Week of September Oct. 30 – Nov. 6
Halloween week was a particularly violent period when it came to illegal immigrants committing crimes. From drug possession to rape and murder, there were just too many incidents to put into this week’s report. The lax laws in sanctuary communities make it that much easier for aliens to commit offenses and get away with hurting U.S. citizens.
Illegal Alien Rapes Teen at Knifepoint
King County, WA
A couple met a homeless man through a previous employer and, trying to help him get back on his feet, allowed him to move into their Federal Way apartment. The new roommate, Rene Maya Estrada, 34, then reportedly raped the couple’s 17-year-old daughter at knifepoint.
“The defendant is essentially a stranger to the victim,” said Senior Deputy Prosecutor Celia Lee. Two days after moving in, “the defendant waited for the victim to arrive home from work, grabbed her and forced her into her bedroom at knifepoint, where he removed her clothing and raped her. He told her he would kill her if she did not comply with his demands. When she resisted, he punched her.”
When the victim heard noises outside, she told the assailant that her family was returning home. He ordered her to get dressed, then pushed her out of the apartment, again at knifepoint, and into the building’s shared laundry room, where he raped her again.
A car pulled into the parking lot and stopped outside of the laundry room. The victim claimed the occupants of the vehicle were her cousins. Estrada then reportedly released her and tried to take her back to the upstairs apartment, but the teen instead walked to the car and pretended to get inside until the suspect left the area. A woman in the parking lot brought the young girl to her apartment and called the authorities.
Estrada was arrested later and taken to the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent with a $500,000 bail. Prosecutors say he has been in the state of Washington for eight months and was subject to immigration removal proceedings in 2005. He had his Mexican passport with him at the time of arrest. There is also a warrant issued from Colorado for drug charges.
Charged with Rape, Admits to Double Murder
Manatee County, FL
Omar Navis Torres, 39, was booked into the Manatee County jail on Oct. 31 after being accused of raping a woman. While in custody, the suspect admitted to murdering a man and a woman in Mexico. He remains incarcerated on a $35,000 bond.
The rape victim said Torres has a “crack and alcohol addiction” while alleging that he beat and sexually assaulted her on more than one occasion. According to reports, the suspect threw the female onto a bed and struck her multiple times. The woman claims the Torres told her that she was not good for anything but sex and then forced himself on her. She told police that she stopped resisting him because he wouldn’t stop hitting her otherwise. Police said the suspect allegedly controlled the woman with fear, telling her that if she contacted law enforcement he would kill her, and if he couldn’t find her, he’d go after her family, kill them, and then commit suicide.
The threats kept the woman from calling the authorities until a second violent encounter.
Immigrant Strangles Girlfriend to Death
An 18-year-old woman is dead after her boyfriend, Pablo Choc-Caal, 20, reportedly strangled her to death with an extension cord.
Trenton EMS responded to a home, where emergency responders found the victim, Irma Patrona Ic-Maaz, on the floor of a bedroom and pronounced her dead at the scene. Detectives determined the couple had been arguing before the crime, but no other information was available at the time of this report.
Choc-Caal was arrested at the site that evening and taken to the Mercer County Correction Center, where he awaits a detention hearing in Superior Court.