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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...


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LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18)-- A man convicted of one of the worst cases of sexual child abuse Lexington police has ever seen died in jail. 
79-year-old Jerry Cassidy passed away behind bars on Sep. 10 of natural causes.
Jerry and his twin brother Jack Cassidy plead guilty to multiple charges dating back to the 1970's.
In their old age, both were sentenced to 20 years, Jerry had been battling illness for quite sometime.
Both men were local leaders with the Boy Scouts
CENTERTOWN, Ky. (9/30/17) — A Centertown man is in jail after police say he committed sexual abuse of a victim under age 12.
Kentucky State Police began an investigation into the allegations after receiving information about Leonard Faught, 36. KSP charged Faught with three counts of first-degree sexual abuse (victim under 12) and six counts of first-degree sodomy (victim under 12).
The investigation is continuing. Faught is being lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center.

A 7th Ward man has been jailed on accusations that he raped and sexually molested a teen relative several times while she was between the ages of 6 and 10.
Court records show Floyd Lindsey, 60, was booked Friday (Sept. 29) by New Orleans police with first-degree rape, three counts of sexual battery and four counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile. The rape allegation carries a mandatory life sentence upon conviction.
Lindsey was arrested after his accuser, now 14, disclosed the alleged offenses at school and to police. Child abuse detective Robyn Scott wrote in a sworn arrest warrant affidavit that the girl reported being sexually abused by Lindsey at "multiple locations" in New Orleans.
According to the warrant, the girl told investigators she was 6 or 7 the first time Lindsey assaulted her, at his home in the 2100 block of Hope Street. She said she was sleeping on a sofa while her mother was away working at night, and awoke to the realization that Lindsey was on top of her, nude and kissing her on the neck. The girl told police she pretended to be asleep as the man was "moving around on top of her" for nearly 30 minutes.
She told police another incident occurred at the same house when she was about 9. While Lindsey's wife was out playing bingo, the girl said she was sleeping on the sofa and again was awakened by Lindsey naked on top of her. She said she opened her eyes, and Lindsey ordered her to "go take a bath and don't tell nobody."
The girl told police she visited Lindsey's house another time, in the company of some cousins, in whose company she believed she would be safe. She said she was asleep in a room with a cousin when she woke to find Lindsey performing oral sex upon her. When the girl's cousin stirred, Lindsey "panicked and exited the room," the girl told police.
The accuser described another incident of sexual abuse by Lindsey that she said took place at her grandmother's house. The girl said Lindsey forced her to lay on his lap while he began inappropriately touching her, stopping only when another relative surprised him by walking into the room.
Lindsey's bond was set Friday afternoon at $210,000. He was represented by the Orleans Public Defenders office and ordered to return to court Oct. 27.

7th Ward man accused of raping, molesting girl October 2, 2017 Ken Daley

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A Dauphin County man is accused of raping a child.
Josue Trujillo-Marrero, 27, of Lower Paxton Township, is charged with rape of a child, indecent assault, unlawful contact with a minor, and corruption of minors.
Lower Paxton police said a 5-year-old child reported that Trujillo-Marrero had sexual intercourse with her.
Trujillo-Marrero was sent to Dauphin County Prison on $250,000 bail.
Authorities in Georgia arrested a Woodbine man for molesting, raping and sexually battering two children, according to a news release.
John Joseph Everette IV, 36, faces charges of child molestation and rape and misdemeanor sexual battery, the Camden County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday.
One of the children is believed to be under the age of 16, while the child associated with the misdemeanor charge was older than 16, the news release said.
The Camden County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate the case. Anyone with information regarding this case or other crimes is asked to call (912-510-5100).
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Frayser man has been convicted of abusing his young son and three daughters, including one who was hung upside down from a door and beaten with a belt, Shelby County Dist. Atty. Gen. Amy Weirich said Monday.
Sharrad Sharp, 34, was convicted on multiple felony counts, including aggravated child abuse, aggravated child neglect, aggravated sexual battery and two counts of aggravated assault.
His bond was revoked Friday following his conviction in Criminal Court where he will be sentenced Nov. 2 by Judge Carolyn Wade Blackett. Sharp is facing more than 40 years and will be placed on the Violent Sex Offender Registry List for life.
The girls were ages 4, 6 and 8 when the physical and sexual abuse began in July of 2011. Their brother was born a year later. The abuse continued to March of 2014.
Police said the abuse happened at an apartment complex in South Memphis. According to the District Attorney General, the children told investigators they were picked up by their necks and thrown across the room, hung upside down by their feet, beaten with a belt, even held underwater in the bathtub.
Investigators said Sharp hung an 8-year-old daughter upside down from a door by her fit and struck her numerous times with a belt. He often struck his other children with his hands or fists, leaving visible bruises on the children, and grabbed them by their necks and threw them across the room.
Sharp also sexually abused the girls, sometimes by fondling one of them.
LOGAN — A 43-year-old Smithfield man is expected to admit that he physically and sexually abused a child in 2013.
Andrew Facer appeared in 1st District Court Monday afternoon. His public defender, Mike McGinnis, told the court they were fairly close to an agreement with prosecutors. He asked for some more time to meet with his client and talk about the plea deal.
Police arrested Facer in December on suspicion of felony sex abuse of a child and misdemeanor physical abuse. The allegations allegedly occurred in recent years and involved a victim who knew the defendant. He was later charged with one count of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony, and five misdemeanors including two counts of voyeurism, along with assault, domestic violence and child abuse neglect.
Detectives questioned Facer while investigating a Richmond man, Dustin Mangum, who was arrested last year on similar allegations. The two men reportedly know each other through marriage.
In August, Mangum was sentenced to at least 21-years in prison after the 39-year-old previously pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony
During Tuesday’s court appearance, Judge Kevin Allen ordered Facer to appear again October 16.
Facer remains in the Cache County Jail on $125,000 bail.
A convicted sex offender who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing children just over a year ago is back behind bars on allegations of inappropriate touching.
Travis Bernard Franklin is jailed on two charges of sexually abusing a child younger than 12 and two counts of violating Alabama's sex offender laws, Madison County Jail records show. The 37-year-old from Madison is held with bail set at $90,000.
Franklin in August 2016 pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree sexual abuse, court records show. The cases involved two girls -- a 6-year-old and a 12-year-old -- records show. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison. But the sentence was suspended, pending completion of 5 years on probation. Franklin was required to register as a sex offender.
Madison County Assistant District Attorney Gabrielle Helix prosecuted Franklin's prior case. She said uncertainty about getting a guilty verdict at trial often leads to a plea offer.
"I have to consider what I can prove beyond a reasonable doubt with admissible evidence to a reasonable jury," Helix said. "If those three things are not in line, I do the best I can to get justice for the victims."
The indictments in those cases accused Franklin of forcibly having sexual contact with the children. The indictments stemmed from 2014 arrests, court records show.
If convicted of the new charges, Franklin faces up to 60 years in prison. He also could be required to serve the previously-suspended 10-year sentence.
"If he's done it again, we'll pursue it," Helix said. "Unfortunately, we can't look into the future and manipulate the case to prevent something from happening in the future."
Few details about the new cases are being released. Madison Police Capt. Terrell Cook said Franklin's Thursday arrest stemmed from a recent investigation.
"The case information was brought to our attention through a report to the police department," Cook said.

