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“Undocumented residents” arrested in brazen NJ rape

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By Michelle Malkin  •  September 14, 2007 03:34 PM

Update: Here are the suspect photos:

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If you can get past the nauseating euphemisms, this report is worth reading:

Three undocumented immigrant men remain jailed today in the brazen sexual assault of an unconscious woman in Fairview, an outdoor attack interrupted by law officers early Tuesday, authorities said.

Police reported the men, all undocumented residents from Guatemala, to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, authorities said. The report was in accordance with a recent directive from the state attorney general, ordering local officers to check the immigration status of all suspects charged with serious crimes or drunken driving.

One man, the alleged rapist, was arrested almost immediately after he was spotted attacking his victim and chased down, police said. A second man believed to have aided in the woman’s capture, who fled the scene when he was spotted, was arrested Tuesday night. A third man was charged with hindering the investigation, officials said.

The attack began about 1:40 a.m. Tuesday after the woman stepped off a bus from New York, where she spent time with friends, Fairview Deputy Police Chief Frank Del Vecchio said today. She was accosted by two men at the bus stop and carried or dragged across a patch of grass to an alley outside an Oritani Savings Bank on Fairview Avenue, Del Vecchio said.

Two law officers approaching the scene observed a man “who appeared to be in the act of committing a sexual assault upon an unconscious female victim,” Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said in a statement.

The fact that the police reported the men to the feds is a significant step forward in combating the criminal alien crisis. This is the Newark effect in action. While national media outlets have moved on and forgotten the lessons of the awful execution-style murders by criminal aliens, law enforcement has not.

This is good news.

What we need to know now is how these suspects got into the country, who aided and abetted them in staying here, who employed them if they had jobs, whose identities they stole if they had fake papers, and who released them if they had ever been caught and let go by judges/immigration courts before.

Noteworthy: Prior to the AG’s order, the Fairview NJ Police Department was listed as an organization opposed to local cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.

In other words: they supported sanctuary.

Is it any wonder the suspects acted as brazenly as they are reported to have acted in their sexual asasult on the victim in this case?

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Update: Here’s the Bergen County press release on the arrests. Two were unemployed…perhaps collecting the welfare Americans weren’t collecting? The other worked for Hackensack Paving.

Bergen County Prosecutor=s Office

PRESS RELEASE

TO: ALL NEWS MEDIA
FROM: PROSECUTOR JOHN MOLINELLI
DATE: SEPTEMBER 12, 2007

Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced the arrest of Martin Cana-Chocoj (25 yrs. old) of 86 Anderson Ave. Apt. #10, Fairview New Jersey and Sergio Ramon-Estrada (19 yrs. old) of 126 Anderson Avenue, Fairview, New Jersey,on charges of Aggravated Assault and Aggravated Sexual Assault stemming from an assault on a female victim on September 11, 2007 in Fairview New Jersey. Felix Chocoj-Ortiz, the cousin of Estrada, age 25, 216 Cliff St. Cliffside Park, NJ, was also arrested and charged with Hindering the investigation.

The arrest came about as a result of an investigation being conducted by members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Squad, under the direction of Acting Chief Joseph Macellaro and the Fairview Police Department, under the direction of Chief John Pinzone.

The initial investigation stemmed from a witness who observed an individual acting suspiciously on Fairview Ave. near the Oritani Bank located at 311 Fairview Avenue in Fairview, New Jersey at about 1:40 a.m. on Tuesday September 11,2007. The witness made eye contact with the individual who in turn fled the area. Suspecting something wrong, the witness flagged down a Fairview police officer and the two investigated the area near the bank. There they found an additional suspect who appeared to be in the act of committing a sexual assault upon an unconscious female victim. The suspect later identified as Cana-Chocoj was apprehended near the scene as he attempted to flee. Ramon-Estrada, who it was later determined was the individual who initially fled the scene, was apprehended late Tuesday evening at his residence in Fairview.

The investigation has revealed that Martin Cana-Chocoj and Sergio Ramon Estrada observed the victim at a bus stop on Fairview Ave. in Fairview and carried her to the area next to the Oritani Bank where the sexual assault occurred.

The victim was transported to Palisades General Hospital in North Bergen and then later transported to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York.

Bail for Martin Cana-Chocoj and Sergio Ramon-Estrada was set by Honorable Edward Jerejian, J.S.C., in the amount of $500,000.00 each with no ten percent cash option. Bail for Felix Cana- Chocoj was set at $50,000.00. In addition an US Immigration and Naturalization detainer was placed on the three defendants.

Arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday, September 12, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. before Honorable Keith Roberts, JMC.

Prosecutor Molinelli states that the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and would like to thank the two witnesses, Carl Lio, a New Jersey State Corrections Officer and Fairview Police Officer Jose Rivas, as well as the Fairview Police Department for their assistance in this investigation.

CHARGE INFORMATION FORM

DEFENDANT: Martin Cana-Chocoj DOB: 11-11-1981

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 86 Anderson Ave. Apt. #10 Fairview, NJ 07022

MARITAL STATUS: Single

PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: Unemployed

ARREST INFORMATION

FUGITIVE: NON FUGITIVE: X

ORIGINATING AGENCY: Bergen County Prosecutor=s Office
Fairview Police Department

DATE AND TIME OF ARREST: 09/11/2007 1:40 am
AGENCIES AFFECTING ARREST: Bergen County Prosecutor=s Office
Fairview Police Department

CHARGE AND STATUTE CITATIONS

2C: 12-1b(1) Aggravated Assault (1 count) 1st Degree
2C: 14-2A(6) Aggravated Sexual Assault (1count) 1st Degree

CHARGE INFORMATION FORM

DEFENDANT: SERGIO Ramon-Estrada DOB: 1-3-1988

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:126 Anderson Ave. Rear apt. Fairview NJ

MARITAL STATUS: Single

PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: Hackensack Paving

ARREST INFORMATION

FUGITIVE: NON FUGITIVE:

ORIGINATING AGENCY: Fairview

DATE AND TIME OF ARREST: 9/12/07 at 1 am.

ARRAIGNMENT INFORMATION

ARRAIGNMENT DATE: Wednesday, September 12, 2007 @ 4:00 p.m.

JUDGE: Honorable Keith Roberts, JMC.

CASE DETECTIVE ASSIGNED: Det. Michael Guzman- BCPO
Charge Information :

Defendant: Felix Chocoj-Ortiz DOB: 5-19-1982
Address: 216 Cliff St. CLIFFSIDE PARK, NJ
MARITAL STATUS ; SINGLE
Place of employment: unemployed

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