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PCSO announces the outcome of an ICAC investigation

The Page County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) announced the outcome of a case involving the Northern Virginia Washington DC Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (NOVA-DC ICAC) investigation.

Page County Sheriff’s Office Deputies in conjunction with the NOVA-DC ICAC Task Force made an arrest on Feb.10 2021.

On Feb. 6, 2023 Juan Francisco Alejandro- Munoz was sentenced to life in prison after he pleaded guilty to sodomy by force on a child.

During sentencing Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Armanda Clymer argued that the life sentence be imposed due to the egregiousness of the offense.

Page County Sheriff Chad Cubbage commended everyone involved in the investigation and prosecutorial effort.

Cubbage also commended the Collins Center for playing a major role in this case and many other cases involving juveniles.

The Collins Center offers advocacy and compassionate and collaborative support to those affected by sexual harm.

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