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Paedo sexually abused children as young as 4-months-old

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


venerdì 25 agosto 2017


Jasper, N.Y. (WHAM) - State Police arrested a man from Greenwood after they said he raped a child.
Troopers said 47-year-old Thomas Loop was arrested after police executed a search warrant at a home in Jasper.
Loop is accused of having multiple sexual encounters with a child under the age of 15.
Loop was charged with felony rape 2nd and felony criminal sexual act 2nd.
He was then arraigned and remanded to the Steuben Co. Jail in lieu of $20,000 cash bail or $40,000 property bond.
Loop is scheduled to be back in Hornell City Court for a hearing at a later date.

DOYLESTOWN >> A 73-year-old Warminster man who repeatedly tricked a small girl into oral sex and other sex acts was sentenced to serve seven and one-half to 20 years in state prison.
The abuse began when the victim, now 7, was 5 years old, and continued repeatedly for almost two years, Deputy District Attorney Kristin M. McElroy said in Bucks County Common Pleas Court.
The defendant, Tony Carter, “made these sexual acts into a game he would play with her to gain her trust and compliance,” McElroy wrote in a sentencing memorandum.
It would be horrific if it happened just one time, (but) it was continuous over two years of her life,” McElroy told Senior Judge John J. Rufe. The trauma and psychological damage “is something that she is going to carry with her for the rest of her life, and she’s only 7 years old,” she said.
Sobbing and pleading not to be jailed for the rest of his life, Carter appeared at one point to be deflecting blame onto the victim, telling Rufe that “she came up with the game."
Carter had pleaded guilty on May 8 to two counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child and one count of unlawful contact with a minor. Rufe had deferred sentencing to allow for Carter to be evaluated by the state Sexual Offenders Assessment Board.
The evaluation concluded that Carter met the criteria to be declared a sexually violent predator, finding him to be a pedophile attracted to young girls. The report said that Carter was highly likely to try to sexually assault another female child, McElroy said.
Carter did not contest those findings, and Rufe declared him to be a sexually violent predator, which subjects Carter to lifetime registration with police and other monitoring conditions.
McElroy’s sentencing memorandum said that Carter had been convicted in Connecticut about 25 years ago of “dangerous acts with a minor.” He was sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to participate in sex offender treatment, the memo said.
McElroy also said that a number of other females in other states have reported being sexually assaulted as children by Carter over the years, although he never was charged in those incidents.
The victim now lives with her grandparents, who told Rufe that she shows symptoms of post-traumatic stress syndrome, has reverted to wearing diapers, suffers from constant anxiety and nightmares, has begun showing cruelty to her younger brother and pets, displays inappropriate sexual behavior and, in the words of her grandmother, “knows no boundaries.”
“She is exhausted and will not let herself fall asleep. She would hide behind her dresser or the door,” her grandmother told the judge. “She has placed pins (point straight up) on the floor and on her mattress as a way to protect herself. She pulls the covers up over her head or places her stuffed animals around her head to hide among them. She tosses and turns all night long and talks in her sleep.”
The grandmother said she and her husband take the girl to weekly therapy sessions and are trying to get her into additional behavioral therapy. “It is heartbreaking to know that I cannot make her better,” she said.
Yet, the grandmother called the child, who was not present in court, “my hero. Today she puts a sexual predator behind bars where he cannot hurt her anymore.”
She asked Rufe to sentence Carter to “the same life he gave to my granddaughter….I wish for him to live a life of isolation and loneliness. I wish for him to live in a place where he is scared to close his eyes every day for the rest of his life.”
Under questioning by defense attorney David Zellis, Carter told Rufe that he had been sexually assaulted at age 11 by an adult woman in his Indiana neighborhood, and that two brothers and other family members had been sexual assault victims or had been convicted or accused of committing sexual assaults.
“There was something going on in Indiana” in which Carter “was victimized as a young child also,” Zellis said. He asked Rufe to consider that Carter took responsibility for his crimes, pleaded guilty and did not force the victim to testify in court.
“I regret the impact that this has had and will continue to have” on the victim and her family, Carter said. “I’m so sorry for what I did.”
Carter said he had long known he was sexually attracted to young girls and that his wife had even scoured the internet looking for ways of getting him help.
“You knew you had this problem,” Rufe responded. “It was a serious problem, and you never looked for help.”
“I thought that I could handle it myself,” Carter said.
“Or,” the judge said, “you thought you wouldn’t get caught.”

