ, JONATHAN – County: MECK-LENBURG; 
Court Date: 07/29/2014; Charge(s): Statutory rape, four counts of indecent liberties with a child

REYES, JORGE VILLATORO – County: MECKLENBURG; 
Date of Arrest: 07/29/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sex offense w/child

MEDINA, ELIN OCTAVIO – County: MECKLENBURG; 
Court Date: 07/14/2014; Charge(s): Sexual servitude-child victim, indecent liberties with a child, rape

ALVEREZ, MARTIN RUBIO – County: MOORE; Court Date: 07/22/2014; Charge(s): Four counts of felony child abuse-sexual act, four counts of indecent liberties with a child, four counts of sexual battery

ARGUETA, JOSE MARGARITO – County: ROWAN;
Court Date: 07/07/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of sex offense-parental role

SANTOS, CRESCENCIO GASPAR – County: Iredell; 
Court Date: 07/14/2014; Charge(s): Six counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of sex offense-parental role, two counts of first-degree rape

TEPETATE, CLAUDIO – County: CARTERET; Court Date: 07/14/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties with a child

PEREZ-DOMINGUEZ, CARLOS
– County: NEW HANOVER; Date of Arrest: 07/22/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, child abuse, two counts of failure to appear on misdemeanor charges, and resist/delay/obstruct public officers

VASQUEZ, JOSE – County: NEW HANOVER; Date of Arrest: 07/05/2014; Charge: Crime against nature

ORELLANA, NOE JOYA-ONASIS
– County: GUILFORD; Date of Arrest: 07/02/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties with a child

REYES, IGNACIO CRISOSTOMO
– County: MECKLENBURG
Date of Arrest: 07/06/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of child rape, two counts of sex offense w/child

FRANCISCO, MARQUEZ MARTINEZ – 
County: FORSYTH
; Court Date: 07/22/2014
; Charge(s): Rape, indecent liberties with a child, sex offense w/child

VALENCIA, SAUL FLORES
– County: ONSLOW
Date of Arrest: 07/25/ 2014; Charge(s): Four ; Charges of indecent liberties with a child, sexual battery, contributing to the delinquency of a minor

June

AGUILAR, RIGOBERTO, CASTELLANO
–County: DUPLIN;
Court Date: 06/02/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape, indecent liberties w/child

ALTAMIRANO, ABEL
– County: GUILFORD;
Court Date: 06/09/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties w/child, two counts of statutory rape

ANASTASIO, GENNARO SALVATORE
– County: WAKE;
Court Date: 06/09/2014; Charge(s): Solicitation to commit sexual assault, indecent liberties w/child

ANGEL-SALAZAR, JOSE MANUEL
– County: GUILFORD;
Court Date: 06/09/2014
; Charge(s): First-degree rape, indecent liberties w/child, kidnapping

AVILEZ, ARTEMIO RIVERA
– County: ALAMANCE;
Court Date: 06/02/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties w/child, statutory rape

COLON, LUIS FRANCISCO
– County: CUMBERLAND;
Court Date: 06/02/2014; Charge(s): Four counts of indecent liberties w/child, three counts of indecent liberties w/child, two counts of kidnapping, sexual battery, assault on a female

CORONA, NICOLAS ZAVALA
– County: ALAMANCE;
Court Date: 06/02/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of second-degree rape, three counts of second-degree sexual offense, attempted rape, four counts of indecent liberties w/child, statutory rape

DOMINGUEZ, FERNANDO DE LA CRUZ
– County: YADKIN;
Court Date: 06/02/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape of a child, indecent liberties w/child, sex offense w/child

ESTRADA, JOSE LUIS
– County: DURHAM
Court Date: 06/02/2014; Charge(s): Sexual battery, three counts of indecent liberties w/child, first-degree kidnapping, second-degree kidnapping, attempted forcible rape, attempted rape of a child, assault on a female

FERNANDEZ BARRIOS, JOSUE JAVI
– County: NEW HANOVER
Court Date: 06/09/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape, indecent liberties w/child

GARCIA, LENIN RAMON
– County: CARTERET
Court Date: 06/10/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape of a child, incest, attempted rape

HARO, JUAN CARLOS MARTINEZ
– County: TYRRELL
Court Date: 06/09/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties w/child

HERNANDEZ MORENO, JORGE DELC
– County: WATAUGA
Court Date: 06/23/2014; Charge(s): Eight counts of indecent liberties w/child, seven counts of first-degree sex offense w/child, statutory rape

HERRERA, JUAN CARLOS-URIBE
– County: WAKE
Court Date: 06/23/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of sexual offense w/child, indecent liberties w/child

