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lunedì 4 dicembre 2017


A “monster” who sexually abused a teenage girl over a three year period after plying her with drugs and alcohol has been locked up.
Andrew Morley will spend nine and half years behind bars and will spend four years on an extended licence for his horrific treatment of the girl.
Morley, 49, of Borth Road, Porthmadog, had initially denied the offences and was due to stand trial at Caernarfon Crown Court last month.

But on the day his victim was due to give evidence he skipped bail.
After he was arrested he changed his pleas and admitted 12 charges of sexual activity with a child. He also admitted two charges of possessing prohibited images of children.
The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, read an emotional victim impact statement in open court.
Close to tears at times she said the effects of the abuse would “stick with me like a cancerous growth” for the rest of her life.
Describing Morley as a “monster” she said she had attempted to kill herself on more than one occasion.
Judge Huw Rees told Morley: “You abused her to satisfy, selfishly, your own sexual needs.
“You entered guilty pleas as late as late can be. She had prepared to give evidence but did not have to do so publicly.”
The judge added there were aggravating features including grooming the girl and causing her severe psychological harm.

Simon Rogers, prosecuting, said the offences occurred in two periods from October 2005 until July 2006 and again from October 2007 until July 2010.
Owen Edwards, defending, said Morley understood what he had done and realised the harm he had caused.
“Through me he indicates he knows how serious this is. He knows he is the cause of the damage to this woman.
“He understands he will receive a significant sentence,” the barrister said.
In addition to the jail term Morley will be the subject of an indefinite sexual harm prevention order and his details will be included on the sex offenders’ register for life.

HUNTINGTON - The West Virginia Supreme Court of appeals has denied a request to overturn the 2016 conviction of a man who admitted to police he had sexually assaulted a 3-year-old child.
Rodney Dwayne Clagg, 24, was convicted by Cabell Circuit Judge Paul T. Farrell of two counts each of first-degree sexual assault, sexual abuse by a person in trust and incest during a 2016 bench trial. Farrell sentenced Clagg to an 80- to 270-year prison sentence, but it was later reduced to a 40- to 85-year prison sentence with the maximum allowed 50 years of special supervised release after the sentence completion.
The assault occurred in October 2015 at Clagg's home in the 1100 block of 28th Street in Huntington.
During the trial, a video confession was played by the West Virginia State Police where Clagg admitted to penetrating the victim twice in the vaginal area while helping her use the bathroom. The victim was staying at Clagg's home under the care of a family friend while her mother worked. The victim disclosed the incident to her great-aunt, who immediately told the child's mother.
The child was taken to Cabell Huntington Hospital for a sexual assault examination and a sexual assault kit was taken. According to assistant prosecutor Kellie Neal, male DNA was found in the crotch area of the pants and forensic examiners indicated the defendant could not be excluded as the source of the DNA.
In appealing to the Supreme Court for the conviction to be overturned, defense attorney Gina Stanley argued the court had made an error in finding Clagg was the child's custodian at the time of the assault and that Neal failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt Clagg had sexually assaulted and abused the child and committed incest.
The Supreme Court justices unanimously tossed down both arguments made.
While the victim was not immediately placed in Clagg's care, he became a custodian the moment he took physical possession of her to accompany the child to use the restroom, the justices said. The justices also pointed to Clagg's own recorded confession to West Virginia State Police that he had sexually penetrated the young child's sex organ as proof the petitioner committed the crime.
Clagg is housed at Mount Olive Correctional Center. He will be eligible for parole in 2055, according to the West Virginia Division of Corrections' website.

According to San Bernardino County sheriff's officials, on May 23, deputies responded to a call regarding a sex crime with a child and gathered information from two underage victims who said they were kidnapped and raped.

Upon investigation, deputies identified the suspects in the case as Ubler Garcia, a 28-year-old resident of Mentone, and Briam Lasaro Quintanillagarcia, a 19-year-old from San Bernardino.

Officials said Garcia and Quintanillagarcia used a social media application to lure the victims to meet them. After meeting at a specific place, the suspects kidnapped the victims and took them to a secluded area, where both were raped by the suspects, officials said.

After arrest warrants were obtained, Quintanillagarcia was arrested on Nov. 2 and booked into the West Valley Detention Center. Garcia was taken into custody on Nov. 7 and booked at the Central Detention Center. Both are being held on $800,000 bond.

Sheriff's officials said the suspects may have met other juveniles using social media and may have used a nickname of "Webs."

