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Washington-authorities are hunting a convicted rapist who they believe attacked a wheelchair-bound woman, just three days after getting out of prison, where he would be locked up for rape by the same woman.
Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, 35, was released from prison last Thursday after serving less than a year ago, for the rape of a White Center woman on two occasions.
A spokesman for the King County prosecuting attorney’s office, told Fox News in an e-mail message that Carranza-Ramirez was charged with rape in the 3rd degree in October and pleaded guilty in February.
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After nine months in prison, including time served, if the case has been transferred), Carranza-Ramirez was convicted and sentenced by a judge to go back to Mexico, as part of a plea agreement. When contacted by Fox News, the prosecution could not be confirmed in Carranza-Ramirez’s citizenship status, but did his criminal history does not specifically indicate that they are in the U.S. illegally.
Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, 35, was released from prison last Thursday after serving less than a year in prison for the rape of a White Center woman.
King County Sheriff’s Office)
Authorities say he was released from prison on Thursday, and on Saturday, he told the 32-year-old woman, who he had previously terrorized. As he approached the woman and allegedly assaulted her. The woman, who is partially paralyzed, and had cuts and bruises, and a seizure and a concussion after authorities say she was strangled and punched in the head, the Seattle Times reported.
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Carranza-Ramirez met the victim in September, when he said to the woman, and her 2-year-old son for a ride home from a meeting on that day. He’s worked his way up to her apartment, where he raped her, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported.
Two days later, he showed up at her apartment, and once again molested her.
Carranza-Ramirez is an assault in the second degree, a crime of stalking, harassment, witness to a crime and a violation of a sexual assault protection order. With a possible sentence of the multiplier is due to the reported re-offending is only the day after leaving the prison, they were connected to each load.