JUAREZ, ANTONIO PASQUAL
– County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 06/14/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties w/child, statutory rape

LOPEZ, GUILEBALDO PATRICIO
– County: WAKE
Court Date: 06/30/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of first-degree rape, sexual offense w/child

PEREZ, FRANCISCO PEREZ
– County: ROWAN
Court Date: 06/30/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sex offense w/child, indecent liberties w/child

PEREZ, RENE VASQUEZ
– County: ROWAN
Court Date: 06/30/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties w/child

RAMIREZ, JOEL PEREZ
– County: WAKE
Court Date: 06/23/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties w/child

RESENDIZ-MAQUADI, JOSE LUIS
– County: MONTGOMERY
Court Date: 06/25/2014; Charge(s): Statutory rape

RODRIGUEZ, JUAN GABRIEL
– County: WAKE
Court Date: 06/30/2014; Charge(s): Statutory rape

SANCHEZ, JOSE TRINIDAD
– County: HARNETT
Court Date: 06/02/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree sex offense w/child, first-degree rape, kidnapping, attempted murder

SAUCEDO, RICARDO
– County: SURRY
Court Date: 06/24/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties w/child

PALMA, PEREZ ALFREDO
– County: HENDERSON
Date of arrest: 06/03/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties w/child

MENDOZA, ELIAZAR
– County: ROWAN
Date of arrest: 06/03/2014; Charge(s): Felony child abuse, rape, statutory rape, first-degree sex offense w/child, indecent liberties w/child

NOLBERTO, SANTIAGO GARCIA
– County: NEW HANOVER
Date of Arrest: 06/15/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sex offense w/child, indecent liberties w/child

RIVERA-CORTEZ, ANGEL HERBERTO
–County: WAKE
Date of Arrest: 06/21/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sex offense w/child, rape


May


AGUILAR-SANDOVAL, JERSSON
– County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 05/01/2014
; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child, two counts of first-degree rape, kidnapping

CHELA, MACARIO
– County: CABARRUS
Court Date: 05/12/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of statutory rape

BARRERA, MOISES TEO –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 05/12/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child

MARTINEZ, LUCAS FELIX
– County: BUNCOMBE
Court Date: 05/12/2014; Charge(s): Failing to register as sex offender

GUERRERO-BACILIO, RIGOBERTO –
County: BURKE
Court Date: 05/12/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sexual offense w/child

BELLO-GOMEZ, EDMUNDO TEODULO –
County: CATAWBA
Court Date: 05/19/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child, attempted first-degree rape

ALVARRAN, JUAN –
County: DAVIE
Court Date: 05/19/2014; Charge(s): Statutory rape, kidnapping

ROJAS DE LA LOMA, FIDENCIO –
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 05/27/2014; Charge(s): Kidnapping, indecent liberties with a child, attempted first-degree sex offense w/child

TORRES, FRANCISCO SANTOS –
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 05/19/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sex offense w/child, indecent liberties with a child

OSORIO, FRANCISCO MENDOZA –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 05/27/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

RODRIGUEZ, JOSE MANUEL –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 05/27/2014; Charge(s): Eight counts of indecent liberties with a child, four counts of sex offense w/child, two counts of statutory rape, two counts of statutory sex offense

FELOMENA, RICARDO ANTONIO –
County: MCDOWELL
Court Date: 05/12/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, attempted first-degree rape

ORTIZ, JORGE LUIS –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 05/27/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of first-degree sex offense w/child

GONZALEZ, APOLINAR CHAVEZ – County: WILKES
Court Date: 05/19/2014; Charge(s): Six counts of indecent liberties with a child

ALVEREZ, MARTIN RUBIO –
County: MOORE
Court Date: 05/28/2014; Charge(s): Four counts of indecent liberties with a child, four counts child abuse (sexual act), four counts of sexual battery

FERNANDEZ BARRIOS, JOSUE –
County: NEW_HANOVER
Court Date: 05/12/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape of a child

SANCHEZ, FRANCISCO
– County: PENDER
Court Date: 05/16/2014
; Charge(s): First-degree sex offense w/child

CRUZ, JOSE –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 05/19/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of first-degree sex offense w/child

MARTINEZ, ANTONIA GRANADOS –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 05/20/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sex offense w/child, four counts of indecent liberties with a child

RAMIREZ-GOMEZ, JOSE –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 05/19/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child

SILVA-BARRETO, FAUSTO –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 05/28/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of statutory rape, two counts of indecent liberties with a child

ARGUETA, EDVIN JAVIER LOPEZ –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 05/27/2014; Charge(s): Four counts of first-degree sex offense w/child, two counts of first-degree rape, six counts of indecent liberties with a child

