Dexter Tagudin Villanueva, Knife-Wielding Rapist, Cries Like Little Bitch as He's Convicted

A 59-year-old woman was on her couch watching the last 15 minutes of Law and Order in her East Briarvale Avenue, Anaheim, home late at night on Aug. 10, 2009, when Dexter Tagudin Villanueva slithered in from an open back door. Wearing a bandana over his face and carrying a knife, the then-44-year-old Anaheim man threatened to stab the woman before raping her, at times putting a pillow over her face. He then asked where her purse was, stole her cash and threatened to kill her if she called police before he fled. It took a jury two hours to convict Villanueva of charges that could put him in prison for 100 years.

As she begged for mercy, he asked where her purse was, stole her cash and threatened to kill her if she called police before he fled.

It only took a jury two hours to convict Villanueva of charges that could put him in prison for 100 years.

But here's the best part: Villanueva cried like a little bitch as the verdicts were announced.

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He had time for a good, long sob because he was found guilty of felony burglary, assault with intent to commit a sexual offense, sexual assault and making a criminal threat, as well as several sentencing enhancements were found true, including use of a knife to commit a crime.

His public defender despicably had tried to argue the woman, who was alone because her husband was on a business trip, wanted it.

Break out the tissue on Jan. 20, when Villanueva is scheduled to be sentenced in Santa Ana.

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