ZEBULON, NC- Police are investigating the rape of a young teen girl. And although the department won’t release the information because of “sanctuary” laws, sources tell us that the suspect wasn’t here legally.
The case involves a disturbing rape of a 15-year-old girl, allegedly committed by a man more than twice her age while she was headed to school.
Just as disturbing was the fact that police say the accused attacker used a translator app on his phone to compliment the young girl’s appearance after assaulting her.
According to a North Carolina warrant, 33-year-old Victor Emandes-Ramirez, of Wake County, had allegedly raped a 15-year-old girl.
The warrant also revealed that Ramirez, who doesn’t speak English, enlisted the use of a translator app to tell the young girl that she was pretty after the violent act.
The Wake County Sheriff’s Office stated that Ramirez was arrested on January 9th after they had investigated the complaint filed with them.
On January 9th, deputies were called out to a Wake County high school at around 7:35 a.m. to investigate a reported rape that took place off Pearces Road north of Zebulon. Sheriff’s deputies spoke with the 15-year-old victim, and stated that a man named “Victor” had kidnapped her as she was making her way to the bus stop that morning.
Ramirez then allegedly drove the young girl to a shed behind a house not far from her bus top and proceeded to rape her before taking her back to his vehicle.
The suspect then allegedly drove the victim to her high school to drop her off.
Before the young victim had exited the car, Ramirez used Google Translate on his phone to tell her that she looked pretty and to not tell her brothers what happened.
While there’s been no mention if there’s an existing familiarity between the victim and the accused rapist, based upon the context provided by the warrant it certainly seems likely.
The young girl was then taken to a medical facility where staff administered a sexual assault kit. She had also provided investigators with a description of the suspect, noting that he was wearing pants with white paint on them.
Surveillance footage that was secured from the victim’s high school showed her getting out of the vehicle matching one that is owned by Ramirez, according to the warrant.
Ramirez was arrested and processed at the Wake County Detention Center at 6:30 p.m. that same day. He’s currently being held on charges for first-degree kidnapping, statutory rape of a child 15 years of age or younger, and statutory sex offense with a child 15 years of age or younger.
His bond has been set at $1 million and has a scheduled court appearance for January 30th.
It’s not just happening in North Carolina. Take a look at what happened last week in California.
Chesa Boudin, San Francisco’s brand new district attorney, was never trying to hide his support of criminals. But this week, the extent of that support was made disgustingly clear.
Last week, a 13-year-old girl, Sienna Carter, went missing from the campus of the University of California San Francisco. Reportedly, the Fort Bragg girl and her family were at the school’s Madison clinic for her sister’s pediatric diabetes treatment.
Sienna stepped outside the building alone to “get some air.”
After a scary and unsettling weekend, Sienna was found safe at an Embarcadero ferry building. She was with a 22-year-old man. The man, identified as King John Baylon, was arrested on charges related to Sienna’s disappearance.
The charges amounted to 18 felonies and one misdemeanor. It was later reported that included in those charges were kidnapping, possession of child pornography, using a minor for sex acts, sexual intercourse with an underage person, oral copulation of a person under 18, lewd acts upon a child, and human trafficking of a minor.
Baylon’s bond was set at $1,000,000.
Two days later, Baylon was released from jail. No, he didn’t pay his bail. He was set free for other reasons.
UCSF Spokesperson Elizabeth Fernandez issued the following statement regarding Baylon’s release:
“We have just learned that the San Francisco District Attorney is setting aside charges pending further investigation into the case. I don’t have further information but wanted you to be aware as soon as we found this out.”
Excuse me, what? The SF DA’s office is SETTING ASIDE charges, as in not charging a 22-year-old adult male for engaging in sex acts and human trafficking with a 13-year-old CHILD?
When notified of her disappearance, a group of “citizen investigators” called Cold Case Mendocino began assisting Sienna’s family and police. They posted flyers all over the city and on social media, which brought several tips.
