Sexual offender of a minor in Oaxaca sentenced to 33 years in prison
As part of the coordination between the country's Prosecutor's Offices and the United States Embassy, The arrest of a male person was achieved, who received a 33-year sentence for committing the crime of rape. aggravated against a girl, in the Sierra Sur of Oaxaca.
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Through a statement, the State Prosecutor's Office reported that in January 2021, the accused – identified as Apolin MV – sexually assaulted his daughter in the community of El Porvenir, municipality of La Reforma, in Putla Villa de Guerrero.
Based on field investigations, it was learned that the accused emigrated to the American Union, Therefore, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service was notified. (ICE) of the United States Embassy in Mexicowhich was in charge of executing the arrest warrant in the state of New Jersey.
Subsequently, ICE carried out the controlled deportation of the accused, through the International Border Bridge “Gateway”, which connects the cities of Brownsville, Texas with Matamoros (Tamaulipas), where he was handed over to the Federal Ministerial Police of the Attorney General's Office (FGR), who made him available to the Public Ministry of the state of Tamaulipas.
Apolinar 'MV' was placed at the disposal of elements of the FGEO State Investigation Agency, who coordinated his transfer to the Oaxacan entity to begin the criminal process against him.
On October 25, the Collegiate Trial Court based in Puerto Escondido handed down a conviction by proving the existence of the crime equivalent to aggravated rape, as well as the full responsibility of Apolinar 'MV', who will have to serve a sentence of 33 years in prison, as well as the payment of a fine of more than 248 thousand pesos and the payment of reparation for the damage.
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