An MS-13 gang member who was previously deported four times was arrested on Long Island, New York, last week for sexually assaulting a two-year-old girl and stabbing two women. Police suspect 31-year-old Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura, an illegal alien from El Salvador, sexually assaulted his victim on Tuesday night while her mother was at work.
After the assault, the suspect is said to have gone to a bar where he stabbed a woman over a dispute about marijuana. Upon returning home early Wednesday morning, the two-year-old victim’s mother noticed injuries to her daughter and confronted Alvarado-Ventura, who then stabbed her as well. Alvarado-Ventura plead not guilty to the crimes Thursday.
The crime is “probably the most heinous criminal act I’ve ever seen. It really is nauseating,” acting Nassau County Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter said at a news conference Thursday.
Alvarado-Ventura was deported to El Salvador four times between 2006 and 2011, police confirmed, and had a record which included arrests for assault, contempt of court, drunk driving, disorderly conduct, and false impersonation.
The horrific crime comes on the heels of news that illegal alien Henry Sanchez-Millian, an 18-year-old Guatemalan, and Jose Montano, a 17-year-old from El Salvador, brutally raped a 14-year-old classmate during school hours in Rockville, Maryland.
The pair of incidents follow a spate of recent heinous sex crimes involving illegal aliens, forcing increased press attention nationwide.
In early March, 19-year-old Guatemalan Douglas Hus-Flores was arrested in Stamford, Connecticut, after sexually assaulting a three-year-old girl. That same week, 29-year-old Jorge Zapata-Rosas was arrested in Texas for raping a seven-year-old girl.
19-year-old illegal alien Kevin Cisneros was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Trenton, New Jersey, for the sexual assault of a 14-year-old and 44-year-old illegal alien Mateo Campos-Garcia was arrested in Rowan County, North Carolina, for indecent liberties with a child and a first-degree sexual offense.
Also, in March, Border Patrol agents apprehended at least three convicted illegal alien sex offenders trying to re-enter the United States. Zeferino Galindo-Lopes, 32, Francisco Bravo-Ruelas, 38, and Rene Murillo-Almansa, 46, were arrested in Arizona. All three had convictions for serious sexual offenses involving children.
In just January and February of this year, North Carolinians for Immigration Reform and Enforcement (NCFIRE), which tracks sex crimes committed by illegal aliens, identified 40 illegal aliens charged with over 85 sexual offenses in just the Tar Heel State.
An NYPD report titled “Crime and Enforcement Activity in New York City” from 2015, the latest year for which one is publicly available, shows Hispanics accounted for 31.2 percent of murder arrests, 30.1 percent of robbery arrests, 33.7 percent of felonious assault arrests, 28.7 percent of grand larceny arrests, and 28.1 percent of shooting arrests respectively.
These numbers align relatively closely to the city’s Hispanic population — which according to the Census Bureau’s 2014 American Community Survey was 29 percent of its inhabitants. However, of the arrests for various sexual offenses, Hispanics made up a significantly higher percentage. Hispanics accounted for 41 percent of misdemeanor sex crime arrests, 42.6 percent of rape arrests, and nearly half — 47.3 percent — of other felonious sex crime arrests, the NYPD report shows.
In addition to being a child rapist, Alvarado-Ventura is a suspected member of the brutal MS-13 gang, whose increased violent activities have been reported on in various parts of the nation.
On March 2, 13 MS-13 gang members, 10 of whom are illegal aliens, were indicted for a string of crimes including the murders of two area teenagers. That same week, two MS-13 gang members in Houston, Texas were arrested for murdering a teenage girl during a “satanic“ ritual.
Three weeks ago, Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued detainers for six MS-13 members in Virginia involved in the January killing of 15-year-old Damaris Alexandra Reyes Rivas of Gaithersburg, Maryland. Two other bodies, suspected victims of the vicious gang, were discovered in Virginia only days before the detainers were issued.