Snohomish man who recently moved to Federal Way arrested for child rape, molestation

Snohomish man who recently moved to Federal Way arrested for child rape, molestation

The suspect was arrested at his place of employment in Puyallup on Jan. 30 and booked into Snohomomish County Jail.

The Snohomish County Violent Offender Task Force on Jan. 30 arrested a 42-year-old Snohomish man who had relocated to Federal Way for child rape.

The suspect was wanted for first and third-degree child rape, first-degree incest, three counts of child molestation and delivery of a controlled substance to a minor, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Special Investigation Unit detectives found the suspect had recently moved from his residence in Snohomish and relocated to Federal Way.

The task force arrested the suspect at his place of employment in Puyallup on Jan. 30 and booked him into Snohomomish County Jail.


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