On Monday, police in Sparta arrested Adrian Bautista, 25, after he reportedly raped a young girl on her family's farm. Officers from Sparta, Hardyston, Hamburg and New Jersey State Police were all involved in tracking down Bautista after the brutal sexual assault.
Shortly before 4:00 p.m., Bautista, who worked as a hired hand on the farm, walked into a barn where the 13-year-old victim was performing her after school chores, and grabbed her. He sexually assaulted the girl for 15 minutes, and then walked to another part of the farm, according to police.
The girl then called another family member who ran out to help her. The adult found Bautista, still on the farm, but the illegal alien quickly fled once he learned that police had been alerted.
Close to 5:30 p.m., Bautista was taken into custody in a residential area about a mile and a half from the farm, when he was located by Hamburg Police Sgt. Christopher Nicholas and his K-9 partner Zoey.
Sparta Police Sgt. John-Paul Beebe said in a statement:
The victim was transported by the Sparta First Aid Squad to the Newton Medical Center for treatment and the continuation of the investigation.
Bautista has been charged with the sexual assault of a minor and endangering the welfare of a child, and more charges are expected to soon be filed. He is currently being held at the Keogh-Dwyer Correctional Facility in Sussex County on an ICE detainer.
Under the leadership of Gov. Chris Christie, the state of New Jersey has become much more illegal alien-friendly. In December, the Republican governor signed the so-called Tuition Equity Act, better known as the NJ Dream Act, into law. The measure grants in-state tuition to illegal aliens.
This tragic crime is a sad reminder of the dangers one brings to their community, and in this case, to their own family when they choose to hire someone who is not only void of any respect for this country's laws and culture, but who may also bring their own nation's misogynistic culture, along with their cheap labor.