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Moses Lake woman says she was raped at knife point

MOSES LAKE, Wash. - Right now a man is sitting in a Moses Lake jail cell after allegedly raping a woman.

On March 23rd at about 12:10 pm emergency dispatch received a call of an adult female standing in the middle of the intersection of Travis & Halsey in the northeast area of Moses Lake.

When deputies arrived on scene they found a 33-year old female dressed only in a T-shirt and wrapped in a bath towel.  The female told the deputies that she had just been raped at knife point while in her residence.  Grant County Fire District 5 responded with ambulance and transported the female to Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake.

 Deputies then entered the residence and tactically swept the inside of the residence for the suspect.  The suspect was not found.  Major Crimes detectives were summoned to assist patrol deputies and did interviews with the female victim at the hospital and gathered evidence at the crime scene and the hospital.

Information was developed from interviews with the victim, family members of the victim, and area neighborhood residents.  Mario Noyola, Jr., 31 of Moses Lake, was identified as the suspect who had entered the residence and who had raped the female while displaying a knife.  The female relative of Noyola had initially allowed him into her house when he told her he had been locked out of his house and needed somewhere to stay.

 With the assistance of the U.S. Marshal's office, Grant County major crimes detectives were able to secure a search warrant for electronic devices which eventually helped detectives in locating Noyola at a residence in the 1400 block of West Craig Street northeast of Moses Lake.  A contingency of Grant County deputies, officers with the Moses Lake Regional Tactical Response Team, and the U.S. Marshal's Office locked down the area around the Craig Street residence. Noyola will face charges of 1st Degree Rape & Incest 1st Degree.

 

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