A Milwaukee man imprisoned for a terrorizing home invasion and sexual assault on the city's south side was found hanging in a cell at the Columbia Correctional Institution, authorities said Friday.
Prison staff brought down and unsuccessfully attempted to revive Julio Quiles-Guzman, 25, when he was found about 5 a.m., Thursday, according to a news release from the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
Initial results of an autopsy Friday indicate Quiles-Guzman committed suicide, according to the release.
In January, 2014 Quiles-Guzman was convicted of first-degree sexual assault/use of a dangerous weapon and robbery with the of threat of force for the June, 2013 home invasion on S. Muskego Ave., according to court records and a criminal complaint.
He was sentenced to 42 years in prison and 18 years of extended supervision, according to the records.
According to the complaint, he and two other men forced their way into a couple's home and bound them at gunpoint in front of their 4-year-old son.
The trio forced the woman to withdraw money from an ATM and sexually assaulted her multiple times before taking bank cards, electronics and other items, including the family's pet hamster, from the house, according to the complaint.
Jose A. Adames, 26, and Omar Rivera, 30, were convicted on similar charges in connection with the case, according to court records.
Adames was sentenced to 68 years in prison and 22 years of extended supervision; Rivera was sentenced to 20 years in prison and 11 years of extended supervision, according to the records. ..Source.. by Jesse Garza