A Mexican man who was deported from the US 20 times has been convicted of 10 counts including sexual assault in Oregon.
On Friday, Sergio Jose Martinez, 31, was sentenced to 35 years in prison in a Portland courtroom after pleading guilty to kidnapping, sexual assault, sodomy and several other counts, KOIN reported.
Martinez smiled throughout the trial, and as he left, he gave one grim parting shot to his two victims' relatives: 'See all you guys in Hell.'
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The first attack occurred early on the morning of July 24, when Martinez entered the Northeast Portland home of a 65-year-old woman through a window she had left open to cool the house.
Wielding a metal rod, Martinez told the woman to get down on the ground, where he bound and blindfolded her, threatened to murder her, and then sexually assaulted her.
He stole the woman's purse and car; she called the police from a neighbor's home, and they located the vehicle and put it under surveillance.
While they kept an eye on the car, however, Martinez was stalking his second victim in a parking garage on the corner of Northeast 21st Avenue and Northeast Halsey Street.
FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Multnomah County Sheriff's office shows Sergio Jose Martinez. Martinez, a Mexican man who has been deported from the United States at least 13 times has been sentenced to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to assault, kidnapping and other charges in separate attacks on two women on the same day. Martinez received the sentence Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, in Portland, a day after another man in the United States illegally was found not guilty by a jury in San Francisco in the shooting death of a woman that touched off a fierce national immigration debate. (Multnomah County Sheriff's Office via AP, File)
He approached her carrying a knife and made her get into her car; as he got in after her she attempted to escape, but he was able to grab her and start slamming her head into the ground.
The woman called out for help and as passersby approached, Martinez attempted to steal her car, then fled on foot when it failed to start. Police caught him minutes later.
Two relatives of one of the victims, and one of the victims herself, spoke during the sentencing phase Friday, in which Martinez often grinned.
A brother of one victim told Martinez: 'Sergio, no sentencing is enough. I rather you rot in Hell.'
Deputy District Attorney Amity Girt, the prosecutor on the case, said: 'We had some very powerful victim impact