Issaquah man charged with child rape

The defendant allegedly assaulted a 15-year-old girl.

King County prosecutors recently charged an Issaquah man with child rape.

Adolfo Perez-Rodriguez, 44, is being held at King County jail on $250,000 bail for one count of child rape in the third degree. He was charged March 20 in King County Superior Court after being arrested March 15.

Issaquah police responded to a residence on March 4 to a 15-year-old girl claiming she was assaulted by the defendant sometime between March 2-3.

In a followup interview with a forensic child investigator, the girl said Perez-Rodriguez woke her as she slept in a living room at around 1:30 a.m. According to charging documents, he touched her under her shirt.

The girl said she was shocked because he had never gone that far. In the past he had touched her inappropriately about three times — once while giving her a back massage when she was 12-13 years old.

The suspect then allegedly raped her. Although the teenager told him to stop she said he didn’t.

In charging documents, the interviewer states the victim appeared very sad and emotional about the incident and “it was obvious Adolfo’s actions had affected and upset her.”

The defendant was ordered not to have contact with the girl under a sexual assault protection order.

His arraignment is set for April 2.

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