Juan Henoch Mejia: Forced Young Girls to Drink His Semen from a Cup, Cops Say in Disgust
Juan Henoch Mejia: Vile Valley teen.
Cameron County Jail
You have been duly warned. This is one pukesome tale, one of the grossest we have ever come across.
Police in the Rio Grande Valley town of Rio Hondo arrested Juan Henoch Mejia on Wednesday and he has been charged with two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Police there say he not only molested two preschool-age girls -- one three and the other four years old -- but also allegedly forced them to drink his semen.
Cameron County court records state that the four-year-old complained to her mother of pain on Tuesday.
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After a trip to the doctor, it was discovered that the girl had been molested. A doctor called the Cameron County Sheriff's Office, and they soon identified Mejia as the suspect.
In his subsequent confession, Mejia allegedly said that the girls walked in on him while he was masturbating in his room, and that he decided to molest them at that point. He also allegedly confessed to forcing the girls to drink his ejaculate from a cup.
Mejia is being held in the Cameron County Jail on $100,000 in bonds; while that might seem a little low for such a revolting accusation, don't fear -- ICE has placed an immigration detainer on him. When and if Mejia is released from state custody, he would likely be deported.
This is apparently Mejia's first arrest. If the allegations are true, let's hope he won't have another opportunity for a second for a very, very long time.
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