CUELLAR, FERNANDO RONQUILLO –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 05/28/2014
; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of sex offense w/child

GARCIA-ROJAS, NELLY –
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 5/7/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree rape, two counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of sex offense w/child

SANCHEZ, ISIDRO SALGADO –
County: UNION
Date of Arrest: 5/28/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

CARLOS, ULISES CARDONA MARTINEZ –
County: PENDER
Date of Arrest: 05/12/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

JESUS, MARTINEZ –
County: MECKLENBURG
Date of Arrest: 05/07/2014; Charge(s): Rape of a child, crime against nature, sexual offense (parental role), indecent liberties with a child

ISIDORO, PATRICIO HERNANDEZ –
County: WAKE
Date of Arrest: 5/23/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child

LUIS, MARTINEZ HERNANDEZ –
County: JOHNSTON
Date of Arrest: 05/05/2014; Charge: Statutory rape

April

AGUILAR, RAFAEL County: BUNCOMBE
Court Date: 04/14/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child

ASICONA, FRANCISCO –
County: MCDOWELL
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sexual offense w/child, first-degree rape

CHELA, MACARIO –
County: CABARRUS
Court Date: 04/14/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of statutory rape

CORONA, NICOLAS ZAVALA –
County: ALAMANCE
Court Date: 04/15/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of second-degree rape, four counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of second-degree sexual offense, statutory rape, attempted rape

CUELLAR, FERNANDO RONQUILLO –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of sexual offense w/child

DIAZ, FRANCISCO LOPEZ –
County: ROCKINGHAM
Court Date: 04/14/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of child rape

ESPERU, EFRAIN FIGUEROA –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/02/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sexual offense, three counts of statutory rape, incest, second-degree rape

ESTRADA, JOSE LUIS –
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of kidnapping, assault on a female, attempted rape of a minor

GARCIA, JAVIER VELAZQUEZ –
County: GASTON
Court Date: 03/31/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

GARCIA, VIRGILIO –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/01/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sexual offense

GONZALES, HECTOR FUENTES –
County: HARNETT
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, three counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

HERNANDEZ-MONTALVO, CARMELO –
County: DAVIDSON
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of sexual offense w/child, three counts of statutory rape, indecent liberties with a child

HERNANDEZ, JOSE VARGAS County: JOHNSTON
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): 15 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

JUAREZ, JOSE County: BRUNSWICK
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, sexual battery

LOPEZ, JAVIER LOPEZ
– County: POLK
Court Date: 04/23/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape of a child, five counts of first-degree rape, abduction of children

MARTINEZ, FRANCISCO MARQUEZ County: FORSYTH
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): Rape of a child, indecent liberties with a child

MARTINEZ, MANUEL GUILLEN County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

- MILAZZO, ENRICO County: BRUNSWICK
Court Date: 04/08/2014; Charge(s): Six counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, indecent liberties with a child, first-degree rape, first-degree sexual offense

MONTELONGO, AURELIO County: DAVIDSON
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Four counts of statutory rape, eight counts of statutory sexual offense, four counts of incest

MONTES, VICTOR County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/29/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of sexual offense w/child, two counts of sexual offense-parental role

MORALES, SANTOS SAAVEDRA County: DURHAM
Court Date: 05/05/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, crime against nature, incest, first-degree rape of a child, sexual offense w/child

ORDONEZ, CRISTINO REYES County: CHATHAM
Court Date: 04/28/2014
; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of sexual battery, two counts of assault on a child under 12

ORTIZ, JORGE LUIS – County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child

OSORIO, FRANCISCO MENDOZA
– County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

PEREZ, JOSE GONZALEZ
– County: GASTON
Court Date: 04/14/2014; Charge(s): Six counts of indecent liberties with a child, first-degree rape of a child

PEREZ, RAFAEL –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child

PORTILLO-GOMEZ, YOVANI
– County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

PORTILLI-PORTILLO, PEDRO ADAL –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

RIVAS-TELLO, SERGIO –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape of a child

RIVERA-LEBRON, NEHEMIAS –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 04/21/2014; Charge(s): Four counts of indecent liberties with a child

ROBLES, JUAN –
County: RUTHERFORD
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, statutory rape

RODRIGUEZ, ABELARDO GORDILLO –
County: JOHNSTON
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

RODRIGUEZ, GERARDO CRUZ –
County: DUPLIN
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

ROSSATO, GUSTAVO ALBERTO –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

SAGUILAN, HILARIO CAMACHO –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 04/07/2014
; Charge(s): Incest, kidnapping, assault on a child under 12

