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CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- A convicted child sex trafficker from Colorado was sentenced to 472 years in prison, the longest sentence for a human trafficking case in U.S. history.
Brock Franklin, 31, was found guilty of 30 counts, including soliciting for child prostitution, sexual assault and kidnapping by an Arapahoe County jury in March.
Franklin recruited young girls and women and forced them into prostitution. There was physical abuse if they didn't cooperate.
He was one of seven people indicted by a statewide grand jury in 2015. Franklin was considered the leader of the human trafficking ring.
Three girls and five women cooperated with prosecutors during the case, which was brought under Colorado’s Organized Crime Control Act.
“I can’t begin to even explain what he did to my life,” one of the victims Breahannah Leary said.
Franklin walked into the courtroom calm and collected, he sat quietly as a judge read his fate.
One victim stood up and addressed the court herself.
“Reading it today, and speaking and actually saying how I felt, and him having hearing and have to sit there and listen and listen to me, that brought me so much joy and that’s why I came today,” Leary said.
Sex trafficking continues to be a problem.
"A 400 year sentence sends a strong message across the country that we're not going to tolerate this kind of violence to women and vulnerable populations," Janet Drake with the Colorado Attorney General's office said.
The indictment shows drugs were used to control these women and girls. They had to meet a daily quota. Franklin forced them to have sex with him, then he'd sell their services online.
The crimes happened at hotels all over the metro area.
The defense asked for the minimum sentence of 96 years. The victims and prosecution asked for more and that's what Franklin got, 472 years.
“He deserves every single minute in those walls,” Leary said.
Authorities believe more women were victimized.

Colorado child sex trafficker sentenced to longest human trafficking sentence in U.S. history NOVEMBER 21, 2017 ZORA STEPHENSON 

The District Attorney's Office said a Nashville man was sentenced to life in prison for the sexual battery of a young girl who was also his relative.
According to the DA's office, 63-year-old Luis Alvarez-Avila was sentenced to 90 years in prison. He was sentenced 10 years for each of the nine counts of aggravated sexual battery for a victim under 13.
Asst. DA Tammy Meade said he started abusing the girl when she was five years old and continued the abuse until she was 10.
“What he did changed this little girl’s life forever but not once did he apologize,” Meade said. “Alvarez-Avila wanted sympathy for himself but fortunately, the court saw otherwise.” 
He pleaded guilty to the charges in October and will serve his sentence with the Tennessee Department of Corrections.


PORTLAND, Ore. - A convicted sex offender has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison and lifetime supervised release in the sexual abuse of several children on the Warm Springs and Yakama Indian reservations, prosecutors said.
U.S. District Court Judge Michael Mosman in Portland imposed sentence on Ernest Colin Selam, 59, who pleaded guilty June 29 to charges related to the sexual molestation of minor relatives.
“This case demonstrates the ongoing need for compassionate and persistent investigation of child abuse in Indian Country,” said Billy J. Williams, United States Attorney for the District of Oregon. “We will continue to work tirelessly with our tribal partners to give voice to these vulnerable victims and provide justice for tribal nations.”
According to court documents, FBI agents in Washington state, along with YakamaNation Tribal detectives, arrested Selam on September 15, 2016 in Yakima, Washington after a multi-jurisdictional investigation revealed a long history of sexual abuse against minor children on the Warm Springs and Yakama Nation Indian reservations.
The investigation, undertaken jointly by tribal investigators and federal agents from the FBI’s Resident Agency in Bend, uncovered the sexual abuse of three minor Native American female victims.
Abuse allegations first became known in 2003, when one victim disclosed to a school that Selam had molested her years prior on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, prosecutors said.
The investigation stalled until April 2016, when a child in Yakima disclosed that the defendant had been molesting her. Investigators contacted the Warm Springs victim, by then an adult, who again recounted the instances of abuse that had occurred two decades earlier. Investigators later learned that Selam had also sexually abused a second victim in Warm Springs when she was a child.
Selam was indicted in federal court for the crimes committed against the now-adult victims in Oregon, and agreed to plead guilty to spare the minor child in Washington state from having to go to court.
At the time of his arrest, Selam was a registered sex offender for a previous conviction in the Warm Springs Tribal Court for sexually abusing two relatives in the early 1990s.
The investigation was led by the FBI’s Yakima Resident Agency in the Eastern District of Washington with tribal detectives from the Yakama Nation and Warm Springs Tribal Police who are certified federal task force officers through the FBI’s Safe Trails Task Force Program.
Also assisting in the investigation were agents from the FBI’s Resident Agency in Bend. The case was prosecuted by Paul T. Maloney, Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Oregon.
On March 3, 1994, the FBI initiated “Operation Safe Trails” with the Navajo Department of Law Enforcement in Flagstaff, Arizona. The purpose of the operation, which would later evolve into the Safe Trails Task Force (STTF) Program, was to unite the FBI with other federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies in a collaborative effort to combat the growth of crime in Indian Country.
STTFs allow participating agencies to combine limited resources and increase investigative coordination in Indian Country to target violent crime, drugs, gangs, and gaming violations.


