For Immediate Release
February 13, 2024
Frederick Man To Serve Seven Years In Department of Corrections For 2nd Degree Rape of Minor
Frederick, Maryland – Yesterday, Administrative Judge, Richard Sandy, sentenced Jonatan Daniel Corado-Moscoso for the 2nd Degree Rape of a minor. The Defendant was sentenced to 20 years, suspending all but 7 years to serve in the Department of Corrections with credit for time served beginning 5.17.2022.
In January, 2022, the 12-year old victim ran away from home. When located by Frederick Police, the victim disclosed that the Defendant was sexually abusing her. A forensic investigation was conducted by Child Protective Services.
Upon release from incarceration, the defendant will be place on five years of supervised probation through COMET supervision with all standard conditions, plus special conditions to include submitting to drug and alcohol treatment, receiving a mental health evaluation and a psycho-sexual evaluation and complying with all treatment recommended, polygraph testing, and internet and GPS monitoring. He is ordered to have no contact with the victim or the victim’s immediate family and to have no unsupervised contact with any children under the age of 18. He is required to register as a Lifetime Tier III Sex Offender.
The arrest, investigation and conviction of the Defendant was a joint effort by the Frederick Police Department, Child Protective Services and the State’s Attorney’s Office. The state was represented by Assistant State’s Attorney, Erin Pearl.