KCSO: Sexual assault suspect in custody

Warrant was issued Sept. 4 for Christopher Deshawn Pharr on first-degree child molestation charge

Sexual assault suspect Christopher Deshawn Pharr was arrested Sept. 10 and is now in custody, according to the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office.

A Kitsap County Superior Court warrant was issued Sept. 4 for the arrest of Pharr on a charge of child molestation in the first degree with a bail of $150,000, according to a Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post.

The investigation involved a female juvenile and Pharr, who are known to each other, the post states.

Additionally, Pharr has an outstanding no-bail warrant issued by the Washington State Department of Corrections Sept. 3, for escape from community custody on an original conviction for assault in the fourth degree.

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