On Thursday, authorities revealed that 11 undocumented immigrants had been processed at a residence where multiple minor girls were allegedly subjected to rape. At present, only one individual, 22-year-old Oscar Ernesto Luna from Mission, Texas, has been charged. Luna is facing one count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, which carries a maximum sentence of up to 30 years in prison.
According to the charging documents:
A report was made to the Sanford Bemidji emergency room at 2:15 a.m. on September 23 regarding the sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl.
During the investigation, the victim recounted being in the company of a drunk woman she referred to as “auntie,” who expressed a desire to attend a party.
At this stage, the woman allegedly compelled the victim to enter a car occupied by individuals she referred to as “Mexican guys.” During the drive, a bag was placed over the victim’s head, and she was transported to a residence in Bemidji subsequently identified as 1821 America Court NW. Upon arrival, the victim was undressed, bound in a room with two other girls, and coerced to consume alcohol by the woman. At some point, a rope was used to ligate her neck, causing bleeding.
One of the girls was discovered unconscious and bloodied in a closet. Reports indicate that four Mexican men were present at the time and engaged in the rape of the victim. One of the assailants was identified as “Panda,” who possessed several tattoos, including a teardrop beneath his eye.
“Panda” reportedly physically assaulted one of the girls by pushing her downstairs after she aided the victim in escaping by untying her restraints.
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On Thursday, Bemidji police announced in a press release that while executing a search warrant at the residence, several other individuals were found, eleven of whom were taken by US Border Patrol for processing as unauthorized immigrants.
Luna, who was arrested, had outstanding warrants for two DWI offenses. Records show that Luna is currently being held at Beltrami County Jail. Captain David LaZella stated that the unidentified girls are still under investigation. It was not mentioned in the release whether additional charges will be filed, but the investigation is ongoing.