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ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI -- A 27-year-old man faces multiple charges after authorities claim he sexually abused young children and made por...


sabato 1 luglio 2017


A Mendota man has been arrested for sexual abuse and misconduct against two children under the ages of 13.

Mendota Police say 51 year-old Clayton Wood of Milwaukee Ave. in Mendota was charged Thursday afternoon on a two count felony arrest warrant for Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse.

Police say officers arrested Wood around 1:50 p.m. Information on when the sexual incidents occurred was not given.
Clayton Wood was transported to the Mendota Police Department and was then taken to the LaSalle County jail where he is being held on a $75,000 bond.
Mendota Police say the arrest was made in cooperation with the LaSalle County State's Attorney's Office, the Department of Children and Family Services, LaSalle County Child Advocacy Center and the criminal investigations unit of the Mendota Police Department.
ABILENE, Texas - Abilene police arrested a man for continuous sexual abuse of a child after his alleged victim, a 13-year-old girl, tried to kill herself.

Hung Duy Pham, 47, was arrested Thursday. His bond was set at $100,000. According to Taylor County Jail records, Pham is from Lanett, Alabama.

According to the indictment, the investigation began in Jan. 2014 when Pham’s victim texted her boyfriend that she had taken a large amount of pills. She was rushed to Abilene Regional Medical Center.

The girl told police she had been sexually abused by Pham for the last six years.

In addition to the attempted suicide, the girl had a habit of cutting herself as a result of the sexual abuse.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — A Grand Forks man awaiting trial in Minnesota on two counts of sexual assault on children was charged with four similar counts in North Dakota this week.
The new charges came after local prosecutors asked the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation to reopen a case investigating accusations from 2009 and 2010.
George Robert Lyons, 36, faces four counts of gross sexual imposition, three which are considered Class AA felonies — the state's most severe level — and punishable with life in prison.
Lyons is accused of giving a 13-year-old sleeping pills, sexually assaulting and taking photos of the victim in March 2009 in Arvilla, N.D. That case was reported to Grand Forks Social Services, court documents state.
In February 2010 the victim reported to Red River Children's Advocacy Center that Lyons committed similar abuses, including drugging and sexual assault that occurred throughout 2009 and 2010 at residences in Arvilla and Grand Forks.
In January 2010 the victim also reported that Lyons forcefully assaulted the victim when she was 14 years old.
The charges come after an investigation from the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, which began in January 2016 after the Grand Forks County State's Attorney's Office requested BCI reopen a child sexual abuse case first reported to authorities in 2009.

Grand Forks man charged with sexually assaulting child Andrew Hazzard 

A Jackson man was charged Thursday in connection to reports of sexual abuse involving minors.
Paul Clark Jr., 30, of Dicks Street in Jackson, is charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct with a minor under 11 years of age and two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor, according to jail records.
Deputies with the Aiken County Sheriff's Office met with a woman on Feb. 9 who claimed the suspect had sexually assaulted a juvenile between 2008 and 2010, according to the incident report.
The woman said the victim came to her and told her about the situation, the report states.
The victim claimed she was sexually abused at different locations, which included a location in Edgefield County, according to the report.
Following an investigation, Clark was arrested Thursday and taken to the Aiken County detention center.

ST. GEORGE — A 40-year-old St. George man has been arrested for alleged aggravated sexual abuse of a 5-year-old girl.
The Division of Child and Family Services received a report that the 5-year-old St. George girl had disclosed details of suspected sexual abuse by a man identified as Warren Leonard Black, according to a probable cause statement filed by the St. George Police Department in support of the arrest.
The 5-year-old girl was subsequently interviewed Tuesday at the Children’s Justice Center in St. George where she described incidents of sexual abuse that had allegedly occurred on multiple occasions, the report stated.
“The child was able to provide consistent details of the abuse,” the arresting officer wrote in a sworn statement.
Police spoke with Black, who “refused to make any statements without his attorney present,” the report stated.
Black was arrested Tuesday and transported to the Washington County Purgatory Correctional Facility.
The Washington County Attorney’s Office filed an information in 5th District Court accusing Black of two first-degree felony counts of aggravated sex abuse of a child.
Black was released from police custody on bail pending trial. He appeared before 5th District Judge Jeffrey Wilcox Thursday for his initial court appearance.
In May 2015, Black was arrested on a class A misdemeanor count of sexual battery for unlawful sexual contact with a 16-year-old in St. George on at least two occasions in 2013, according to Utah court documents. He entered a no contest plea to the charge in June 2016.

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David Ray McGee, 49, from Wallis, will spend life in prison without parole for aggravated sexual assault of a child under 6.
District Judge Jeff Steinhauser handed down the harshest possible punishment. McGee will also pay a $10,000 fine for the sexual assault charge and another $10,000 fine for the indecency charge

McGee pleaded guilty to indecency with a child which carries a punishment range of 25 years to life with no eligibility for parole. Indecency with a child carries a sentence range of 2 to 20 years in prison.
First District Attorney Brandy Robinson presented evidence that McGee and the 5-year-old-victim’s mother conspired to sexually assault the child several times at McGee’s Wallis home.
Evidence showed that over a period of months McGee abused the child sexually over a period of months, requested dozens of child pornography videos of the victim’s abuse and sent text messages about the illegal activities. The punishment evidence included videos of McGee abusing the child.
Detective Timothy Ramirez of the Victoria Police Department performed an in-depth cell phone analysis and discovered additional evidence incriminating McGee. The Attorney General’s Office referred the case to Fort Bend District Attorney Investigator Bruce Moats who works on a regional internet crimes against children task force that covers Austin County.
Moats, along with Wallis Police Chief David Moseley and federal officers executed the arrest and search warrants at McGee’s home and recovered additional evidence. 

