A Seatac man convicted of attempted second-degree assault, fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation and communication with a minor for immoral purposes for allegedly molesting two teenage girls in Lewis County in 2019 has been sentenced to 67.5 days in jail, with credit for 10 days already served, and 364 days suspended.
The sentence means he can serve three years on probation instead of serving the additional jail time.
Pouli Mamea, 49, was initially charged with first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor and fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation in April 2019, stemming from incidents between February and March 2019 when Mamea is accused of repeatedly sexually touching two teenage girls in his care, and allegedly also sexually touching a third girl, who is not named in this case.
Mamea’s conditions of release prohibit him from contacting the victims, and he is required to obtain a sexual deviancy evaluation.
If he breaks his conditions of release, Mamea will be re-arrested and required to serve the entirety of his suspended sentence. The court has issued sexual assault protection orders for the victims, which are in effect for five years.
Mamea pleaded guilty through an Alford plea, meaning doesn’t admit guilt but agrees the evidence would likely lead to a guilty verdict.