Raul Barrientos Gets 30 Years for Raping Severely Disabled Woman at Fullerton College

Anaheim 23-year-old Raul Barrientos was convicted Monday of raping and sexually assaulting a woman with severe mental and physical disabilities in a Fullerton College men's restroom.

After pleading guilty to two felony counts of forcible digital penetration and one felony count each of forcible rape, forcible oral copulation, rape, and kidnapping, Barrientos was sentenced to 30 years in state prison.

On April 29, 2011, Barrientos victimized a 19-year-old woman who had the developmental level of a 5- to 6-year-old child, wore leg braces on both legs and had impaired speech. She took special education classes at the community college.

Barrientos put his arm around her and led her into a men's restroom stall. Over her cries, he forced her to blow him before raping and fingering her. She was on her period, and her blood wound up on his hands, clothing and penis. He then left her in the bathroom, where she was found a short time later by a teacher.

After the incident was reported to campus security, Barrientos was immediately suspected because he had allegedly creeped out another woman on campus before. After a Fullerton Police investigation, he was arrested.

Raul Barrientos Charged with Rape and Sex Assault of Severely Disabled Woman at Fullerton College

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