Illegal Alien Arrested In Texas For Raping Multiple Women – Media IGNORES

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September 7, 2016 5:43pm PST

A serial rapist was arrested in Texas this week, but since he was identified as an illegal immigrant, you won’t be hearing anything about it from the mainstream media anytime soon.

KVUE reported that Nicodemo Coria-Gonzalez, 27, has been arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault, aggravated assault and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Court documents reveal he had a habit of picking up women from areas that are typically frequented by prostitutes and taking them to a secluded area off of Ferguson Lane. There, Coria-Gonzalez would violently sexually assault them.

One of the victims has been identified as a 68-year old woman who used a cane to walk. The illegal alien saw her walking  West Saint Johns and offered her a ride to the store. The woman tried to open the door to get out of his car when he drove past the store, but he sped up. He then drove her to a dirt road off Ferguson Lane, against her will, where he assaulted and raped her.

Police were able to catch Coria-Gonzalez after they connected him to a different crime. In June, a woman who had been stabbed told police that a man offered her a ride to the Valero gas station on Parkfield Drive. As soon as she got in, he told her to get in the backseat of his vehicle, but she refused. When she continued to refuse to comply, he got angry and took her to a grassy area across the street from the gas station where the two got into a struggle and he stabbed her.

The car and vehicle descriptions were similar to that of Coria-Gonzalez, and Austin Police Sex Crimes Detective Robert Thompson was able to figure out it was the illegal immigrant.

“We had a rough description of his vehicle from a lot of different victims. When we see the vehicle that he pulls into this parking lot with we’re able to, not positively determine that it was the same vehicle but there was enough that we felt, yes this is potentially the same individual,” said Thompson.

Coria-Gonzalez is currently in the Travis County Jail custody with bond set at $890,000.

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