FUGITIVE CAPTURED May 29, 2018 —
The King County Sheriff’s Office says Washington’s Most Wanted viewer tips to Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound led to the arrest of wanted sex offender George Millard on Tuesday.
“We got a lot of good tips on this one. Detectives were really happy. One of the Crime Stoppers tips told us that he was at the Union Gospel Mission in Seattle. Seattle Police were called and they went there and they found him and arrested him without incident,” said King County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ryan Abbott.
Millard is WMW Capture #993 thanks to tips from our viewers.
FUGITIVE WANTED IN KING COUNTY May 25, 2018
A real-life monster from Michigan is wanted in King County.
Convicted child predator, George Millard, sexually assaulted two girls for several years in the Midwest state.
He was convicted of Criminal Sexual Conduct.
He’s since moved to Washington state where he’s failing to register as a sex offender in King County.
“He also has a Department of Corrections warrant for Escape Community Custody, so not only is he not registering as a sex offender and we don’t know where he’s at, but he’s also wanted on a DOC Escape warrant, because he’s not checking with a probation officer either, so he is a sex offender from Michigan, but when you move to Washington state you still need to register, as well, so and he’s not doing that. He’s not following protocol and he’s not following the rules and for safety reasons we want to know where all the sex offenders are at, that’s required by the court, required by law and he’s not following that law,” says King County Sgt. Ryan Abbott.
Millard has been been busted for failing to register several times before. He’s also been convicted of false imprisonment in Snohomish County.
George Millard is 33 years old, 5’7” and weighs 160 pounds.
Detectives say he’s known to hangout in the Shoreline/north King County/south Snohomish County area and has been couch-surfing and stealing from those letting him into their home.
If you know where he’s hiding, call the hot line at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477), or use the P3 Tips App to submit your information to Crime Stoppers.