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sabato 28 ottobre 2017


DIXON – A Creston sex offender who sexually abused a girl younger than 13 nearly 4 years ago was sentenced to 4 years in prison for aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
William J. Schorsch, 52, formerly of Malta, was arrested Feb. 15 for the abuse, which occurred on Nov. 30, 2013, in Compton, and was reported to police in December.
As part of a plea agreement, Schorsch changed his plea to guilty Oct. 19 in Lee County Court, and also was levied $1,626.88 in fines and fees and given credit for 246 days served.
The charge could have carried up to 7 years.
According to Sauk Valley Media archives, in 1993, when he was 28, Schorsch was sentenced in DeKalb County to 6 years, also for aggravated criminal sexual assault of a child younger than 13. He was released after 5 years.
He also has several felony convictions for failure to register as a sex offender, in 2001 in DeKalb County and in 1999 and 2007 in Ogle County.

Creston pedophile gets 4 years in prison STAFF REPORT October 26 2017

An Airdrie predator who molested a young girl on the day of her first Holy Communion has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
James Grahames was brought to justice after his victim – seven at the time of the sickening offence and now in her 40s – confronted him as an adult over the abuse that had haunted her.
During the 55-year-old pervert’s sentencing at the High Court in Edinburgh, judge Lord Burns told Grahames: “You were found guilty of the sexual abuse of a child over a four-year period when she was between four and seven years of age.
“It is plain from the victim impact statement that this behaviour has had a devastating effect on her and, years later, she remains tormented by the memory of what you did to her.”
But the judge said he took into account that Grahames had no record of similar offending, adding: “This course of conduct, prolonged and serious as it is, I think can be regarded as an isolated one which does not represent the man you have become.”
Lord Burns also told Grahames that he would remain on the sex offenders’ register indefinitely.
Self-confessed alcoholic Grahames, formerly of Wilson Street, was earlier found guilty of indecency towards his child victim between 1979 and 1983, at an address in Airdrie.
During the horrific abuse he committed sex acts on the girl and had her look at sexually explicit pictures.
Grahames’ earlier trial at the High Court in Livingston heard how he had made his victim perform a sex act after she stepped out of her communion dress.
She said the abuse had begun with an undressing game and escalated to him asking her to perform sex acts.
The woman revealed that after going to counselling she had summoned the strength to confront her childhood abuser.
Defence counsel Allan Macleod said: “It is his position that he does not accept that he committed this offence.”
Mr Macleod said Grahames had suffered strokes and depression and had made repeated suicide attempts.
“The prison authorities are aware of this and are monitoring him as a consequence of that,” he told the court.
Mr Macleod added that Grahames had struggled with alcoholism and consumed a huge quantity of drink.
The solicitor added: “He is a religious man.
“He has been a regular church attendee throughout his life.
“He had recently been given a Bible and took some solace from that.”

A Seaside man received seven 25-years-to-life sentences for molesting seven children at a home daycare operated by his wife, the Monterey County District Attorney's Office reported. 
Judge Pamela Butler handed down the sentence to Juan Francisco Gonzalez, 57, whom a jury convicted of two counts of lewd acts on a child under 14-years-old and five counts of continuous sexual abuse on a child under 14-years-old in September, according to a DA press release.
Gonzalez was arrested in Los Angeles last year after reportedly fleeing to El Salvador and returning to the United States months later.
Prosecutors say seven children testified in court about how Gonzalez molested them, including one relative who said he touched her while she was being babysat at his home in 2014. 
After she came forward, another six girls told police Gonzalez had molested them, prosecutors say.
At the sentencing hearing, two of the victims' mothers told Butler how the molestation had affected their daughters. 
Those effects can last years and include anger, depression, insomnia, chronic stress and physical health problems, according to Heather Crimson, one of the victim's therapists who testified at the hearing.


A suspect wanted for several counts of crimes related to child sexual abuse has been apprehended following a dangerous pursuit that resulted in serious injuries.
Mobile County Sheriff's Office confirms that 23-year-old Larry Lett-Hall, a man wanted for seven felony warrants between Mobile Police and Prichard Police departments for crimes including kidnapping, assault, and the rape and sodomy of two children, was arrested on October 20.
A task force made up of officers from the United States Marshals Service Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, with the assistance of the Mobile County Sheriff's Office, Mobile Police Department and Alabama Law Enforcement Agency began surveillance on Lett-Hall at approximately 8 a.m. on the morning of the arrest.
About 30-minutes into the establishment of the unit's watch over Lett-Hall's movements, the suspect was seen entering a vehicle with two unknown individuals. Officers followed the vehicle, eventually attempting to pull the vehicle over with both marked and unmarked service vehicles.
Officers report that Lett-Hall made an abrupt turn in the opposite direction and began to attempt to evade arrest.
U.S. Marshals involved in the encounter lost sight of the vehicle and decided to hold off on their pursuit. They, instead, headed in the last known direction of the vehicle.
Officers found three overturned vehicles at the intersections of Bearfork Road and Dial Road in Prichard.
Sheriff's deputies observed that Lett-Hall's vehicle was on fire at the scene. Emergency response units worked to remove occupants from the fiery wreckage. Lett-Hall was treated for his injuries and has been booked at Mobile Metro Jail.