A restaurant worker in the Tenderloin district, Jaclyn Davis, called to report seeing Sienna. Jaclyn said she saw Sienna “shivering in an alley” and was concerned about her being alone, so she invited her to sit inside the restaurant.
Jaclyn said that Sienna “walked quickly and met a man, they embraced and walked off on foot.”
Ultimately, a tip from a Bay Area Rapid Transit employee led to authorities finding Sienna and Baylon at the ferry building. It wasn’t made clear where the two were staying during Sienna’s two-day disappearance.
Sienna’s phone was being consulted as evidence and it appeared that she met Baylon on the Internet.
It was not made clear what prompted the delay of charges. But the new DA ensures that all suspects are released if prosecutors do not file charges within 48 hours of their arrest.
So far, the only comment that the DA’s office would make is that “the case remains under investigation.”
Oh good. As long as it’s being investigated, there’s not way Baylon can get to other children to commit horrible, heinous sexual acts against them.
The insanity, absurdity, and repulsiveness of King John Baylon being a free man right now is completely unacceptable. This is exactly the type of situation that Law Enforcement Today has been warning about with Chesa Boudin’s election, and that thousands of San Francisco residents have been fearing.
Boudin introduced his “new style of justice” during his platform for SF District Attorney, proclaiming, “We aren’t going to criminalize poverty.”
Obviously they aren’t going to criminalize crimes either. Especially crimes against children, sexual in nature.
Chesa Boudin is beyond despicable.
The San Francisco Chronicle said they attempted to reach Baylon for comment but were unable to do so.
The dude is probably settled comfortably somewhere on a beach in Mexico with his pants down and a 13-year-old child on his lap.
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Prior to his release, people took to Cold Case Mendocino to comment on the report of Sienna being reunited with her family.
One person, Sonnet16Shakespeare said, “I am so impressed that this man, a rare find was arrested. The miracle that this young person was recovered ..reminds me of how important community is . We all need to let the world know that it’s over. We can not tolerate living in a world where you get away with these types of crimes.”
You’re right, Sonnet, we can’t tolerate living in a world where people get away with these types of crimes.
It’s unfortunate that Chesa Boudin disagrees.
Why does Chesa Boudin appear to be so against keeping criminals in jail?
Maybe it’s because he misses his mommy and daddy.
Both of Boudin’s parents were arrested and charged for murder during a robbery. His mom, Kathy Boudin, served 22 years in prison for the crime. His father, David Gilbert, is still there. It’s been reported that he may spend the rest of his life in prison (unless, of course, Boudin has anything to say about it. We’ll stay tuned on that). The victims of the murders were two police officers and a security guard.
“Growing up, I had to go through a metal detector and steel gates just to give my parents a hug,” Boudin said in his campaign video.
He went on to say that he experienced the “destructive effects” of mass incarceration, which is what has been his motivation for this criminal justice reform he so desperately seeks.
Um. Chesa? Any chance that maybe your life of metal detectors was thanks to your parents, you know, killing 3 human beings, all dedicated to lives of service to the public, when you were a toddler?
Let’s ask Officers Waverly L. Brown and Edward J. O’Grady, and Brinks employee Peter Paige. Oh, wait. We can’t, because they were murdered on October 20, 1981.
Meanwhile, Chesa is also determined to assure the legality of urinating and defecating in public streets. Prostitution? All good.
“We will not prosecute cases involving quality-of-life crimes,” Chesa announced. “Crimes such as public camping, offering or soliciting sex, public urination, blocking a sidewalk, etc., should not and will not be prosecuted. Many of these crimes are still being prosecuted; we have a long way to go to decriminalize poverty and homelessness.”
Wait. Soliciting sex is a quality-of-life issue? I always thought it was a quality-of-person issue.
Much like murdering two police officers and a security guard.
And much like working tirelessly to deny victims the justice they seek and deserve.
Chesa Boudin’s swearing-in ceremony was held at Herbst Theater at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.