A twice deported illegal alien was charged with child rape this week by Alabama authorities, according to WHNT News 12.
The arrest occurred in Marshall County, AL after David Ramirez Gonzalez, 29, was found hiding in his closet on Monday night following a 911 phone call reporting a 12-year-old female had been sexually assaulted. Gonzalez was "charged with first-degree rape, first-degree sexual abuse, and resisting arrest."
The illegal alien has been previously deported from the United States in 2008 and 2009. It is unclear when Gonzalez re-entered the country a third time, but police reports state that "Gonzalez has been known to use several aliases including a Facebook page under the name 'Noel Ramirez.'" Authorities say Gonzalez has used more than 10 different names to hide his presence in the United States.
This arrest comes as Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined President Donald J. Trump for a round table discussion with "key stakeholders" on what the White House says is a "national emergency" due to threats of illegal immigration.
According to reports, Gonzalez has no known drug trafficking affiliation but AG Marshall told the president that most problems with illegal immigrants in Alabama stem from the black market for narcotics. "Just in the past year in Alabama, we have had multiple incidents of violent crime—including crimes against children—committed by illegal immigrants who were here because of their roles in various drug-trafficking organizations. Even after being deported, sometimes multiple times, these criminals return to the drug trade and commit crimes against innocent Alabamians. It is reprehensible that we let this happen in America," AG Marshall told media.
It is unclear why Gonzalez was in the United States nor what will happen to the man if he is found guilty of child rape.