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U.S. Marshals seek Jesus Caporal-Mazaba, a “trusted family friend” accused of assault

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MILWAUKEE -- He was a trusted family friend until U.S. Marshals say he committed a terrifying act to a child. Now, those Marshals need your help to catch a predator, 32-year-old Jesus Caporal-Mazaba.

Caporal-Mazaba is wanted for second-degree sexual assault of a child. U.S. Marshals say the attack of which he is accused happened during a sleepover at Caporal-Mazaba's home on Milwaukee's south side. Officials say the victim slept over at the house, went to bed, and woke up with Caporal-Mazaba on top of her. Marshals say Caporal-Mazaba assaulted the girl.

A day later, the victim told her mother about the attack. The mother called police.

Caporal-Mazaba was arrested, charged and made bail. He has been on the run ever since.

Jesus Caporal-Mazaba is described as being 5'6" tall, with a heavy build, at least 220 pounds. He has brown eyes and black hair. Officials say he is a Mexican national -- not a legal U.S. citizen.

If you have any information about the location of Caporal-Mazaba, you're urged to call the U.S. Marshals at 414-297-3707.

4 comments

  • FED UP

    And there you have it another non-usa citizen in this country doing crime{s}. and we let him out on bail, W.T.F. he should have never been let out held w/o bail till his court date, serve his time and then back to build Trumps wall.

  • DonaldMSmith

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