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ore. – A man who sexually abused a “cognitively-delayed” child was sentenced to 99 months in prison, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office said.
Detectives first begin investigating Luis Bautista in February 2012. A child they describe as “cognitively-delayed” came forward and told investigators Bautista had sexually abused her when she was in elementary school.
The child told investigators the man rented a room from her family and she didn’t know much about him when she reported the incident.
On April 25, 2013, a Washington County grand jury indicted Bautista for multiple sex crimes. However, his whereabouts were unknown at the time and officials issued a nationwide arrest warrant.
Then, on June 2, 2016, The San Francisco Police Department located and arrested Bautista. He was later extradited to Oregon on June 23, 2016.
Bautista was convicted of one count of sodomy in the second degree, one count of unlawful sexual penetration in the second degree and two counts of sexual abuse in the second degree during a trial in June 2017.
Bautista was sentenced to 99 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections on Friday. 

(WTXL) - Gadsden High teacher Adam Shawn Hurdle has been arrested on charges of assault and sexual assault of a child.
The charges stem from an incident not affiliated with his role as a school teacher. He was in his first year teaching at Gadsden High. 
Hurdle, 33, was booked into the Gadsden County Sheriff's Office jail on Aug. 16, 2017, records show. His bond was set at $150,000.
He is charged with assault with intent to commit a felony and with sexual battery by a person 18 years of age or older on a victim under 12 years of age.
Hurdle is accused of sexually assaulting the victim two years ago in Havana when she was 11. He admitted his crimes to both his wife and the mother of the child, said a Gadsden County Sheriff's Office spokesperson, Sgt. Angela Hightower. 
The Tallahassee Police Department started the investigation but passed it along to the Gadsden Sheriff's Office because they realized the original incident happened in Havana.
The family has since moved from Havana.
Hurdle has two prior child abuse charges going back to 2010 in Leon County. 

TULSA, Oklahoma -
A man is in jail after he admitted to Tulsa police he had sexually abused a 9-year-old girl.
Oscar Martinez was arrested after the victim's sibling said he saw Martinez on top of the naked victim in the child's bedroom.
During questioning, Martinez said he had assaulted the girl at least three or four other times.
He faces three counts of sexually abusing a minor child.
Martinez remained in the Tulsa Jail Sunday evening on an immigration hold.

TAVARES – A man charged with raping a child younger than 12 pleaded no contest to a greatly reduced charge, was given credit for time he has already spent in jail and was placed on probation.
Richard E. Frieszell Jr., 35, would have been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole if he had been convicted of the original charge and two lesser sex charges. Instead, he was allowed to enter the plea on the charge of aggravated child abuse. The State Attorney’s Office dropped the two lewd and lascivious charges.
He was given credit for 748 days he spent in jail, was placed on regular probation, given an 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew, ordered to have no contact with the victim or her family and agree to filters being placed on his computer and phone.
He is not classified as a sex offender. Circuit Judge Don Briggs did order a psychosexual evaluation and treatment, however.
Plea negotiations in sex cases are not that unusual, especially in cases involving young children. One of the major factors in this case, said Assistant State Attorney Walter Forgie, was the child’s family saying they didn’t want the child to have to testify. Her young sister would also have had to testify as a witness.
Forgie said prosecutors gave that consideration “great weight.”
There are always other factors, like the gap in time between an alleged act and when it is reported. That has major consequences on evidence.
Then, there is the age of the victim. The child was 6 when her mother reported the allegations.
Attorneys in Frieszell’s case battled over whether her statements were allowable under child abuse hearsay law. The issue is whether a child can tell the difference between the truth and a lie.
The court ruled she could testify. Jurors can be skeptical, however.
In a forensic interview at the Children’s Advocacy Center, the child talked about being raped, molested and solicited to do an act at her home in Montverde while her mother was not in the house.
She said Frieszell also showed her pornographic videos on his phone. The acts started in 2013, according to the charges leveled by the state.
She said he made her promise to keep everything a secret.

