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Kirkland man found guilty of attempting to rape girlfriend’s 9-year-old daughter
A Kirkland man caught attempting to arrange to rape his girlfriend’s daughter during a police sting last year, was found guilty of the crime on Oct. 9 in King County Superior Court.
A jury found 37-year-old Ryan D. Firoved, a previously convicted child rapist, guilty of first-degree attempted child rape. His sentencing is set for 10 a.m. Nov. 1 before Judge Douglass North at King County Superior Court.
Firoved was arrested on July 5, 2012 when he went to the Baymont Inn in Kirkland expecting to meet his girlfriend and her 9-year-old daughter for a sexual encounter. The woman’s daughter was not at the hotel at the time and the mother was cooperating with the sting, according to police records.
Firoved told his girlfriend that he wanted to have sexual contact with her daughter in phone calls that the Kirkland police recorded, court documents state.
His girlfriend told Kirkland police in June 2012 about the conversations she had with Firoved about sexual encounters he told her about involving himself and minors, one as young as 8-years-old, the documents continue.
Firoved then told his girlfriend that he would like to have sex with her daughter. Officers reviewed text messages that confirmed his desire to have sex with the woman’s daughter.
Seattle police informed Kirkland detectives that they had also investigated Firoved in 1999, when he was convicted of raping a 14-year-old who he met online.
In the recent case, Kirkland police recorded a phone call wherein the Kirkland man stated he wanted to have sexual contact with the woman’s daughter. They also recorded a phone call of the couple setting up the meeting at the Baymont Inn with the woman’s daughter.
When Firoved arrived at the room, detectives arrested him after he attempted to flee.
He is currently being held in the King County Jail on $300,000 bail.