Man Accused of Raping 6-Year-Old Booked with Face Beaten to a Pulp
A Montgomery County, Maryland, man has been arrested over accusations of vile sex crimes against a young child, and his mugshot shows his last few days haven’t been exactly peaceful.
Wilder Hernandez-Nolasco is accused of sexually assaulting a 6-year-old relative multiple times over the course of two years in Silver Spring.
A document acquired by Kevin Lewis of WJLA-TV in Washington describes the alleged assaults in sickening detail, including Hernandez-Nolasco’s threat to ground the young girl for “100 days” if she spoke up about horrific things she endured.
But Lewis also acquired a mugshot that shows Hernandez-Nolasco looking like he went a round with Mike Tyson before being booked.
NEW: 21yo Wilder Hernandez-Nolasco of Silver Spring, Md. is accused of raping a six-year-old girl.
Cops say the Honduran native told the victim he’d ground her for “100 days” if she told anyone.
Hernandez-Nolasco faces 155 years in prison. The source of his injuries is unknown. pic.twitter.com/puGK5XDIWf
— Kevin Lewis (@ABC7Kevin) September 16, 2019
Hernandez-Nolasco is facing 155 years in prison over a laundry list of charges, including rape and sexual abuse of a minor.
The cause of his injuries is unknown, but commenters on Lewis’ tweet have not hesitated to speculate.
Looks like homey ran into a southpaw
— Feedingthemonkey (@Feedingdamonkey) September 17, 2019
I suspect he hit his head getting into the police car.
— Not a Ruuski Bot! (@norusskihere) September 17, 2019
I can tell you what the source of his future injuries will be from. Federal inmates love pedophiles.
— UNCBEARS83 (@uncbears83) September 17, 2019
The immigration status of Hernandez-Nolasco, a Honduran native, is unknown at this time.
Montgomery County has been in the national spotlight for its sanctuary policies, which have seemingly allowed sex crimes to flourish.
A Nigerian rideshare driver illegally living in the United States was arrested Aug. 31 after allegedly raping a woman in his car. In addition, separate sexual assaults on a 16-year-old, a 15-year-old and an 11-year-old and several other despicable crimes have made headlines.
The county claims it is not a sanctuary jurisdiction, but the facts simply don’t back that up.
Regardless of immigration status, Hernandez-Nolasco likely will have a rough time in a prison population that is known for being unforgiving of sexual crimes against children.
If found guilty, that black eye might be the first of many such injuries.
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