- The rest of his life will remain in the Edgar Diaz-Colon jail.
- The man was convicted of sexual exploitation of children in Florida.
- It had been recorded while abusing the little innocents.
He will never hit the streets again. Edgar Diaz-Colon was sentenced to 150 years in prison for sexual exploitation of children in Florida.
The aforementioned media indicated that the federal district judge Carlos E. Mendoza sentenced Edgar Johan Diaz-Colon, 34, from the city of Zephyrhills, to 150 years in federal prison for sexual exploitation of children.
Edgar Diaz-Colón had already pleaded guilty on April 22, 2020, CBS Tampa Bay said.
According to court documents and evidence presented in the sentence and cited by the aforementioned newspaper, in 2018 and 2019, Edgar Diaz-Colon sexually abused three young girls. Two of the victims (who were then six and seven years old) lived near Edgar Diaz-Colon, and he lured them to the studio where he was staying.On that site, detailed CBS Tampa Bay, he repeatedly raped the girls and forced them to perform sexual acts with him on multiple occasions.
According to the authorities, Edgar Diaz-Colon videotaped some of these abuses.
The man also hit at least one of the girls with a belt and covered her mouth with duct tape when she screamed for help, it was narrated in court documents. In addition, Edgar Díaz-Colón threatened the girl with killing her if she dared to tell her parents about the abuse.
The third victim, CBS detailed, was only 3 years old when Edgar Díaz-Colón abused her. On at least one occasion, she was videotaped sexually abusing the little girl. (To know the face of the accused, check the following page).
They accuse father of kidnapping and sexual assault against his own daughter
A Florida father was charged by the kidnapping and sexual assault against his own minor daughter, who had been reported missing.
Fox 13 News reported Friday that a South Florida father has been charged with sexually assaulting his 12-year-old daughter after she ran away from home to be with him, prompting the Missing Child Alert to go off. across the state.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued the alert Thursday afternoon to find the young Anastasia, who had been last seen in Miami on August 25, ABC Action News detailed.
Investigators believed the minor was with a man identified as Jimmy Vela, 31, but did not specify their relationship at the time, Fox 13 News said.
But in two separate instances, she told investigators that he helped her flee so she could be with him.
Jimmy Vela, who is her father, began sexually assaulting her in July, the victim confessed to the police, and that abuse continued for two months.
On Thursday, hours after the state alert was issued, the Miami-Dade Police Office of Special Victims and U.S. Marshals located the couple hiding in an apartment, Fox 13 News said.
Now, Jimmy Vela has been charged with multiple felonies, including 9 counts of engaging in a sexual act with a family child and two counts of interference with custody. In addition, WSVN pointed out, he is accused of kidnapping his daughter.
The father is now being held without bail.
This Friday, WSVN said, the father appeared in court for his first hearing.
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