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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...


giovedì 5 ottobre 2017


Two brothers have been arrested in connection with the sexual abuse of a 14-year-old girl in Robinson.
George Louis Jones, 25, of Robinson, has been charged with continuous sexual assault of a child, and indecency with a child.
Mark Anthony Jones, 37, of Robinson, has been charged with continuous sexual assault of a child.
Both were arrested by Robinson police Wednesday and taken to the McLennan County Jail where they remained in custody waiting for bonds to be set.
According to Robinson Police Chief Phillip Prasifka, the sexual abuse happened continuously over a 10 month period, from August of 2016 until this June at a home in the 600 block of Coahuila Drive.
Police were notified in mid-July, and the resulting investigati

Robinson: Brothers charged with sexual assault of a child Rissa Shaw Oct 04, 2017 

A woman broke down in court as she relived the horrific moment an Airdrie man sexually abused her – on the day she received her first Holy Communion.
The woman, now in her 40s, told how perverted James Grahames made her perform a sex act after she stepped out of her “princess for a day” dress to change into casual clothes.
Aged just seven at the time, the woman told a jury at the High Court in Livingston that by then Grahames had already been abusing her for a number of years.
She kept the abuse secret for more than three decades before deciding to put her “demons to bed” by confronting her abuser, a showdown which ultimately led to Grahames’ arrest for historic sexual abuse.
The 55-year-old self-confessed alcoholic denied using lewd, indecent and libidinous practices towards the girl at an address in Airdrie between 1979 and 1983, when she was aged between four and seven.
However, the jury took less than two hours to return a majority verdict, finding the father-of-two guilty as charged.
Judge Lord Burns called for social work background reports and remanded Grahames in custody until his sentencing later this month.
He ordered the accused’s name to be added to the sex offenders’ register and that Scottish ministers be notified of his conviction under laws to protect vulnerable adults.
During the week-long trial Grahames’ victim, who gave her evidence from behind a screen, told how his indecent behaviour towards her began when she was just four.
She said it started as an undressing game called “dungarees” to see who could get their hands into each other’s underwear faster when they were alone.
The abuse progressed to him groping her then escalated to him showing her pornographic magazines and asking her to perform sex acts.
The woman wept as she told how the assaults happened every time the accused visited her parents’ home, a regular occurrence when she was a child.
She said her mother and father were downstairs, completely unaware that their daughter was being abused upstairs.
Grahames’ victim told the jury she had been going to counselling for several months when she finally plucked up the courage to confront her abuser.
She said: “I just wanted to speak to him and ask him ‘why?’”
In May last year she drove to Grahames’ Airdrie home and knocked on his door.
She recalled: “My husband begged me not to do it but I knew I needed to and that was my focus.
“I was a nervous wreck but I thought, ‘I’m doing this. I’m not a little girl any more’.
“I was in charge and what had happened to me wasn’t my fault.
“I was there to put my demons to bed. I wasn’t a different person but I had courage.”
She said Grahames claimed he did not know who she was at first but two minutes later she ensured he knew she was the girl he had sexually abused when he was a teenager.
She told the jury: “He never ever denied it. Not once did he say, ‘I never did that to you.’”
Before challenging him, she said, she phoned home and put her mobile on Grahames’ mantelpiece so her husband could listen to the exchange.
Her husband said he overheard her ask Grahames why he had abused her and heard him answer: “I don’t know why.”
When the woman told him “that’s not an answer”, he said, the accused responded: “I must be a pervert then. I’m just a pervert”.
Grahames told police that he could not remember doing anything to the young girl but added: “If I have I’m sorry.”
He said: “I haven’t touched her. If anything like that happened I’m sorry but I cannae remember a thing. I’ll take a lie detector test, no problem.”
He added: “To me nothing like that happened. Nothing like that would ever happen. I know for a fact I wouldn’t do anything like that. I know for a fact because I’m not stupid.”
Giving evidence, Grahames dismissed the woman’s allegations as “a load of crap”.
He denied rewarding her with money from a bus conductor-style coin dispenser and giving her sweets in return for letting him abuse her.
Following the jury’s verdict Geoff Forbes, defending, said Grahames had just one previous conviction for a breach of the peace in 2001 and had never previously served a prison sentence.
He conceded that the judge would clearly be considering a custodial sentence and said he would reserve his plea in mitigation until then.

