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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...


giovedì 26 ottobre 2017


DEFUNIAK SPRINGS — A 28-year-old man was arrested on charges of sexual battery on a victim less than 12 years old.
According to an arrest report from the Walton County Sheriff’s Office, Christopher James Nobles sexually battered the young victim during the month of September.
The Department of Children and Families received an intake report from a local school with concerns the victim had displayed substantial behavior changes, the report said. Investigators found physical evidence the victim had been abused.
Nobles was interviewed regarding the incident and he maintained he had not sexually abused the victim, but offered no explanation for her behavior change or physical evidence. Nobles told investigators he had been sexually abused as a child and had allegations against himself for sexual abuse of a cousin in another state when he was younger.
During a medical examination at the Children’s Advocacy Center, the victim told doctors what Nobles allegedly did. Doctors noted that the physical findings were consistent with sexual abuse. The victim’s teachers provided a detailed account of the victim’s behavioral changes.
It did not describe Nobels’ relationship to the victim, if any.

A federal judge sentenced a Woodburn man to 15 years in prison who attempted to rape a child he snuck out of Oregon.  
Jose Antonio Mejia, 33, pleaded guilty in April to aggravated sex abuse and unlawful transportation of minors, court records show.
Prosecutors, who called the defendant's actions "shockingly heinous," cheered the decision delivered by U.S. District Judge Anna Brown in Portland. In addition to his stretch in federal prison, Mejia will be required to register as a sex offender under lifetime supervision.  
"This sentence represents another step in our continuing efforts to protect children in Oregon and elsewhere from sexual predators," said Oregon U.S. Attorney Billy Williams. "These abhorrent crimes are indefensible and destructive to victims."
Authorities claimed Mejia transported two minors — including one under the age of 12 — from Oregon to Washington without their parents' permission in March 2016. He then tried to rape the younger minor before taking both back home.  
The FBI led the subsequent investigation with assistance from police in Salem, Seattle and Woodburn.
Prosecutors said the case was brought as part Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat child sexual exploitation and abuse.

LIHUE – Eirik James Stevens, 51 of Lihue, was sentenced to serve 15 years in prison for sexually abusing a child in his apartment, and attempting to sexually assault another child in March 2016.
The sentence was handed down by Fifth Circuit Court Judge Kathleen N.A. Watanabe after hearing argument from Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Keola Siu and Stevens’s court-appointed defense attorney.
“We are pleased that the judge imposed the maximum sentence in this case and that we were able to spare the victims the trauma of further court proceedings,” said Prosecuting Attorney Justin F. Kollar. “We hope that this resolution will allow them to start the healing process.
Stevens was sentenced in two cases involving the abuse of two different minor children.
In the first case, Stevens was sentenced to serve a 10-year prison sentence on one count of sexual assault in the second degree.
In the other, Stevens was sentenced to serve a five-year prison sentence on one count of attempted sexual assault in the third degree.
The state requested that the prison terms be served consecutively and the judge agreed. Defense counsel argued for probation.
“Our team is also grateful for the hard work of KPD investigators A.J. Morita and Christian Jenkins,” Kollar said. “Thanks in large part to their hard work, we were able to get this sexual predator out of our community.”

Prison sentence for perpetrator of child sex assaults October 20, 2017 The Garden Island

SYCAMORE – A DeKalb County judge could rule Nov. 8 on whether victims’ statements will be allowed in the case against a former gymnastics instructor accused of sexually abusing girls at a local gymnasium.
Joseph R. Hannon, 22, formerly of the 1700 block of DeKalb Avenue, has been charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a child involving more than one victim, and if convicted, he could be sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Hannon was arrested Dec. 7 on allegations that he inappropriately touched a 9-year-old girl Nov. 25 while working as an instructor at Energym, 1715 DeKalb Ave., Sycamore. Police have said the incident was caught on video.

