Woodburn man charged with rape at large prior to trial
A warrant is out for a Woodburn man charged with rape of a 12-year-old girl prior to his court date scheduled for Sept. 5.
Wilson Roberto Hernandez-Perez, 32, was arrested in July 2017 for allegedly commiting first-degree rape and first-degree sexual abuse against a minor victim.
Hernandez-Perez was held in Marion County Correctional Facility for about a year. He was able to post bail of $5,000 on Aug. 20.
However, Hernandez-Perez did not appear in court for his pre-trial hearing on Sept. 5. The judge issued a warrant for his arrest.
Both first-degree rape and first-degree sexual abuse are Measure 11 crimes, meaning they're felonies with a minimum sentence for those found guilty — eight years, four months for first-degree rape and six years, three months for first-degree sexual abuse.