Cops Say Man Attempted To Rape Two Year-Old Girl In Aisle of Shopping Store

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“Eugene Melendres Ramos, 36, of Union City was charged with committing a forcible lewd act on a child, assault with intent to commit a sex crime and attempted intercourse or sodomy with a child under 10.

Ramos was convicted in 2005 of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl in Hayward.

On Wednesday, Ramos allegedly pinned a 2-year-old girl to the floor in an aisle of the Dollar Tree store at 1720 Decoto Road. The girl’s aunt and grandmother had briefly become separated from the girl.

The grandmother turned into the aisle and found Ramos sexually assaulting the girl, police said.

Ramos ran but was tackled outside by two men who saw the two women pursuing him, police said. He is being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin.”

I’m not shocked. I’m not in disbelief. But I did have to re-read each paragraph to make sure I read it correctly.

If this goes to trial, will his defense attorney claim insanity? Hell, I would if I was this guy’s lawyer. Trying to rape a little girl, right there in the aisle of a Dollar Tree Store? It’s like a scene from one of those really bad horror films where the people of the town are infected by some brain-eating virus and they all begin to eat or rape the uninfected people right there in the middle of town.

Source: SFgate.com

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10 Responses to Cops Say Man Attempted To Rape Two Year-Old Girl In Aisle of Shopping Store

  1. Carol in VA says:

    Good morning. Once again Why wasn’t someone holding this child’s hand…..?

    • Alethea says:

      Greetings Carol in VA! Yes, my thoughts were also how far away did they let this child get from them? The article didn’t say, but I might try and find out. To me, it’s important to know the role that parents play in the safety of their children.

      The child was obviously far away enough for the man (allegedly) to quietly get the child away from them and take her down another aisle.

  2. ADerifield says:

    Ahhh, it’s snowing here.

  3. ADerifield says:

    What I have the hardest time dealing with in cases such as these is the pure selfishness of the predator. Who among us acts solely upon their own desires with no regard for the people we injure? Child sexual predators, that’s who. How in this world can they function knowing what damage they have done? What enables them to not seek help and seclusion from the rest of the world when committing atrocities of this magnitude? I realize this phenomena is classified as a sickness, but the purposefulness in not controlling their ‘illness’ is most certainly willful.

    • Alethea says:

      Good morning.

      “How in this world can they function knowing what damage they have done?”

      My question would be, how in the world did they function in society as a “human being” during their daily life, if they can -in one instant- take a small child in the middle of a store and attempt to rape her? How does a beast like this get through a normal day of work, grocery shopping, errands, and phone calls to creditors?

  4. Andre' says:

    Again, we only get the “end game” we do not know really who he was, other than the prior conviction 5 years ago, and he was let out far too soon to do it all over again. He too was probably also a victim of childhood assault/rape. The ruling elite and legal system know exactly what they are doing, and that is they are creating predators and letting them loose on society as a diversion for their own deviancy and pedophilia that is rampant in high levels of government and the ruling elite of the bloodlines of the world. Its out of control, across the board.

  5. Serieve Marie Elizabeth Andrews says:

    That is ‘unusual’ – for a person to attempt to rape someone in such a public place, where there are clearly people nearby. An aisle! But he ran, as well. He knew.

    Forget insanity. ‘He was watching porn and became excited, he’s had a lot of stress at work or lost his job, he wasn’t in his right mind.

    He’s been convicted before.

    Put a bullet in his head.

    • Alethea says:

      “Forget insanity. ‘He was watching porn and became excited, he’s had a lot of stress at work or lost his job, he wasn’t in his right mind.”

      No, no, he had a moment where he just “snapped.” He should be fine now.

      • Serieve Marie Elizabeth Andrews says:

        Ah, yes. Thank you for educating me. My apologies, Alethea. He should be fine. ‘Poor, misunderstood’ ‘man’ likely snapped. How thoughtless of me. Perhaps someone will ‘just snap’ and beat him to death in prison? Hmmm…

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