Two illegal aliens regarded 12-Year-Old Girl as ‘Fresh Meat’; charged with rape
WHEATON, MD. – Here is the lay of the land. The age of consent in Mexico is 12 years of age, thus the cultural diversity being embraced in the liberal land of Montgomery County Maryland which is an “sanctuary county” and fails to participate in deporting illegal aliens has become a breeding ground for violent crime – thus this story of a horrific kidnap and rape of a child by two thugs who referred to her as “fresh meat”. The accused thugs in this crime may simply be living the lifestyle of the land from which they departed, perhaps as children themselves and are simply “dreamers”, given special status by the left-wing elite of Maryland. These ‘dreamers’ are now becoming the beneficiaries of all the rights of an American citizen charged with a crime. The crime of the kidnapping and rape of a small child.
Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department – Special Victims Investigations Division have charged Enrique Carbajal, 24, and Victor Tome, age 19, both of 11500 Elkin St. #1, Silver Spring, Md., (Wheaton) with kidnapping and rape. Detectives with the Metropolitan Police Department and Alexandria Police Department in Virginia are investigating similar sex crimes that occurred in their jurisdictions.
On March 31, 2016, Montgomery County Police report that county detectives began investigating the kidnapping and rape of a 12-year-old female that occurred in Wheaton.
Preliminary investigation revealed that on March 26, 2016, a suspect later identified as Carbajal, who is known to the victim’s family, made contact with the victim without the parent’s permission at an address in Northeast, Washington, D.C.
Carbajal drove the victim to his and Tome’s shared residence in Wheaton, where she was sexually assaulted by both suspects.
It is believed that the victim was then taken to an address in Virginia.
The Washington Post reported:
“According to the Montgomery court records, on March 26, Carbajal called the girl’s mother at her job and asked whether her daughter was at their D.C. address. The mother said the child was with her father, to which Carbajal said he wanted to go ring the doorbell and take the girl to lunch. The mother told him not to do that, according to the records.
The same day, Carbajal rang the doorbell of the residence in Northwest Washington, the girl answered, and he told her that her mother had given them permission to go to lunch, according to court records.
Authorities said the girl was sexually assaulted in her District residence between noon and 12:15 p.m. Carbajal is charged in a warrant with first-degree child sex offense, D.C. police said.
Court documents say Carbajal then took the girl to a van and that she was driven to Carbajal’s apartment in Wheaton, where they had lunch, and where police said he forced her into a bedroom and raped her.
The girl “stated she then opened the door and Tome came into the room,” court records say. “Carbajal stated to Tome that ‘fresh meat’ was there, referring to” the girl.
Tome then raped her, according to police.
On April 5, 2016, detectives obtained arrest warrants for Carbajal and Tome, charging them with one count each of first-degree rape, second-degree rape, kidnapping, false imprisonment, and second-degree assault.
On April 6, detectives arrested Carbajal and Tome on the strength of the arrest warrants at their home.
Carbajal and Tome were both ordered to be held on a $500,000 bond.
The Metropolitan Police Department’s Youth and Family Services Division announced an arrest has been made in connection to a First Degree Child Sexual Abuse case that occurred on Saturday, March 26, 2016, in the 5100 block of 8th Street, Northwest.
On Wednesday, April 6, 2016, pursuant to a DC Superior Court arrest warrant, 24-year-old Enrique Carbajal, of Montgomery County, MD, was arrested and charged with First Degree Child Sexual Abuse. Mr. Williams was arrested by members of the Montgomery County Police Department for an additional offense committed in their jurisdiction. Carbajal is awaiting extradition to Washington, DC.
This report on Fox News in 2014:
“According to NBC Washington, “Montgomery County has been asked to house unaccompanied minors from Central America in a state facility until foster families can be found for them.” Maryland is reportedly “looking to house up to 1,800 unaccompanied minors now in federal custody after crossing the border,” and 25 of the illegal immigrant juveniles will be sent to Montgomery County.
Montgomery County is reportedly home to “half of all the immigrants” in the state, according to a state official, and “more than 100 unaccompanied minors were enrolled in the county’s public school system last year.” They qualified for “English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)” classes, and enrollment in those classes has been surging.”
The illegal immigrant juveniles, ironically are prey to the illegal immigrant criminals. Both the victims and alleged perpetrators in this story have yet to be identified as such by authorities who attempt to avoid such identification in official reports.
As Judicial Watch noted, “Montgomery County has long offered illegal aliens a variety of perks and protections” and came under “intense fire a few years ago over a series of high-profile murders committed by illegal immigrants who had been arrested by local police and released.” They were not deported due to “the county’s sanctuary policies, they were not reported to federal authorities for deportation despite their criminal histories.”
In addition, Montgomery County has “spent $100,000 in taxpayer funds to help illegal immigrants fill out paperwork to receive temporary amnesty under President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action plan that he unilaterally instituted.”
The Washington Post reported: ”Federal immigration agents have filed jail detainers on Carbajal and Tome, a jail official said Friday. Such detainers indicate that immigration officials believe they have grounds to deport someone.”src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js">