Police arrested a man after they say he impregnated an 11-year-old girl near her elementary school.
In November 2018, investigators say the girl's mother believed she was in a relationship with 20-year-old Carlos Cobo-Perez. The girl stated he kissed her and gave her a "hickey" on her neck.
According to the police report, on May 17, the girl was taken to Phoenix Children's Hospital. She took a pregnancy test, which returned a positive result. She said Cobo-Perez got her pregnant.
Investigators say Carlos admitted to having sex with the girl in his car near her school.
Court paperwork states the parents provided a letter the victim stated Carlos gave her. In the letter, Cabo-Perez knew he could go to jail for having a relationship with the underage girl, but did not care.
Cobo-Perez was taken into custody at his home near 6th Street and Hatcher. He was later charged with aggravated assault and sexual conduct with a minor. He remains jailed on a $150,000 cash-only bond.
Police say Cobo-Perez is also an undocumented immigrant.
His next court date is May 28.