Facebook interaction leads to alleged torment for Albuquerque teen

Brittany Costello
November 18, 2017 06:49 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Facebook is a go-to for social interaction, chatting, even getting in touch with people you may or may not know.


It’s also where a teen girl told police she met a 24-year-old man, now identified as Oliver Delgadillo Vasquez.

She was just 12 at the time, but after that very first meeting, the teen told police she attempted on several different occasions to get away from Vasquez. At one point he allegedly threw her in his truck, took her to his mother’s house and locked her in his bedroom for two days with no access to food or water.

The teen told police his mother knew about it.

On a different occasion, the young girl told police she was home alone when Vasquez broke in and raped her.

He appeared in front of a judge Saturday, where the state filed a motion to keep Vasquez behind bars until his trial.

Vasquez made a number of faces, and even appeared to be shocked when the list of nearly 20 charges he’s facing was recited. He already has a criminal history, consisting mostly of traffic violations.

For the time being, he will not be released.



Brittany Costello

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