Child Rapes by Illegal Immigrants in NC Continued in September

Illegals’ child sex crimes under-reported due to limited resources and informaton…

Illegal Immigrants Charged With Sexually Abusing Children, Statutory Rape, and Indecent Liberties

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(Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) North Carolinians for Immigration Reform and Enforcement released its September report on child rapes committed by illegal aliens — a statistic police departments do not track.

NCFIRE found nine illegals charged with 16 counts of sexual assault and/or rape of a child, down from 48 counts according to August’s report.

September’s report brings the total number of illegal immigrants charged with sex crimes against a child to 152. Authorities have charged them with more than 500 crimes.

Police charged 25-year-old Joel Callejas Cantor, who has a North Carolina address, with sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl, the Albert Lea Tribune reported.

He plead guilty to second-degree criminal sexual conduct in Minnesota’s Freeborn County District Court.

Police arrested Cantor after a woman called 911 when she found him with her daughter.

The court will sentence Cantor on Dec. 14. He is expected to spend nine years in prison before the federal government deports him.

Authorities arrested Jesus Juarez-Guerra, 41, and charged him with four crimes: three counts of sex offense and one count of indecent liberties with children.

Police arrested Jose Luis Albores, 20, in Mecklenburg County of Sept. 2. He faces four charges, including two counts of statutory sexual offense with a child under the age of 15 and two counts of indecent liberties with children.

Harnett County Police arrested three illegal immigrant sex offenders on Sept. 22-23.

Rickey Olivo faces an indecent liberties with a child charge.

Isidro Chanelo is charged with statutory rape of a child under the age of 15.

And authorities charged Isidoro Cruz with failing to report a new address as a convicted sex offender.

NCFIRE documents illegal immigrant rape cases by looking through arrest records. The organization says its records under-report the problem because of limited resources and limited availability of information.