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.

On December 4, 2018, officers responded to a domestic violence call at a Beaverton apartment complex. Arriving officers met with a female victim who first made the call. She told investigators that Delarosa attacked her during an argument. The victim described how Delarosa grabbed her by the face and neck and pinned her to the bed. He then punched her multiple times in the face causing bruising and swelling to her cheek and head. She was also bleeding from her ear when officers first arrived.

Officers spoke to the victim at the scene and she provided details on several other instances of physical abuse at the hands of Delarosa over the span of nearly two years. The victim testified about these events in court, detailing one episode in which Delarosa became angry and threatened to use a knife to cut her face. He then told her if she ever called police to report him, he would carry out that threat.

The Washington County District Attorney’s Office would like to acknowledge Beaverton Police Officers Amanda Pickar, Josh Croissant and Michael Boliek for their work on this case.

Delarosa will be transferred to the Oregon Department of Corrections to serve his sentence.

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Stephen Mayer
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June 19, 2019