Illegal Alien Breaks Into Senior Living Facility, Does These Disgusting Acts to Elderly Woman

Illegal Immigrant
Illegal Immigrant

We’ve got illegal aliens committing crimes everywhere, and one even broke into a senior living facility, and you won’t believe what he did!

According to authorities, there is now an illegal immigrant who is in custody because he allegedly took advantage of an elderly woman at a nursing home. He is now being held on $1 million bail.

It was last May when this 20-year-old Stuart Florida illegal immigrant (notice that I didn’t say “native”) was arrested and charged with raping an 82-year-old woman. Marvin Ailon-Mendoza was an illegal immigrant who entered the United States under the Unaccompanied Alien Child (UAC) designation at the U.S.-Mexican border.

According to the Martin County Sheriff’s, in addition to being an illegal immigrant, Ailon-Mendoza apparently has prior convictions as well. It was this specific incident where Ailon-Mendoza had allegedly broken into the senior living facility and then sexually assaulted this terrified senior citizen.

A federal source confirmed his status as an illegal immigrant and also noted that he had been arrested three other times in Martin County.

As an adult, Ailon-Mendoza has been charged with a myriad of offenses, including exposing himself at a park in Stuart where he was on a bicycle and children were present. The arrest report notes that a woman had called 911 to report that this man was on a bicycle and he was masturbating in broad daylight at Shepard’s Park.

Ailon-Mendoza spent nearly a year in jail for that crime, but according to the local sheriff the local branch of the ICE dropped the ball and refused to deport him for that offense. Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said that his office routinely notifies ICE when they have a foreign national inmate at their jail.

“We use the term ‘the immigration system is broken.’ A broken immigration system infers that there is a system,” Snyder said. “It does not appear to us and local law enforcement at least if there’s any system that the federal government has any idea what they are doing.”

During his latest news conference, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) said in a statement:

“I think what has been going on is a big tragedy. There was not a crisis on January 20th on that border. Not to say everything was resolved, but the policies were working and those were all thrown out for political or ideological reasons and the result has been what we have been dealing with now.”

Ailon-Mendoza was arrested about a week after the incident at the nursing home. The victim told police that it was around 3 a.m. when a masked assailant woke her up and sexually battered her. Ailon-Mendoza now faces three charges. These include sexual battery by great force, false imprisonment while masked, and burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery while masked. Bond was set at $200,000 for the sexual battery charge, $200,000 for the burglary charge, and $120,000 for the false imprisonment charge.

Authorities also confirmed that Ailon-Mendoza had four previous arrests and three of them were felonies. However, he wasn’t charged in any of them. According to Snyder, in this latest incident, he was armed with a knife and he used some sort of “binding material” on the victim.

He and the woman did not know each other at all before the assault. The woman told the deputies that she locked her door that night, so it isn’t clear how he was able to break it. Snyder said that neighbors of Ailon-Mendoza were so scared of him that they were buying double locks. Sheriff Snyder capped it off by saying the following:

“A frightened community can rest more peacefully tonight. This offender is behind bars.”

Snyder also said there very easily could be more victims. He said:

“Crimes like these tend to be repetitive and turn out to be serial offenses. We have every reason to be suspicious this wasn’t his first time.”