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CAPTURED: DOC Officers arrest wanted Tri-Cities felon Toby Rocha in King County

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CAPTURED — Community Response Unit officers with the Department of Corrections arrested Toba Rocha on April 26th in King County.  Rocha was booked into the SCORE jail in Des Moines where he is being held without bail. He is WMW Capture #882.

After recently being released from prison, The Department of Corrections says convicted felon, Toby Rocha, has failed to report to officers — breaking probation on an assault conviction.

He has a nationwide warrant for his arrest.

He’s a High-Violent Offender who DOC officers say has 51 convictions:

  • 25 for Felony assaults on women and law enforcement, misdemeanor assaults with domestic violence, Violation of Protection Orders, Obstruction on Law Enforcement, Resisting Arrest and No Contact Order Violations with Domestic Violence Enhancements
  • 26 for Felony drug possession, property crimes, theft and multiple driving offenses

Officers think he may be hiding in King County, but has several ties to the Richland and Kennewick areas.

He’s known to use the fake names:

  • Travis
  • Michael
  • Lee
  • Mike/Michael Amescua/Ameschua

If you know where he’s hiding, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or use the P3 Tips App to submit your information. You’ll be in line for up to a $1,000 cash reward if your information submitted to Crime Stoppers leads to his arrest.