13-year-old Rape in a Park Close to the School is the Result of the Arrest of a Migrant

13-year-old Rape in a Park Close to the School is the Result of the Arrest of a Migrant

Police in Queens park have detained a suspect in the rape of a thirteen-year-old girl that occurred in a park last week.

According to the New York Police Department, Christian Geovanny Inga-Landi, a 25-year-old Ecuadorian immigrant who entered the country unlawfully in June 2021, was hauled up overnight after neighbors identified him from a police-released photo and video.

After he resisted with his captors, police claimed they roughed him up and subdued him, possibly with a belt. He was brought to the hospital for assessment.

According to NYPD Chief of Detectives Joe Kenny, Inga-Landi waived his Miranda rights, telling detectives he had a drug problem, and had never done anything like this before.

He was previously detained for illegal immigration in Eagle Pass, Texas. In addition, he had three summonses issued in New York City and a non-arrest domestic violence incident with the police.

First-degree rape, first-degree sex abuse, first-degree robbery, first-degree menacing, second-degree kidnapping, first-degree unlawful imprisonment, and other offenses are among the charges brought against Inga-Lani.

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In an interview with New York ABC station WABC, NYPD Commissioner of Operations Kaz Daughtry commended the community’s efforts that resulted in the suspect’s apprehension.

“The kids, children, principals and teachers can now go to school with a little more ease, and the family can have a sense of relief today,” he stated.

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In light of the findings, Daughtry praised the community’s support as well as the fortitude of the young victims.

“The sketches from those brave kids were invaluable,” he stated. By combining cutting-edge technology with traditional police work, we were able to move this case closer to resolution. The city’s response to this horrible tragedy was a resounding “no.”

Around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, a man approached two 13-year-old schoolmates in Kissena Park who were both 13 years old. One of them was a girl. The 13-year-old victims were compelled to walk into a forested area for many minutes after the man showed what the police described as a “large machete-style knife”.

The perpetrator then took the victims’ smartphones by force, bound the girl’s and boy’s wrists with shoelaces, and raped the female victim sexually before making a foot escape from the scene in an unidentified direction.

After the two 13-year-olds went back to school to clarify what had transpired, they were admitted to the hospital in stable condition.

Together with a water bottle the suspect left behind, investigators found the shoelace used to fasten the kids’ hands together.

A Hispanic man in his 20s, about 5 feet 5 inches tall, with curly hair, was identified as the person being sought. He was last seen with a green backpack and red sneakers on. He had a tattoo of a bull or boar with crimson eyes on his chest, and it seemed like he had braces on his teeth.

New York Police Department Chief of Detectives Joe Kenny stated last week at a press conference, “The entire police department is focused on getting justice for this young survivor.”

Late on Monday, the NYPD made pictures of a person of interest public and announced a $10,000 prize for information leading to the case’s resolution.

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