Deported THREE Times and They Charged Him With 21 Sexual Assaults…

42-year-old illegal immigrant Juan Rodriguez Alfaro is the suspect in a string of at least 21 separate incidents of sexual assault and violence towards women and girls. 

Each of these events took place along the Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail since July.

And the worst part is apparently Alfaro had been deported from the country three times, according to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson.

Rodriguez Alfaro “exposed himself and was engaging in obscene sexual behaviors and grabbed the victim’s genitals before fleeing the area,” Deboard said.

The Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD) made a recent update on the case, revealing that Alfaro “had an outstanding warrant for attempted rape and sexual assault” for another incident that happened just last year in the state of New York.

Now, Alfaro is facing charges of obscene sexual display and battery.

As a precaution in case Alfaro might be released from custody, a detainer has been filed with the FCPD so ICE can be properly alerted.

Breitbart reported more details on the story:

Police said Alfaro is possibly linked to at least 21 sexual assaults in the area and in some cases, they said he was naked. Before his arrest, in a separate 2021 case, Alfaro was wanted for attempted rape and sexual assault in Suffolk County, New York — another sanctuary jurisdiction.

In that case, Suffolk County police said Alfaro attacked a woman who was jogging and attempted to rape her. Alfaro was allegedly wearing only a tank top at the time.

At the time of the alleged sexual assault in New York, Alfaro had been deported from the U.S. three times, according to officials at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.

Like New York state, Fairfax County has sanctuary policies on the books that prevent local law enforcement from turning criminal illegal aliens over to ICE agents for arrest and deportation.

Alfaro remains in police custody in Fairfax County. ICE officials have filed a detainer to request that Alfaro be turned over to their custody if he is released at any time. Fairfax County officials, as a result of their sanctuary policies, are likely to deny the request.

Investigators were able to obtain video evidence from one of Alfaro’s victims showing an “indecent exposure” incident back on August 14 near Woodland Grove Place.

Just a few days after this incident, detectives executed a search warrant at Alfaro’s home, where additional evidence was collected that connected the man to three more incidents.

“Since he was arrested, detectives obtained additional charges stemming from these incidents to include indecent exposure, peeping, unlawful entry, and two counts of obscene sexual display,” investigators said.


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