A security passenger screener at Sea-Tac International Airport has been arrested for posting graphic videos of child rape on the internet.
Members of a special Seattle Police Department task force raided the Des Moines apartment of Ronald McNeill, 55, on Aug. 1.
They allegedly found hundreds of five-minute videos on McNeill's computer.After he was arrested at his post at the airport, McNeill reportedly admitted he had the pictures and movies on his computer.
Detective Trent Bergmann with the Seattle police's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force started investigating McNeill in early June after he allegedly posted several graphic videos on a website where it was free to download.
Robbery: July 22, 9600 15th Ave. S.W. - A man and his two sons entered a Bartell Drug Store around 9:55 a.m. After walking over to the display of batteries, the man and his sons took the batteries and when trying to leave the store assaulted the security officer.
Child Neglect: July 24, 11300 26th Ave. S. - A 3-year-old child was found in the parking lot of the River Heights Apartments saying, "Daddy's gone."
Animal attack: July 21, 23200 27th Ave. S. - While standing in their yards, three neighbors said they were charged by their neighbor's pitbull. They escaped into their houses where they called Animal Control.
Theft/Larceny: July 28, 19400 Des Moines Memorial Drive - After putting a check in the mailbox outside of her home, a 72-year-old woman heard her dog barking while she was working in the garage. When she looked out she noticed a car in front of her mailbox that sped away. The check had been taken from the mailbox.
Assault: Aug. 1, 21800 30th Ave. S. - After a woman signed him in at The Midway Casino, a man entered a blackjack tournament. He started drinking while playing cards. While winning about $500, he gave the woman $50 so she could keep playing. When she asked for more money he offered in return a ride home. But when pulling out of the parking lot, she went in the opposite direction, telling him that she needed to make a phone call. When they arrived at this address, four men came out of the house and started beating and kicking him. They stole his wallet that contained his ID card, passport and Social Security card.
Prostitution and Loitering: Aug. 9, 27000 Pacific Highway South - While walking northbound a 20-year-old woman dressed in a tight black top and white skin-tight pants was waving to male drivers. An officer driving in an unmarked car and wearing normal clothes pulled into a Safeway parking lot after she motioned to him. She got into the officer's car and asked if he was "the police." He replied no. She then looked around his car and discovered his blue and red emergency light. The officer then showed his badge and arrested her.
Developer Laurance D. Anthone with MA Quick Framing Inc. was arrested July 30 on a 2004 bench warrant to answer to charges of working as a contractor without a license and attempted third-degree theft.
Anthone has more than 12 lawsuits against him on fraud and breaches of contract.
He was released from jail the day after his arrest after posting the bond of $15,825.
Robbery, 1st Degree: July 28, 15200 Macadam Road - A 43-year-old victim was forced to take medication after two men broke into the home and stole money.
Possession Drug Paraphernalia: July 31, 14200 Tukwila International Boulevard - A man was verbally harassing customers at a local business. When police checked him he had a crack pipe. He then began kicking at the officers and was arrested on the scene.
Suspicious Persons: July 31, 13000 Tukwila International Boulevard - Two separate 9-1-1 calls reported gun shots in the area, nothing was located during the area check.
Compiled by Sara Loken