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Friday, December 10, 2010

[WA] Even MORE incidents surfacing on Yakima County Sheriff's Deputy Sean Moore

...During a court hearing in November, county prosecutor Jim Hagarty mentioned that reports of other incidents involving Moore had surfaced...

WITNESS IN DEPUTY CASE SEEKS ANTI-HARASSMENT ORDER
Yakima Herald-Republic
by Mark Morey
December 09, 2010
[Excerpts] A Yakima County sheriff's dispatcher is seeking an anti-harassment order against Deputy Sean Moore, who she says tried to contact her from jail. In filing for the court order, dispatcher Holly Davis wrote that she is a witness in the criminal case against Moore, who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at her Selah home while he was on duty in October... A judge on Tuesday granted a temporary order in the meantime... The two had what Sheriff Ken Irwin described as a "brief relationship"... In the request for a no-contact order, Davis said she had blocked jail calls but continued to receive calls from others on Moore's behalf. The others were not identified. "He also is sending letters from the jail after I had told him not to contact me"... During a court hearing in November, county prosecutor Jim Hagarty mentioned that reports of other incidents involving Moore had surfaced, including one in which he reportedly threatened another person... [Full article here]

Previous post:
[WA] Yakima Co. Deputy Moore, accused of being an armed, violent, terroristic domestic sex perp monster by night, is supported by his fellow cops
- ...The charges include first-degree assault, first-degree burglary, first-degree rape, all with a domestic violence enhancement, and a fourth charge of second-degree assault... She is a person the deputy knows well. And that woman claims Deputy Moore held a gun to her head, punched her in the face, and sexually assaulted her... The report said Moore pointed his duty pistol at her and asked the friend, "How would you like to see her die?"... If that wasn't bad enough, she says he was wearing his uniform, and was on duty... More than a half-dozen sheriff's deputies and Yakima police officers sat in the gallery during the [preliminary] hearing... they came to show support for Moore... Court records reviewed Friday showed that the woman Moore is accused of attacking obtained a temporary protection order against him in 1995. The woman alleged that Moore kicked her car when she tried to leave and had repeatedly assaulted her, among other incidents... Sheriff Ken Irwin said the protection order should have surfaced during Moore's background investigation before he was hired in 2003. But he said he had been out of the office and had not had a chance to review the deputy's personnel file. "I can't guarantee that that was addressed," he said... [Irwin] did not immediately recall whether the 1995 allegations were discussed with the woman...
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1 comment:

  1. Now that all judges have recused them selfs from this case what happens in a miss trial. One more thing the victims in this case will have to worry about. It sounds as though Yakima County is good at sweeping anything under the rug in hopes it will go away. This is a great example for our County of what should have happened during elections.

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