Mexican Child Rapist Carlito Quintana Taunts Police On Facebook— Cops Get Last Laugh

If you’re going to be a rapist scumbag, probably the last thing you want to do is taunt the police on social media. Well, that’s exactly what some turd brain did.

On top of being a pos rapist, the loser decided he’d add bank robbery to his repertoire. Carlito Quintana, a 20-year-old Hispanic man from New Mexico was wanted by Santa Fe police for raping a 15-year-old girl after a party.

Oh, the kicker? His dirtbag father, Charles Galvan, raped the girl, too.

Via Blue Lives Matter:

A New Mexico man, Carlito Quintana, was wanted for the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl when he started to taunt police on Facebook after his “Wanted” poster went up on the Santa Fe police page.

The 20-year-old was wanted for two counts of sexual penetration and one count of sexual contact with a minor. Proving that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, the assault allegedly took place with the help with his equally reprehensible father, 41-year-old Charles Glavan. Quintana reportedly persuaded the girl to have sex with him after she had become intoxicated, according the the Santa Fe New Mexican. Once in bed, the father joined in the assault. The girl later told a school counselor of the ordeal. Glaven was later arrested, but Quintana remained on the run.

When Santa Fe Police posted a mugshot of Quintana to their Facebook page, the genius rapist/bank robber decided it would be fun to taunt them. He replied to their post, writing “You ain’t catching no one.”

Brain surgeon Quintana quickly found out that was a huge mistake. Police had been waiting for him to make his next move. So were Santa Fe bankers.

Quintana robbed a bank in the area, and employees placed an electronic tracking device into the bag of cash they handed over to him. Police used the tracker to pinpoint Quintana’s location, and boom, his raping, bank robbing days were over.

Via Santa Fe New Mexican:

A rape suspect sought by Santa Fe police has been arrested in Albuquerque and now faces federal charges in a series of bank robberies by a well-dressed man dubbed the “Fedora Bandit.”

The Santa Fe Police Department posted a mug shot of 20-year-old Carlito Quintana on its Facebook page in late September, asking members of the community for any information on his whereabouts. Quintana — or someone using his name on Facebook — replied to the post Oct. 8, saying, “You ain’t catching no one.”

According to Albuquerque TV news reports, Quintana was arrested last week in Albuquerque. He is being held by federal authorities on suspicion of robbing five banks.

Surveillance camera images from several of the Albuquerque-area robberies show a young man wearing a fedora and large, plastic sunglasses. Police were able to track the suspect using a device that bank workers placed in a bag of cash, KOB-TV said last week, and the tracker led them to Quintana.

Once the scumbag was in custody, Santa Fe Police replied to his comment that they would never catch him on their Facebook page. In epic fashion officers wrote, “OH YES WE DID! GOTCHA!”


One scumbag loser down, a million to go. Kudos to the Santa Fe Police for taking this pos out!

By Jeff Rainforth
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Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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