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sabato 11 novembre 2017


COLWYN, Pa. (WPVI) -- A man is facing child rape charges in a disturbing case out of Delaware County.

Michael Cripps, of Colwyn, Pa., is accused of sexually abusing five children dating back seven years, some as young as 5-years-old.

According to District Attorney Jack Whelan, Cripps would befriend women who had young boys in their custody and use that relationship to assault the boys.

"Make no mistake. This is a serious child predator," said Whelan.

Investigators also said Monday, Cripps had a side business in which he would dress up as cartoon characters for children's parties.

There was no immediate indication he met any of the victims through those parties.

He advertised the business through social media sites such as Facebook, and there are several photos of Cripps with young boys. Authorities are trying to track them down.

Five victims have been identified so far, but authorities fear there may be more.

"We are very concerned that we are just at the tip of the iceberg here in Delaware County," said Whelan.

Whelan said Cripps lived in 17 residences over the years. He said one adult, a man in his 20s, recently came forward after hearing about other victims, saying he too was abused by Cripps.

"He was able to detail numerous sexual encounters," said Whelan. "Very graphic."

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Delaware County District Attorney's Office.

Delaware County DA: Child rape suspect dressed up for children's parties October 31 2017

A 13-year-old Perth girl pimped out by her father thought Alfred John Impicciatore was going to help her dad to get rid of another man who she believed was blackmailing her father so he could sexually abuse her.
Instead, the 47-year-old, on trial in the Perth District Court on Tuesday, raped the girl in March 2015 on her father's bed as the father watched, the state prosecuting lawyer alleged.
In a harrowing video played to the court of the softly spoken girl being interviewed by detectives in April 2015, she described the time a "chubby man", who the state alleges is Mr Impicciatore, visited her home.
"He took me into the bedroom and had sex with me," she said.
"He told me to lie down on the bed and he got on top of me.
"He was doing the same thing for about half an hour... then he got dressed, talked to my dad and left."
The girl described how her father was in the bedroom during the alleged abuse to "make sure she was ok".
"He was just making sure I was ok...," she said.
"[He was] calming me down, making sure they weren't too violent or rough."
Mr Impicciatore sat in the dock during the first day of the trial, but did not watch the video recorded interview with the girl, instead turning away and reading notes.
The girl believed he was at her house to help her father get rid of another man who had sexually abused her and drugged her on three previous occasions and who she believed was threatening her father.
"He was really demanding, he wanted to get his way otherwise he wouldn't be happy," the girl said about the encounters with the threatening man.
"If I cried he would get upset, so I'd close my eyes.
"My dad wanted to get rid of him and see why he wanted what he wanted... he didn't want to do it alone, my dad wanted someone to back him up so that's why he got the other guy."
The state alleges Mr Impicciatore sexually penetrated the girl four times during the encounter.
It will rely on the girl's evidence, his alleged confession to police while being interviewed and DNA found on a condom wrapper at the house allegedly belonging to Mr Impicciatore.
The former builder and father has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
During a police interview with Mr Impicciatore conducted on May 14 2015, he admitted he knew the girl through meeting her father on an messenger app called Kik.
He also admitted having ads online looking for women.
"I had other ads on the internet, looking for girls, women," he said.
"When I spoke to him on Kik he was talking about sex and stuff.
"He said she [his daughter] was 17 to me, that he was having a thing with her."
In response to several of the detectives' questions about whether he had sexual contact with the girl, he answered no comment, or was silent.
At one point one of the detectives told Mr Impicciatore the seriousness of the allegations against the girl's father.
"We're talking about a 13-year-old girl that's getting prostituted by her father, that's the bottom line here," she said.
The playing of the police interview will resume at 2.15pm.
Mr Impicciatore is being trialled by judge-alone.
The trial continues.

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ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - An Abilene man is currently on trial for a graphic sexual assault of a child case and two other child sex crimes. 
Jury selection is underway in the trial of Howard Sturgis, 56, charged with Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child, and two counts of Indecency with a Child. 
Sturgis and his codefendant, Chelsea Diaz, 29, are accused of subjecting two young girls to various acts of sexual abuse for years. Diaz does not have a trial date set until January. 
Court documents claim one victim told detectives the couple would make the children sniff "spray" from a rag during some of these incidents.
Additional details on the allegations surrounding this case, which are explicit and should be read with discretion, can be found in a previous article published on
Another charge was issued after a victim came forward and claimed Sturgis sexually assaulted her several times a year for three years beginning in May of 2007, and a third charge was issued after an additional victim told detectives Sturgis had inappropriate sexual contact with her for years beginning when she was 8-years-old in 1993. 
Sturgis is being held in the Taylor County Jail on bonds totaling $400,000. 

