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Special Olympics coach charged with rape

11:33 AM Thu, Apr 26, 2007 |
Michelle Homer
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A Houston man has been charged with raping a mentally challenged woman who he coaches in the Special Olympics.



Johnny G. Villalobos, 55, is charged with three counts of sexual assault.
The suspect was arrested Monday evening in the 2400 block of Green Valley.
An HPD officer on patrol spotted a suspicious vehicle parked in the driveway of an abandoned house. He said he saw Villalobos inside the vehicle engaging in a sexual activity with a 29-year-old female. 
Further investigation revealed the female was mentally challenged.
Villalobos was interviewed by police and confessed that he has had numerous sexual encounters with the victim, according to investigators.
He is employed by the Aldine Independent School District as a teacher’s aide and Special Olympics coach.
HPD Sex Crimes Unit investigators are unaware of any other individuals who may have been victimized by suspect Villalobos. 
Anyone with information in this case or any other similar incident involving suspect Villalobos is urged to contact the HPD Sex Crimes Unit at 713-308-1180 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.



4 Comments

Shannon said:

Score a point for our local Cops!!! Thanks for getting this scum away from our students and Special Olympics Team Members!!! GOOD SPOTTING. Thanks for publishing his picture. LOOK CLOSELY parents!!!

Bubba said:

This is why Texas has the “Death Penalty”, lets use it for this inhuman trash.

Anonymous said:

THEY NEED TO PUT HIS CELL KEY INSIDE A JACK RABBIT AND SET IT FREE. THEN LET’S SEE HOW LONG IT TAKES TO CATCH THAT RABBIT AND SET HIM FREE. HURRY AND SET THAT RABBIT LOOSE!!!!!!

Gloria said:

It breaks my heart when I hear of sick people taking advantage of the mentally challenged and children. People like him usually doesn’t have just one victim and who knows how many of these special people he has hurt. They might not have the ability to tell anyone what has happened to them. Thank You Houston Police Department for being attentive and alert and taking the time to check this situation out, and taking this man off the streets. But I do also think he needs help and not just to be lock away, because he will more than likely get out on day, and we want to make sure this man can’t hurt anyone else.


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