An alleged member of the MS-13 gang broke into the bedroom of an 11-year-old Brooklyn girl and raped her in her bed, police said on Saturday, when the suspect was taken into custody.
The horrific crime happens at 11:30 am The suspect – identified by the police as El Salvadoran Julio Cesar Ayala (18), who lives nearby – allegedly climbed onto the roof of the girl's home.
Hey Then she somehow pushed aside the girl's window air conditioner on the second floor and crawled in through the opening, police sources said.
The devil raped the girl in her bed, officials said.
But he rushed out the window she screamed to warn her mother, who hastened to her aid, sources said.
The mother called 91
Luck Could Grab Police Video – Surveillance Pictures of the Suspect
On Saturday at 14:35, about 30 officers from the NYPD Emergency Services and 70th Ayala district met in hiding in a three-story building under construction in Ayala 930 Flatbush Ave
They pulled out the scrawny, bowed man who was seen in handcuffs and dirty black jeans and a red T-shirt.
Ayala – police sources said he wore a permanent resident card, also known as a "green card", "as his only identification – was fought in a police SUV."
A high-ranking police source said Post that investigators believe Ayala is a member of the violent MS-13 gang.
Cheers and ridicule rose from a crowd of dozens of spectators as Ayala was pulled out, some applauded and took cell phone photos.
"You have "Shouted a man."
"He raped someone, an 11-year-old girl," said another bystander.
Ayala was charged Saturday night with sexually motivated first-degree burglary and rape.
He has none Criminal record, sources said.
The crime shocked residents in the clean neighborhood of two- and three-story homes.
"That makes me feel insecure in my own home," said Elizabeth Bardourilla, 42, a mental health consultant.
"This kid can not help it, for a grown man who does that." Ill "Very sick." That's sad, only sad. "
" That's terrible, "added David Cadogan, 40, as a paramedic ,
"I have a son and nieces, I do not play with such things, there is a point where you tolerate certain behaviors."
"I know people want to wait for the law. But if something happens to him in between, I honestly do not care. He gets what he deserves.
Additional coverage by Paul Martinka