• HILLSBORO, Ore.- On July 30, 2019, Jaime Gonzalez was sentenced to 130 months in prison by Washington County Judge Danielle Hunsaker after he pleaded guilty to four counts of first-degree robbery. Over the past several months, Gonzalez’s accomplices-- Casandra Dempsey, Jamie David Lay, Jesse John Lieble, Emmanuel Rodriguez and Anthony Anacleto Ortega-- also entered guilty pleas for their roles in this home-invasion robbery and were sentenced for their crimes. Chief Deputy District Attorney Bracken McKey prosecuted these cases.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On July 26, 2019, a Washington County jury found Gabriel Moscote-Saavedra guilty of first-degree attempted rape, first-degree burglary and three counts of first-degree sex abuse. On October 2, 2019, Judge Janelle Wipper sentenced Moscote-Saavedra to 246 months in prison. This case was prosecuted by Chief Deputy District Attorney Bracken McKey.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On July 22, 2019, Washington County Judge Eric Butterfield sentenced Ulizes Escobar to 116 months in prison. The first 75 months of that sentence fall under Measure 11 sentencing guidelines. On July 19, 2019, Escobar pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter. This case was prosecuted by Senior Deputy District Attorney Andy Pulver.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On July 18, 2019, Judge Charles Bailey sentenced Juan Perales Jr. to 75 months in prison. On June 20, 2019, Perales was convicted on multiple charges including first-degree sexual abuse, fourth-degree assault constituting domestic violence, strangulation and menacing constituting domestic violence. The case was prosecuted by Senior Deputy District Attorney John Gerhard.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On July 10, 2019, Judge Ricardo Menchaca sentenced Todd Allan Wymer to 114 months in prison. He was also barred from having any contact with minors or his victim upon his release. Additionally, Judge Menchaca stipulated Wymer be subject to post-prison supervision for 20 years less time served upon his release with a recommendation to seek child sex abuse treatment and counseling. He must also register as a sex offender for life. 

      Wymer has been transferred to the Oregon Department of Corrections to serve his sentence.

      ***Original Press Release Below***

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On June 28th, 2019, a Washington County jury found Rondrae Devante Jefferson guilty of all charges brought against him. He was convicted of first-degree forcible rape, three counts of second-degree sex abuse and third-degree rape. The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Chris Lewman in Judge Andrew Erwin’s courtroom.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On July 1, 2019, Judge Ted Sims sentenced Justine Mims to 30 days in jail and three years of probation with ordered mental health treatment. Judge Sims also barred Mims from having any contact with her victims. On June 27, 2019, Mims was found guilty in a bench trial of second-degree trespass and misdemeanor stalking. The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Greg Brown.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On June 25, 2019, Judge Andrew Erwin sentenced Ruby Lavonne Bolton to 15 days in jail and five years of probation. Judge Erwin also ordered Bolton to pay $73,593.90 in compensatory fines and $17,307 in restitution, both to be paid to the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS). On May 8, 2019, Bolton was convicted of three counts of first-degree theft, three counts of unlawfully obtaining public assistance and three counts of unlawfully using supplemental nutritional assistance (SNAP). Deputy District Attorney Bik-Na Han prosecuted the case against Bolton.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On June 7, 2019, Judge Ted Sims sentenced Roberto Santiago Martinez, age 38, to 75 months in prison after he was convicted of first-degree sex abuse. The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Chris Lewman.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On June 18, 2019, Washington County Judge Ted Sims sentenced Anthony Michael Delarosa to five years in prison. He also ordered Delarosa to pay $800 in court-imposed fines. On June 12, 2019, Delarosa was convicted of all charges brought against him including two counts of Coercion, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Menacing Constituting Domestic Violence, Strangulation and Fourth-Degree Assault Constituting Domestic Violence. Deputy District Attorney Matt Lehman prosecuted the case against Delarosa.

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