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Deported 4x: MS-13 Gang Member Allegedly Sexually Assaulted 2-Year-Old, Stabbed 2 Women

Michael W. Chapman
By Michael W. Chapman | March 24, 2017 | 4:23 PM EDT

MS-13 gang member Tommy 

Alvarado-Ventura, who has been

deported 4 times to El Salvador. 

MS-13 gang member Tommy Alvarado-Ventura, who was previously deported four times to El Salvador, was arrested Wednesday in Hempstead, Long Island after he allegedly sexually assaulted a 2-year-old girl, stabbed a young woman multiple times outside a bar, and then stabbed his girlfriend multiple times, according to the Nassau County Polic Department. Alvarado-Ventura also reportedly has a lengthy cirminal rap sheet, according to local news reports in New York.

"This is, in 28 years, probably the most heinous criminal act I've ever seen," Nassau County Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter told CBS New York. "It really is nauseating." 

According to the Nassau County Police Department, Alvarado-Ventura was at his girlfriend's apartment in Hempstead on Tuesday evening while she was at work. There was another man in the home who was babysitting the girlfriend's children, a 2-year-old girl and a 4-year-old boy. 

Around 12:30 a.m. (Wednesday) the toddler was heard crying and Alvarado-Ventura left the apartment. He went to the El Mariachi Loco bar nearby and then, about 2:30 a.m.,  allegedly got into an argument over buying marijuana with a 24-year-old woman. The woman left the bar and Alvarado-Ventura confronted her in the parking lot, where he beat her, kicked her, and stabbed her multiple times in the back, thighs and mouth.

ABC7 NY reported that Alvarado-Ventura put a knife in the woman's mouth, slit her face, and also punctured her lung. The 2-year-old girl reportedly had to undergo surgery to repair the damage caused by the alleged sexual assault. 

Alvarado-Ventura fled from the bar back to his girlfriend's apartment.  Around 4:15 a.m. his girlfriend arrived from work, noticed the injuries to her daughter and confronted Alvarado-Ventura. He then punched her and stabbed her multiple times.  The woman was able to gather her children and leave the room. She then called the police. When they arrived, Alvarado-Ventura was asleep on the counch. 

"The victim, who sustained multiple stab wounds, along with the two year old, who was suffering from sexual assault commited by Alvarado-Ventura," said the police, "were transported to an area hospital where they were admitted for treatment." 

Alvarado-Ventura was arrested that Wednesday and arraigned on Thursday in the Hempstead District Court.  He was charged with predatory sexual assault of a child, attempted murder (2nd degree), two counts of assault (1st degree),  assault (2nd degree), and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon (3rd degree). He pleaded not guilty in court. If convicted, Alvarado-Ventura could face life imprisonment. 

MS-13 gang members in prison.  (AP) 

Alvarado-Ventura was deported from the United States to El Salvador in Septmber 2006, September 2009, April 2010, and in December 2011, according to the Nassau County Police Department. 

ABC7 NY reported that Alvarado-Ventura hs a criminal record that includes possession of drugs, assault, resisting arrest, DWI and disorderly conduct. 

Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman