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Hugo Armando Arceo Trevizo

A man accused of sexually assaulting a Longmont woman in 2012 is set for trial in December.

Hugo Armando Arceo Trevizo, 43, pleaded not guilty to three counts of sexual assault on Friday, according to online records. Trevizo was set for a five-day trial starting Dec. 7, and a motions hearing Oct. 6.

According to an arrest affidavit, Longmont police were called Sept. 16, 2012, by a social worker who said a woman had shown up at the hospital and said she was sexually assaulted.

The woman told police she had been on a date with Trevizo the previous night and that they began having sex. But the woman said that after a few moments, she no longer wanted to have sex and told Trevizo to stop.

According to the affidavit, the woman said Trevizo did not stop and then sexually assaulted her vaginally and then anally even as she continued to scream at him to stop.

The results of the sexual assault examination revealed injuries to the woman’s genitals and anus, and the exam also found semen.

Detectives tried to follow up, but the woman stopped communication with police and the case was closed at the time.

In September 2018, the woman contacted police and said she wanted to move forward with the case.

Trevizo had since been sentenced to prison for 28 years to life on a 2018 sex assault on a child case, and Trevizo’s DNA profile from the offender database was a match to the DNA found on the woman in her 2012 exam.

According to the affidavit, Trevizo refused to talk to police when they went to interview him at Bent County Correctional Facility in Las Animas, where he remains in custody.

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