An 18-year-old illegal alien who came to the United States as a baby is now facing charges of sexually assaulting two underage girls, according to a Washington Examiner report.
The article details how police in Pasco, Florida arrested Peruvian-born Daniel Enrique Fabian on Nov. 21 after he was heard over a PlayStation microphone sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl at his house. According to immigration records, Fabian was brought to the United States on a 6-month visitor visa in 2001 when he was an infant and stayed, though his visa was never renewed.
“DHS can confirm Daniel Enrique Fabian entered the United States on a B-2 visitor visa in 2001 from Peru. As a reminder a B-2 is only for up to six months. Fabian did not re-apply and remains illegally present in the United States," said the DHS official, who spoke on background Thursday to speak openly about the case.
If that’s not bad enough, Fabian was out on bond at the time of his arrest for allegedly assaulting another 15-year-old girl back in June, according to local news reports.
Police say they arrested Fabian after another player testified that the pair been playing a game of Grand Theft Auto when Fabian began talking about his plans to “smash” a young woman was was at his house. After the game ended, Fabian reportedly left his PlayStation microphone on, through which the other player overheard what sounded like a girl saying “no.”
The young woman later told police Fabian had shoved her down on a bed and raped her. A DNA test later confirmed a sample taken from the young woman matched Fabian.
Fabian is now being held without bail on two felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery with a victim 12 to 15 years of age stemming from both this incident and the previous arrest back in June.