She was taken to the hospital where police continued to question her.
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By Deanna Weniger dweniger pioneerpress. When they entered the bedroom, they found her wrapped in a blanket, visibly upset, bruised and bleeding.
The woman told police that in the weeks prior to the alleged assault, Lopez-Meneses had moved out after she refused to let him move his girlfriend into his room, according to the criminal complaint. The woman believed he may have used a house key that he failed to return to gain access to her home, according to the complaint. July When they arrived, the woman was afraid and locked herself in her room until officers cleared the scene.
They could hear her sobbing through the door, the complaint states. He had recently returned, asking for his room back, but the woman turned him away because she had already rented it out to someone else. He had lived there about eight months.
When she screamed, he put his hands back over her mouth and nose, the complaint states. He is believed to be in the country illegally, police said.
Lopez-Meneses had an identification card from Mexico and is believed to be in the United States illegally, police said. He is being held at the Ramsey County jail. She told them she had been asleep in her bed when she awoke to Lopez-Meneses straddling her with his hands over her mouth and nose so she was unable to breathe, the complaint states. Paul police responded to a burglary report at the home about 4 a.
Police located him July 21 in Eagan and arrested him. A Minneapolis man was charged Thursday with raping his former St. Paul landlady because he was angry that she refused to let his girlfriend move in with him.
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Rolando Lopez-Meneses, 23, was charged with one count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of first-degree burglary. A tenant living at the house heard the commotion and came out of his room, scaring Lopez-Meneses away, according to the complaint. She begged for him to leave, but he ignored her and began to rape and beat her. As she spoke to officers through the help of an interpreter, she fainted and fell to the floor.