Omaha, Nebraska - An Omaha man had less-than-divine designs for the centuries-old Virgin Mary painting he stole from St. Cecilia Cathedral.
Aurelio Vallecillo-Sanchez planned to use money from selling the sacred painting to pay for an abortion for the 14-year-old girl he raped, prosecutors say.
That wasn't the only detail revealed Friday as Vallecillo-Sanchez, 39, pleaded no contest to sexual assault and theft.
Prosecutors say he threatened to kill the girl and her family if she went to police about the sexual assault.
And, prosecutors say, they believe Vallecillo-Sanchez was responsible for the thefts of dozens of pieces of religious artwork from at least five area churches in 2006 and 2007.
Vallecillo-Sanchez, 39, pleaded no contest to first-degree sexual assault for impregnating the 14-year-old girl and to felony theft for stealing “The Virgin Immaculata” — a pain
Tags: Aurelio Vallecillo-Sanchez, sexual assault, rapist, felony theft, The Virgin Immaculata
Location: Omaha, Nebraska, United States (load item map)
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