A previously deported illegal alien Uber driver is accused of raping four women, three of whom were allegedly intoxicated when he assaulted them, prosecutors say. Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez, a 39-year-old illegal alien from Mexico living in San Luis Obispo, California, has been charged with raping and robbing four women while he was driving for the ride-sharing company Uber, according to the Daily Mail. San Luis Obispo County District Attorney Dan Dow told the media that Nunez’s alleged rape victims are between the ages of 19-years-old and 22-years-old, with three of them being intoxicated from alcohol when he allegedly robbed and raped them. Dow said the illegal alien would target women leaving parties while he was on duty as an Uber driver. The illegal alien would allegedly go back to the women’s homes where he would rape them and rob them, prosecutors say. Nunez is facing 10 charges for the rape, assault and robbery accusations. In 2005, Nunez was deported from New Mexico back to his native Mexico. Between 2005 and 2017, he re-entered the U.S. illegally again. The state of California is considered a “sanctuary state,” as it prevents businesses and statewide public officials and offices from cooperating with federal immigration officials to help deport criminal illegal aliens. Instead, the state acts as a safe-haven for criminal illegal aliens.