Longmont man entered stranger’s home, sexually assaulted child, police say

Longmont man entered stranger’s home, sexually assaulted child, police say

Longmont police are trying to piece together the motive behind why a man broke into a stranger’s before dawn Tuesday morning and allegedly sexually assaulted a child once inside.

Rodrigo Ignacio Albarran-Estrada, 33, also known as Julio Carra, entered an unlocked door at a residence in the 100 block of Snowmass Place shortly before 4 a.m., according to police. He did not know the people who lived inside — and was naked when he fled, police said.

The juvenile he assaulted was taken to a “medical facility,” according to Sgt. Matthew Cage. He would not specify the age of the juvenile or say whether the juvenile is a girl or a boy.

Longmont Police Department

Rodrigo Ignacio Albarran-Estrada

When asked why Albarran-Estrada chose to enter this residence, Cage said, “I would tell you if we had anything, but at this point we haven’t put anything together.

“(…) I would say we don’t have very many of these types of incidents,” he added. “They’re very rare and they’re very scary, so we really wanted to get this guy off the streets.”

Read the full story at TimesCall.com.

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