OSWEGO, N.Y. -- An Oswego man was sentenced to state prison for sexually abusing a child in 2016.
Marquis Andrews, 25, was found guilty in September of two counts of first-degree sexual abuse, a felony, by an Oswego County jury. He was sentenced to seven years in prison with 10 years of post-release supervision, according to Oswego County District Attorney Gregory Oakes. 
Andrews was also sentenced to one year for two separate misdemeanor counts of second-degree sexual abuse, Oakes said.
Andrews subjected a female child to sexual contact on two occasions during the summer and fall of 2016, according to prosecutors. The victim was 12 years old during the first incident and had turned 13 years old by the second incident.
Assistant District Attorney Courtney Haviland prosecuted the case for the Oswego County District Attorney's Office. Attorney Michael Cianfarano, of Oswego, and Attorney Edward Dunn, of Marcellus, represented Andrews at trial.
After sentencing, Oakes commended the victim for her bravery throughout the proceedings.
"She showed tremendous courage and fought hard to make sure the truth came out," Oakes said. "I'm incredibly proud of her."
Oakes said that he hopes this case provides encouragement to other victims who want to disclose their own sexual abuse.
"Police and prosecutors are willing to listen, to believe and to help," Oakes said.

Oswego man sentenced to 7 years in prison for sexually abusing child October 30, 2017 Sarah Moses

A Yerington man has been found guilty of three counts of sexual assault on a child, one count of lewdness with a child under 14, and one count of open and gross lewdness following a week long jury trial, according to Lyon County District Attorney Stephen Rye.
Arlyn David Hogarth, 81, was charged with sexually abusing two girls during two different time periods.
On two of the sexual assault counts, Hogarth faces a possible sentence of life in prison with the eligibility of parole coming after 20 years or a definite term of 20 years with parole eligibility after five years. On the lewdness with a child charge, he faces life in prison with the eligibility of parole after ten years. On the sexual assault charges, Hogarth faces life in prison with parole eligibility after 25 years.
The Third Judicial Court will sentence Hogarth on a date to be determined. 
District Attorney Stephen Rye commented, "the victims in these cases suffer first with the abuse and then having to relive the abuse in criminal trial. The strength and courage of the victims in this case is remarkable. Because of their courage, the prosecution could move forward and the jury could render the guilty verdicts in this case. We often overlook the sacrifices that are made by victims and the difficulty in bringing these offenders to justice."

A 27-year-old homeless man was sentenced to prison for sexually assaulting two minor girls in Mount Holly last year, authorities said.
David Ragone, 27, who previously lived in Mount Holly, according to court records, pleaded guilty in March to one count of first-degree aggravated sexual assault and another count of second-degree sexual assault.
Per the terms of a plea deal, Ragone was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Jeanne T. Covert at the Burlington County Courthouse in Mount Holly to 25 years in prison without the chance for parole, according to Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina.
An investigation found that Ragone was intoxicated when he encountered two girls playing near railroad tracks in April 2016, authorities said. The victims tried to flee, but Ragone threatened to kill them if they resisted, according to the Prosecutor's Office.
Police were called when the victims, whose identities are being withheld, returned home. Ragone was then arrested.
Ragone pleaded guilty to charges that involved victims under age 13, according to court records. The remaining charges in the 17-count indictment, including kidnapping and terroristic threats, were dismissed as part of the deal.
Ragone, who has been held in jail since his arrest, was sentenced to 10 years for the second-degree offense, which will be served at the same time as the 25 years for the first-degree crime.
“Our thoughts continue to focus on the well-being of the victims,” Coffina said. “No sentence for this predator can erase the horror that these two girls experienced. But hopefully this outcome brings them comfort and serves as a source from which they can draw strength and resilience.”
The case was investigated by the Prosecutor’s Office's Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Unit and the Mount Holly Police Department.
Ragone has previous convictions for aggravated assault on a corrections officer in 2014, theft in 2012 and criminal trespass in 2010. He also has municipal court convictions for criminal trespass and criminal mischief in 2010, according to records.

