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Sheriff's Officials: Father Sexually Assaulted Deceased Daughter

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The Greenville County Sheriff's Office arrested a man who they say sexually assaulted his young daughter. The Greenville County Sheriff's Office arrested a man who they say sexually assaulted his young daughter.

The Greenville County Sheriff's Office arrested a man who they say sexually assaulted his young daughter.

According to a statement released from the sheriff's office, 24-year-old Victor Noe Ortiz Delvalle was charged with first-degree criminals sexual conduct with a minor.

On March 5, 2013, the sheriff's office responded to the Views at Pelham apartments on Pelham Road after receiving a call in reference to a deceased four month old child. During the course of the investigation, sheriff's investigators said that they were notified by the Medical Examiner's Office that the child had been a victim of a sexual assault. Sheriff's Office officials state that upon further investigation and forensic testing, it was determined that Delvalle was responsible for the assault. 

Arrest Warrants state that Delvalle and the child's mother told investigators that Delvalle was the child's only caregiver at the time of girl's death. Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt. Michael Hildebrand stated that investigators do not believe Delvalle was responsible for the child's death at this time.

Delvalle is currently being held at the Greenville County Detention Center awaiting a bond hearing.

 

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