SANCHEZ, FRANCISCO – County: PENDER
Court Date: 04/17/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sexual offense w/child

SANCHEZ, JOSE TRINIDAD –
County: HARNETT
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child, kidnapping, first-degree rape

SANTOS, CRESCENCIO GASPAR –
County: IREDELL
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charge(s): Six counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of sex offense-parental role, two counts of first-degree rape

SANTOS, MANUEL DEJESUS –
County: GASTON
Court Date: 04/29/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

SILVA-BARRETO, FAUSTO FRANCI –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 04/14/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of rape of a minor

VALASQUEZ, RAMIREZ –
County: NEW_HANOVER
Court Date: 04/21/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child, two counts of sex offense-parental role

VARGAS, JUAN –
County: WILKES
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sexual offense, crime against nature

VARGAS-RODRIGUEZ, FIDEL –
County: UNION
Court Date: 04/29/2014; Charge(s): 21 counts of indecent liberties with a child, 12 counts of statutory rape, 10 counts of disseminating obscene material to a minor, attempted rape, 11 counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child

VASQUEZ, ANGEL RIVERA –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 04/07/2014; Charge(s): 15 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

FLORES, CARLOS HUMBERTO –
Arresting , Agency: GREENSBORO POLICE DEPT.
Date of Arrest: 04/02/2014
; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

ALTAMIRANO, MENCIAS ABEL – County: GUILFORD
; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of statutory rape

PEREZ, RODOLFO PEREZ – County: UNION
Date of Arrest: 04/05/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sexual offense

OLIVERA-HERNANDEZ, OSCAR – Arresting , Agency: RALEIGH POLICE DEPT.
Date of Arrest: 04/11/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, sexual exploitation of a minor, first-degree rape, first-degree sexual offense w/child

ROBLES-MORENO, CARLOS –
County: MECKLENBURG
Date of Arrest: 04/09/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sexual offense w/child

URRIBE-HERRERA, JUAN CAROLS –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 04/21/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child

CARDENAS, GUSTAVO COVARRUBIAS –
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 04/22/2014
; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, incest, statutory rape

MAGALLENES, MIGUEL RICARDO – County: LINCOLN
Date of Arrest: 04/12/2014
; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child

March

TORRES, LEONCIO PEREZ County: UNION
Court Date: 03/05/2014; Charges: Two counts of first-degree sex offense w/child, indecent liberties w/child

VIDAL-MONTEJO, ESTEBAN –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 03/04/2014
; Charges: Three counts of first-degree sex offense w/child, four counts of indecent liberties w/child

VILLARREAL, LEONIDAS –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 03/17/2014
; Charges: Three counts of indecent liberties w/child, three counts sexual battery

GONZALEZ, ABEL GONZALEZ –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 03/17/2014
; Charges: Four counts of first-degree rape of a child, seven counts of indecent liberties w/child, three counts of statutory rape

HARO, JUAN CARLOS, MARTINEZ –
County: TYRRELL
Court Date: 03/06/2014
; Charges: Two counts of indecent liberties w/child

HERNANDEZ, JOSE VARGAS –
County: JOHNSTON
Court Date: 03/03/2014
; Charges: 13 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

JUAREZ-LOPEZ, JORGE ALBERTO –
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 03/24/2014
; Charges: Two counts of statutory sex offense, statutory rape, two counts of indecent liberties w/child, two counts sex offense-parental role, vaginal intercourse by one in parental role

JUAREZ, ANTONIO PASQUAL –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 03/17/2014
; Charges: Statutory rape, two counts of indecent liberties w/child

LEON, CRISTINO ANASTACIO –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 03/17/2014
; Charges: Two counts of kidnapping, felony abduction of a child, attempted first-degree sex offense, indecent liberties w/child

MARTINEZ, ALEJANDRO ALBERTO – County: ALEXANDER
Court Date: 03/31/2014; Charges: Two counts statutory rape, indecent liberties w/child

MEDINA, ELIN OCTAVIO –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charges: Rape of a child, indecent liberties w/child, sex offense-parental role

MONTELONGO, AURELIO –
County: DAVIDSON
Court Date: 03/03/2014; Charges: Four cunts of statutory rape, seven counts of sexual offense, four counts of incest

MORALES, MARIO –
County: ROBESON
Court Date: 03/10/2014; Charges: First-degree rape of a child, rape of a child-adult offender

MORALES, SANTOS SAAVEDRA–
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 03/03/2014; Charges: First-degree rape of a child, indecent liberties w/child, crime against nature, incest

RUBIO, ANGUIANA HOMERO –
County: Johnston
Arrest Date: 03/17/2014; Charge: First=degree sexual offense (victim under 13)

