MARTINSBURG, W.Va.—A man wanted by the West Virginia State Police on six counts of sexual abuse of a minor was arrested last month by members of the Mountain State Fugitive Task force, a deputy U.S. Marshal announced Friday.
Donald Freedman Graham, 29, of Kearneysville, W.Va., was arrested Feb. 27 after task force members converged on a mobile home where he was located, according to a news release from deputy U.S. Marshal Jon LaLiberte.
The case pending against Graham was investigated by State Police Trooper W.R. Garrett and LaLiberte said in the news that additional victims were identified and interviewed after the man’s arrest.
Graham was being held in Eastern Regional Jail Friday awaiting trial, according to the news release and jail records.
The Mountain State Fugitive Task Force agencies present during the arrest were the U.S. Marshals Service and West Virginia State Police. Anyone with information pertaining to Graham can contact Trooper Garrett at 304-725-9779.