He was arrested and charged with predatory sexual assault of a child, second-degree attempted murder, two counts of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, third-degree possession of a weapon and third-degree assault, police said.
An MS-13 gang member accused of stabbing two women and sexually assaulting a 2-year-old girl in a New York City suburb had a string of arrests to his name, on top of his four deportations.
Alvarado-Ventura was arrested that Wednesday and arraigned on Thursday in the Hempstead District Court.
Alvarado-Ventura is accused of assaulting the child Tuesday while the girl's mother was at work.
Alvarado-Ventura remains at the home until approximately 12:30 am, Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at which time the 2 year old is heard crying as he leaves the residence. Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura of Hempstead has been deported at least four times between 2006 and 2011. During the news conference, Krumpter stated that he has been in law enforcement for 28 years, and the alleged crime committed by Alvarado-Ventura is likely the most heinous criminal act he has ever seen. While at the bar, around 2:20 a.m., Alvarado-Ventura became involved in an argument with a 24-year-old woman regarding the purchase of marijuana, police said. After departing, Alvarado-Ventura heads to El Mariachi Loco bar, 277 Fulton Avenue, which is a short distance away.
The woman left the bar, and Alvarado-Ventura followed her to the parking lot, where he punched, kicked and stabbed her multiple times, according to police.
Alvarado-Ventura returned home and got into a confrontation with his girlfriend at around 4:15 a.m. when she came home from work, police said.
Her lung collapsed due to the injuries, and she was hospitalized. During that argument, he beat and stabbed the woman, police said.
Alvarado-Ventura fled the scene before police arrived and the woman was transported to an area hospital for treatment, police said.
Despite her injuries, the woman was able to gather her children, leave the room and join the babysitter, who resides in another area of the apartment, police said. When they arrived, Alvarado-Ventura was asleep on the counch.
He then returned to the apartment where the child lived, police said. According to ABC News, Krumpter stated, NY investigators are still working to determine exactly when the assault against the child occurred. Authorities are unsure when he made his way back to the United States. He faces life in prison.