Virginia Butt Slasher Arrested in Peru

Beware strange men in the Forever 21.

Johnny Guillen Pimentel (Fairfax County Police)

Butt owners along the East Coast can breathe a little easier today. Interpol Peru is reporting that alleged “butt cutter” Johnny D. Guillen Pimentel, age 40, was arrested Friday in Lima.

US authorities have been seeking Guillen for a series of attacks between February and July of last year in Fairfax County, Virginia. Police there say Guillen would distract a victim–often while shopping–then slash their buttocks. In one attack at a Forever 21 in late July, police took a report from a woman with an inch and a half long wound on her butt.

The butt slasher may have assaulted as many as 13 women before leaving the country, prompting local police to create an internal task force to track him down and place extra uniformed personnel in malls and stores throughout the county. reports that Guillen was able to leave the U.S. last year even though his passport was expired.


Virginia Butt Slasher Arrested in Peru