A migrant was arrested and charged in Alabama for raping a “mentally incapacitated” teen.

According to WDHN-TV, citing the Encore Police Department, authorities arrested 23-year-old Pablo Mendoza on Monday, March 25, for an incident on Feb. 20.

Authorities said that he allegedly raped a 13-year-old “mentally incapacitated” girl on Feb. 20.

The local outlet said that the teen could not consent to the intercourse, because she was “physically helpless.”

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Pablo Mendoza

Pablo Mendoza allegedly raped a handicapped 13-year-old in Feb. (Coffee County Sheriff’s Office)

Authorities said that Mendoza was charged with first degree rape.

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Authorities confirmed that Mendoza entered the U.S. illegally.

He will be deported back to his home country following his court date.

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Friendswood Police Department is asking for victims of what they call the “viral TikTok Door Knock challenge” to come forward. (iStock)

Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-AL, blamed President Biden’s border policies for allowing individuals like Mendoza into the country.

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@JoeBiden is aiding and abetting these monsters,” Tuberville wrote in a X post.

Similarly, Rep. Wesley Hunt, R-Texas., wrote, “Joe Biden did this.”

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