On Wednesday, police in Phoenix, Arizona told news sources that they had identified and arrested a man that had been wanted for two criminal offenses: kidnapping and sexual assault. Officers say that they worked closely with the FBI as well as U.S. Marshals to locate and detain the suspect who was accused of assaulting a woman by knifepoint while on an Indian Reservation.
After the arrest, law enforcement agents told reporters that police in the state of Arizona would continue to collaborate with federal agencies to find and arrest offenders who are wanted for serious criminal offenses, such as sex crimes. Agents said that crimes would not be tolerated by authorities in the state and that police departments are committed to reducing incidences of
violent crimes to keep the community safe.
If you were accused of committing a sex crime in Phoenix, now is the right time to contact a Phoenix sex crime lawyer from our firm who can help you contest charges should they be pressed. During this difficult time, having a legal advocate on your side can make a difference in the outcome of your case.