Carlos Hernandez-Escobar, 31,was indicted in October by a Hunterdon County grand jury ssex two counts of sexual assault and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. The investigation revealed that Hernandez-Escobar allegedly had sexual contact with a juvenile who was under the age of Neq The Woman Baptistown New Jersey for sex County Prosecutor's Office appealed Borkowski's ruling, saying that the detectives who interrogated Hernandez-Escobar made no false statements or promises that induced him to confess.
In the confession, he admitted that he had inappropriately touched a pre-teen girl, court papers say. But one of the detectives told him not to think about deportation, because that was "the extreme" and they didn't "want to go Bapttistown the extreme.
The detective urged portadown chinese to tell his side of the story, suggesting he may have made a mistake or was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the allegation.
They also told him to be honest because "that will help you in the future" and the child would be viewed as a liar if he did not confess.
They womam said that if he had a mental "problem," he would be able to get help. Hernandez-Escobar than admitted he had touched the child inappropriately and provided additional details, according to court papers.
woman Baptistown New Jersey for sex Borkowski ruled that the detectives' "implied representations" that he would be able to go home, not be deported and receive counseling. Given the total circumstances, the appellate court Baptietown that Hernandez-Escober "could reasonably understand" the detectives' assurance he would not be deported. Hunterdon police misled sex assault suspect into confession by saying he would not be deported Mike Deak Bridgewater Courier News.