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Registered Sex Offender Carlos Parra's at it Again; Accused of Perving on Three Girls at Wife's At-Home Daycare Business

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If your husband has a history of perving on young girls, perhaps a daycare business at the home the two of you share isn't the best idea.

That said, it didn't stop the wife of convicted sex criminal Carlos Parra, who's, yet again, accused of sexually abusing children.

According to court records obtained by New Times, Parra allegedly molested three girls while they were in his wife's care at her daycare center at the couple's home at 8155 West Catalina Drive in Phoenix.

Parra already is a registered sex offender for inappropriately touching a young girl (on which we'd have more information if the Department of Public Safety's website -- and its sex offender registry -- hadn't been hacked and apparently shut down for the moment. More on that in Feathered Bastard). There are also other allegations that he sexually assaulted a young girl in Wyoming.

Parra's latest alleged victims are three sisters, none of whom mentioned the alleged abuse to each other until recently when it was revealed they all suffered similarly.

The mother of the victims called police earlier this month to report that her daughters were abused by Parra between early 1999 and spring of 2001.

One of the girls, who was between the ages of 5 and 7 when the abuse occurred, recalled one instance when Parra forced her to perform oral sex on him.

We'll spare you further details, but the abuse on the other girls was equally nauseating.

In total, Parra's been hit with 11 counts of sexual conduct with a minor, four counts of child molestation, one count of public sexual indecency, and two counts of sexual assault.

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