Illegal Alien Commits UNFATHOMABLE Crime At Teen's Birthday Party

  • 11/29/2017
  • Source: AAN
  • by: Remington Strelivo
Illegal Alien Commits UNFATHOMABLE Crime At Teen's Birthday Party
By U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Department of Homeland Security) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
The federal government has arrested a 24-year-old illegal immigrant after he kidnapped a teen girl from her birthday party and raped her.

Andres Castaneda-Guzman, a Mexican national in the United States illegally, has pleaded not guilty to charges of kidnapping a minor and transporting her across state lines for unlawful sexual activity.

His victim was merely 15, and Castaneda-Guzman had allegedly pursued her for weeks. Authorities have not revealed the girl's identity. She is reportedly a distant relative of Castaneda-Guzman and turned down his advances. However, Castaneda-Guzman continued to act "jealous and possessive" towards her.

At the girl's birthday party on September 2, where Castaneda-Guzman was a guest, he offered to drive his victim to meet invited guests who had gotten lost. The girl's parents searched for their daughter and reported her missing later that night.

Castaneda-Guzman drove his victim from her hometown of Terrell, Texas, to Georgia, where he had previously lived. At some point, the victim found a cell phone and attempted to call her parents, but Castaneda-Guzman apparently caught her and removed the battery.

Soon after, Castaneda-Guzman took her to a La Quinta Inn in Stockbridge, Georgia, where he raped her.

Following a tip from a friend, the victim's family and police pursued Castaneda-Guzman and his victim, finding them at a trailer park in Clayton County, Georgia.

Castaneda-Guzman also faces allegations of violating the federal kidnapping statute that prohibits kidnapping or abducting a person for ransom, reward, or other desired purpose, including sexual indulgence, but law enforcement has not filed those charges, yet.
 Source: AAN
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