Woodburn man arrested for rape, abuse of minors
A Woodburn man was charged with rape for sexually abusing two victims under the age of 14 over a three month span earlier this year.
Honorato Sanchez-Santiago, 43, was arrested on March 23 by the Marion County Sheriff's Office. He has been charged with three counts of second-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sexual abuse and one count of first-degree sodomy.
According to court documents, Sanchez-Santiago raped a victim three times over a three-month span from December 2018 to February.
In a separate act related to the case, Sanchez-Santiago is also accused of sexually abusing a second victim over a two-day span in March. The second victim is listed as a child under the age of 12.
All crimes took place in Marion County. Second-degree rape and first-degree sexual abuse are both considered Measure 11 crimes, each of which carries a mandatory minimum sentence of six years and three months. First-degree sodomy is also a Measure 11 crime, carrying a minimum sentence of eight years and four months.
Sanchez-Santiago has no previous arrests in Oregon. He is being held on bail for $400,000 and is considered a flight risk, according to court documents.
He was arraigned on April 3, with Judge David Leith assigned to his case. Sanchez-Santiago's next court appearance is scheduled for April 18.