Prosecutors filed more serious charges related to a second victim, another 9-year-old girl, later that month, and additional charges were filed 

Feb. 16 after investigators conducted more victim-sensitive interviews. There are six alleged victims, all of them girls younger than 13 who took classes at Energym.
DeKalb County First Assistant State’s Attorney Stephanie Klein asked the court that four statements children made to counselors with the Children’s Advocacy Center be allowed.
Hannon’s bond originally was set at $1 million, but then raised to $2.25 million after the additional charges were filed in February.
Hannon, represented by Public Defender Chip Criswell, remains in custody at the DeKalb County Jail, and would have to post $225,000 bail to be released.
“If his bond is still $1 million, it might as well be $20 million,” Criswell said. “He’s not going to post it.”
Hannon pleaded not guilty to all charges March 14. The prosecution’s motion for the statements to be allowed will go before Judge Philip Montgomery at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 8.
Hannon was on felony probation for an October 2013 drug case when he was hired at Energym in September 2015. Energym owner Andy Morreale has said Energym did not conduct a background check on Hannon before he was hired.

Judge to rule on victim statements' admissibility in child sex abuse case JOSH TOLENTINO October 20 2017

A Lucedale man already registered as a sex offender for three previous offenses is now going to prison for the next 30 years. 
A jury found William Lee Whittaker, II, 34, guilty of one count of touching of a child for lustful purposes and three counts of Sexual Battery. The jury deliberated just over 40 minutes before returning their verdict. 
Whittaker was accused of sexually abusing a female child beginning at the age of three from August 2011 until September 2014.  
"This child victim showed amazing courage in explaining what happened to her, first to law enforcement and then to the citizens on the George County Jury," District Attorney Tony Lawrence said. "When a child is harmed by an adult, that child carries that pain with them for the rest of his or her life. I have said it many times before and I say it again, we will not tolerate crimes being committed against children." 
Circuit Judge Dale Harkey sentenced Whittaker to 30 years day for day in the Mississippi Department of Corrections, without the possibility of parole or early release, and a $15,000 fine.
A search of the Mississippi Sex Offender Registry shows Whittaker was previously convicted in 1997 and 1999 for criminal sexual conduct with a person under the age of 13. 
"I hope this 30 years day for day sentence renews the often repeated message – leave our children alone," Lawrence said. 

A rapist started a 16-year jail term as the boy he abused said: “He deserves whatever’s coming to him.
Stuart Wood, 49, went to prison still denying the string of sex crimes which blighted a young boy’s life.
He subjected the boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, to escalating abuse more than a decade ago when he lived in Middlesbrough.
Prosecutor Rupert Doswell told how Wood groomed, molested and forced himself on the boy.
He said: “The defendant acted as if it was normal for this to happen.
“He was never actually aggressive towards him but he was assertive, and by doing so he got him to do it.”
When the boy realised it was wrong he put a stop to it, but was made to feel as if it was his fault, Teesside Crown Court heard.
He bottled things up until years later he had “something like a breakdown” and spoke out.
Now an adult, he walked into a police station and reported the matter in May last year.
This was two months after Wood was given a one-year suspended prison sentence for possessing indecent images of children.
Wood, of Holystone Drive, Ingleby Barwick, claimed none of the sexual attacks happened.
He was convicted on all nine counts he faced after a trial last month - six of rape and three of causing or inciting a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity.
He still denies the offences.

The victim of the sex crimes said in a statement read out in court: “The past two years have been hell.
“I drink to forget and go on a bender, but then when I’m in that situation it’s all I think about, and then I’m written off for weeks.
“I never wanted to bring this to court. It was never about that.
“I actually felt guilty about it because I didn’t want this. But after how he’s twisted things and the questions he’s asked me to make me out to be a liar, that has made me so angry that I now think he deserves whatever’s coming to him.
“The verdict for me is irrelevant. This isn’t the end for me. I woke up yesterday and felt numb like I was at a funeral.
“I don’t know what to do next. My life has been on hold. I put everything aside, my family, my career.
“I’m going to take baby steps. I’m lucky to have the support I have. I wouldn’t be here without them.”
Judge Tony Briggs told Wood: “He clearly has been badly affected by what you did to him.
“It appears that the effects of this behaviour continue to cause him serious difficulty.”
He jailed Wood for 16 years, plus an extended one year’s licence.
Under new sentencing provisions, Wood will not automatically be released halfway through the term.
He will become eligible at that point, but the Parole Board will decide whether he can be released.
He was given an indefinite sexual harm prevention order and will be on the sex offenders’ register for life.

