Illegal Alien Convicted Of Brutal Child Sexual Assault Re-Arrested In Arizona
U.S. Customs and Border Protection press release...
TUCSON, AZ - U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a 28-year-old Guatemalan man convicted of sexual crimes after he illegally re-entered the United States east of Lukeville, Arizona, Saturday evening.
Around 7:30 p.m., Tucson Sector agents patrolling a rugged area of the desert east of Lukeville encountered Marvin Flores-Gamez. Records checks revealed Flores-Gamez was convicted of Sexual Assault in Bergen County, New Jersey, in 2014. He was subsequently remanded to state prison until his removal from the country in September of 2018.
*On April 4, 2014, Flores-Gamez was convicted on multiple child sexual assault charges by a Bergen County jury.
The victim, who was only 12, at the time of the assault, testified that Flores-Gamez convinced her to skip school one day, after several weeks of chatting on Facebook.
The illegal alien took her to his home, and lured her into a bedroom. He then placed a pillow over her face, while removing her jeans and underwear, telling her “be quiet, just be quiet,” the girl testified.
"I told him no, no, but he didn’t listen, and he didn’t stop until I bit him on the shoulder, hard.”
Before sentencing the Guatemalan national to eight years in prison, Superior Court Judge Patrick J. Roma admonished Flores-Gamez, “You don’t date 12-year-old girls, you don’t romance a 12-year-old child...She should be playing with dolls instead of being in someone’s bedroom."