Madison sex offender jailed again on child sex abuse charges October 2, 2017 Ashley Remkus

A RETIRED civil servant has been jailed for 19 years for the ‘perverted’ abuse of a vulnerable young girl.

John Ball lived a life of apparent respectability and the truth about his repeated sexual assaults did not come to light for more than a decade.

He was jailed for 19 years after a Judge heard how the abuse had a profound effect on the victim, who was aged just four when it began.

Ball, aged 65, of Compton Close, Taunton, denied two counts of child rape, eight of indecent assault, and one of sexual activity with a child but was found guilty of all the offences by a jury at Taunton Crown Court last month.

He was jailed for 19 years with a one year extended licence, and ordered to sign on the sex offenders register for life by Judge Erik Salomonsen, sitting at Exeter Crown Court.

He told him:”You abused this girl repeatedly for your own sexual gratification, often when you had been drinking. She described graphically the smell of alcohol.

“You told her that this is what little girls do, and she knew no better. You acknowledge you are a strong adult and describe yourself as a leader not a follower. You are an assertive man.

“The victim could not bring herself to make disclosures, even when she was older and realised what you were doing was abhorrent and wrong.

“This has clearly had a psychological impact on her. Your plea of not guilty meant she was put to proof in the witness box and made to relive her experiences. 

“You said her allegations were false. Nothing could have been further from the truth, As is the case in many cases involving a controlling male, the victim will say nothing for years. 

“She was particularly vulnerable. Her victim impact statement says the abuse has changed her because it happened at a time when her cognitive functions were developing.”

Mr Patrick Mason, defending, said that apart from these offences Ball had lived a blameless life, working hard as a civil servant and providing well for his family.

He said:”He accepts the verdict of the jury and understands that his life, as he knew it, has come to an end.”
TACOMA — A 26-year-old Neah Bay man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for sexually abusing a 5-year-old girl, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.
Jordan James Colfax was sentenced Tuesday to 63 months in prison after pleading guilty to one count of abusive sexual contact.
Colfax was baby-sitting the child on Makah tribal land when the abuse occurred, federal court papers said.
U.S. District Judge Benjamin H. Settle called Colfax’s conduct “monstrous” at the sentencing hearing in U.S. District Court in Tacoma, according to a news release.
Settle ordered Colfax to 20 years of supervised release and to undergo mental health and sexual deviancy treatment after his release, according to Tuesday’s judgment.
Colfax was charged in May 2016 with first-degree child rape.
He pleaded guilty to abusive sexual contact last April.
Investigators said Colfax abused the child between August 2015 until his arrest in April 2016.
A member of the victim’s family told authorities the child had disclosed she had been sexually abused by Colfax, charging papers said.
The case was investigated by Neah Bay police and the FBI.
Federal authorities have jurisdiction with crimes involving tribal members on tribal lands.
The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney J. Tate London, one of two tribal liaisons for the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
London had recommended a 63-month prison sentence and 20 years of community custody for Colfax.
Colfax was being held Saturday at the federal detention center in SeaTac.

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