Two Prospect Heights men are facing over 40 additional criminal charges each, relating to the sexual assault of three more minors in recent months.
Christopher Wheeler, 30, and his brother Anthony, 25, of the 1300 block of Quaker Lane, Prospect Heights, were ordered by a Cook County Circuit Court judge to remain in custody without bond due to the allegations, police said.
Christopher Wheeler was charged this week with 12 counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault with force, 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse, 26 counts of child pornography and two counts of aggravated domestic battery.
Anthony Wheeler was charged with eight counts of criminal sexual assault with force, five counts of criminal sexual abuse and 31 counts of child pornography.
According to police, the new charges stem from revelations and evidence found as the result of executed search warrants leading to the identification of additional victims and documenting the abuse of the original children.
During the course of their investigation, Prospect Heights detectives searched the Wheeler residence and reported discovering numerous electronic storage devices and computers, which when forensically examined, revealed graphic and explicit images and videos from multiple incidents of sexual assault, during which both Wheelers engaged in sex acts with minor children.
In late March, they were both charged with multiple counts of criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual assault.
Police first came in contact with the two men on March 7 when a 15-year-old sought medical assistance after being sexually abused by the two at a home in the 1300 block of Quaker.
Police said the victim identified the Wheelers as the parents of a juvenile who recently became acquainted with the victim through a church in Chicago.
According to police, the victim reported being invited to visit his friend in Prospect Heights through texts and social media, after which the friend’s father, Christopher Wheeler, paid for the victim to take an Uber rideshare to the Wheeler home. There, according to police, pornography was watched and sexual conduct took place.
During the investigation, police said detectives became aware of two other juveniles (14 and 15 years in age) who were also friends of the Wheelers’ children.
According to police, these victims had also been invited to the home under various guises. Some were shown pornographic materials and provided alcohol before engaging in acts of sexual conduct with both Christopher and Anthony Wheeler, police said.
Police said bail was denied because both men, after being tipped off as potential suspects by a parallel DCFS investigation, fled to California with their adopted child and primary victim, where the investigation determined they purchased tickets to Mexico City in an attempt to thwart the investigation.
Detectives learning of the potentially compromised investigation, worked frantically to downplay the seriousness of the initial reported incident, which ultimately helped convince the Wheelers to return to the Chicago area, according to police.
“If it were not for the perseverance of the Prospect Heights investigative team, in particular the superb efforts and professionalism displayed by Det. Sgt. Mark Porlier and Det. Bill Caponigro, this case, the cruelest and most inhumane case of child sexual abuse ever investigated by the Prospect Heights Police Dept., would not have successfully been brought to a conclusion,” Police Chief Al Steffen said.
Both men are expected to appear in a Rolling Meadows courtroom Thursday, Nov. 2.
A Tilton man accused of sexual assault took a plea deal saying he was not going to put his teenage victim through the difficulties of a trial.
“I screwed up,” Charles Beckley, 54, told a judge. “People put trust in me, and that trust was broken. I knew better.”
Beckley was sentenced in Belknap County Superior Court in Laconia to 18 to 36 years in state prison for repeatedly sexually assaulting a 13-year-old and photographing the abuse. He also faces additional suspended prison time. As part of the plea deal, Beckley is eligible to have his minimum sentence reduced by four years upon successful completion of the prison’s sex offender treatment program.
However, the four-year reduction is not a guarantee, said Superior Court Chief Justice Tina Nadeau, who presided over the hearing. She explained that the state’s Department of Corrections will determine when it can accommodate Beckley for participation in the sex offender program. Beckley is also eligible to receive additional time off his minimum sentence if he completes other rehabilitative and educational programs.
He pleaded guilty to a total of eight charges: one count of aggravated felonious sexual assault, three counts of misdemeanor sexual assault, and two counts each of manufacture of child sexual abuse images and felonious sexual assault. He must register as a sex offender for life and is prohibited from having unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of 16.