A gardener who groomed a young girl for sex in his van has been jailed for 12 years.
Rodney Howliston began touching the girl when she was six and groomed her by giving her gifts or small amounts of money.
He went on to abuse her repeatedly over five years and to make her have oral sex with him when she was 11. She was so confused and traumatised she did not tell anyone until she was 14.
The victim finally revealed her ordeal in a Facebook message to a relative but the full truth only emerged after she told a school friend, a youth club worker and finally a teacher.
Howliston claimed nothing had happened in his van or on other occasions when he babysat for the girl when her mother was either unwell or away from the family home in Teignbridge.
He was found guilty by a jury at Exeter Crown Court after they rejected his claims that the victim was a liar and an attention seeker.
After they returned their verdict they were told that Howliston had been convicted of a serious sexual offence against a child in 1992 and jailed for two years.
Howliston, aged 65, of Stokeinteignhead, near Teignmouth, was found guilty of oral rape of a child under 13, five counts of assault by penetration, and inciting a child to take part in sexual activity.
He was jailed for 12 years with a oneyear extended licence and put on the sex offenders’ register for life by Recorder Malcolm Gibney.
He told him: ‘It is clear the victim looked up to you. You abused that trust and took advantage of her. She was a naive and trusting child and you encouraged her not to reveal what was going on.
‘You occasionally gave her small amounts of money and subjected her to what could be called grooming for abuse. It clearly left an impact on her so it was a number of years before she was able to reveal what you had done.
‘She was a troubled and damaged young woman. You made relive her ordeal in front of a jury by contesting this case. You besmirched her character by accusing her of lying and being an attention seeker.
It is clear you were motivated by sexual gratification and you pose a significant risk of sexual offending against female children. This child was particularly vulnerable and your culpability is increased by your grooming behaviour.’
During a four-day trial the victim told how the abuse took place in the 2000s and early 2010s. It started when she was six and carried until she was 11.
One of the first assaults happened in his van after he offered to take her out to work with him. He put his hand into the girl’s underwear and told her not to wear any if she went in his van again.
Howliston denied all the allegations. He said none of the incidents had happened and he had never touched the girl inappropriately or made her take part in any sexual activity.
After the case, a NSPCC spokesperson for South West England said: ‘This was an awful campaign of abuse in which Howliston wilfully betrayed the position of trust he had established with the victim and her family.
‘Her courage in speaking out about her ordeal has helped bring her attacker to justice and it’s important that she continues to receive appropriate support to recover.
‘Sexual abuse ruins childhoods and the effects can last many years after the offences took place, often into adulthood.
‘Any adult worried about a child can call the NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000. Help for children and young people is available though Childline on 0800 1111.

Child rapist jailed for 12 years 20 October 2017

A Lockland man is charged with rape after police said he engaged in sexual conduct with two children.
Jody Davidson, 54, is charged with four counts of rape. According to court documents, Davidson raped two children between 2010 and 2013. One of the children was 5 years old when the offenses began, and the other was 10, court documents allege.
The offenses happened in a Springfield Township home.
Davidson appeared in Hamilton County Court Friday morning and is in the Hamilton County jail in lieu of a $100,000 bond.

MEXICO, Mo. -- A northeast Missouri man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison, after being convicted of raping a child for several years.
Audrain County Prosecutor Jacob Shellabarger says 62-year-old Ralph Eugene Harbit of Mexico was sentenced by Judge Wesley Clay Dalton.
A jury deliberated about 25 minutes in August, before convicting Harbit of first-degree statutory rape and child molestation.
Shellabarger says Harbit raped the girl between 2007 and 2009, adding that the victim was eight to ten years old at the time.
Prosecutor Shellabarger says Harbit “took absolutely no responsibility and showed no remorse in raping and molesting a little girl, and used his position to abuse and harm her family to keep this girl silent.
Shellabarger issued a statement, which notes Judge Dalton’s sentence is the maximum allowed under state law.
The statement also reads, in part: “It’s (the sentence) appropriate and warranted for a man who had zero remorse and no insight into how his actions affected this family.”
Under Missouri law, Harbit will also be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
Prosecutor Shellabarger also thanked the Mid-Missouri Chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA), praising what he calls BACA’s “steady and long-lasting support for the family involved in this case.”
Shellabarger also praised investigators from the Mexico Public Safety Department.




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