By: Earnest Jones | 03-23-2017 | News
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MS-13 Gang Member Deported 4 Times Sexually Assaulted 2-year-old girl And Stabbed 2 Women

President Donald Trump has been very persistent on the issue of illegal immigration. Well, the nation is already experiencing incidents that should not be happening. As a result, people are now in support of President Donald and his stance on immigration.

One member of the MS-13 gang has been deported from the U.S. four times. The gang member stabbed two women and sexually abused a 2-year-old girl in a New York City suburb.

Police authorities reported on Thursday that Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura, 31, of Hempstead, New York, had pleaded not guilty.

The suspect was ordered held without bail on Thursday. The court-appointed attorney handling his case declined to comment.

Thomas Krumpter, who is the acting Nassau County Police Commissioner reported in a news conference that Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura is suspected of assaulting the child on Tuesday night while the girl’s mother was at work.

The Police commissioner reported that in his 28 years in law enforcement, the alleged crime is probably the most atrocious criminal act he’s ever seen. Adding that it is “sickening.”

The Police Authorities revealed that shortly after the assault, Alvarado-Ventura went to a nearby bar, where he argued with a woman over a marijuana deal and then stabbed her in the parking lot.

The identity of the woman was not identified. However, the police reported that the woman suffered a collapsed lung.

The suspect then returned to the apartment where the alleged sexual assault took place. The child’s mother returned home from work at about 4:15 a.m. Wednesday.

The mother discovered that her child had injuries, she then argued with Alvarado-Ventura. However, the argument took a different turn after the suspect stabbed the woman.

Fortunately, the mother managed to flee to another part of the apartment and called the police. The suspect was sleeping when officers arrived and arrested him. The authorities said that Alvarado-Ventura was deported to El Salvador four times between 2006 and 2011.

The Police Commissioner also pointed out that the man had a history of prior arrests for offenses including drunken driving, disorderly conduct, assault, false impersonation and contempt of court.

The details on the previous arrests were not immediately disclosed. The Police revealed that the investigation is still ongoing. Authorities don’t know when he returned to the United States. The suspect was charged with attempted murder, assault and weapons possession, and he’ll also face life in prison for the heinous acts.


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