Beckley, a father of two sons, was previously employed as the transfer station manager in Canterbury. He has no prior criminal record.
Tilton police began investigating Beckley in May after a woman reported that he had confided in her about the sexual abuse of the 13-year-old, according to an affidavit prepared by Detective Bryan Kydd-Keeler. As part of that investigation, police spoke with other young women known to Beckley, including a teenager who told authorities that Beckley had inappropriately touched her on several occasions in late 2016.
A grand jury indicted Beckley this summer on several sexual assault charges involving the 13-year-old. The girl disclosed during a forensic interview a pattern of sexual abuse that she said began in February and lasted several months, according to authorities.
Detectives executed a search warrant of Beckley’s Grange Road apartment in May and found sexually explicit photographs of the girl, Assistant Belknap County Attorney Melinda Siranian told the court.
The victim and her family were present for Beckley’s sentencing but chose not to speak. Siranian said she’d had extensive conversations with the girl, who was in favor of the pretrial resolution.
“I’m very impressed with the resiliency of both of these young ladies,” Siranian said of the 13-year-old and the other teenager who disclosed.
Nadeau echoed that sentiment prior to handing down Beckley’s prison sentence.
“I do want to say to the victims that you have amazing courage and amazing strength and amazing character, so don’t ever forget that,” she said. “This is the beginning of the hard work, I’m sure, but I want to give you credit because I think what you did is really hard.”

Tilton man faces 18 to 36 years in prison for sexual assault ALYSSA DANDREA Monitor staff October 25, 2017


Court documents say 37-year-old James McCall maintained a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old girl while he was her guardian. 

The documents say the frequency of the sexual acts increased throughout the period from June 1st until October 3rd.
Police say McCall made the victim feel guilty if she did not perform sex acts with him. 

McCall has been charged with a felony AA count of continuous sexual abuse of a child

He is being held on a $50,000 bond.

Florida native charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child in Williston  

KAUFMAN COUNTY (CBS11) – The Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office is investigating allegations of child sexual abuse.
An individual reported that his former baseball coach, Edward Mann had sexually abused him over the span of a couple of years while playing youth baseball in Able Springs in Kaufman County.
Kaufman County Investigators searched Mann’s home and the Ables Springs Fire Department and seized electronics and other digital media. Mann was arrested at his home for sex abuse of child and is currently in custody at the Kaufman County Jail on $25,000 bond.
Edward Mann is also the Fire Chief of the Ables Springs Volunteer Fire Department and has also been a youth league baseball coach in Terrell and a volunteer Athletic Trainer with Terrell High School. Investigators are working to identify any other possible victims or those who may have information that could help in this investigation.
Anyone with information is encouraged to the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Department at 972-932-9735 or a tip may be submitted to Kaufman County Crime Stoppers: (877) TIPS-KCC (847-7522) or click here.

Kaufman County Youth Baseball Coach Arrested For Sex Abuse Of A Child October 25, 2017

Michael Derek Thompson, 31, of Leigh Street, was jailed for a minimum of 17 years at Bolton Crown Court after pleading guilty to three rapes and two sexual assaults of children under the age of 13. 

The serial offender, originally from Bryn, has a history peppered with offences and has already been locked up at Forest Bank Prison in the past for beating his sister’s disabled partner with a baseball bat. 

The violent pervert received 17 years, 13 years and 13 years custodial sentences for each count of rape respectively, each to run concurrently. 

He also received four years for a fourth count of sexual assault. The fifth count of sexual assault is to lie on file. 

Thompson has also been given a lifelong Sexual Harm Prevention Order. He will serve 17 years and, if he is worthy of release at this time, will be made to serve a three-year period on licence. 

In his late teens, his reckless behaviour drove his own mother, Angela, to speak out about her fears for his future and others. Following a string of driving offences back in his youth, a desperate Angela warned police that her then 18-year-old son was a “danger to society”, telling officers how she had caught him on a stolen motorbike without a helmet and that he was driving various vehicles without a licence, insurance or a legitimate MOT in place. 

Her bravery led to her son’s arrest and incarceration. Speaking at the time, she said: “I am relieved and at the same time I’m not, as he is my son, but he deserves to be in prison for what he has done. “I want him to stay there for the remainder of his sentence. If he comes out early it might just happen all over again.” 

Just five years later in 2010, aged 23, Thompson was jailed again for the brutal attack on his sister’s former partner. The court heard how Thompson, along with two accomplices, burst into Darren Thompson’s home while he was lying unsuspecting on the couch and rained down on him with a baseball bat, causing him cuts and bruising. 

Thompson pleaded guilty to wounding with intent on the basis that he believed his sister had been the victim of domestic violence that day and in the past. 

On the day of his sentencing in June 2010, Thompson turned up to the court, but fled before his hearing to “say goodbye” to his young children. 

Whilst Thompson was in jail for the original offence, he admitted to stealing up to £3,000 of historic valuables from Winstanley Hall. 

Thompson who was 24 by this point was handed an 18-month prison term to add onto the two-and-a-half-year sentence he was already serving for wounding. 

The court was told that he had rung police from prison to say he wanted to confess to other crimes so he could make a fresh start and went with police in a patrol car to identify address which he had burgled. 

He also asked that 13 other offences be taken into account.



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