Man convicted of throwing semen on women set to be deported, faces more charges
PORTLAND, Ore. —
The man convicted of throwing semen at two Portland women is scheduled for deportation, and he faces more criminal charges.
Milwaukie police said they've linked the man, Manuel Banuelos-Alcala, 48, to a case from more than two years ago.
Officers said in March of 2015 Banuelos-Alcala threw semen on a woman at the Safeway store on King Road in Milwaukie. Police said they tested its DNA but didn't get back a positive identification until after officers in Portland arrested the suspect earlier this year.
In April, Portland police said Banuelos-Alcala threw semen on a woman in the parking lot of the Safeway store on Barbur Boulevard. They said he was driving an older, white car at the time and was caught on surveillance video.
A month later another woman reported a similar incident at the same location.
Detectives said they arrested Banuelos-Alcala a few days after that report while he was walking to his car in the Safeway parking lot.
On Oct. 27, Banuelos-Alcala pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree sex abuse. He was sentenced to three years probation and scheduled for deportation to Mexico with a 10-year exclusion. He's also ordered to register as a sex offender.
No one answered the door Tuesday at the married father of three's address in Beaverton.
Jail officials confirmed he has not been in their custody since May.
Banuelos-Alcala faces a third-degree sex abuse charge in the Milwaukie case.
The Washington County District Attorney's Office said it's reviewing a case as well but would not provide further details.
A spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) did not immediately answer multiple questions KATU asked Tuesday morning, including when Banuelos-Alcala would be deported.