LFP man sentenced to 20 years in prison for raping 15 year old girl

Saturday, June 19, 2010


ELLEN M. BANNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES;  
Victor Casarez Sr. pauses while he speaks to King County Judge Mary Yu.


From the story by Sara Jean Green in the Seattle Times:

A 61-year-old Lake Forest Park man has been sentenced to more than 20 years in prison for raping and taking nude photographs of a 15-year-old girl who was lured to the home and drugged by his teenage son.

Victor Casarez Sr. will return to prison, where testimony and court documents show he has already spent much of his life.

The man's son, Victor Casarez Jr., now 19, received a six-month jail term, three times longer than the two-month sentence recommended by King County Deputy Prosecutor Val Rickey.

He had pleaded guilty to luring and fourth-degree assault.
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Yu ruled that Casarez Jr. will be allowed to attend school through a work-release program.
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Casarez Sr. was released from prison in September 2007 after serving just over 15 years for first-degree robbery. He moved in with his ex-wife and son, who was desperate for a relationship with his father, according to the attorneys involved in the case.

According to charging documents, Casarez Jr. told police he'd brought at least three other girls over to the house so his father could sexually assault them before the July rape of the 15-year-old. No other charges have been filed.

The original story appeared in The Seattle Times August 10, 2009:

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