March 2013

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March 2013

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    Sheriff's office, Marshals service looking for Mebane man on child sex charges

A former Mebane resident and illegal alien is being sought in connection with a variety of sex offenses.

Jose Guadalupe Ramirez-Ambriz, 38, is wanted on multiple counts of first-degree sex offense with a child

    under 13 and indecent liberties with a minor. He’s being sought by detectives with the Alamance County

    Sheriff’s Office with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force.

    Ramirez-Ambriz’s last known address was on Calloway Drive in Mebane. He is also known as Jose Ramires and Jose Guadalupe.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, detectives initiated an investigation after receiving a report from the

    Alamance County Department of Social Services. The report came after the DSS received information about the alleged offenses from a school counselor. The alleged victim is a female younger than 13.

    According to the Sheriff’s Office, Ramirez-Ambriz has arrest histories in Alamance and Johnston counties, as well as in Hendersonville. He was also arrested in both Oregon and Utah.

    Investigators said they believe Ramirez-Ambriz is trying to flee Alamance County, possibly trying to return to Mexico. Anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office, the U.S. Marshals Service or their local law enforcement agency.

Ramirez-Ambriz’s name has been entered into the NCIC data base, with his extradition authorized by the

    Alamance County District Attorney’s Office.

    Cary man held on child-sex charges dating back to 2002 on 2 separate girls

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CARY Police have charged a 44-year-old man with two counts of first-degree rape, four counts of

    statutory rape and two counts of taking indecent liberties with a child.

    Francisco Vasquez-Garcia was being held at the Wake County Detention Center in lieu of $6.1 million bail.

    In an arrest report, police said Vasquez-Garcia lives at 202 Hickory St. in the McSwain Mobile Home Park and works as a cook at a restaurant.

The first-degree rape charges both involve the same girl when she was younger than 13.

    One count says the offense occurred between 2002 and the beginning of 2010, and the other cites 2006 through the end of 2009.

Cary police also alleged four counts of statutory rape or sexual offense under a section of the law that specifies

    a victim is 13 to 15 years old.

The two counts of taking indecent liberties cite a different girl and say one incident happened between Sept.

    1 and New Year’s and the other during January.

    In addition to the bail set by a magistrate, Vasquez-Garcia was ordered held for a check of his immigration status.

    Papers filed with the charges say he was arrested on the Texas-Mexico border on a charge of being in the country illegally and that he is from El Salvador.

Durham County Child Rape Arrest

Jorge Alberto Juarez-Lopez: 3/ 2/2013.

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Men arrested for allegedly raping runaway 14 yr old

    JACKSONVILLE, ONSLOW COUNTY - Two men were arrested for allegedly raping a runaway teen.

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    Luis Eduardo Sanchez, 33, of Wilmington Highway in Jacksonville, and Alonzo Lee Davenport, 39, of Picket Road in Jacksonville, were arrested on March 4.

    According to Onslow County deputies, the suspects picked up a 14-year-old runaway on Wilmington Highway in November of last year. The suspects then allegedly took her to a home, where they sexually assaulted her.

Sanchez and Davenport were each charged for one count of statutory rape of a person who is 14 years old,

    one count of statutory sexual offense of a person who is 14 years old, and one count of indecent liberties with a child.

Both suspects were held under $200,000 secured bonds.

Winston-Salem man faces child sexual abuse charges

A Winston-Salem man was arrested Thursday on child sexual abuse charges.

Rosendo Rodriquez Contrereas, 25, of 5255 Shattalon Drive was charged with five counts of indecent

    liberties with a minor and one count of statutory sex offense, according to a news release from the Winston-

    Salem Police Department.

    Police officers received information Dec. 22, 2012, that Contrereas had attempted to persuade a teenager to perform sexual acts. During the investigation, officers discovered that Contrereas had sexually assaulted someone else, the news release said.

    Contrereas is in the Forsyth County Jail with bond set at $250,000. He is scheduled to appear in Forsyth District Court on April 25.

    Anyone with information is asked to call the Winston-Salem Police Department at (336) 773-7700 or Crime Stoppers at (336) 727-2800.

Sex Offender Sentenced To Prison For Raping Juvenile

    A Smithfield man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty Friday to forcible rape.

Last October 29, Daniel Sosa III, 23, of Black Creek Road, persuaded a 14 year-old girl to run away with him.

The victim’s mother reported her daughter missing.