BUCYRUS - Two men are facing up to life in prison after being charged with raping children under the age of 13, according to Crawford County Prosecutor Matt Crall.
"Those cases are particularly upsetting because the victims are young," Crall said. "Persons who will hurt the most vulnerable in our society must be held accountable."
Both of those inmates were indicted by a Crawford County grand jury. They are being held in the Crawford County Justice Center in lieu of $1 million bonds and will eventually face Common Pleas Judge Sean Leuthold.
Although the cases are not related, they are similar.
"They both have victims under the age of 10," Crall said. "They each have two victims."
Kyle R. Bowen, 29, of Galion, was charged with three counts of first-degree felony rape and three counts of fourth-degree felony gross sexual imposition.
David P. Vreeland, 49, of Marion, was charged with one county of first-degree felony rape and one count of third-degree felony gross sexual imposition.

Oscar Armando Vargas, 21, of Austin was charged with three counts of felony first-degree criminal sexual conduct-penetration of a child under 13 years of age and two counts of felony first-degree criminal sexual conduct-penetration of a child under 16 years of age-significant relationship in Mower County District Court.
According to the court report, officers responded to a call of a sexual assault on a 15-year-old girl at 10:17 p.m. on Friday. The victim told police Vargas had repeatedly assaulted her and that the sexual abuse started when she was six or seven years old.
She told police that Vargas started having intercourse with her when she was 10 or 11, and that he said he would call her “a liar” if she told anyone. She said the last occurrence of abuse was two weeks before the police were called, but he had done it to her “too many (times) to count.”
When the victim disclosed the abuse to her parents, her stepfather confronted Vargas. He told police Vargas was “very nervous” during the confrontation. He said that Vargas may have gone to Marshalltown, Iowa, to a family member’s residence. Marshalltown police located Vargas’s vehicle. They then told Vargas to go back to Austin and surrender, which he did on Saturday.
Vargas told police that he had been having sexual contact with the victim since he was 13 and had started having sex with her five years earlier.
On Sept. 29, in the 2nd Judicial District Court of Cherokee County, a jury of 12 found Clifton Wayne Jones guilty of continuous sexual assault of a child.
The victim, who shall remain nameless, confronted her accuser and testified about a series of sexual acts that Jones inflicted on her during the period of several months.
After being found guilty, the jury sentenced Jones to 25 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
After the trial ended, the victim made a statement, in open court, confronting the perpetrator and letting him know that she was “bent but not broken” by his crimes.
Because of the particularly heinous nature of these crimes, Jones will not be eligible for parole for the entirety of his sentence.
The District Attorney’s Office would like to give special thanks to Detective Greg Compton of the Jacksonville Police Department and the staff at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Cherokee and Anderson counties. Without their help, this criminal might still be free today.
The Honorable Judge R. Chris Day presided over the case.
The State was represented by Assistant District Attorney Jonathan H. Richey of Rusk and District Attorney Elmer C. Beckworth, Jr. of Rusk.
SYCAMORE – A DeKalb County judge set bond at $150,000 for a 37-year-old DeKalb man accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with a family member younger than 13.
Fernando Hernandez-Martinez, of the 1100 block of South First Street, is charged with predatory criminal sexual abuse of a child, punishable by six to 30 years in prison, if he’s convicted. He would not be eligible for probation.
Police said in court records that the offense happened between July 1 and 31. DeKalb police Cmdr. Bob Redel said the victim is a female family member, and that the offense happened at Hernandez-Martinez’s home. Hernandez-Martinez said in court , through an interpreter, that he has three children who live with their mother.
Judge Ron Matekaitis ordered that if Hernandez-Martinez posts $15,000 bail and is released, he be forbidden contact with the victim, and then asked Hernandez-Martinez whether he’d be able to come up with the cash.
“I don’t have that much money,” Hernandez-Martinez said.
Public Defender Robert Carlson said he’d file a motion to reduce the bond, and a judge will rule on that motion at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
(York) -- The York County Office of Children, Youth and Families placed a boy in the care of a convicted pedophile who then sexually abused him, according to a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Ronald Lee Witmer, 50, pleaded guilty in August to involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and corruption of minors in connection to the sexual abuse of the 13-year-old boy who is a plaintiff in the lawsuit. Witmer is in York County Prison awaiting sentencing.
In separate York County cases, Witmer pleaded guilty in 1989 to charges of indecent assault and corruption of minors, and pleaded guilty in 1990 to indecent exposure and corruption of minors, according to court records. 
On Tuesday, the 13-year-old boy and his mother filed a federal lawsuit alleging that York County CYF has a mission of protecting children, "including from sexual victimization," but placed the boy in Witmer's care. Witmer "heinously sexually abused" the boy, the lawsuit says.
