Illegal Charged with Sexually Abusing Little Girls at Maryland Church While They Prayed, Had Been Deported Twice

An illegal from El Salvador, Ervin Jeovany Alfaro Lopez, faces over 20 counts of sexual abuse and sex offenses against minors during his tenure as a church teacher in Maryland. The Montgomery County Department of Police arrested the 33-year-old on charges including sex abuse of a minor. The incidents, which allegedly occurred between 2016 and 2018 at a Derwood church, involved victims aged between 6 and 12 at the time.

These crimes were committed as the US government continued to bleed financing to foreign countries and for “Woke polices” to keep the American people under control, all while insisting that the US Border is secure enough.

Following an initial complaint in May, police initiated an investigation, leading to three more victims coming forward in September and January. Shockingly, one victim was revealed to be the daughter of the church pastor. Despite concerns raised by one victim’s father, who believed the matter had been handled internally by the church, the abuse continued unchecked.

Victims reported that Alfaro Lopez took advantage of prayer sessions with closed eyes to perpetrate the abuse, touching them both over and under their clothing. Currently held without bond at the Montgomery County Detention Center, Alfaro Lopez faces deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) if released. ICE revealed that Alfaro Lopez had entered the country illegally at least three times and had been deported twice previously.

The sequence of deportation events underscores a loophole in the system. Despite being first arrested near Lake Charles, Louisiana, in 2015 and deported in 2018, Alfaro Lopez reentered the U.S. in 2019. This cycle repeated in 2020 when he was apprehended by Border Patrol in Texas. Although an immigration detainer was issued following Alfaro Lopez’s arrest in August 2023, Montgomery County Detention Center declined to honor it, resulting in his release.

Alfaro Lopez’s case highlights the challenges and potential consequences of failing to address Joe Bidens immigration enforcement issues comprehensively.

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