ORDONEZ, CRISTINO REYES –
County: CHATHAM
Court Date: 03/03/2014; Charges: Two counts of indecent liberties w/child, two counts sexual battery, two counts assault on a child under 12

OSORIO, FRANCISCO MENDOZA –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties w/child

OSORIO, JORGE MAYA –
County: YADKIN
Court Date: 03/24/2014; Charges: Indecent liberties w/child, first-degree sexual offense

RIVERA-LEBRON, NEHEMIAS –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 03/10/2014; Charges: Eight counts of indecent liberties w/child

RUBIO, DIEGO MARTIN –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charges: Indecent liberties w/child, solicitation by computer, felony probation violation

RUIZ, MARIO CASTRO –
County: GASTON
Court Date: 03/05/2014; Charges: Six counts of indecent liberties w/child, two counts of first-degree rape of a child

SANCHEZ, EFIGENIO –
County: IREDELL
Court Date: 03/10/2014; Charges: Indecent liberties w/child, first-degree rape, statutory rape, first-degree sex offense of a child

SANCHEZ, ERIK –
County: CRAVEN
Court Date: 03/25/2014; Charges: Indecent liberties w/child, two counts of first-degree sex offense of a child

SANTOS, CRESCENCIO GASPAR –
County: IREDELL
Court Date: 03/10/2014; Charges: Six counts of indecent liberties w/child, three counts of first-degree rape, three counts of sex offense-parental

SAUCEDO, RICARDO –
County: SURRY
Court Date: 03/25/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties w/child

SERRANO, LUIS ANTONIO –
County: LEE
Court Date: 03/03/2014; Charges: Five counts of first-degree sex offense of a child

TORRES, GABINO GONZALEZ County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 03/03/2014; Charges: Three counts of indecent liberties w/child

RAMIREZ-GOMEZ, JOSE –
County: WAKE
Arrest Date: 3/24/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties w/child

VALLADARES, SANTOS EVARISTO –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties w/child

YXCHAJCHAL-LACAM, JOSE –
County: BURKE
Court Date: 03/03/2014; Charges: Two counts of statutory rape

ALVAREZ, JOSE JERMAN –
County: LEE
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charge: Statutory rape

ALVARRAN, JUAN –
County: DAVIE
Court Date: 03/24/2014; Charges: Statutory rape, kidnapping

ANGEL-SALAZAR, JOSE MANUEL –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charges: Indecent liberties w/child, kidnapping, first-degree rape

AQUINO, SAUL –
County: FRANKLIN
Court Date: 03/26/2014; Charges: Three counts of statutory rape

ASICONA, FRANCISCO –
County: MCDOWELL
Court Date: 04/28/2014; Charges: First-degree rape, first-degree sex offense

CELESTINO, ESTEVAN SANTOS –
County: FORSYTH
Court Date: 03/24/2014; Charges: Two counts sex offense with a child, indecent liberties w/child

CERVATEZ, JESUS MARTINEZ –
County: ROCKINGHAM
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charges: Statutory rape, indecent liberties w/child

DOMINGUEZ, FERNANDO, DE LA CRUZ –
County: YADKIN
Court Date: 03/24/2014; Charges: Indecent liberties w/child, first-degree rape, sex offense-parental role

GARCIA-MEZA JOSE –
County: DURHAM
Court Date: 03/17/2014; Charges: Nine counts of indecent liberties w/child, two counts of statutory rape, statutory sex offense of a child, crime against nature, incest

MARIN-NOYOLA, LUIS ENRIQUE –
County: FORSYTH
Court Date: 03/27/2014; Charges: Rape of a child, sexual offense of a child

February


VENEGAS, APOLONIO –
County: Onslow
Arraigned: 02/17/2014; Charge(s): 11 counts of indecent liberties w/child, five counts of first-degree sexual offense w/child, three counts of statutory rape, three counts of crime against nature, felony child abuse

ESTRADA, SAN CRISTOBAL FLORES –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 02/03/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties with a child

HUERTA, TOLENTINO –
County: NASH
Court Date: 02/10/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sex offense w/child, statutory rape

SAUCEDO, RICARDO –
County: SURRY
Court Date: 02/11/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties with a child

BERNAL, LEONEL NATIVIDAD –
County: UNION
Court Date: 02/05/2014; Charge(s): 13 counts of indecent liberties with a child

CARBAJAL, TOMAS POZOS –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 02/03/2014; Charge: Indecent liberties with a child

RAMOS, ANTONIO LOPEZ –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 02/03/2014; Charge: Sexual servitude-child victim

