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A 21-year-old man raped and molested his six-year-old relative over the course of two years, Montgomery County Police say in court documents obtained by ABC7.

Authorities have charged Wilder Francisco Hernandez-Nolasco, 21, of Silver Spring, with eight criminal counts including second-degree rape, second-degree sex offense and continuous sex abuse of a minor.

The article goes on to state the following:

In late August, the six-year-old girl told special victims detectives that Hernandez-Nolasco had fondled her genitals and “engaged in vaginal intercourse,” among other sexual acts. The crimes occurred at two apartments, both in Silver Spring, where the family lived between August 2017 and August of this year.

To keep her quiet, the article states that Hernandez-Nolasco told the little girl she would be “grounded” for 100 days if she ever told anyone what he had done.

Hernandez-Nolasco was born in Honduras and has lived in the United States for at least three years, the report states. His last employment was with Jaleo, a José Andrés restaurant that has three locations in the DC area, but they said they fired him about 6 months ago.

He is reportedly being held without bond, and faces up to 155 years in prison.

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