Mom 'finds her boyfriend naked in bed with her daughter, 7, and mows him down with her car when he tries to flee'

A MOM hit her boyfriend with her car after finding him naked in bed with her seven-year-old daughter, according to police.

The man was arrested and faces aggravated sexual assault of a child charges stemming from the August 2021 incident, authorities say.


At around 1am on August 8, 2021, a woman called police claiming her boyfriend was in bed with her seven-year-old daughter, according to police reports.

The man's name is listed in the police report as Delmer Orlando Ortiz Licona. However, his name is listed as Orlando Delmer-Ortiz in the Lubbock County, Texas Detention Center.

The police reports say that the woman told 911 that she needed an officer sent to her home. She reportedly started yelling during the call: "What are you doing to her?”

She then told dispatch: “I just found my man … whoever lives with me, naked in the bed with my daughter," NBC-affiliate KCBD reports.

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“Please hurry, he’s running away, please hurry,” the woman continued.

The dispatcher then asked if the man was the woman's boyfriend.

“He’s supposed to be, but you hurry up or I’m going to kill him. I’m going to f**king kill him," the woman reportedly said.

The woman continued to beg for police to hurry while on the phone with the dispatcher, according to KCBD.

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The dispatcher then heard the woman tell a child to get into a car.

When the dispatcher asked if the child was OK, the woman replied, “Yes, I got home just on time.”

The woman then reportedly told the dispatcher that she was following the man in her car.

Then, the dispatcher said they heard a sound like something, or someone, was hit before a young girl started crying.

“Please get an ambulance," the dispatcher was told.

The dispatcher asked why, and the woman reportedly said that the man jumped in front of her vehicle.

"Yes, he jumped right in front of my car, he jumped right in front of my car, sir."

The call between the dispatcher and the woman then ended. The dispatcher tried to call the woman back multiple times, but she did not answer, according to the report.

Local media outlets indicate that investigators were not assigned to the case until March 2022.

In April, police got a hold of Licona by phone, local ABC affiliate KAMC reported.

He reportedly told an investigator that he was innocent and did nothing wrong but did not show up to scheduled meetings with police.

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A warrant was issued for his arrest on May 3 and Licona was booked into the Lubbock County Detention Center, authorities said.

He was being held without bond.

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