VENEGAS, BENITO –
County: ONSLOW
Court Date: 02/17/2014; Charge(s): Eleven counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of first-degree sex offense w/child, first-degree rape, crime against nature

HERNANDEZ, SANTIAGO VALENTIN –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 02/24/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of statutory rape, two counts of indecent liberties with a child

LIRA, MANUEL BAQUERA –
County: SAMPSON
Court Date: 02/17/2014; Charge(s): Six counts of indecent liberties with a child, four counts of statutory rape, two counts of first-degree rape, two counts of sex offense w/child

MENDOZA-MEJIA, MARLON –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 02/24/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape of a child, four counts of sex offense w/child

CRUZ, CARLOS GRUMERCINDO –
County: DAVIDSON
Date of Arrest: 02/21/2014; Charge: First-degree sex offense w/child

GUILLEN-MARTINEZ, GUADALUPE County: WAKE
Date of Arrest: 02/18/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of indecent liberties with a child, 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

PASCUAL-REYES, CIRILO –
County: MACON
Date of Arrest: 02/09/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape of a child

AMBROSIO-GEORGINO, JOSE –
County: LINCOLN
Date of Arrest: ?; Charge(s): Three counts of statutory rape

MONTALVO-MURILLO, ENRIQUE –
County: GUILFORD
Date of Arrest: 02/07/2014
; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, two counts of sex offense w/child


January


BELLO-GOMEZ, EDMUNDO TEODULO –
County: CATAWBA
Court Date: 01/06/2014; Charge(s): Attempted first-degree rape, three counts of indecent liberties with a child

GARCIA BALTAZAR, HERNANDEZ –
County: IREDELL
Court Date: 01/21/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child

GARCIA, FERNANDO DOLORES –
County: PERSON
Court Date: 01/13/2014; Charge(s): Statutory rape

GARCIA, JUAN GILBERTO –
County: DUPLIN
Court Date: 01/13/2014; Charge(s): Four counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of disseminating obscene material to a child

AGUILAR-SANDOVAL, JERSSON –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 01/09/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree child rape, two counts of sex offense w/child, kidnapping

AGUILAR, RAFAEL –
County: BUNCOMBE
Court Date: 01/06/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of indecent liberties with a child

AGUILAR, RAUL AGUILAR –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 01/13/2014; Charge(s): Three counts of statutory rape, three counts of indecent liberties with a child

ASICONA, FRANCISCO IHOM –
County: MCDOWELL
Court Date: 01/10/2014; Charge(s): First-degree child rape, sex offense w/child

BARRERA, MOISES TEO –
County: MECKLENBURG
Court Date: 01/21/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

BAUTISTA, NAZARIO ROJAS –
County: PENDER
Court Date: 01/17/2014; Charge(s): First-degree child rape, sex offense w/child, assault on a female, assault by strangulation, assault w/injury

CAMPOS, SANTIAGO PACHECO –
County: CUMBERLAND
Court Date: 01/06/2014; Charge(s): Indecent exposure (victim under 18), sexual battery

GARCIA, LEONARDO MIRANDA –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 01/27/2014; Charge(s): First-degree rape, first degree sex offense, indecent liberties with a child

GOMEZ-JUAREZ, REFUGIO –
County: FRANKLIN
Court Date: 01/21/2014; Charge(s): First-degree sex offense w/child, two counts of first-degree child rape, four counts of indecent liberties with a child, five counts of sex offense-parental role

GONZALES, HECTOR FUENTES –
County: HARNETT
Court Date: 01/21/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, three counts of sexual exploitation of a minor

HERNANDEZ-MONTALVO, CARMELO –
County: DAVIDSON
Court Date: 01/20/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, two counts of sex offense with/child, three counts of statutory rape

HUERTA-VARGAS, TOMAS –
County: FRANKLIN
Court Date: 01/29/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of statutory rape, two counts of indecent liberties with a child

ARGUETA, JAVIER LOPEZ –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 01/27/2014; Charge(s): Two counts of first-degree sex offense w/child, three counts of indecent liberties with a child, first-degree rape

RODRIGUEZ, JUAN GABRIEL –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 01/21/2014; Charge(s): Statutory rape

VALENCIA, MAXIMINO VAZQUEZ –
County: WAKE
Court Date: 01/27/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child

OSORIO, JORGE MAYA –
County: YADKIN
Court Date: 01/27/2014; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree sex offense

ANGEL-SALAZAR, JOSE MANUEL –
County: GUILFORD
Court Date: ?; Charge(s): Indecent liberties with a child, first-degree rape, kidnapping

VASQUEZ, ANGEL RIVERA 
County: GUILFORD
Date of Arrest: 01/06/14; Charge(s): 15 counts of sexual expolitation of a minor

ESTRADA-CORNEJO, LEONEL –
County: NEW HANOVER
Date of Arrest: 01/06/2014; Charge(s): Sex offense w/child

JIMENEZ, JUAN CARLOS –
County: BUNCOMBE
Date of Arrest: 01/09/2014; Charge(s): Sexual exploitation of a minor

What’s the reason behind the epidemic of child sexual assaults?

