ROCHESTER, Minn. – A man accused of sexually abusing two small children in Olmsted County has been deported before he could stand trial.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement for the state of Minnesota has confirmed that Heriberto Campos, 36, was deported from the county after being released on bail.
He was arrested in May and charged with two counts of 1st degree criminal sexual conduct and two counts of 2nd degree criminal sexual conduct. Rochester police say the abuse happened between the ages of 9 and 14 and the children reported it to their mother in September 2017. She told law enforcement on May 3 and Campos was arrested while working at a Rochester restaurant.
He was held on $150,000 bond but posted bail on June 5 and did not appear for a hearing on Tuesday, indicating he was deported between those two dates.
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