    Investigators said Sosa held the girl against her will for several days and during that time sexually assaulted the victim.

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    Assistant District Attorney Paul Jackson said Sosa was a leader in the SUR13 gang and a convicted sex


    During sentencing Friday, Superior Court Judge Thomas Lock imposed the maximum sentence against Sosa of 138 to 178 months in prison.

    ‖The District Attorney’s Office is pleased with the sentence and the fact that we were able to successfully remove this sexual predator/gang member from our community,‖ Jackson told WTSB News.

According to the NC Sex Offender Registry, Sosa was convicted in December 2008 for kidnapping and

    taking indecent liberties with a minor. He was released from prison in March 2011.

Kinston Superior Court

Pablo V. Martinez, indecent liberties with minor, guilty, sentenced to 16-20 months in the Dept. of


Man gets 16 years in prison for raping 12-year-old girl

    A 20-year-old man will spend at least 16 years in prison after admitting to raping a 12-year-old girl.

Francisco Jose Perez Santiago, 20, pleaded guilty to first-degree statutory rape and indecent liberties with

    a child last week, according to the Cleveland County District Attorney's Office.

    A judge sentenced Santiago to 16 to 24 years in prison. Santiago also received a one- to two-year suspended sentence that could be activated if he violates probation after completing his prison sentence.

    Assistant District Attorney Beth Lari said Santiago had moved into the home with the girl and her mother as a roommate.

    "Within a few weeks of moving in, he began to sexually assault the 12-year-old daughter," Lari said.

    Lari said the girl told her mother and she was taken to Kings Mountain Hospital not long after the assault.

    "(The doctor) located physical evidence of sexual assault, Kings Mountain Police Department interviewed the victim and picked up the suspect," Lari said. "He confessed to sexual acts with a child."

    Santiago will also have to comply with sex offender control program conditions, register as a sex offender for life and will receive satellite monitoring for life.

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Iredell man faces child abuse charge

    A call from the Iredell County Department of Social Services led to a child abuse charge against a Mooresville man earlier this week.

Laurentio Jaimes Vega, 36, of Johnson Dairy Road, Mooresville, was arrested Monday on a charge of assault

    on a child under 12. His bond was set at $1,500.

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office began an investigation on Feb. 20 after receiving a call from DSS.

Lt. Bill Hamby of the ICSO’s Special Victims Unit went to a Mooresville-area elementary school and talked

    with the 6-year-old alleged victim. Hamby said the child had arrived at school with injuries to the left side of his head and face.

    After taking photographs and gathering information, Hamby attempted to locate Vega but was unsuccessful. A warrant was obtained and he was located Monday.

Winston-Salem child sex abuse suspect arrested in Atlanta

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. A Winston-Salem man suspected of sexually abusing a child was arrested last week in Atlanta, Ga.

    Police say Eduardo Olea Herrera, 33, of Bethabara Road, was arrested Thursday night on Buford Highway in Atlanta.

The suspect is charged with five counts of statutory rape and five counts of felony child abuse.

    According to the Winston-Salem Police Department, officers began investigating allegations that Herrera was sexually abusing a juvenile on Jan. 3.

Investigators learned that Herrera had allegedly abused the victim repeatedly over the course of several

    years, police said.

    Police say Herrera abruptly left his home on Thursday morning while evidence against him was being gathered.

    Warrants for the suspect’s arrest were then issued, after which he was taken into custody by ICE agents and Atlanta police officers. Police said he was on a bus headed for Mexico.

    Herrera is currently being held in the DeKalb County Jail while detectives work to extradite him back to Forsyth County.

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    Illegal alien child-rape suspect was actually released by ICE in 2011

Jose Guadalupe Ramirez-Ambriz, 38, is currently wanted on multiple counts of first-degree statutory sex

    offense with a child under age 13 and indecent liberties with a minor. He is currently on the run and

    investigators with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) and the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force

    are searching for the illegal alien.

The Times-News reported:

    According to the Sheriff’s Office, detectives initiated an investigation after receiving a report from the Alamance County Department of Social Services. The report came after the DSS received information about the alleged offenses from a school counselor. The alleged victim is a female younger than 13.

    As with all crimes committed by illegal aliens, this latest tragedy was 100 percent preventable.

However, this one is doubly maddening due to the fact that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

    actually had Ramirez-Ambriz in custody and released him, apparently at the request of an illegal alien advocacy group known as the North Carolina Immigrant Rights Project (NCIRP).

