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The 31-year-old, who is a member of the violent El Salvadorian gang MS-13, was charged on Wednesday with sexually assaulting the toddler and stabbing two women in Hempstead


( Daily Mail ) An El Salvadorian man who has been deported from the U.S. four times is accused of sexually assaulting his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter and brutally stabbing two women in a vicious New York crime spree.

Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura allegedly beat and sexually assaulted the toddler at the home he shares with his girlfriend in Hempstead, New York in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The 31-year-old, who is a member of the violent El Salvadorian gang MS-13, is also accused of stabbing a woman at a bar and brutally attacking his girlfriend in the hours that followed.

Police said Alvarado-Ventura was home with his girlfriend’s daughter and her four-year-old son while she was at work on Tuesday night. The children were being watched by another tenant who lives in a separate part of the home.

Authorities say he beat and sexually assaulted the girl, but it is not clear what time the attack took place. The child’s injuries were so severe she had to undergo surgery, ABC reports.

Police described Alvarado-Ventura’s violent five-hour crime spree as the ‘most heinous criminal act’ they had seen.

Alvarado-Ventura left the home at about 12.30am and went to a nearby bar where he got into an argument with a young woman over some marijuana


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Police: Man charged in toddler sex assault was deported 4 times