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Illegal alien sexually assaulted unconscious woman in New York

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On Nov. 27, Oswaldo Jacinto-Ordonez, 32, pleaded guilty to brutally assaulting a woman, more than two years earlier in the village of Pleasantville.

In August 2011, Jacinto-Ordonez grabbed a woman off the street and tried to rape her, according to court documents.

The Journal News reported:

Police said Oswaldo Jacinto-Ordonez followed a 28-year-old woman from a local establishment about 1 a.m. Aug. 9, 2011, choked her until she was unconscious, then sexually assaulted her.

He fled following the attack, and remained at-large until his arrest in May, when Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents found the Guatemalan national living under an alias in South Kingstown, Rhode Island.

Jacinto-Ordonez pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted rape and second-degree strangulation.

When he is sentenced on Jan. 14 in Village Court, the illegal alien faces eight years in state prison.

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