(CNSNews.com) -- A Mexican national living in northwest Arkansas was recently arrested and charged with raping an 11-year-old girl. In addition, Border Patrol agents in California arrested a different Mexican national who had been deported multiple times and convicted of "unlawful sexual relations" with a minor under the age of 14.
Luis Mario Rodriguez-Torres, 21, was arrested in Springdale, Ark., on July 28 and is accused of raping an 11-year-old girl, reported KFSM 5 News.
Rodriguez-Torres reportedly made contact with the girl through the social media platform Snapchat, and he invited the girl to meet with him. When they met up, Rodriguez-Torres allegedly refused to let the girl leave and then allegedly raped her, according to police.
Benton County Sheriff officials said Rodriguez-Torres allegedly used Snapchat to solicit nude photos from the underage girl as well.
Deputies confirmed that Rodriguez-Torres was living in Northwest Arkansas illegally through the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System, reported KFSM.
Rodriguez is currently being held at the Benton County Jail and is scheduled to stand trial on Sept. 4, 2018.
In a separate case, Border Patrol agents near Andrade, Calif., arrested a Mexican national, 55-year-old Hector Gutierrez-Perrez, after he illegally crossed the border into the United States for the second time this year, reported the Yuma Sun.
According to court records, Gutierrez-Perez has a lengthy criminal history which includes “unlawful sexual intercourse” with a minor under the age of 14, battery on a person, possession of narcotics, selling narcotics, hit and run, and driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs.
Gutierrez-Perez was previously arrested by Border Patrol agents for illegal re-entry after removal as a sex offender and convicted felon in March, reported Breitbart Texas.
Gutierrez-Perez alsoo has an extensive history of deportations. It is reported that his first deportation occurred following an order of removal in October 1990. Gutierrez-Perez was then removed again on March 16, 2018, and then re-entered the United States on March 19.
Under a plea-bargain agreement, Gutierrez-Perez received a sentence of 4 months in prison on June 25. He also received 3 years of probation. He received credit for time served and sometime after June 25, Gutierrez-Perez was again deported from the United States, reported Breitbart.