Homeless man gets 25 years for sexual assault of 2 minors Rose Krebs October 31 2017

A judge sentenced a Shelbyville man found guilty of predatory criminal sexual assault against a child to 20 years in prison.
Judge Kimberly Koester said Michael Harding's repetitive behavior led her to her decision. He was facing six to 60 years.
"It's almost in every decade of your life," she told Harding, 37. "This is a cause for concern for the court."
Prosecuting attorney Lorinda Lamken said a pre-sentence report revealed Harding was charged with child molestation when he was 16 and living in Missouri.
While in Pennsylvania, he pleaded guilty to corrupting a minor, Lamken said. The charge alleged that Harding, 27 at the time, forced a 6-year-old girl to watch pornographic videos with him. It was also alleged that Harding performed oral sex on her.
In the Shelby County case for which Harding was sentenced Monday, it was alleged that he digitally penetrated a 10-year-old girl "many times," Lamken said.
The victim, now 13, talked about how Harding's abuse affected her.
"I thought it was my fault it happened," she told the court. "I lost sleep and still lose a lot of sleep because I'm scared I'll wake up with someone next to me. I think he should be locked away from children."
Carissa Smith, a former officer with the Shelbyville Police Department, said she interviewed the victim's younger cousin during her investigation. Smith said that the girl, 8, accused Harding of having anal sex with her. No charges were filed in connection with that girl. Lamken said her young age would make it difficult to prove.
Harding's mother, Wanda, also spoke Monday. She said Harding had grown up around her alcoholic husband, who abused her.
"My son was always by my side," she said, choking up. "A very good, loving son."
She dabbed her nose with a tissue and added: "Michael has a heart of gold. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. I know my son is innocent. In my heart, I know my son is innocent."
Defense attorney Walter Lookofsky argued that Harding's tough life and lack of counseling warranted a sentence in the lower range. Lookofsky pointed to Harding being given cannabis at three years old and living in a house after it was ravaged by a fire as examples of what he endured.
"Michael's life has not been easy," he said.
Lookofsky wasn't satisfied with the decision Monday.
"We're going to file an appeal today," Lookofsky said afterward.
Lamken, however, was satisfied with the outcome. She had asked for a 25-year sentence.
"I think the sentence was warranted based on the repeat offenses against young children," she said, in an interview outside the courtroom. "I think we have a duty to protect young children in our society, and I believe the only way to do that is giving him a long sentence."

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 25-year-old Riverton man who was arrested last year for sexually assaulting a teenage girl was indicted by a Burlington County Grand Jury.
Tyler J. Chrupcala, of the 200 block of Elm Avenue, was indicted on four counts of Sexual Assault (Second Degree) and one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Third Degree).
The offense occurred at a residence in Riverton in November 2016. Chrupcala was arrested following an investigation that was initiated when the victim contacted police. At the time of his arrest, Chrupcala was employed as a police officer with the Camden County Police Department.
Details of the crime, along with the victim’s name, age and the location of the offense, are being withheld to protect the identity of the victim.
The case is being prosecuted by Assistant Prosecutor Stephen Eife, supervisor of the BCPO
Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Unit, which investigated the crime.

Riverton Man Indicted for Sexual Assault of a Minor October 31 2017

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Bernalillo County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 62-year-old man on multiple counts of sexually abusing three young girls, according to a criminal complaint.

James Highfield faces three counts of criminal sexual penetration of a child under 13 years old, three other counts of criminal sexual contact of a minor, and three kidnapping counts.

An investigator with the BCSO Special Victims Unit received a report of the possible abuse. The criminal complaint details incidents where Highfield touched the girls in a sexual manner and photographed them.

One incident involved Highfield sleeping with a 4-year-old girl while the others involved two 8-year-olds, the police report states. Authorities spoke with the girls in a safehouse interview where they described the incidents in graphic detail.

Deputies spoke with Highfield where he reportedly cooperated, admitting to the abuses.

"James became emotional as he confessed his actions, and advised that he did not have intentions of hurting the girls," the complaint states. "Shortly before ending our interview, James requested to write an apology letter to the girls and was afforded the opportunity to do so.

Highfield has previous convictions for sexual abuse, one involving a minor in South Carolina from 1997 and another in Alabama from 2002. BCSO investigators learned Highfield failed to follow his conditions of being a sex offender when did not provide his Albuquerque address or disclose his employment.

Registered sex offender arrested for abusing children, BCSO says J.R. Oppenheim October 30, 2017

COVINGTON, La. (AP) — A 66-year-old Louisiana man has been convicted of sexually abusing two girls — a 5-year-old and a girl abused starting when she was 8 years old.
District Attorney Warren Montgomery said in a news release that a jury convicted Charles Pineda of Covington on two counts of sexual battery of a child under age 13.
He says Pineda was a family friend.
Montgomery says the older girl's abuse began in 2008 and ended in 2012, when she turned 12. He says the younger girl was abused in October 2014.
District Judge Raymond Childress scheduled sentencing Dec. 12. Montgomery says Pineda faces up to 99 years in prison — and a minimum of 25 years without probation, parole or suspended sentence.


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