    Recently, Alamance County Attorney Clyde Albright sent a memo to county commissioners, detailing the apparent influence the NCIRP has over ICE...

    On July 24, 2011, Ramirez-Ambriz was arrested by deputies with the Alamance County Sheriff's Office (ACSO) and charged with a DUI. He was booked into the Alamance County Jail on that same day, with an immigration detainer in place.

    On August 9, 2011, ICE picked up Ramirez-Ambriz and transported him to their facility in Gainesville, GA.

    Prosecutors in Alamance County only agreed to drop the charges against Ramirez-Ambriz because they were told he was being deported.

    Then, sometime after April 26, 2012, ICE released Ramirez-Ambriz, despite the fact that he had 3 DUIs in North Carolina, alone, as well as a criminal record in both Utah and Oregon.

So, why did they release him?

    In 2012, the Special Litigation Section of the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ began an investigation of the Alamance County Sheriff's Office (ACSO), accusing Sheriff Terry Johnson of "racial profiling" and "discrimination" against unlicensed Latino drivers.

    Basically, the DOJ was upset that ACSO deputies were discovering large numbers of illegal aliens from Mexico in their county, and rightly identifying some of them for deportation.

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    Attorney Marty Rosenbluth, who runs the NCIRP, asked them to exercise the Obama administration's policy of "prosecutorial discretion," as Rosenbluth claimed that the Mexican national's removal "would not serve any interests of the United States."

    Of course, Rosenbluth is the head of the North Carolina Immigrant Rights Project, which helped secure the release of Ramirez-Ambriz, now accused of sexually assaulting a little girl in Alamance County.

    Salisbury woman charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor

    SALISBURY A Salisbury woman who went out partying, leaving her children at a Linn Lane home with a man now faces a misdemeanor charge. The Salisbury Police charged Tiodomira “Tia” Anna-Marie Caudillo,

    21, of North Craige Street, with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

    The incident occurred on Sunday when a woman told investigators her son spent the night at a home on Linn Lane, where he babysat Caudillo’s 2-year-old son and a 9-month-old.

    He fell asleep watching the 2-year-old, but had no idea the infant was in another bedroom. He’d been watching the 2-year-old since Saturday around 7 p.m. Some time between 4 a.m. and 4:30 a.m. the man said he heard the baby crying. He saw the infant on the floor crying. The baby was in a master bedroom of the home. The relationship between Caudillo and the babysitter is unclear.

    A police report said Caudillo and a friend, at whose home the babysitting took place, went to a party. When the babysitter realized the infant was in another part of the house, he called Caudillo by cellphone and told her she needed to get her children. She went to the Linn Lane home at 5:45 a.m. and then sped away in her car. She returned at 8:50 a.m. and told the babysitter she was at a home in Spencer.

    Salisbury Police Capt. Shelia Lingle said the Rowan County Department of Social Services was contacted and will conduct its own investigation.

Illegal alien charged with beating pregnant woman, kidnapping

On Monday, police in Durham arrested Santos Reynaldo Aplicano Gomez, 35, after he reportedly beat and

    strangled his pregnant girlfriend, and abducted her 5-year-old son.

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    The child was found unharmed and reunited with his mother.

    The woman, who is 8-months pregnant, was treated and released for her injuries at a local hospital.

    Gomez has been charged with communicating threats, assault on a female, assault by strangulation, kidnapping, battery of an unborn child, assault in the presence of a minor and interfering with emergency communications.

He is currently being held in the Durham County Jail on an immigration detainer.

Durham man charged with kidnapping

    DURHAM, N.C. A Durham man is charged in connection with a domestic dispute and kidnapping that prompted authorities to issue an Amber Alert early Monday for a missing 5-year-old boy.

The alert for the boy was canceled about 8:30 a.m. two hours after it was issued after Durham police said he

    was found unharmed and returned to his mother.

    The mother's boyfriend, Santos Reynaldo Aplicano Gomez, is charged with communicating threats, assault on a female, assault by strangulation, kidnapping, battery of an unborn child, assault in the presence of a minor and interfering with emergency communications.

    Officers responded to a domestic dispute about 11:34 p.m. Sunday at the mother's apartment in the 2300 block of Lednum Street. The woman told police she was injured in a fight with her boyfriend and that he left with her 5-year-old son and his 4-year-old son.

