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Honduran Brothers In Country Illegally Accused Of Sexually Abusing & Molesting Girls Ages 9 & 13

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“INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Two brothers renting a room in an Indian River County home are accused of sexually abusing two girls, one over a period of years, according to reports filed with the court.

Deputies said Julio Cesar Carcamo-Zelaya, 32, and Carlos Eduardo Lara-Zelaya, 27, both of Honduras, were also using falsified documents to live in the country illegally when the suspected abuse occurred.

The girls, now 17 and 21 years old, filed a complaint with Indian River County deputies in December alleging Carcamo-Zelaya and Lara-Zelaya had abused them over a period of about four years, starting in 2010 when they were 9 and 13.

The complaint focused mainly on Carcamo-Zelaya, whom the girls told investigators would perform or attempt numerous sexual acts on them as they watched cartoons or drove around in his car, according to a warrant affidavit.

During the investigation, detectives learned the brothers had entered the country illegally from Honduras about 10 years ago on forged immigration documents, including fake permanent resident cards and stolen Social Security numbers, deputies said.

Julio Carcamo-Zelaya, 32, of Honduras, was arrested Feb. 27 after deputies said he sexually abused a pair of young girls in Indian River County. (Photo: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY INDIAN RIVER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)

The men were detained by United States Customs and Border Patrol Jan. 25 and slated for deportation, but Carcamo-Zelaya contested the order and initially was released on $10,000 bail, the affidavit said.

He was arrested Feb. 27 on charges of sexual battery on a child under 12 and felony criminal use of personal identification.

Lara-Zelaya was deported to Honduras Feb. 25, customs officials said. A warrant for his arrest on lewd and lascivious molestation on a child under 12 was issued Feb. 27, according to Sheriff’s Office records.

Detective Greg Farless said the state will not seek extradition but the warrant will remain active in case Lara-Zelaya returns to the country.

State prosecutors will consult with the girls in the next few weeks to determine if they want to continue with charges against Carcamo-Zelaya or proceed with deportation, Farless said.

Carcamo-Zelaya was being held without bond at the Indian River County Jail Friday on a detainer from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

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Border Patrol Arrests Previously Deported Man With History Of Sexual Battery

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Via U.S. Customs and Border Protection:

Release Date: March 25, 2019

CALEXICO, Calif. – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Centro Sector arrested a previously deported man Sunday morning.

On March 24, at around 2:28 a.m., agents assigned to the Calexico Station, arrested a man suspected of illegally entering the U.S. approximately 3.5 miles east of the Calexico Port of Entry. Agents arrested the man and transported him to the El Centro station for immigration and criminal history screening.

Border Patrol agents conducted records checks, which revealed that the man, a 36-year-old Honduran national, was convicted of Sexual Battery on Feb. 28, 2018 in Arlington County, Virginia. For that crime, the man received a 12-month jail sentence.

The man is being held in federal custody pending further criminal prosecution.

In fiscal year 2019, El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents have arrested and removed 13 individuals either convicted or wanted on sexual assault charges after they entered the United States illegally.

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We Build The Wall, Inc. advisory board member/former Kansas Sec. of State, Kris Kobach, is big on securing our border and tight with President Trump on the issue. He has been on the border with some of our team organizing plans to begin building the wall privately – with Trump’s blessing.

Kris Kobach speaks at our border town hall in Detroit. Joy Villa, Brian Kolfage, and Brandon Darby are on his right, and Sheriff Clarke on his right (Photo by Jeff Rainforth for WBTW)

Kris Kobach and Brian Kolfage in Arizona. Photo: Jeff Rainforth for We Build the Wall, Inc.

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