Published August 12, 2018
SEATTLE — Already in Santa Fe, New Mexico jail, Redwolf Pope, a man who for years has claimed to American Indian, is now facing two counts of rape in Seattle, Washington. The King County Prosecutor’s Office confirms Pope will be arraigned in a King County court on August 23, 2018.
Pope, who also represented himself as an attorney-though has not passed the bar exam in the states of Washington or New Mexico, the two states he lived in prior to his arrest. Pope maintained two apartments: One in Santa Fe and one in Seattle’s Capitol Hill location.
Pope is currently jailed in Santa Fe being detained on a $500,000 bond. He was arrested last month in Phoenix being charged in Santa Fe with criminal sexual penetration in the 3rd degree, criminal sexual contact, aggravated battery, and false imprisonment.
The case against him involves both his apartments in Santa Fe, New Mexico and on Boylston Avenue in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
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