ST. PAUL, MN - On February 14, police responded to a home in the 1300 block of Minnehaha Avenue on a report of a sexual assault.
Following a short chase, officers arrested Miguel Huerta, 47, about five blocks away, after a police dog found him hiding under a pine tree, according to a police report.
Minutes earlier, a 14-year-old girl was awoken by the illegal alien, after he broke into her home and attacked her.
The Pioneer Press reported:
Huerta then grabbed the girl by her legs and began to assault her, penetrating her multiple times as she pleaded with him to stop, according to the charges.
Other family members were awakened and came to see what was happening. Huerta tried to hide under the blankets, according to the charges, but the girl’s mother saw him, yelled out and hit him. The girl’s uncle pulled the man off his niece and punched him. The man ran from the home with the uncle chasing him.
Huerta left behind his shoes, a coat and a stun gun, according to court documents.
The girl was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Huerta was charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct (first-degree penetration/victim under 18) and first-degree burglary of an occupied dwelling, and is currently being held at the Ramsey County Jail without bond.
He has reportedly admitted to breaking into the girl’s home and raping her.
The illegal alien has a long criminal history including arrests for two burglaries of an occupied dwelling, robbery and auto theft. He was even arrested on February 1, when he was caught trying to fill-up a stolen vehicle at the Maplewood Police Department’s gas pump.
In each case, he was released and always failed to appear for court.
Following his last arrest, Ramsey County Judge Richard H. Kyle Jr. ordered Huerta released on $500 bail, despite his immigration status, his history of failing to appear and the danger he posed to the community.
*There were multiple chances to remove Huerta from the community upon which he preyed, but so-called ‘bail reform’ laws, ‘sanctuary’ policies, and activist judges kept this predator on the streets.
Now, an innocent girl has been viciously raped as a direct result of the aforementioned policies, and her life will never be the same.
Judge Richard Kyle Jr. is yet the latest in a long line of public officials who seem hellbent on providing more protection to criminals rather than to law-abiding citizens, and should be held accountable for his actions.
It has never been more evident that government at every level is a complete failure.