Both were outlawed since 2015; two of the children still lived with them
“A Christian pastor and his pastor partner were arrested this morning in Foz do Iguaçu, western Paraná. The 41-year-old man and the 40-year-old woman were convicted in 2015 of rape of five children. The crimes were committed in Chapecó, in Santa Catarina, where the family resided at the time.
Two of them were still living with their parents. According to the Civil Police, sexual abuse was committed in 2007 but was only discovered in 2009 when one of the girls reported the rapes and rapes for which she and her siblings passed on to the teacher.
From there, the Guardianship Council was activated and soon the Civil Police. “At the time of the investigation, they have already escaped from the city of Chapecó. By 2015, they were sentenced.
So, the team began intensifying the investigations more and more and were successful in locating them in Foz do Iguaçu, “said Elder Arruda Chaves, of the Police Department for the Protection of Children, Adolescents, Women and the Elderly (DPCAMI). According to the delegate, on Tuesday morning police officers from Santa Catarina went to Foz to request the support of the local police. Together the teams found the residence of the fugitives and took them to the police station.
“We identified as police officers, they also identified and there was no reaction,” Chaves said. In the morning of Wednesday (4) the couple was delivered at the Chaperon Police Station.
The father of the children was sentenced to 22 years in prison in a closed regime and the mother to 16 years also in a closed regime.
Still according to Chaves, the children were raped in a kind of ritual where the father strips the children and abuses of the three children and two daughters.
The wife was convicted of omission and connivance with the crime. The delegate also says that at the time three of the children were taken from the couple by Justice while the other two stayed with the couple.
“The children the news we have is that three of them still remain in the city of Chapecó and wait for the adoption. Two of them still lived with their parents, “he says.”