When arrested after the girl didn’t show up to a park, Beach claimed he planned to advise the runaway to go home and really was there to meet a friend. Gulchuk, 35, of Kennewick, allegedly discussed in detail having sex with a 13-year-old girl.He was arrested in a traffic stop after driving around the complex for several minutes and leaving.Prosecutors allege he told a girl he wanted to be her daddy for a night.Beach told the girl he was OK with her young age, that he was hoping to have sex with her and her friend and that it all sounded too good to be true, court documents said.The multi-agency effort was led by the Washington State Patrol’s Missing and Exploited Children Task Force.Over the five-day operation, 45 local, state and federal law enforcement officers and prosecutors participated.
Another claimed it was too good to be true to be meeting up with a 13-year-old girl, and later told police he only showed up so he could tell the runaway to go back home.Contreras Salgado said he had been working a minimum-wage job and was helping out his parents, who are retired. He told the runaway to go home and get off Craigslist, but kept chatting with her and eventually said he wanted to play, documents said.He allegedly said he wanted to teach the girl “lots of things sexually.” Doty has a lengthy criminal history including a hit-and-run, theft and a violation of a domestic violence no-contact order. Ali Almafoodh, 35, of Kennewick, responded to a 13-year-old girl looking for an “older daddy,” court documents said. Escobedo, 20, of Kennewick, allegedly placed an ad offering his home to “ladys,” adding that he hoped to also have a little fun. Schouviller, 31, of Pasco, sent a picture of himself in response to an ad from a girl wanting an older daddy, documents said.Garcia said Thursday that he lives in Pullman and needs to travel across Eastern Washington.His bail is ,000 because he has a prior residential burglary conviction.Prosecutors said their standard range without any history is four years and 10 months to six years. Perez, 45, of Pasco, expressed concern in his early chats that the 13-year-old girl was a cop, but then agreed to pay for a sex act, court documents said. Hagerty, 42, of Kennewick, allegedly replied to an ad by a 13-year-old boy who wanted to play while his mom was away.