CAPTURED: Tip leads Western District of Washington Fugitive Task Force to accused child molester

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CAPTURED: Mynor Escobar-Mejia

CAPTURE UPDATE March 9, 2018 —
The U.S. Marshals Service says an anonymous tip led The Western District of Washington Fugitive Task Force to accused child molester, Mynor Escobar-Mejia, in Federal Way on Thursday. The task force located him driving a vehicle. They stopped it, ordered him out and arrested him without incident.

He’s charged with Molestation of a Minor in the 1st Degree, after Issaquah Police say the 25-year-old molested a child he was babysitting.  After he was confronted in 2017 about the incident, police say Escobar-Mejia disappeared and has eluded law enforcement.

He was recently added to the task force’s Top Ten Most Wanted list.

Acting U.S. Marshal Jacob Green said, “Our Top Ten Most Wanted list was created in an effort to arrest the most violent offenders within our community. With help from the public, we were able to arrest Escobar-Mejia and bring closure to the victims of this terrible crime.”

He is WMW Capture #971.

 

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WANTED IN KING COUNTY March 7, 2018 —
The U.S. Marshals led Western District of Washington Fugitive Task Force is asking for your help to find accused child molester Mynor Escobar-Mejia.  Prosecutors have charged the 25-year-old with Molestation of a Minor in the 1st Degree.  Issaquah Police say the 25-year-old molested a child he was babysitting.  After he was confronted in 2017 about the incident, Escobar-Mejia disappeared and has eluded law enforcement.

He is 5’05”, 150 pounds with brown eyes and black hair.

Escobar-Meijia is known to frequent the El Pique Nightclub in Auburn.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or use theP3 Tips App on your smart phone.  You can also call the U.S. Marshals at (206) 370-8600 during business hours. On evenings and weekends, call (206) 370-8690.

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