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Teens accused of tazing, scalding, raping mother in front of children in Georgia

July 3, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Teens accused of tazing, scalding, raping mother in front of children in Georgia Francisco Palencia and Josue Ramirez Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office

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One of three teens who stand accused of burning a woman from Georgia with hot water and raping her with the victim’s children in her home was the subject of an immigration detention order by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

ICE officials confirmed in a statement to the Dustin Inman Society, an anti-illegal immigration group, that Josue Ramirez is illegally in the U.S.

According to the New York Post, Ramirez, 19-years-old, along with Francisco Palencia, 17, and an unnamed 15-year-old girl have been taken into custody after they broke into a woman’s residence in Gwinett, Georgia and raped her.

The victim stated that Ramirez and Palencia broke into her house and Tasered her before they forced her to her bedroom. When the woman tried to fight the two teens off of her, she ran next to her children, who were also home at the time.

The 15-year-old girl pursued the woman and poured two pots of burning water on her.

Francisco Palencia and Josue Ramirez Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office

Ramirez and Palencia then forced the woman into her bedroom and proceeded to rape the victim.

During the incident, the 15-year-old ransacked the woman’s home, while one of her kids walked into her bedroom and witnessed Palencia committing the rape.

After the burglary, rape, and assault, the woman called authorities as the teens fled the home. Now, Ramirez and Palencia remain at the Gwinnett County Jail, which has an agreement with federal immigration officials to turn over suspected criminal illegals to ICE.

Ramirez and Palencia currently remain at the Gwinnett County Jail, which has an agreement with federal immigration officials to turn over suspected criminal undocumented migrants to ICE.

Ramirez, the Dustin Inman Society reported, has an ICE detainer on him, where if he is released, he will immediately be placed into federal custody for deportation. It is not clear where the 15-year-old suspect is being held.

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