On Friday, Collier County sheriff's deputies arrested Cecilio Rivera-Lozano, 23, after he reportedly spent the last eight months molesting an 11-year-old girl in Naples, Fla.
Two days earlier, the victim reported the abuse to a neighbor, who notified the girl's mother.
The Naples Daily News reported:
She said Rivera-Lozano, a close associate of the family, began inappropriately touching her in March. The girl reported Rivera-Lozano would disrobe and force sexual acts upon her, according to the arrest report.
The Mexican national sexually assaulted the girl "almost every day," according to court documents.
Rivera-Lozano has been charged with two counts of sexual battery of a child and once count of lewd and lascivious molestation. He is currently being held at the Collier County Jail on a immigration detainer.
As is often the case, this tragedy would not have occurred if this illegal alien would have been deported the first time he was arrested.
Rivera-Lozano has been arrested several other times over the last five years in Collier County.
Those arrests include:
-Feb. 6, 2013
Driving without a license
-Oct. 11, 2009
-Aug. 24, 2008
Despite his illegal status in this country, Rivera-Lozano was granted bail with each of those aforementioned arrests.