McGee sentenced to life in prison June 30, 2017

A Sparkill man was arrested this week on a pair of child sex charges in New Jersey.
Orangetown police arrested Erik Johnson, 49, on Wednesday as part of an investigation with the Union County Prosecutor's Office.
Johnson faces New Jersey charges of distributing one or more images depicting the sexual exploitation or abuse of a child, and knowingly engaging in sexual conduct which would impair or debauch the morals of a child.
Johnson is accused of sharing the sexual image on Feb. 25 in Plainfield, N.J., according to the criminal complaint filed in court. He is also accused of sexual conduct with an undercover police officer who posed as a 13-year-old girl between March 6 and March 23.
Johnson was arraigned in Orangetown Town Court and taken to the Rockland County jail, pending extradition to New Jersey.

COURTHOUSE >> An Upper Providence man already serving a life sentence in federal prison for distributing child porn has been sentenced to additional jail time on other charges he had sexual contact with three teenage boys, including one in Limerick, who he met on a social networking site.
Matthew D. Krapf, 47, formerly of the 100 block of Larchwood Court, was sentenced in Montgomery County Court to 15 to 30 years in state prison on charges of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and corruption of a minor in connection with his contact with the teenagers between May and November 2013.
Judge Thomas P. Rogers said the sentence will run consecutively to the life term Krapf received in May 2015 from a federal judge after he pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to charges of using or inducing a child to pose for child pornography, use of an interstate commerce facility to entice a minor to engage in sexual contact, distribution of child pornography, and possession of child pornography.
Assistant District Attorney M. Stewart Ryan sought the consecutive prison time, over and above the federal life sentence, against Krapf.
“The defendant had a lengthy history of sexual abuse of young boys,” said Ryan, who characterized Krapf as an online predator. “He would meet these children through various social media applications…and used these methods to groom, meet and ultimately abuse children. They ranged from Internet chat rooms all the way through to modern cellphone applications like Jack’d.”
Ryan said the consecutive prison time is significant because in the event Krapf appeals his federal sentence and the life term is reduced or if he is pardoned, then he would still have to serve the 15-to 30-year state sentence.
“Those two scenarios are very unlikely. But the consecutive time reflects the seriousness of the case but also means that in the event the defendant’s federal sentence is somehow changed he’ll still have a lengthy period of incarceration in Pennsylvania to serve,” said Ryan.
Krapf, who also once listed an address in the 1300 block of Skippack Pike in Blue Bell, was one of six men charged by federal and county authorities in April 2014 with having inappropriate contact with a 14-year-old Limerick boy. Federal authorities handled primarily the cases that involved child pornography and the creation or sharing of it. County prosecutors handled charges that involved direct physical contact.
The investigation began after the parents of the teenage boy notified Limerick police in October 2013 that they had discovered inappropriate online communications between their son and several adult males, according to authorities. Court documents indicate the men communicated with the boy through various social networking sites.
Krapf, according to a criminal complaint, traveled to Limerick to meet the boy and engage in sex acts. During one meeting, Krapf brought another 17-year-old boy with him for the purpose of all three having sexual contact, which Krapf videotaped and photographed and then transmitted to others over the Internet, authorities alleged.
County detectives eventually posed as the Limerick teen online and arrested Krapf Nov. 2, 2013, when he showed up for what he believed was to be a meeting with the boy, according to the arrest affidavit.
When agents seized Krapf’s computers, cell phones, and collection of DVDs and CDs, a forensic exam uncovered more than 2 million images of child pornography, including more than 100 videos that the defendant manufactured of the victims, federal authorities alleged. Krapf’s collection was believed to be the largest ever seized in the federal court’s Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Ryan said the case highlights the dangers children face when communicating with strangers online.
Parents need to understand they need to monitor their children’s presence on social media because whether it’s something as awful as the facts of this case or something far less serious, people are out on the Internet and using that as a tool to abuse children in various forms,” Ryan said. “Talk to your children about what they can and most importantly, cannot do, on social media, to protect them.”
Ryan said the case also sends a message to those who prey on children online.
Nothing is ever anonymous and law enforcement is constantly on the search for people that choose to abuse children, and sadly there are many,” Ryan said.
The arrests of the men, which began in November 2013, were the result of a joint investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s Office, county detectives, Limerick police and members of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations Unit.

Upper Providence child predator, already serving life, earns more prison time Carl Hessler Jr., 06/30/17

A former WA Department of Child Protection employee accused of sexually assaulting two girls and a boy at group homes he worked at has appeared briefly in court.
Stephen John Gale, 59, abused the children, who were aged between eight and 10, while working at the Doubleview Group Home and Darlington Hostel between 1998 and 2000.
He faced the Midland Magistrates Court on Friday, charged with nine counts of sexual penetration of a child under 13, and five counts of indecently dealing with a child under 13.
Gale is due to appear in the Perth Magistrates Court on September 20.

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