James Bazick, 30, 1849 Stafford Ave., Apt. 11A-A, is charged with child rape, statutory sexual assault and related charges stemming from an incident on Oct. 16.
Investigators interviewed the girl at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The girl said Bazick raped her and then told her not to tell anyone “because he knew kids that could hurt her,” according to court documents.
The Times-Tribune does not identify victims of sexual assault.
Investigators also talked to Bazick at police headquarters. Bazick initially denied any contact with the girl, but then told detectives that the girl forced herself on him. He explained that he was unable to fight her off because he had been incapacitated due to a recent foot surgery, according to court documents.
Freed Airdrie sex attacker jailed in France for raping two young girls Airdrie And Coatbridge Advertiser 25 OCT 2017
A Queens man was arrested after police say he had sex with a child.
State police from the Wappinger barracks charged Ronald Lasso, 24, of Woodside with third-degree rape, a felony, and endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor.
A police investigation revealed that Lasso had sexual intercourse with a female victim under the age of 16.
Lasso was arraigned at the Village of Wappingers Falls Justice Court, and his bail was set at $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond.
Greater Noida: Man arrested for sexually assaulting 11-year-old student for four years Oct 26, 2017 Hindustan Times
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- A 75-year-old man in the U.S. state of California was sentenced to 330 years to life in prison for molesting children, the Tulare County District Attorney's Office said.
According to the office's press release, Alex Lopez, who lived in Visalia, 340 km north of Los Angeles, was found guilty of 22 counts of lewd act upon a child under the age of 14.
Lopez committed lewd acts on four girls and a boy over a nearly 16-year period from July 1993 to May 2009, involving multiple victims who were 10 or younger.
"I am proud of the Crimes against Children Division for securing justice for families who suffered at the hands of this heinous offender," District Attorney Tim Ward said in the press release. "Nothing hurts a community more than a crime against a child."
Child molestation is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child for sexual stimulation. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported in 2005 the administration received 83,600 substantiated reports of sexually abused children that year.
American men sentenced to 330 years for child molestation Source: Xinhua| 2017-10-26 09:30:42|Editor: Yurou
A man who sexually abused his twin sisters over a six-year period when he was a teenager has been jailed for 10 years for the “callous” abuse.
William McGlone (34) robbed his sisters of their childhood by manipulating and abusing them from when they were just eight years’ old, Justice Patrick McCarthy said in the Central Criminal Court.
McGlone was jailed for 10 years for 21 counts of sexual assault, rape, oral rape of his sister Wendy McGlone between July 1995 and October 2001 and one count of sexually assaulting his sister Stacey McGlone between April 1995 and June 1996. Both victims waived their right to anonymity in court.
McGlone, formerly of Cherry Orchard Avenue, Ballyfermot, Dublin, was 13 years old when he began the abuse. His sisters were four years younger than him.
He told gardaí that when the assaults began his “moral compass” was askew because he had been sexually abused himself and was told it was a normal thing to do.
“My moral compass was wrong at the time,” he told them.
He admitted sexually assaulting his sister Stacey when she was around eight years of age.
During a number of garda interviews, he later admitted regularly assaulting and raping his sister Wendy.
These attacks included raping her with a shampoo bottle and, on another occasion, with a vibrator, which he also used on himself. “I admit it. I wish to say I’m sorry. I’m a horrible person and a brother,” he told gardaí.
McGlone pleaded guilty to seven counts of sexually assaulting Wendy McGlone and three counts of raping her. He pleaded guilty to one count of sexually assaulting Stacey McGlone.
However, he went on to deny further rape and sexual assault charges and stood trial last January.
He gave evidence at trial, during which he admitted sexually abusing Wendy at times but also called her a “liar” when it came to other instances of abuse.
He was found guilty by a jury of three counts of sexual assault, seven counts of rape and one count of attempted rape of Wendy McGlone.
McGlone, a father-of-one whose partner is expecting his second child, was previously jailed in 2012 for the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl in the city centre on April 14, 2009.
He was given a three-year sentence with the final 20 months suspended. In a victim impact statement handed into court, Wendy said she “grew up being abused and raped while her friends were being read bedtime stories”, Mr Justice McCarthy said.
The court heard she would lie awake in bed terrified she was going to become pregnant.
She was “heartbroken” when she heard her twin sister was also abused. She still suffers from insomnia and debilitating nightmares, the court heard.
She said sitting through the trial was the “most distressing experience of her life”. In her victim impact report, Stacey said: “When I was eight years’ old I was robbed of my innocence by my brother.”
Both sisters reported feeling shame and embarrassment growing up and realising that their brother’s behaviour was not normal.
The court heard that McGlone’s attacks on Wendy took place up to four times a week from the age of eight to the age of 15. When she turned ten he began raping her around once a week.
Mr Justice McCarthy said the victims “lived a devastating childhood”. He said it was hard to put into words the seriousness of the offences committed by their brother. “He manipulated his victims,” the judge said, adding McGlone was “callous in his pattern of offending”. He noted that McGlone persisted in his offending until he was 19 years old. “His moral culpability increased the older he got,” he said.
Mr Justice McCarthy noted McGlone had a history of alcohol and drug abuse and had been diagnosed with a personality disorder but said he was “unimpressed by the relevance” of that diagnosis. He accepted McGlone’s assertion that he had been sexually abused when he was aged between six and 12.
The court heard McGlone wrote a letter to the judge expressing his remorse. He now accepts the verdict of the jury. Mr Justice McCarthy noted McGlone was at a high risk of re-offending and he expressed concern for his children upon his release.
He ordered that McGlone be subject to post-release supervision for a period of seven years. He backdated the sentence to when McGlone first went into custody in February this year.