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Ex Colville Police Officer Arrested For Child Rape In Chelan County

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Sheriff Brian Burnett reports Chelan County Detectives arrested a 43 year old Colville man for Rape of a Child 1st degree. Sheriff Brian Burnett reports Chelan County Detectives arrested a 43 year old Colville man for Rape of a Child 1st degree.
CHELAN COUNTY, Wash. - An Ex Colville police officer has been arrested for 1st Degree Rape of a Child in Chelan County.

Last month, Chelan County Detectives received information from a school counselor about a sexual assault of a student. Investigators learned the suspect in the assault was 43-year-old Scott Arms, who was living part time between Colville and Wenatchee. Through their investigation, detectives developed probable cause to arrest Arms, and did so at a home in Douglas County.

Arms submitted a letter of resignation to the Colville Police Department which was accepted on April 30th. Initially Arms was booked into the Chelan County Jail but he has since been released.

This story is developing, and we are working obtaining additional information. We will update this story as soon as we know more. 
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