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Two sisters call for their father to be executed after he molested kids "Give our dad the death penalty" 

Two sisters call for their father to be executed after he molested kids “Give our dad the death penalty” 

Two sisters from the state of Florida United States are calling for the execution of their own father after they found out he molested 24 kids, including a 4-year-old.

The two sisters whose names are Ana and Yaneiry Albarran said their father Davie Albarran, 51, was their best friend. but they now want him first to rot in prison for 20 years before being executed under a new law signed by the state’s governor Ron DeSantis. 

Ana and Yaneiry Albarran

However based on their opinion Yaneiry, 30, agreed, saying: “It will be an honor for him to know that we are the reason for him to leave the earth. We want him to know we are his karma. And Ana, 33, said: “I want the death penalty. He should get the worst punishment possible, the worst there is. He deserves 20 years in jail and then to die in there. Whatever they can do to him – because he has caused so much pain to so many people.”

“And we’re going to confront him in court, look him in the eye. I want to see that man in his little orange jumpsuit and for him to know we put him there.

“He has traumatized generations of women. The trauma he has left behind is still visible on their faces. He deserves to pay for every single one of the victims he has hurt.”

The sisters said there are now 24 alleged victims who were between the ages of four and 16 when they claim they were seriously sexually assaulted by Albarran over the past 20 years. Several were allegedly raped, including a four-year-old.

The sisters filmed a celebration video with other family members after they found out he had been caught on Monday.

The sisters had carried out extensive detective work to help capture their father. They nearly caught their fugitive father four times themselves while he was on the run for 15 months.

The courageous Albarran sisters used social media and foot-slogging detective work, which included multiple stakeouts of premises where they believed their father was hiding. They allege they were battling against other members of their large extended family they claim helped their father evade capture.

Davie Albarran, 51

The sisters physically checked out more than 40 motels and various private residences where they believed their father could be holed up during the 451 days he was on the run.

At one point, they narrowed down their search to the Friendly Village Inn Motel between Kissimmee and St Cloud, Florida, where they say they saw other estranged family members bringing the alleged pedophile food while he was living there.

They tipped off the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, but Albarran had slipped away by the time officers reached the rundown business by the side of a busy highway.

The sisters also say they tracked him to a former girlfriend’s house and to another home owned by an innocent woman who had no idea that he was on the run while living there between July and October last year.

They also revealed the huge personal toll the traumatic manhunt has taken, including Ana suffering a near breakdown, her marriage to husband Erick reaching breaking point and becoming so depressed she was incapable of even brushing her teeth.
Eventually, Sheriff’s deputies captured the runaway father hiding out in a shed around midnight on Sunday at the newly-purchased home of his 41-year-old sister Madeline Albarran in a rural part of Lakeland, Florida. Davie Albarran’s capture was thanks to a crucial piece of detective work and information by Ana, 33. Albarran is accused of sexual battery plus lewd and lascivious conduct and child abuse.
While fleeing from authorities, the building contractor Albarran moved in with sister Madeline and her husband Rolon Nunez, 38, after they bought their $245,000 home three months ago. Neighbors say they have seen children living there.

Polk County Sheriff’s Office, who caught him, has confirmed to DailyMail that officers are looking into investigating his sister Madeline plus any other relatives who may have assisted. The sisters had a traumatic experience that sparked the manhunt, leading to father-of-six Albarran eventually being tracked down by the sisters and law enforcement Yaneiry bravely revealed that one of her daughters is among the alleged 24 victims abused by her father.

The child disclosed this to an aunt at a birthday sleepover on the night of November 25, 2022. Yaneiry was at home in St Cloud when called at 11pm by another of her sisters, Francesca, who relayed that the girl claimed she had been abused for three months.

Formerly homeless Albarran, whom Yaneiry took in after he was sleeping in his car, was confronted when he arrived at their home shortly afterwards. “I loved my father, he was my best friend and we had such a beautiful relationship,” Yaneiry said. “On November 25, 2022, that all changed.

Once I found out that he hurt what was most precious to me, our love was out of the window. “The night of the confrontation I got a phone call from my older sister about my daughter. She spoke up about being sexually abused by my father at a little girls’ sleepover.

And then another little girl also came forward and said the same. “I confronted my father and completely lost it. I snapped. Like I just went nuts. I hit him a couple of times. I was throwing things, breaking things. And I was saying to him, don’t lie to me.
I was throwing his stuff everywhere, I was throwing things at his car. I was going crazy, he was my best friend. The fact that he did this to me, I just couldn’t believe it. “He ran to his car and just drove off. That is the last time I saw him.” Ana revealed: “When I found what he’d done I was enraged.

Then I found out about other possible victims and I was like, we are going to get him. So me and my sister sat down and we decided we were going to let everybody know who he was. But also that we were also going to personally hunt him down.” The sisters raised money and plastered their father’s photo all over, including on billboards, as they asked for help in catching him.

Albarran’s capture happened shortly after he was featured on America’s Most Wanted TV show. Finally it was a tip from the woman Albarran rented a room from between July and October last year that brought him down. He told the woman his name was Max. “She didn’t know until America’s Most Wanted that he was wanted for those horrible crimes,” Ana said.

“She’s innocent and she is the one who told us who must be helping him. “As a result, I used Snapchat location for one of my relatives to pinpoint where I believe he was hiding out. Then I called the sheriff’s office and said, I promise he’s there, go look for him.”

Albarran was discovered lurking in the shed beside the main house at his sister’s property. When he was first confronted by officers he claimed his name was Jose Rodriguez. Ana was critical of some of the police work over the manhunt. She said: “Pretty much we solved our own case. We would tell them, we know where he was. And they would say, we don’t want to know where he’s been, we want to know where he is.

And I’m thinking, where’s the investigation part? I almost found him myself four times. I’d give the cops information, they’d drive around and wouldn’t see him. “When I called the cops to say that my father was at Madeline’s residence I took Benadryl and went to sleep because I didn’t think they would get him.

Then an officer texted me at six in the morning and said, good job. So I rang and he said, you got him. And I’m screaming and sobbing, because I don’t have to spend my nights wondering if he’s hurting another child. “And we saw his first appearance and we thought, he is in jail right now because of us and the people who helped us.” The sisters received awards for their work with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office to secure their father’s arrest.