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CHATHAM COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — A Wilmington man is in jail in Chatham County accused of raping his estranged wife.

The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office Jesus Narciso Alvarez-Alba, 31, of Wilmington, had a domestic violence protective order issued against him by his estranged wife. Investigators say early Sunday morning he forced his way into her home in Moncure and raped her.

Deputies say they got a 911 call from the frantic woman. She told officers that she kept telling her husband to leave when he arrived at the house, but he kept refusing. He then held her down on the floor and raped her, investigators say. After he fell asleep, she contacted deputies, who arrested him while he was still at the home.

Alvarez-Alba is charged with felonious second degree rape, felonious second degree kidnapping, domestic criminal trespassing and violation of a court order. He was jailed under a $100,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in Chatham County District Court in Pittsboro July 29.

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Vog46
2015 years 8 months ago

on a first date,
23rd date,
or on your 33rd wedding anniversary
What man, in today’s world, doesn’t listen to that?

I’m proud to be old fashioned but I recognize the Mrs as more than the bearer of my kids or cleaner of my house, or cook of my meals, or sex slave.
She is my friend, and my partner, and my equal and I show her respect by listening to her words.

This guy needs to go to prison so when HE says “NO” Bubba can show him what it’s like……

Vog

GuestMan.
2015 years 8 months ago

And you are probably an idiot….

Guest1012
2015 years 8 months ago

He is probably an illegal and probably has mutiple DWI’s and probably will get off scott free….poor woman!

dean bailey
2015 years 8 months ago

so whats its her place to give it to him they married. it give him all the right. his wife should submit to her husband , check out the bible, no wife should never say no.

Maureen A. Wilson
2015 years 8 months ago

Probably a candidate for U.S. Senate bill 744 – Amnesty and a path to U.S.Citizenship AND N.C.’s House bill 786 – Licensing Illegal Aliens while expanding “seasonal labor.” Not bad…driving, a job, amnesty, and citizenship. Now, if convicted we can float him in prison with 3 squares, a cot, education, recreation, and full medical.

 

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