HAMPTON — A local man is charged with felony sexual assault of a child under 13 years old, police said.

Angelo Hernandez, 54, was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in 10th Circuit Court, Seabrook, on charges of sexual penetration involving a child under the age of 13 and engaging in a pattern of sexual abuse against the same victim. He is currently being held in lieu of $100,000 cash bail.

The victim and a witness reported the incident leading to the Hampton investigation and charges against Hernandez.

Police said Hernandez was taken into custody about noon Friday on Lafayette Road in Seabrook with the assistance of Seabrook police.

Anyone with information can call Hampton police at 929-4444. Anonymous tips can be made at by selecting Hamptons as the region or by texting crimes (274637) with Hampton as the keyword.

OGDEN — A 37-year-old man has been charged with forcible sodomy, a first-degree felony; aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony; and forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony. 
James Thomas Millus was arrested Aug. 15 at approximately 2:30 a.m. after a deputy with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched on a sexual assault call.
When the deputy arrived at the home in unincorporated Weber County, the perpetrator called the victim’s mother and threatened to commit suicide, according to charging documents.
The victim, a child under 16, had written a letter describing what Millus had done during the night.
Officials say the victim told authorities with the Children’s Justice Center that the behavior had been going on for approximately a year and a half.
Over the phone, the sheriff’s deputy was able to convince Millus not to harm himself and to turn himself in.
Millus is scheduled to appear in Ogden’s Second District Court on Aug. 24. If convicted for aggravated sexual abuse of a child, Millus could face 15 years to life in prison.

37-year-old man charged with forcible sexual abuse against 14-year-old AUGUST 21, 2017 NADIA PFLAUM, Standard-Examiner

PRINCETON – A 46-year-old man found guilty last June of first-degree sexual assault, and child abuse by a parent, guardian or custodian was told that he will be 76 years old before he becomes eligible for parole.
Charles R. Barie Jr. of Princeton was brought Monday before Circuit Court Judge Derek Swope for a motions hearing and sentencing. After denying a motion for a new trial, Swope sentenced Barie to a term of 15 to 20 years for first-degree sexual assault; 10 to 20 years for sexual abuse by a parent, guardian or custodian; and five to 15 years for incest.
The sentences will run consecutively. Prosecuting Attorney George Sitler said afterward that Barie must serve 30 years before he is eligible for parole. With good behavior, he could discharge his sentence by the time he’s 81 years old. Assistant Prosecutor Holly Flanigan represented the state at the hearing.
Barie was tried in January, but the jury was unable to reach a verdict. A jury convicted him last June.
In Tazewell County, Va., Barie faces a 10-count indictment for conspiracy to deliver drugs. Swope said Barie must complete his West Virginia sentence before he can be extradited.
“We’re going to finish with him before he goes to Virginia,” Swope said.
The charges resulted from allegations made by a female individual, now an adult, who told investigators with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department that Barie began to sexually abuse her when she was 3 years old and continued until she was 6 or 7. The abuse occurred from 2000 to 2003.
The victim, now an adult, addressed the court before Barie was sentenced. She said despite being threatened and called a liar, she was doing her best to move ahead with her life.
“The only positive in this is my voice is finally heard,” she said.
Barie told his attorney, Thomas Czarnik, that he didn’t want to address the court.
When pronouncing sentence, Swope told Barie “nothing will replace the devastation you’ve done to this girl. How can a 3 year old sin? She can’t. She didn’t sin. She’s a victim, a 100 percent pure victim.
Barie was remanded to the Southern Regional Jail in Beaver. Swope told Barie he could appeal to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.

“We can’t take away what has happened, but we persevere to secure a conviction and hope that this becomes part of the healing to restore dignity to our victim’s!” said an investigator.
23 year old Chidloko Moses was convicted of rape and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment in the Grahamstown High Court August 16. During November 2016, the accused raped a six year old female victim at Kenton On sea. Enquiries Captain Mali Govender 0827797123
A total of 36 years imprisonment was handed out in three separate sexual offence cases recently.


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