Cameron Co. Child Abuse Unit Helps Secure Guilty Verdict
BROWNSVILLE – A jury in the 357th Judicial District found a 32-year-old man guilty in a child abuse case involving two children.
Neftaly Nunez was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child on Thursday.
On Friday, the jury sentenced Nunez to 60 years in the Texas Department of Corrections.
The trial team on the case was Cameron County ADA Patrick Rodriguez, ADA Daniel N. Lopez, investigator Jimmy Limon and paralegal Gabriela Cruz. The Brownsville Police Department, Detective Sam Lucio and the Cameron County Children’s Advocacy Center Monica’s House assisted in the case.
“Our Child Abuse Unit has done a great job in removing another sexual predator from our community and brought justice to these two beautiful little girls,” Cameron County District Attorney Luis V. Saenz said in a press release.
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