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Florida corrections officer jailed for 10 years for raping women he was monitoring on house arrest

Florida corrections officer is jailed for 10 years for raping THREE women he was monitoring while they were on house arrest and telling one who tried to refuse: ‘I can make you disappear’

  • A Miami-Dade corrections officer has been jailed for raping at least three women while he was monitoring their house arrest during his parole visits 
  • Yulian Gonzalez has been sentenced to 10 years behind bars and 10 years of parole and registering as a sexual predator
  • One victim claimed that the former Florida officer threatened to send her back to jail if she refused saying, ‘I can make you disappear’
  • The 36-year-old was first arrested and charged back in September 2019 before being hit with additional  charges in October 2019 when two more victims came forward with rape allegations 

A corrections officer was jailed for 10 years after raping three women on house arrest – and warning one victim: ‘I can make you disappear.’ 

Yulian Gonzalez, 36, was convicted of three rapes at a court hearing in Miami on Wednesday, 18 months after his crimes were first reported in September 2019.  

The women came forward claiming that Yulian Gonzalez forced them to perform sexual acts and raped them during his parole visits. 

According to the arrest report, one victim claimed that Gonzalez threatened to send her back to jail if and even implied he could kill her by making her ‘disappear.’

Yulian Gonzalez has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to raping three woman while he was working as their parole officer 

The officer was assigned to the ‘monitored release’ program running out of a corrections building that used to house female inmates. 

Gonzalez was assigned to monitor a 42-year-old woman who was sentenced to house arrest while awaiting trial.  

He was first arrested in September 2019 when the woman under his supervision told police that her parole officer expressed romantic and sexual interest in her a month earlier.

She said eventually forcing her to perform sexual acts on Gonzalez during his court mandated home visits. 

The 36-year-old was arrested in September 2019 and charged with several counts of armed kidnapping and armed sexual battery

 The 36-year-old was arrested in September 2019 and charged with several counts of armed kidnapping and armed sexual battery 

The 11-year veteran of the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department was initially charged with four counts of armed kidnapping and armed sexual battery.  

Surveillance video and GPS tracking data confirmed that Gonzalez took the 43-year-old woman to North Miami’s adult only Nexx Motel in his department issued vehicle four separate times. 

The motel advertises rooms to ‘set the mood’ advertising rooms with stripper poles, neon lights, and sexually suggestive photos plastered on the walls.  

Gonzalez would force his victims to perform sexual acts and rape them during his court-issed mandatory home visits threatening to send them back to jail if they did not comply

Gonzalez would force his victims to perform sexual acts and rape them during his court-issed mandatory home visits threatening to send them back to jail if they did not comply 

Then in October 2019, Gonzalez faced additional charges when two more victims came forward. 

A 26-year-old woman and a 32-year-old woman came forward claiming that Gonzalez raped them in their homes on several occasions while performing his court mandated home visits. 

Gonzalez pleaded guilty and has been sentenced to 10 years in prison followed by an additional 10 years of parole and mandatory status as a registered sexual predator. 

The 36-year-old worked for the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department for 11 years as part of the 'monitored' release program

The 36-year-old worked for the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department for 11 years as part of the ‘monitored’ release program

Director of the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation center, Daniel Junior, commented on the disturbing situation saying: ‘On behalf of MDCR, I am deeply saddened that the actions of one employee could tarnish the good work of the Monitored Release Bureau and the proud men and women of MDCR who dedicate their lives to ensuring the safety of the public.’

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