Man jailed for raping woman in wheelchair sexually assaults her two days after being released from prison

25-year-old Francisco Carranza-Ramirez was released from prison last Thursday after serving less than a year for the rape of a White Center, Washington woman, 32, on two separate occasions


                            Man jailed for raping woman in wheelchair sexually assaults her two days after being released from prison

A man who was jailed for raping a wheelchair-bound woman on two occasions tracked the woman down and raped her just two days after being released from prison.

The police are now on the lookout for the convicted rapist who is believed to have fled to Mexico.

After serving less than a year for the rape of a White Center woman, 32, on two separate occasions, 25-year-old Francisco Carranza-Ramirez was released from prison last Thursday, Fox News reports.

In an email to the outlet, a spokesperson for the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office said Carranza-Ramirez pleaded guilty in February this year after being charged with third-degree rape in October 2018.

A new photo of Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, who is wanted on multiple felony warrants. (King County Sheriff’s Office)

The repeat offender was ordered by a judge to return to Mexico after serving nine months in jail as part of a plea deal.

While the prosecution has not specifically indicated Carranza-Ramirez was in the US illegally, it did note his long criminal record.

However, detectives now believe he might have fled to Mexico.

According to police, the 25-year-old convicted felon tracked down the woman he had previously terrorized on Saturday, just two days after his release.

They believe he approached the woman the following day and proceeded to assault her.

The embattled woman sustained cuts, bruises, a seizure, and a concussion after being strangled and struck in the head.

According to the Seattle Post Intelligencer, Carranza-Ramirez first met his victim in September 2018 when he offered her and her two-year-old son a ride home. He then somehow worked his way into her residence and raped her.

What's more? He showed up at her apartment two days later and raped her once again.

Carranza-Ramirez is facing charges of felony harassment, assault in the second degree, felony violation of a sexual assault protection order, and intimidating a witness.

Each charge was affixed with a possible sentence multiplier for reoffending just days after being released from prison.

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