    The woman was taken to a nearby hospital while police began searching for Gomez. He was found with both children. Police did not give details on how and where Gomez was located.

Gomez was being held Monday afternoon at Durham Police Headquarters.

Two Raeford men charged with first-degree rape and kidnapping

RAEFORD - Two Raeford men were charged with first-degree rape after a woman told police she was

    assaulted Saturday after asking one of them to give her a ride home, Raeford police said.

Jose Luis Gabriel, 23, of the 500 block of East Elwood Avenue, and Jose Sanchez Vega, 34, of the 200 block

    of Reeves Street, also are charged with first-degree kidnapping, said Maj. Marc Godwin of the Raeford

    Police Department.

    The 23-year-old victim said she was walking home about 9 p.m. when one of the men called her, Godwin said.

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    She asked if he would pick her up and take her home, Godwin said.

    They picked her up but drove her to Gabriel's apartment, where Gabriel forced the woman to have sex, Godwin said. One of the men had a knife, Godwin said.

    Investigators say Vega did not rape the woman but is charged with the same offenses because he was there.

The woman reported the rape to police immediately, Godwin said.

Bail for Gabriel and Vega was set at $500,000 each, Godwin said.

Brunswick County girl missing 2 years

    On the cool morning of May 5, 2011, freshman Rachel Natacha Owens was last to step off the school bus in front of South Brunswick High. Waiting in the parking lot was a car. Owens got into the passenger seat. The car drove away. And Owens vanished.

    Rachel's last known movements were captured by a security camera perched on a nearby school building, and on Monday those images were made public for the first time as detectives try to reignite an investigation that has gone cold.

Rachel, now 17, has not been heard from in nearly two years. Suspicions abound that she may have been

    spirited into Mexico, setting up a tricky conflict for law enforcement. Investigators trying to pinpoint her whereabouts must now straddle disparate laws, customs and infrastructures in a wide-ranging search across two countries.

    ―Some of the resources available in the U.S. are not available once you cross the border,‖ said Maureen Heads, supervisor of the missing children division at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. ―Trying

    to get information about where individuals may be can become a challenge.‖

High Point man charged with 2nd-degree murder in pedestrian’s death

HIGH POINT A High Point man faces charges including second-degree murder regarding a car crash that

    killed a pedestrian Tuesday afternoon.

    Sengtavanh James Uprajay, 31, of 1215 Pennywood Drive, was driving a Toyota minivan east on Greensboro Road about 2:05 p.m. when he ran off the road to the right and struck a mailbox and a drainage ditch.

    The minivan then hit John Floyd, who was walking east on the shoulder of Greensboro Road, police said.

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    Uprajay then swerved to the left, overcorrected and went into the westbound lane of the road, hitting a Toyota driven by a 68-year-old High Point man. Uprajay’s car then overturned.

    Floyd, 49, of High Point, who had serious head injuries from the crash, was pronounced dead at the scene.

    The driver of the Toyota had serious but non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to High Point Regional Hospital, according to police.

Uprajay also had injuries and was taken to the hospital.

    Police said Uprajay was under the influence of prescription drugs and other narcotics when the crash occurred.

    He was charged with second-degree murder, aggravated felony death by motor vehicle, aggravated serious injury by motor vehicle, driving while intoxicated, driving left of center and driving while his license was revoked.

He was jailed under a $500,000 secured bond.

Suspect ID'd In Burlington Fatal Hit-And-Run

    Burlington, NC -- Police say they've identified a suspect in a hit-and-run accident that left one man dead.

Investigators are looking for 35-year-old Omar Orozco of Hilton Road in Burlington.

Police say Orozco is wanted in relation to the hit-and-run death of Justin Holland March 1. Officers found

    Holland lying in the road on N. Church St. around 11 p.m. Feb. 28. The suspect's vehicle had already left the scene before police arrived.

When arrested, Orozco will face charges of felony hit-and-run resulting in death.

    A witness said the car in question was a gray, four-door vehicle, occupied by two Hispanic men. The witness told police the vehicle continued west on Church Street and turned into Cum Park Plaza after the collision.

Man arrested in hit-and-run that killed 2, including toddler

    Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have arrested a man in a hit-and-run that left two people dead, including a toddler.

Oscar Francisco Garcia-Fuentes, 23, is charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter and three

    counts of felony hit-and-run, police announced early Sunday. He is being held in the Mecklenburg County jail.

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