SWEETWATER COUNTY, WY - On November 29, Third Judicial District Court Judge Suzannah Robinson sentenced Luis Saavedra Villa, 44, to 125 years in a Wyoming state prison, after the illegal alien pleaded no contest to aggravated kidnapping and first-degree sexual assault of an 8-year-old girl.
The unspeakably brutal assault took place in June 2022.
In a joint press release, Sweetwater County Attorney Dan Erramouspe and Sheriff John Grossnickle stated:
Saavedra Villa’s case stems from a sheriff’s office investigation earlier this year. In June, sheriff’s deputies and detectives responded to a residence north of Rock Springs, after the victim reported to her brother that she had been sexually assaulted the night before.
Investigators soon learned that Saavedra Villa, a family friend known to the child as “uncle,” had picked up the young girl at her residence during the evening, while the child’s mother was at work, took the child to McDonald’s, and then sexually assaulted her in his work truck before dropping her back off at her home. The young girl tried to escape during the sexual assault, but Saavedra Villa locked the truck’s doors and would not let her get out of the vehicle. Saavedra Villa also forced the girl to clean up her own blood from his truck after the assault.
The young victim was taken to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City for emergency surgery to treat the injuries she sustained during the rape.
Saavedra Villa is a registered sex offender in the state of Wyoming and was deported back to Mexico in 2001, after being convicted of sexual abuse of a minor in Uinta County.
Obviously, he had no difficulty re-entering the United States, and even living openly and working in the oil industry, albeit illegally.
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