Justin Gonzales was sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexual abuse of a girl

Justin Anthony Gonzales was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the sexual abuse of a ten-year-old girl A judge ordered that Gonzales, 29...

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  • Justin Anthony Gonzales was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the sexual abuse of a ten-year-old girl
  • A judge ordered that Gonzales, 29, serve his entire sentence without the right to leave for good behavior
  • The girl revealed to her elementary school teacher that Gonzales would go into her room at midnight to touch her

Justin Anthony Gonzales was sentenced to 20 years in prison in Texas, for being guilty of the sexual abuse of a ten-year-old girl in San Antonio.

Gonzales, 29, was convicted by a judge in the Bexar County, in San Antonio, to serve his sentence without the right to receive an early release for good behavior, for which he must serve every day of his sentence.

The incidents for which Justin Anthony Gonzales was convicted occurred in January and February 2019, when the ten-year-old girl revealed to her school teacher that she was sexually abused by someone close to her.

The name of the girl, her school and the relationship Gonzales had with her will not be revealed in this story to protect her identity, that of her family and friends.

When the girl told the teacher everything, she decided first to report it to the authorities of the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD, for its acronym in English), who cited the mother of the child.

Then, with the mother’s consent, the abuse was reported to the San Antonio Police Department (SAPD, for its acronym in English), who opened the investigation of the case.

The girl told authorities that at night, when she had already fallen asleep, Gonzales would go into her bedroom to lie down next to her and then begin to touch her.

However, from the touching, the situation escalated to sexual abuse and that was when the little girl decided to tell her teacher everything. The girl did not elaborate on why she did not tell her mother.

Social workers of the Child Protection Services (CPS, for its acronym in English) were also informed of the case.

After interviewing the girl and her mother, the SAPD and the CPS decided that Justin Anthony Gonzales was a very dangerous person for the minor and asked a judge to issue a restraining order so that he would not approach them.

The agents of the Division of Sexual Crimes of the SAPD had the interviews with the girl and the testimony of the mother, in addition to the expert opinions of the forensic doctors who certified the abuse.

However, officers needed strong evidence linking Gonzales directly to the girl’s abuse in order to formally charge him.

Then the mother of the minor told them that the underwear that the little girl had worn on the night of the last abuse, she had not washed since the atrocious event would have occurred.

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Thanks to that, the SAPD agents were able to take a sample of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) that was not compatible with that of the girl, nor that of her mother.

The agents also asked the mother to give them all the sheets, blankets and pillowcases and in which they also found samples of DNA that did not belong to the minor, everything happened in a matter of hours.

With the DNA samples that the forensic experts gave to the detectives of the Sex Crimes Division of the SAPD they were able to ask the judge who was handling the case to issue an order for Justin Anthony Gonzales to give a sample.

The DNA sample that Gonzales had to deliver to the SAPD agents, with a judge’s order, was compatible with the one found in the girl’s underwear, sheets and blankets.

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Based on all the evidence, SAPD agents charged Justin Gonzales with the felony charge of sexual assault of a minor and he was taken to the Bexar County Jail to face criminal prosecution.

The judge allowed Justin Anthony Gonzales to be released on bail in June 2019, to face his trial at liberty.

However, Gonzales was not on the street for long as he violated the conditions of his bail by trying to approach the girl’s mother to speak with her and the woman reported him to the SAPD and they arrested him again.

Justin Anthony Gonzales, at the time of this writing, remains in custody at the Bexar County Jail pending transfer to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ), where he will live for the next 20 years of his life.

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