In the spring of 2017, Witmer was arrested and charged with sexually abusing the boy, according to court records and the lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges that the caseworkers assigned to the boy's case either knew "or should have known" that Witmer was not a suitable foster parent and "was a convicted pedophile."
Attorney Benjamin Andreozzi, who is representing the 13-year-old and his mother, said it took him minutes to find Witmer's criminal history by doing an Internet search.
"The first time the client called, we put him on hold and went online," Andreozzi said. Within a few minutes, he found Witmer's arrest record on the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts website.
Witmer is not listed on the Pennsylvania State Police Megan's Law website. State Police spokesman Ryan Tarkowski said state police records indicate Witmer's sentences for the convictions in 1989 and 1990 expired "well before" Megan's Law was instituted on April 21, 1996.
The lawsuit alleges that York County CYF was "experiencing significant turmoil" at the time the boy was placed with Witmer, and didn't "have adequate staff to properly handle the placement of children by the County," and that those problems "led directly to the oversights that resulted in (the boy's) placement with Witmer."
Andreozzi's firm has represented hundreds of survivors of child sexual abuse, he said. "This is one of the most egregious oversights that I've seen." 
Andreozzi said the lawsuit has been filed against the county as well as individual staff members, caseworkers Nan Mavor, Cathy Lyman and Jacy Nemec, because those people had an obligation.
"If those people are tasked by the institution to protect children, then those people need to be held responsible," Andreozzi said. "Opening up the gates through civil litigation, we're going to be able to air (York County office of Children, Youth and Families') dirty laundry" and prompt change.
York County spokesman Mark Walters said York County doesn't comment on pending litigation.
Mavor, Lyman and Nemec couldn't be reached for comment.
Following his extradition from Guatemala earlier this year on a bench warrant that was issued in Mamaroneck nearly two decades ago, a 50-year-old man has pleaded guilty to a child sexual abuse charge.
Luis Ortiz was extradited in May and returned to the Mamaroneck Village Court on a bench warrant issued in 1998 when he failed to appear on two felony complaints. Westchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino, Jr. announced that he has pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree sexual conduct against a child, a violent felony.
On Nov. 9, 1998, Ortiz’s 5-year-old victim told her mother that he had sexually abused her while she was in his home the previous weekend, Scarpino said. That same day, the victim’s mother filed a report with the Mamaroneck Police Department and Ortiz was arrested two days later and charged with first-degree sexual abuse after admitting to the claim.
The following month, on Dec. 1, during a forensic interview of Ortiz’s victim, she provided police with information that indicated he had engaged in several more serious sexual assaults against her over a period of months. Scarpino said that Ortiz was then charged with course of sexual conduct against a child, for crimes that took place between March and November that year.
Ortiz was arraigned on the new charges in Mamaroneck Village Court and bail was set at $50,000, though that was reduced to $10,000 in Westchester County Court. Ortiz made bail on Dec. 10, 1999 and failed to appear at his next two scheduled court dates and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Local police questioned Ortiz's family, but he could not be located.
According to Scarpino, on March 7, 2000, the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office requested that a Red Notice - an international alert - be issued by Interpol for Ortiz. Four months later, law enforcement received a tip that Ortiz had been spotted in El Salvador, but police could not locate the suspect. Due to his status as a citizen there, efforts to locate him were ramped up in the region.
After the case went temporarily cold, in 2012, the U.S. Marshall’s Service obtained information that Ortiz was in Guatemala living under an assumed name. The Department of State was contacted, requesting that Guatemalan authorities obtain a provisional arrest warrant, Scarpino said. The provisional arrest warrant was issued and Ortiz was apprehended in August last year by members of the Diplomatic Security Service of the State Department and U.S. Marshall’s Service.
Ortiz is scheduled to be sentenced on Nov. 28, where he will face a maximum sentence of up to 25 years in state prison

KINGSTON – Gilberto Ballester-Perez, 36, formerly of Accord, pled guilty in Ulster County Court on Oct. 2, 2017, to the violent felony offense of Course of Sexual Conduct Against a Child in the Second Degree, according to the Ulster County District Attorney.
In doing so, Ballester-Perez admitted that between July 1, 2016 and Dec. 15, 2016, he engaged in two or more acts of sexual conduct with a child less than eleven years old.  Ballester-Perez entered his guilty plea minutes before jury selection was to begin, said the D.A.
The defendant was arrested on Dec. 13, 2016 following an investigation by the Ulster County Family and Child Advocacy Center.
Sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 8, 2017 before County Court Judge Donald A. Williams.


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