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Law & Order: Prison Sentence In Rape, Warrant Arrests

Suffern gets 7 years for abusing child in Suffern.

Prison Sentence For Rape

Julio Agustin-Pablo, 32, of 9 Chestnut St., Suffern, has been sentenced to seven years in prison for raping a child in Suffern.

State Supreme Court Judge William A. Kelly also 10 sentenced Agustin-Pablo to 10 years post-release supervision. Agustin-Pablo pleaded guilty to first-degree rape.

District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe said that in 2001, Agustin-Pablo engaged in sexual intercourse with the victim when the victim was about 6 or 7 years old at a home in Suffern.

Warrant Arrests

The Rockland County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests:

- Moses Montal, 60, of Spring Valley was arrested at 11:15 p.m. on Aug. 24 at home are a warrant charging him with violating a Family Court order. He was ordered held in the Rockland County Correctional Facility in New City pending a hearing.

- Wilson Jean-Baptiste, 28, of Nanuet was arrested at 4:15 p.m. on Aug. 24 at Rockland Psychiatric Center in Orangeburg on a bench warrant from the Town of Ramapo charging him with third-degree assault. Jean-Baptiste was released pending a Town Court hearing

- Taras Struminsky, 43, of Ramsey, NJ, already being held in the county jail, was found to be wanted in New Jersey and was brought to Clarkstown Town Court in New City on Aug. 17 for a hearing in which his stay in the county jail was extended to await extradition to New Jersey.

- Carl R. Canzona, 23, of Tappan, already being held in the county jail, was found to be wanted on a warrant from New Jersey. He was brought to Clarkstown Town Court for a Aug. 17 hearing at which his stay in the jail was extended for extradition to New Jersey.

- Carlos Valero, 41, of Queens, was taken into custody from immigration authorities in New York City on Aug. 22 and ordered held in the county jail to face charges of fourth-degree grand larceny.

- Daymond Washington, 38, of Owings Mills, MD, was arrested in Maryland on Aug. 17 and was extradited from the Baltimore County Detention Center to Rockland County, where he was ordered held in the county jail on $5,000 bail on charges of violation of probation related to a DWI incident and for violation of a Family Court order.

- Benjamin Rodriguez, 23, of Central Nyack,  was arrested Aug. 18 in Central Nyack on a charge of violation of probation in connection with charges of endangering the welfare of a child. Rodriquez was arraigned in Clarkstown Town Court and ordered held on $5,000 bail pending a Sept. 12 hearing.

Motor Vehicle Charge

Jose J. Lopez, 32, of Haverstraw was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor, at 11 a.m. on Aug. 16 after he was stopped by a Sheriff’s Department officer on Route 202 at Route 45 in Mt. Ivy.

Chris September 07, 2012 at 04:32 AM
Benjamin Rodriguez is now deceased, he won't be endangering anyone anymore.

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