A Logan County school board has fired its superintendent following accusations earlier this year of sexual misconduct with a teenage girl.
Indian Lake Local School District’s board approved the firing of Patrick O’Donnell, 52, at its Monday meeting on grounds that he could not continue to lead the district even if acquitted of 14 felony charges including rape, sexual battery and gross sexual imposition.
According to a statement released by the board, “members have not taken any position as to O’Donnell’s guilt or innocence relative to the pending criminal proceedings.” His case is set for trial Dec. 6-8 in Logan County Common Pleas Court.
The board rejected the position of the Ohio Department of Education that it wait until after O’Donnell’s trial to determine if punishment was warranted.
O’Donnell’s wife, Heather, 46, who is on leave as superintendent of the Midwest Regional Educational Service Center in Bellefontaine, faces felony counts of endangering a child for not reporting the allegations.
According to an affidavit filed by police in June, the girl, now 13, told Logan County Children Services that she had been sexually abused by Patrick O’Donnell over the past several years.
“This case rests solely on the word of his (accuser), with nothing to corroborate the charges,” Sam Shamansky, the couple’s attorney, said Friday.

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COTTONWOOD, Calif. - The Tehama County Sheriff's Office is investigating a man they believe sexually abused several Tehama County juveniles. They are also seeking for any victims to come forward and speak to the Detective Dada with the Sheriff's Office.
According to officials, Scott McLaughlin, 49, of Cottonwood, has been under investigation concerning reports of sexual abuse of minors. Investigators believe that some of the assaults may have occurred in the Marysville area as well as around Cottonwood. 
Deputies believe that McLaughlin became friendly with several minors involved in dirt bike racing. He would then entice them to his residence in Cottonwood for sleepovers and target shooting. 
While the minors were at his house, McLaughlin provided them with marijuana and alcohol prior to and during his sexual assault of them. After the fact, McLaughlin is believed to have threatened to kill the minors if they came forward and reported the abuse. 
Detectives arrested McLaughlin, and a search of his house found numerous guns. 
McLaughlin was booked into the Tehama County Jail and his bail was set at $5 million. 
McLaughlin is being charged with sodomy with force, assault with intent to commit rape, child cruelty, and more. 
Anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to contact Detective Chad Dada, either by email (cdada@tehamaso.org) or by calling 530-529-7940.


A 30-year-old man indicted on charges of raping a child in Milford has been captured, according to the U.S. Marshals Office.
Carlos Gonzalez-Valesquez, was arrested by U.S. Marshals at a residence near Richmond, Virginia.
Gonzalez-Valesquez was wanted by Milford Police Department since February 2014, Michael McGowan, U.S. Marshal for the District of Delaware said in a statement.
In September of 2017, Gonzalez-Valesquez was indicted by a Sussex County Superior Court Grand Jury on 27 counts, including first-degree rape of a victim under the age of 12, sexual abuse of a child by a person of trust and endangering the welfare of a child. 
Once Gonzalez-Valesquez became a fugitive, in 2014, a request was made to the U.S. Marshals First State Fugitive Task Force.  Several leads were followed, however, the case went cold. 
Recent information developed by Milford police was passed to the fugitive task force, which sent investigators to Virginia.  
With the new information, investigators established surveillance in the 100 block of N. Laburnum Avenue near Richmond, McGowan said. On Monday, investigators saw Gonzalez-Valesquez and arrested him without incident. 
Gonzalez-Valesquez, who initially provided a false name, remains in Virginia awaiting extradition to Delaware, McGowan said.


