The man believed to be behind the Virginia butt slashing attacks last year has been arrested in Peru.
According to Interpol Peru, Johnny D. Guillen was apprehended in Lima on Friday.
Identified as Johnny D. Guillen Pimentel by the Fairfax County Police in Virginia, he is believed to be responsible for attacks on at least 13 young woman in the Fairfax area.
Each women that while they were shopping, they felt a sharp pain in their rear ends and upon checking themselves, realized they had been cut through their clothing
The reported attacks took place between February and July 2011.
Known as the “Corta Nalgas” (“Butt Cutter”), Guillen allegedly slice the young woman as they were distracted while shopping at various retail shops.
Some of the woman though they had simply gotten caught on hangers of something in the store until realizing they were no alone after police learned of the attacks and released information and asked possible victims to come forward.
Guillen became the main suspect after video surveillance allegedly showed him in the stores all the victims had been in when cut.