November 2, 2014 4:46 pm -

A former Beaverton, Oregon, police officer was found guilty of raping a 5-year-old girl with a pencil at his central Vancouver home last year.

Christopher Warren, 34, did not show emotion on Friday during the reading of the verdict on a charge of first-degree child rape. His wife and other family members and friends were in the courtroom’s public gallery, The Columbian reports.

[su_center_ad]Superior Court Judge Barbara Johnson remanded him into the custody of the Clark County Jail and he was escorted out of the courthouse.

The 6-year-old victim took the stand during the trial and testified that Warren inserted a pencil in her genital area.

She said the pencil felt “kind of weird, and it hurt for a second.”

During closing arguments, Byrd said that Warren’s ex-wife, Dina Sanchez, coached the little girl into making the allegations because she was bitter over Warren’s decision to divorce her and to be with another woman.

Warren had recently been engaged to the other woman, Meliah Colon, at the time the allegations were made.

“Just when your enemy is about to reap the reward of the pain he has inflicted on you — a new wife, a new family — that’s when you extract the planned revenge,” Byrd argued Thursday. “That’s exactly what happened here. Christopher Warren is innocent.”

Senior Deputy Prosecutor Camara Banfield said there was no evidence that the allegations were an act of revenge. She said the girl’s story remained consistent throughout the investigation, including when investigators interviewed her at Clark County Children’s Justice Center and when she met with her doctor.

Warren is no longer employed by the Beaverton Police Department.

He was twice terminated from the Beaverton force.

He was initially fired in 2011 after an internal investigation found that he had lied during a 2009 criminal investigation into allegations that he sexually abused a minor when he was 17, according to The Oregonian. Investigators concluded that there was probable cause to believe Warren committed the offenses, but he was not prosecuted because the alleged victim declined to cooperate, according to the newspaper. The jury in this week’s trial did not hear about those allegations.

Later Warren was reinstated to his job but was terminated again in August 2013 after he was indicted on charges of welfare fraud in Washington County, Oregon.

In February, Warren was found guilty of unlawfully obtaining food stamps and first-degree theft for seeking and accepting Oregon welfare benefits while he was a resident of Washington.[su_csky_ad]

Image: The Columbian

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9 responses to Former Oregon Cop Found Guilty Of Raping 5-Year-Old Girl

  1. Larry Schmitt November 2nd, 2014 at 5:01 pm

    He needs to go into the general population of the prison, so he finds out what happens to former cops who violate little girls. There are not enough evil things that can happen to this thing.

  2. StoneyCurtisll November 2nd, 2014 at 5:23 pm

    At least he wasn’t a ‘cop priest’..

  3. Par4thecourse November 2nd, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    1 main trial..guilty.. 1 appeal.. verdict upheld.. 24-48 hours later… no longer breathing. All child sex predators.

    • Larry Schmitt November 2nd, 2014 at 6:29 pm

      That’s too easy. He needs to suffer for a few years. Become somebody’s b*tch for a while. Find out what it’s like to be used the way he used that little girl.

      • Par4thecourse November 2nd, 2014 at 6:52 pm

        Okay..I am sure we could come up with some compromise for this.. paying private prisons $40g’s a year for a piece of scum, and the victims having to pay taxes for it is like a slap in the face.. so lets do this.. we have him stripped down wrist tied to a steel pole in the middle of a deer pen.. and let the bucks have their way with him for about a week or two.. until he asks to be put out of his misery…

        • Kick Frenzy November 2nd, 2014 at 8:04 pm

          It’s cheaper to keep someone in prison for life than it is to execute them.

          Jus sayin

          • Par4thecourse November 4th, 2014 at 5:12 pm

            Not unless one changes the law that would allow other alternatives when putting them down. Like tying one leg to one vehicle bumper and the other to another vehicle and both vehicles going in opposite direction, and enough rope that it will give the vehicles an opportunity to get up to 60+mph.. Or tied to his testicles and two legs.. then chum the coastal area for sharks with what is left. lol

  4. Khary A November 3rd, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    DAMMIT BLACK PEOPLE!! We’re trying to do something awesome right now…cut it out with the crazy stuff. a goddamn pencil?!?! for real? may you recieve 1001 crotch punches.

  5. Hass November 3rd, 2014 at 9:29 pm

    No one will go near him cause he’ll be put in protective custody. What a shame!