Joshua Wadsworth Wanted for Allegedly Assaulting Pregnant Woman
King County Sheriff’s deputies are asking for your help to find this convicted felon who is accused of kicking a woman in the stomach who was 8 1/2 months pregnant.
Detectives say 29-year-old Joshua Wadsworth assaulted the mother for hours as he held her hostage inside his home in SeaTac last November.
“He kept her against her will inside that home overnight, repeatedly beating her every time she attempted to leave. The next morning, now the day before Thanksgiving, she’s able to flee, goes to a neighbor’s home where she’s able to call 911. I’m just deeply troubled that a woman would sustain this abuse overnight. We need to absolutely get him in custody,” said King County Sheriff’s Sgt. Tim Meyer.
Deputies say the baby was not injured and was born healthy despite the attack. He’s wanted for Unlawful Imprisonment-Domestic Violence and 4th Degree Assault-Domestic Violence.
He also has a warrant for his arrest in Puyallup for theft.
He has more than a dozen convictions on his rap sheet, including multiple domestic violence court order violations, assault, vehicular assault, theft, auto theft and resisting arrest.
Detectives say he drives a black van and is probably hiding in the south King County area.
He’ has lived in Lynnwood though so keep an eye out for him in Snohomish County as well.
Wadsworth is 5’06”, 160 pounds and has a tattoo on his left shoulder.
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