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Robert Jackson Sexually Assaults 10 Year Old Girl

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Robert Jackson is a man from Oregon who was convicted in breaking into the room of a ten year old girl who was sexually assaulted and had her throat cut. According to court documents Robert Jackson would break into the home through a window, go to the little girl’s room where she was sexually assaulted and her throat was cut. The little girl would scream and her father rushed into the room and Robert Jackson would flee. Thankfully the little girl survived. Robert Jackson who was already on the sex offender list in Oregon would be arrested months later after his DNA would tie him to the crime scene. Robert Jackson would be convicted of one count each of attempted murder, first-degree assault, first-degree sexual abuse, first-degree attempted sodomy, and first-degree burglary. Robert Jackson was sentenced to twenty five years in prison

Robert Jackson 2022 Information

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Offender Name:Jackson, Robert Wade
Age:24DOB:10/1997Location:Coffee Creek Intake Center
Gender:MaleRace:White Or European OriginStatus:AIC
Height:5′ 10”Hair:BrownInstitution Admission Date:02/17/2022
Weight:190 lbsEyes:BrownEarliest Release Date:02/28/2043

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A 20-year-old man sought by police since July when he allegedly climbed through the bedroom window of a 10-year-old Beaverton girl and cut her neck while attempting to sexually assault her was arrested Tuesday in Washington.

Robert Jackson was indicted the day before by a Washington County grand jury for the July 29 break-in and attack in the 13700 block of Southwest 6th Street. He was arrested on an outstanding warrant in Auburn, Washington, where he has relatives, said Officer Jeremy Shaw, a Beaverton police spokesman.

Robert Jackson remained held Wednesday in the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent, Washington on a fugitive hold. He is accused in Oregon of attempted aggravated murder, first-degree assault, first-degree attempted rape, first-degree attempted sodomy, first-degree sexual abuse, first-degree attempted sexual abuse, first-degree burglary, unlawful use of a weapon and coercion.

The 10-year-old survived the attack, Shaw said.

The girl was asleep in her room on the first floor when Jackson went through her open window and its screen, Shaw said. She awoke, began fighting Robert Jackson off and screamed for her parents, according to Shaw.

Jackson had a multi-tool with a blade and cut the girl during the attack, the police spokesman said. The girl’s father came into the room and Jackson fled through the window, leaving the multi-tool behind.

DNA found in the room was linked to Jackson in October, Shaw said. The officer also said Jackson is suspected of having suspicious contact with a woman around the time of the July attack and was living at the Stone Creek Apartments in 5000 block of Southwest Murray Boulevard at the time.

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A Beaverton man who faced charges of burglary, assault and attempted murder has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.

Court documents say Robert Wade Jackson, 24, broke into an apartment in his complex and snuck into the room of an underage girl on July 29, 2018. Investigators say Jackson kissed the girl on the lips and held a knife up to her throat, cutting her neck when she struggled. The victim yelled and her father came rushing into the room.

Jackson dropped the knife as he fled, which investigators used to tie Jackson to the crime.

A DNA analysis by the Oregon State Police Crime Lab matched the knife to Jackson, who is a registered sex offender.

Jackson fled the state to Washington but was arrested by Auburn police on Nov. 6, 2018.

He initially pleaded not guilty to all charges but amended his plea to guilty on Wednesday, Feb. 16, of attempting to commit murder, first-degree assault, first-degree burglary, first-degree sexual abuse, and attempting to commit a Class A felony.

Jackson was sentenced to 25 years in prison by Washington County Circuit Court Judge Oscar Garcia.

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