Monday, September 28, 2009

Melvin Urbina - Repeat Sex Offender - WANTED for raping 11 year old

Police are looking for a man convicted of an Arlington rape more than 10 years ago in connection with the recent rape an 11-year-old girl in Oklahoma City.
Melvin Urbina, 33, was sentenced to two years in prison for the 1998 sexual assault of an Arlington woman. He was deported to Mexico after his release in 2001. He returned to the United States illegally and worked in Oklahoma City.
Police want to question Urbina about the July 25 sexual assault of a girl who was trying to find some extra chairs for the guests at her godfather’s wedding anniversary party at the Imperial Restaurant Banquet Hall. Urbina was assisting the catering crew. A man the girl identified as Urbina told her that there were some chairs were in the basement, a police report said.
The girl went to the basement but saw no chairs. She asked Urbina about them, the police report said. The girl told police that Urbina pushed her to the floor and dragged her as she struggled to escape, the report said. The music was too loud for anyone upstairs to hear her screams, but Urbina punched her in the head and mouth, saying he would shoot her if she did not quiet down, according to police.
He then undressed, telling the girl, "This is going to be fast," the report stated. The man then sexually assaulted the girl, the police report said. Shortly after that, another man knocked on the door looking for chairs, but Urbina yelled that there were no chairs. The man went away, the report said. Urbina then left the building, the report said. The girl told her mother what happened to her, and police were called.

Urbina went home briefly and has not been seen since, police said.

Authorities said Urbina has relatives in Honduras and Mexico and may have left the United States.

"We can’t rule out whether there are any other victims," said Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow, Oklahoma City police spokeswoman. "Someone else could report something later on."

Urbina is required to register as a sex offender for life because of the Tarrant County conviction. Finding no evidence that Urbina did so in Oklahoma, officials charged him in federal court Aug. 19 with failing to register.

On Feb. 16, 1998, Urbina forced a woman into an apartment in the 2400 block of East Park Row Drive in Arlington.

Urbina threatened her, saying if she did not have sex with him, he would bring in four friends, and they would all have sex with her, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Urbina then took off his clothes and sexually assaulted the woman, the affidavit said.

The woman said that as she was getting dressed, she noticed that Urbina had a 6-inch knife in his coat pocket.

"25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years"
.........Sarah Tofte

No comments: