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    Feb 2009

    MD - Man deported twice charged with rape.

    Man deported twice charged with rape in Frederick

    Frederick County authorities say a Guatemalan man who was deported twice is awaiting trial on rape and child sex-abuse charges in Frederick. Twenty-nine-year-old Fernando Lopez-Ramirez is being held without bail after his arrest in Frederick last month. His public defender couldn't immediately be reached for comment.

    The county sheriff's office says Lopez-Ramirez was deported in November 2008 after he was caught driving without a license in Frederick. Three months later, he was apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol agents in Arizona and deported for a second time in February 2009. Capt. Tim Clarke says Lopez-Ramirez is among about 650 people detained by the Frederick County sheriff's office under an immigration enforcement program it joined in 2008. ... ?track=rss
    Calling an illegal alien an "undocumented worker" is like calling a drug dealer an "unlicensed pharmacist"........

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    Guatemalan man faces charges
    Originally published April 29, 2010

    A twice-deported Guatemalan man who entered the country illegally last May and returned to Frederick faces child sex abuse and rape charges, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.

    The allegations involve a 10-year-old girl, according to the Frederick County state's attorney's grand jury indictment list.

    Fernando Lopez-Ramirez is being held without bail at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center, authorities said. He is also being detained under an immigration enforcement program the sheriff's office implemented in 2008.

    The Frederick Police Department served Lopez-Ramirez on March 17 with a warrant charging him with second-degree rape, second- and third-degree sex offense, and sex abuse of a minor, according to a sheriff's office news release. He was also served with an arrest warrant for failing to appear on a charge of driving without a license.

    Lopez-Ramirez was deported after his arrest in Frederick in October 2008 on the driving charge. While he was released on that charge, officers determined he was in the United States illegally and he was incarcerated for a month before being sent back to Guatemala.

    In February 2009, border agents in Douglas, Ariz., captured Lopez-Ramirez and he was again deported to Guatemala, only to return a few months later.

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