Nationwide Manhunt for Illegal Alien Accused of Raping 4-Year-Old Girl

Dave Gibson, Norfolk Examiner (Virginia), August 31, 2009

Aurora, CO police have released a new picture of Honduran national Daniel Hernandez-Ramos, 20, and are asking the public for help in apprehending the accused child rapist.

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Aurora Police Detective Bob Friel said: “He took advantage of the fact that, here’s a 4-year-old, defenseless, little girl on her own in a parking lot and it sickens us to see this kind of thing happen.”

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Because he [Ramos] is in this country illegally and has no permanent address or valid employment records, police are having a difficult time locating him.

Hernandez-Ramos is about 5 feet 8 inches tall and 150 pounds. He has a tattoo on his arm, a heart with flames, with the name “Daniel” on or next to the heart.

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Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Daniel Hernandez-Ramos, is asked to call Aurora Police at 303-627-3100, or if you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867).

Aurora, CO has come under harsh criticism for the city’s ‘sanctuary policy’ for illegal aliens, which has led to several serious crimes in that city as of late.

On July 14, Walter Oleksinski, 62, was killed in Aurora by two illegal aliens who were drag racing one another. Both Benny Sitinjak, 34, and Jose Hernandez-Castellanos, 28, were charged with Class 3 vehicular homicide.

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With his first arrest in 2003, Castellanos had actually been arrested by Aurora police seven times for offenses including disorderly conduct, failure to appear in court, and assault. He had also been arrested five time in Denver (another city with a sanctuary policy), including an arrest for DUI in September 2008.

Due to the fact that neither city allows their police departments to inquire into an arrestee’s immigration status, nor to report illegal aliens to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, Castellanos continued offending, and has now killed an innocent man.

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Daniel Hernandez-Ramos.

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