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Level III Sex Offender Changing Addresses in Mabton

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MABTON, WA - The Yakima County Sheriff's Office wants the public to know about a level three sex offender moving to a new residence in Mabton.

Last week, we told you that 25-year-old Mario Michael Rodriguez was moving to the 3200 block of East Euclid Road in Mabton. Now, Rodriguez is moving to the 5000 block of East Euclid Road.

Rodriguez is Hispanic, and has black hair and brown eyes. He also goes by the aliases Mario M. Rodriguez, Mario Michael Rodriguez and Mario Michel Rodriguez.

Rodriguez was convicted of first degree child molestation in December 2001 and third degree rape of a child in August 2010.

Rodriguez is not wanted by any law enforcement at this time.

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