Police warn of sex offender living in Warm Beach

WARM BEACH — Police are warning neighbors about a convicted sex offender who has moved to the 8300 block of 184th Street NW, near Warm Beach.

Jonathan Collins Wienker, 30, is a Level 3 offender, the level deemed most likely to re-offend.

He has convictions for first-degree child rape and first-degree child molestation from 2000, and a later conviction for communication with a minor for immoral purposes.

Wienker’s convictions involved victims who were boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 14.

He is described as white, about 5-foot-7 and 180 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.

For more information, contact the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

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