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Monday, March 25, 2013

Pair In Bowling Green Face Child Sex Abuse Charges.

Pair face child sex charges



Grand jury indicts man, girlfriend after juveniles claim they were raped

Francisco Perez-Yac, 31, 1588 Memphis Junction Road, Lot 22, was arrested Jan. 18 after the juveniles disclosed to a school counselor in January that Perez-Yac forced both of them to engage in sexual intercourse, court records show. He is also suspected of forcing one of the juveniles to watch pornography on his cellphone, and of forcing both juveniles to watch pornography on TV, court records show. On Wednesday, a Warren County grand jury indicted Perez-Yac on two counts of first-degree rape and four counts of first-degree sexual abuse.

The alleged sexual abuse began in 2007 when both juveniles were between the ages of 7 and 10 years old and Perez-Yac was 26 years old, according to court records. The alleged sexual abuse continued through January, when both juveniles were under the age of 16, court records show.
The juveniles disclosed that on numerous occasions between 2007 and January, Perez-Yac forced them to have sexual intercourse with him, touched them inappropriately and performed a sexual act on one of them, according to court records.

Onelia Magaly Sanchez-Valenzuela, 32, 1588 Memphis Junction Road, Lot 22, was also indicted on two counts of first-degree rape by complicity and two counts of first-degree sexual abuse by complicity. She is suspected to have known about the the sexual abuse on or about Sept. 30, 2010, and Jan. 18 and did nothing to prevent it, according to the indictment and Officer Ronnie Ward, spokesman for the Bowling Green Police Department.

Sanchez-Valenzuela was charged “with the intention of promoting or facilitating the commission of rape first degree by complicity, she solicited, commanded or engaged in a conspiracy with Francisco Perez-Yac and/or any other unnamed persons to commit the offense or she aided, counseled or attempted to aid him in planning or committing the offense,” the indictment states.
Bowling Green police are attempting to find Sanchez-Valenzuela following the Wednesday indictment but had not arrested her as of this morning, Ward said.
“We’ll do everything we can to locate her and serve the indictment,” Ward said, adding that Sanchez-Valenzuela was not at the address listed as her permanent address.
The Warren County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office is anticipating Sanchez-Valenzuela’s arrest and will proceed with legal actions once she is in custody.
“We expect both defendants to be arraigned shortly,” said Warren County Commonwealth’s Attorney Chris Cohron. “A pre-trial conference should be set 30 to 60 days from that.”

Bowling Green police obtained a search warrant granting approval to search Perez-Yac’s Samsung cellphone, which is believed to have been used by Perez-Yac to retrieve pornography and to show pornography to one of the juveniles, according to court records.
“We seized his phone, and it was processed at the (Bowling Green Police Department) computer forensics lab,” Ward said, adding that he’s unable to release information regarding the cellphone contents.

Perez-Yac is currently lodged in Warren County Jail in lieu of a $100,000 cash bond.
Sanchez-Valenzuela’s bond has been set at $50,000 cash, according to the indictment.
If convicted on the charges against them, Perez-Yac and Sanchez-Valenzuela could each face between 50 to 60 years in prison, Cohron said.

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