A North Texas man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison without parole for aggravated sexual assault of a child, according to Collin County District Attorney, Greg Willis.
"The jury's verdict punishes the perpetrator and protects other children," Willis said in a statement.
Officials said Estrada knew the the victim and perpetrated the abuse during the child's caretaker's absence. The child disclosed the abuse the next day, and the child was taken to a nearby hospital for an exam. The exam results confirmed that the child had been abused.
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McKinney Police Detective Ursula Watson investigated the case alongside Detective Adrian Guzman.
Guzman said Estrada admitted some of the details of his conduct, but denied others during their interview.
The Collin County District Attorney's Office said the child testified at trial about the details of the assault and the acts committed against him by Estrada.
The jury returned guilty verdicts and sentenced Estrada to 25 years in prison for aggravated sexual assault of a child under six and three years for indecency with a child.