Washington Fish and Wildlife staffer guilty of rape

Washington Fish and Wildlife staffer guilty of rape
The same would also likely apply to U.S. Court of Claims judges, U.S. magistrate judges and U.S. bankruptcy judges, a Congressional Research Service report noted.

A jury found a former top staffer at Washington’s Department of Fish and Wildlife guilty of rape and burglary. He was accused of raping a co-worker in 2014.

Gregory Schirato was found guilty Wednesday of second-degree rape and first-degree burglary in Thurston County Superior Court.

Prosecutors alleged the former agency division leader broke into the home of a co-worker after a holiday party and raped her while she slept. Schirato was arrested four months later.

Court documents show the victim went to a party on Dec. 17, 2014 and returned home intoxicated.
She said she woke up the next morning to find her clothes undone and a door window broken.
Investigators linked Schirato through DNA evidence.