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Murder suspect arrested after escaping on house arrest

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Alexander Velazquez Hernandez, 37, was wanted for multiple sexual assaults near the University of Alabama campus. The first incident was reported in July 2008. The suspect, posing as the maintenance worker for the apartment, was able to enter the victim's unit and sexually assault her. On Feb. 24, 2009, the suspect posed as a maintenance worker again to commit his crimes.
3 months ago·Tuscaloosa, United States

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