Child rapist Lea Dean will now remain behind bars for longer after carrying out a horrific sex attack on a teenager.
The predatory father-of-two was locked up for six years after he was found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl.
But the Solicitor General, Robert Buckland QC, referred his sentence to London's Appeal Court arguing that it should have been much tougher.
Now three senior judges have agreed the sentence was ‘too soft’ - ruling that eight years behind bars was the least Dean deserved.
Lord Justice Holroyde told the court the attack left the defendant’s victim feeling 'hurt, disgusted, stupid, worthless and a whole lot more'.
In a victim impact statement she said: "I know I have to live with this for the rest of my life and that scares me.”
Dean, of Parton Grove, Weston Coyneywas convicted of rape and admitted four counts of sexual activity with a child, involving a second teenager, aged 15, at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court on September 7.
Paul Jarvis, for the Solicitor General, said the rape victim was 'particularly vulnerable'.
There was also a 'significant disparity in age' between Dean and the other victim, added the barrister.
The six-year-jail term 'should have been, we submit, considerably higher', he told the court.
Barry White, for Dean, claimed the crown court judge 'was best placed having heard the trial' to pass the correct sentence.
Lord Justice Holroyde said Dean, of previous good character, was a 'young offender who is experiencing prison for the time'.

But the judge, sitting with Sir John Royce and Judge Jeremy Carey, went on to rule the six-year sentence "unduly lenient'.
He concluded: "The least total sentence appropriate in these circumstances would be one of eight years."

The NSPCC welcomed the tougher sentence.
The Sentinel has teamed up with the NSPCC to promote the charity’s Light up Christmas for Children campaign.
A spokesman said: “Sexual abuse can have a devastating impact on victims that lasts through adulthood.
“It is therefore vital that the survivors in this case get all the necessary support as they attempt to move forward with their lives.
“We would urge anyone concerned about a child to speak out, as it could ensure they get the help they need.”
Speaking after the case, Detective Constable Andy Hayes, of Staffordshire Police’s Child Exploitation Team, said: “It has been shown that Lea Dean has an unhealthy, sexual interest in young girls.
I would like to acknowledge the bravery of the victims in this case for coming forward to give evidence against this predator.

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MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) - A Marietta man faces felony rape and other charges after investigators say he admitted to multiple sex acts with a 13-year-old girl.
Washington County Sheriff's detectives say that on Nov. 18 they began a sexual-assault investigation.
Detectives interviewed the victim on Nov. 20, at which time she told them that Brian Patrick Hardie, 32, kissed her and touched her inappropriately at her home in Washington County.
She told deputies when she refused, he attempted to force her to perform a sex act.
She claims Hardie also told her to use his iPhone to take an explicit photo, which she did.
The victim also stated Hardie had sexually abused several other times between Aug. 18 and Nov. 18.
Detectives say they interviewed Hardie at his home in Marietta on Nov. 21 and that he admitted to that the abuse happened and that he knew the victim was 12 or 13 years old.
He also told deputies that the girl had performed a sex act on him "about three months ago" and also that he had an explicit photo of her on his phone. Deputies say he deleted the photo before they could question him about it.
Hardie is charged with first-degree felony rape, third-degree gross sexual imposition and third-degree tampering with evidence.


ROLLA, MO– A Rolla man was has been charged with nine counts of statutory sodomy after he sexually abused three children under the age of 12 over the course of several months in 2015.
Cregg A. Snyder, 50, was indicted on November 14, 2017, and arrested on November 20.
In March 2016, Rolla police began investigating a series of reported child molestation incidents that occurred between January and July 2015. The three children told authorities about multiple incidents of sexual abuse by a known family acquaintance, identified as Snyder, that occurred at a home in Rolla and in St. James, Mo.
Snyder is in Phelps County Jail on a $500,000 bond.
If anyone has more information in the case, contact Rolla Detective Sergeant Hank Harper at (573) 308-1213 or call the department’s Confidential Tip Line at (573) 364-0111.
NORMAN — A Lexington man has been charged with sexually abusing two relatives dating back to 2009.
Anthony Scott Moser, 47, was charged with 17 felonies including first-degree rape of a child under 14, performing lewd or indecent acts with a child and child sexual abuse in connection the sexual abuse of two children.
According to a probable cause affidavit for arrest, on Nov. 15, Purcell Police Department detectives interviewed Moser in regard to the allegations.
During the interview, Moser confessed to sexually assaulting to the two victims numerous times. He admitted to forcing both victims to perform sexual acts, the affidavit read.
According to a report from the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, the state saw 15,187 children cases of child abuse and neglect in Fiscal Year 2016, including 689 victims from Cleveland County.
State statistics also show that 80 percent of perpetrators were family members.
According to the CDC, younger children are the most vulnerable to abuse, with about 24 percent of victims being a year old or younger.
Oklahoma court records reveal Moser has no previous criminal record. He is being held in the Cleveland County jail on $1,000,000 bond.

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