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Former police officer in Mexico convicted of raping a woman at Aurora apartment complex – The Denver Post

Ricardo Corral Venegas

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Ricardo Corral Venegas, 25.

A former police officer in Mexico who fled allegations of rape there was convicted on Wednesday of multiple sexual assault and burglary charges related to raping a woman at an Aurora apartment complex and then returning to terrorize another woman at the same complex.

An Arapahoe County jury convicted Ricardo Corral-Venegas, now 27, of raping at knifepoint on Oct. 4, 2016 a 26-year-old woman at the Santana Ridge complex in the 1300 block of South Geneva Way. After that rape, he returned days later to Santana Ridge and tried to force his way into another apartment, but an 18-year-old woman fought him off, according to authorities.

Corral-Venegas is a former police officer in Chihuahua, Mexico, where news reports have said he allegedly used a red motorcycle and pretended to be a courier when sexually attacking women. Corral-Venegas has been previously deported to Mexico for being in the country illegally, authorities said.

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