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Police arrested the rapist of a 13-year-old girl: he turned out to be an illegal immigrant who crossed the border with a child


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Migrant, who raped A 13-year-old girl was arrested in a New York park, reports FoxNews.

Cristian Geovanni Inga-Landi, a 25-year-old man from Ecuador, entered the country illegally in 2021 near Eagle Pass, Texas, with his three-year-old child.

Police released surveillance video showing Inga-Landi near the crime scene. After this, messages from townspeople began to arrive. Finally, on June 18, around XNUMX a.m., a group of local residents surrounded suspect and held him until the police arrived.

“Everyone knew who we were looking for,” said Joseph Kenny, who helped capture the suspect. “We knew who he was.” We saw him on the street. There were at least 10 local people trying to do the right thing.”

Inga-Landi received medical assistance. He had minor injuries. He tried to fight with the locals, who tied his legs with a belt to prevent him from running away.

Details of the crime

A 13-year-old girl and her one-year-old friend were walking in Kissena Park (Queens, New York) on Thursday, June 13, around 15:30 p.m. A Hispanic man approached the teenagers, showed them a knife and demanded that they follow him into the forest.

In a secluded corner of the park, the suspect took the teenagers' cellphones and then tied their wrists with a cord.

The suspect then raped the girl. Then he disappeared from the park. The teenagers managed to free themselves and run to a school across the street and then call 911.

Police offered a $10 reward for help in catching the suspect.

Officials released surveillance video of the suspect riding a bicycle. Police arrested him after local residents recognized the suspect and detained him. The victims were able to identify the criminal. Police said they were still examining other forensic evidence, including DNA.

“It was good police work,” said Joseph Giacalone, a retired NYPD sergeant and professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. “They were given a sketch of the suspect and a description of his tattoo, and then they were able to get surveillance photos and some help from the public. That's how it's supposed to work."

Inga-Lundi had several minor offenses, including failure to pay subway fares and drinking alcohol in public. Police said he was involved in a domestic violence incident for which no charges were filed.

“Punishing minor crimes matters, even though the city council is trying to tell us otherwise,” Giacalone said. “This creates a deterrent effect for future crimes.” Punishing minor offenses gives police the opportunity to gather intelligence to track down people who commit heinous crimes like the one we just saw.”

Under previous administrations, he said, a minor violator would be arrested, taken to the station and fingerprinted. This often helped the police solve more serious crimes.

Trump's Reaction

The attack took place close to Donald Trump's childhood neighborhood.

“I grew up right there,” he said. “Something like this would have been unthinkable years ago—simply unthinkable.”

Trump recalled how, as a child, he could calmly walk down the street.

“You could go downstairs and go to the candy store, and then come back - my parents didn’t even think that something bad could happen,” Trump recalled. – This is a different world. It never even occurred to my parents that something could happen.”

However, he said, the huge influx of illegal immigration across the southern border is getting out of control.

“These are Biden migrants,” Trump said. “They are flooding our country.” They are flooding our cities and states."

“I would like to express my deepest respect and love to the parents and their family members - this tragedy should never have happened,” he conveyed words of support.

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