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Arrest Made In June Golden Gate Sexual Battery

Collier County Sheriff's Office

Post Date:08/31/2017 3:40 PM

Detectives arrested a 31-year-old man Thursday in connection with a sexual battery in Golden Gate in June.  

Roberto Alfonso Amezaga, of 2057 51st St. S.W., Golden Gate, is charged with sexual battery using force likely to cause serious injury and burglary of an occupied dwelling with battery in connection with the June 18 incident.

Detectives say Amezaga entered the victim’s home in the early morning hours and attacked her while she slept. DNA recovered during the investigation linked Amezaga to the crime, according to forensic results received from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on Thursday.

Amezaga was arrested at the Naples Jail Center where he has been incarcerated since his July 29 arrest on an unrelated charge of violating a no-contact order.

Detectives said Amezaga is also a suspect in two other sexual batteries in Golden Gate. Detectives are working on evidence to bring formal charges against Amezaga in connection with those crimes, which occurred on July 23 and on Aug. 1, 2016.

Earlier news release:
CCSO Seeks Suspect In Sexual Battery
Collier County Sheriff's Office
Post Date:06/18/2017 1:55 PM

Collier County investigators are looking for a man in connection with an early morning burglary and sexual battery.

 Around 4 a.m. Sunday morning deputies were called to an address in Golden Gate City for a woman who had been beaten and sexually battered. The incident happened at a private residence on the North side of Golden Gate Parkway.

 Investigators say a Hispanic male entered the home and attacked the woman while she slept. The man is described as balding, possibly 5’6 inches tall with a muscular build.  He was shirtless and wearing baggy gym shorts.

Investigators are asking that the community be vigilant. It is important to remember to lock your doors and report anything that looks suspicious.

 This continues to be an active and ongoing investigation and we will update the community as the investigation evolves.

 Anyone with information is asked to contact the Collier County Sheriff’s Office at 239-252-9300, or if you wish to remain anonymous and eligible for a reward call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477).

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