The most troubling and telling reason behind the growing epidemic of child molestations at the hands of illegal aliens, may lie in the fact that the age of sexual consent throughout the majority of Mexico is 12 years of age.


Article 261 of Mexico’s Federal Criminal Code states:

Whoever, without the purpose of reaching copulation, performs a sexual act on a person under 12 or on a person that has no capacity of understanding the meaning of the act or that for any reason cannot resist, or demands that the act is performed, will be punished with a term of 2 to 5 years in prison.16

In addition to Mexico City, the age of consent is 12 in the following Mexican states:

Aquascalientes, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chiapas, Coahuila, Guanajuato,

Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Michoacan, Morelos, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Quintana Roo, San Louis Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas.

The age of consent is 15 in Mexico state, 13 in Yucatan and Zacatecas. The age of consent is actually listed as “puberty” in Nayarit and 14 in the seven remaining Mexican states.

Unfortunately, the culture of having sex with young girls is carried with many Mexican men as they cross into this country (illegally).

An example of this attitude can be found in Mexican national Diego Lopez-Mendez, who pleaded guilty in 2006 to sexually assaulting a 10-year-old West Virginia girl. Through an interpreter, he told the court: “In the pueblo where I grew up girls are usually married by 13 years old…I was unaware of the nature of the offense or that it was a bad crime.”

In order to bring charges of rape in most Mexican states, the law basically requires that the girl prove that she is a virgin (the law states that only those who seduce “chaste and honest” girls shall be prosecuted), and that the charge of statutory rape be dropped if the rapist wishes to marry his victim.

Of course, when discussing the issue of illegal immigration, this dirty little secret is never talked about by our politicians, nor is the impact that such an attitude towards the abuse of children could have on this nation by offering amnesty to millions of Mexican nationals.


Patriots in the Tarheel State

This project would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of Maureen Wilson and James Johnson, both with the citizens’ advocacy group known as North Carolinians for Immigration Reform and Enforcement (NCFIRE).
What follows is a recent interview with James Johnson, the co-founder of NCFIRE:

Q: How did you become interested in the issue of illegal immigration?

A: I was injured on the job in 2005. During the years of recovery from injuries, I became more and more aware of the illegal alien situation.It started slowly.First it washaving to press “1” for English every time I called a doctor’s office, medical clinic, or drug store. Then I began noticing people in rehabilitation with an interpreter because they can’t speak English. It seemed everywhere you turned, stores had signs in English and Spanish and products were being labeled with both languages. I would see non-English-speaking people buying groceries with “food stamp cards” and paying for their alcohol with wads of cash. I started to take notice of the crimes by non-English-speaking individuals that were being reported on the news or in the newspapers.


The tipping point was when my son’s college professor Mr. Lewis M. Fetterman Jr.,was killed in a car accident by an illegal alien in Newton Grove, N.C. Mr. Fetterman and his wife were simply coming home from a weekend at the beach, when an intoxicated individual slammed into them with his car. He and Mr. Fetterman were killed instantly. Mrs. Fetterman remains widowed and permanently disabled as a result of the crash. The individual had no license and no insurance and it was later determined that he was here illegally.

I got involved with the FIRE Coalition and became the southeastern regional coordinator.

My duty was to organize nine southeastern states into individual illegal immigration fighting organizations, appointing the individual state representatives, compiling the email databases, and selecting regional leaders within each state so that they would have immediate contact with as many citizens in the state as possible concerning illegal immigration. It took me a little over a year and a half to get all the states organized and up and running.

While doing so, it became apparent to me that no one was looking out for N.C., so when my task was complete with the FIRE Coalition, I resigned my position and started NCFIRE, in 2007.

It started with just me, my home PC, and the few email addresses I had at the time. In 7 years, it has grown to over 6,000 N.C. citizen members and daily contact with 30-40 thousand N.C. citizens through our various social media outlets. It has all been by word-of-mouth. We have not done any advertising.

I started NCFIRE to try to do something to stop the needless killing of N.C. citizens and the wasteful spending of our tax dollars as a result of illegal aliens.

Q: What is your group’s main goal?

A: Our objective is to put enough pressure on the N.C. General Assembly members to enact and enforce illegal immigration laws at the state level.

