The girl’s parents found out and reported the crime to the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina. Authorities investigated the case and turned it over to the FBI once Uribe was found in Georgia.
Uribe pleaded guilty to the crime Aug. 24 and was sentenced Thursday. He will be deported after serving his prison sentence, Pak said. Additionally, he will be under 10 years of supervised release.
Uribe was born in Mexico, but was living in the United States as a permanent resident.
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