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A 26-year-old man accused of raping and assaulting a woman in Maryland last week, is reported to have been identified by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, as a Honduran citizen in the u.s. illegally.
ICE officers placed a detainer on Tuesday to Kevin, a man who is facing first-degree rape and attempted second-degree murder charges stemming from the Aug. 16 incident, according to FOX5 DC.
Kevin Mendoza is facing first-degree rape and attempted second-degree murder charges as a result of an accident in Silver Spring, Md., this past Friday, the.
(Montgomery County Police Department)
He was arrested on Monday in Silver Spring, maryland, as a result of an investigation conducted by the Montgomery County police department.
The department said the officers responded to a report of a rape at an apartment complex last week, and “determined that the victim was wearing items from her vehicle parked in the parking lot in front of the building when she noticed a man who appeared to be following her.”
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When the victim unlocked the building’s doors, and Mendoza — who used to live at the facility — took hold of her from behind and threw her to the ground, police said in a statement.
“The victim tried to scream and resist, but the suspect began to strangle it with his hands,” it added. “As the victim continued to try to escape, the suspect struck her several times in the face and head with a closed fist. The defendant then raped the victim.”
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The woman was sent to a local hospital for treatment of her injuries, and the doctors advised detectives that the severity of the strangulation of the victim, which could have led to her death,” the statement said.
A Montgomery County District Court judge’s denial of Mendoza’s bond, according to WJLA.