WHO WE ARE:

We are a statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to immigration enforcement. Our organization represents the citizens’ interest in stopping the flood of illegal aliens into North Carolina. We simply can’t afford illegal aliens’ tremendous costs any longer. The damage incurred, the crimes, costs, and physical and emotional damage these people are causing, are just too great.

WHAT WE BELIEVE:

We support limiting our jobs and resources to the citizens of North Carolina and we believe that it is time for ourLegislatorsto adhere to their oath of office, “to support the Constitution of the United States; and to be faithful and bear true allegiance to the State of North Carolina” by passing the appropriate legislation to curtail the influx of illegal aliens into our state.

WHAT WE DO:

We seek to educate those who turn a blind eye to the many costly and destructive consequences of illegal immigration.

OUR POSITION:

1. Mandate English as the official language of N.C.

2. Require a valid North Carolina photo ID to vote in N.C.

3. Require ALL companies (public and private), doing business in North Carolina, to become E-Verify compliant.

4. Mandate stricter punishments for hiring illegal aliens in N.C.

5. Enact an N.C. version of SB1070 to document proof of legal entry and the right to be within N.C. borders.

6. Deny enrollment of illegal aliens to North Carolina colleges and universities.

7. Eliminate taxpayer funding to N.C. colleges and universities that allow illegal aliens to enroll.

8. Restrict foreign consulate services to consulate property ONLY.

9. Remove the Mexican Matricula Consular card as proof of North Carolina residency from N.C. driver’s license documentation.

10. Deny use of Mexican Matricula Consular cards as proof of identification.

11. Prohibit the use of all foreign ID cards for any taxpayer funded services or civic activities.

12. Deny taxpayer funding to sanctuary cities and counties in North Carolina.

13. Require proof of citizenship and residency for all N.C. social welfare eligibility.

14. Cut taxpayer funding to all LaRaza-based non-profit organizations in North Carolina that provide benefits to illegal aliens. 


15. End taxpayer funding of all North Carolina ethnic councils.

In conclusion, this project has merely scratched the surface of the unfolding disaster now hitting the state of North Carolina. Though both houses of the state legislature and governorship have been in the hands of Republicans for some time now, the state is basically being run by the Chamber of Commerce; as such, the massive influx of cheap, illegal labor has been encouraged and the resulting crime victims are likely viewed as simply “the cost of doing business.”

Given all of the aforementioned data, it is little wonder that the federal government refuses to keep statistics on the number and nature of crimes committed by those here illegally, and both parties share the blame for this. Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.) has repeatedly introduced the Illegal Alien Crime Reporting Act, which would force the government to keep an accurate accounting of the crimes being committed by foreign nationals on an annual basis. However, each year it was introduced, it failed to make it out of committee.17 


Endnotes

1. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/03/17/3920694/cmpd-man-arrested-in-hit-and-run.html

2. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/03/17/3920694/cmpd-man-arrested-in-hit-and-run.html

3. http://www.ncfire.info/

4. http://nc.findacase.com/research/wfrmDocViewer.aspx/xq/fac.19870707_0040772.NC.htm/qx

5. http://webapps6.doc.state.nc.us/opi/viewoffenderinfractions.do?method=view&offenderID=0458590&listp, Age=&listurl=&obscure=Y&obscure=Y

6. http://abclocal.go.com/wtvd/story?section=news%2Flocal&id=8847949

7. http://www.wbtv.com/story/18606568/statesville-man-; Charged-with-sexually-assaulting-two-children

8. http://www.wwaytv3.com/2013/10/03/hampstead-man-pleads-guilty-to-sex-crimes-disabled-minor

9. http://courier-tribune.com/news/local/missing-teen-found-alabama-abductor-; Charged

10. http://www.wbtv.com/story/24113773/warrant-charlotte-man-had-sexual-relationship-with-young-girl

11. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/12/20/4559406/statesville-man-sentenced-in-rape.html#.Ur3nePtdAYL

12. http://www.wtsbradio.com/pages/localnews.html

13. http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/02/25/3652895/greensboro-man-faces-multiple.html

14. http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/jorge-juarez-lopez-sentenced-to-a-minimum-of-72-years-for-sex-offenses/Content?oid=3875729

15. http://www.news-record.com/news/article_b3c6f324-a77c-11e3-acc2-001a4bcf6878.html

16. http://www.diputados.gob.mx/LeyesBiblio/pdf/9.pdf

17. http://www.opencongress.org/bill/hr3168-112/show

About the author

Dave Gibson, a former legislative aide to a Virginia state senator, has been working as a freelance writer for many years. His work has been published in many newspapers and magazines, including the Washington Times

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