B…b…but he just wanted a chance for a better life. How much will the American taxpayer be on the hook for now because this monster was allowed to live free from the law the sanctuary county of Nassau in NY. We will be paying for him to be housed in a prison in New York until he is released to his country of origin where he will hopefully be faced with a new massive Trump wall…
Nassau County cops busted a Long Island man who was previously deported four times and went on a sick five-hour alcohol-fueled rampage, allegedly sexually abusing a 2-year-old girl and stabbing his girlfriend and a second woman before passing out, officials said.
MS-13 gang member Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura, 31, had been deported multiple times since 2006 before the shocking attacks that started late Tuesday, but kept coming back.
Alvarado-Ventura began the violent spree by allegedly abusing the toddler sometime after 11:30 p.m. Tuesday in Hempstead — while a 4-year-old boy and another tenant were in the Fulton Ave. apartment.With the 2-year-old crying, Alvarado-Ventura stormed out of the home and went eight blocks to the El Mariachi Lounge.
He was there drinking for two hours, when he got into an argument with a 24-year-old woman over a marijuana sale at about 2:20 a.m., officials said.
The woman walked out of the bar and Alvarado-Ventura followed her in a rear parking lot, officials said. He punched and kicked her, then pulled a knife and stabbed her repeatedly. The woman suffered a collapsed lung, among other injuries.
Alvarado-Ventura staggered back to his home at about 3:15 a.m. and stewed until his girlfriend came home.
She spotted the 2-year-old’s injuries, described by Nassau cops as severe, and confronted him.
As the argument escalated, Alvarado-Ventura pulled the knife and stabbed her over and over.
Alvarado-Ventura promptly passed out, which is how police found him after they arrived in response to a 911 call.
Cops arrested Alvarado-Ventura and charged him with predatory sexual assault, attempted murder, assault and illegal weapons possession. –NY Daily News