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Dem State Senator Arrested For Sexual Conduct With Minor In Arizona

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A Dem state Senator from Arizona has been arrested according to authorities and multiple media outlets for a heinous crime. Arizona state Sen. Tony Navarrete has been arrested for alleged sexual conduct with a minor in 2019 according to authorities.

Navarrete is a first-term Democrat from Phoenix. He was taken into custody Thursday. Police told local Phoenix media he was cuffed and stuffed over allegations he had sexual conduct with a minor in 2019. New reports are using the term molestation to describe what the disgraced lawmaker did.

Navarrete faces multiple counts of sexual conduct with the minor. He also faces other charges the police did not name but menacingly called “other crimes.”

Senate Democrats released a statement confirming the news that one of their members was arrested. 

“We are aware one of our members has been arrested and are awaiting further details and for law enforcement to do its job,” the statement said.

“We will not have further comment at this time.”

From Phoenix10:

Arizona State Senator Tony Navarrete has been arrested, according to Phoenix police.

Police officials say Navarrete, a Democrat, was arrested for sexual conduct with a minor that happened in 2019, among other crimes.

The Senate Democrats confirmed a member was arrested. They released a statement that read:

“We are aware one of our members has been arrested and are awaiting further details and for law enforcement to do its job. We will not have further comment at this time.”

No further information was made available about the arrest.

From Fox News:

Navarrete, 35, was elected as the state representative for Arizona’s 30th District in 2016, FOX 10 reported. He served one term before being elected to the state Senate in 2018.

He is also the deputy director of Promise Arizona, a community-based nonprofit, according to WPHO. 

The arrest comes just days after the vaccinated senator confirmed that he tested positive for COVID-19, which he deemed to be an inconvenience but “not a death sentence.”

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