Anyone who suspects that the suspects may have committed a crime against them, they are urged to contact the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department at 909-387-3545.

2 suspects arrested in kidnapping, rape of underage victims in Grand Terrace November 27, 2017

GOLTRY – A 36-year-old Alfalfa County woman previously charged with felony child neglect was charged Nov. 22 with three new felonies on suspicion of enabling child sexual abuse, according to court documents. 
A 45-year-old Alfalfa County man was charged with six felonies related to the reported child sexual abuse, according to court records. 
Heather Jean Sharp was charged Nov. 15 with a felony count of child neglect. On Nov. 22, Sharp was charged with three new felonies, including two counts of enabling child sexual abuse and one count of failure to report child sexual abuse, according to court documents filed in Alfalfa County. 
The enabling child sexual abuse felonies are each punishable by life in prison and/or a fine of between $500 to $5,000. Failure to report child sexual abuse felony is punishable by up to two years in prison and a fine up to $1,000, according to court documents. The first child neglect felony is punishable by up to life in prison or by up to one year in county jail, a fine $500 to $5,000, or both fine and imprisonment. 
Michael Edward James was charged Nov. 17 with first-degree rape of a victim under age 14, two counts of rape by instrumentation and three counts of lewd molestation, according to court documents.
The first-degree rape is punishable by a minimum of five years in prison, and the rape by instrumentation charges are each punishable by five years in prison to life without parole, according to court documents. Each of the three lewd molestation charges are punishable by three to 20 years in prison. 
In the first probable cause affidavit filed Nov. 15, Sharp was accused of failing to report or protect an 8-year-old girl from sexual abuse by a boy. According to the Nov. 22 affidavit with the three new charges, Sharp is accused of "permitting an adult male to engage and participate in Sex (sic)" with a 13-year-old girl. 
The girl told Sharp about the sexual abuse, but the child said Sharp did not do anything about the reported abuse, according to both affidavits. 
While the two girls were being taken to a sexual abuse examination, the older girl told officials that James had sexually assaulted her numerous times, and the examination revealed signs of sexual abuse, according to the affidavit. 
Sharp told investigators on Nov. 15 that in July, she saw the older girl come out of her room with James, and the girl told Sharp that James had sexually abused her, and James told Sharp he was "teaching her about sex," according to the affidavit.
In another earlier incident, Sharp told officials she caught James on top of the older girl, sexually abusing her, according to the affidavit. Sharp said James told her he was "teaching her about what boys might do," according to the affidavit.
Sharp told investigators she thought James might be having sex with the older girl, but did not ask him to leave because he had nowhere to go, and that he "does things for her," according to the affidavit. 
In an interview, the older girl detailed a number of sexual abuse incidents perpetrated by James spanning several years, according to the affidavit.
On Nov. 15, when law enforcement officials went to speak with James and Sharp about the reported sexual abuse, James had a seizure upon being notified of the allegations, according to the affidavit, and was taken to the hospital, where the doctor believed James to be "faking" his symptoms, although James also was tested positive for methamphetamine. 
In a different incident on Nov. 13, a boy sexually assaulted the younger 8-year-old girl in the residence, according to the affidavit. Sharp walked into the bedroom and observed the boy putting his hands into the girl’s pants, told him to stop, then left the room.
In a later interview with the boy, he admitted to having sex with the 8-year-old girl, according to the affidavit. 
The boy had previous incident of inappropriate sexual behavior, including taking pictures of his genitals on multiple occasions and showing other students, according to the affidavit, and the incidents were handled only by school officials. 
Both incidents involved the manufacture of and possession of child pornography,” the affidavit reads.
On Nov. 13, law enforcement viewed the camera application on the boy’s school-issued iPad, and found numerous “hard core” sexually explicit photos of adults, first accessed and saved on Sept. 4, 2013, through Nov. 13, 2017, according to the affidavit.
Sharp admitted she was aware of all the reported incidents, and later provided a handwritten statement, according to the affidavit.

PLYMOUTH — Sheriff’s deputies on Nov. 21 arrested a rural Plymouth man on multiple counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a child.

According to McDonough County Sheriff Rick VanBrooker, deputies arrested Nathan M. Henness, 30, after investigating “improper touching” of children. The incidents occurred from 2014-2017 and involved two children younger than 10. The incidents are to have occurred at Country Care Daycare, 1880 N. 450th Road in Plymouth. VanBrooker said the daycare is operated by Henness’ mother. VanBrooker told the Voice that a victim had come forward with the information on the abuse.

Henness was lodged in McDonough County Jail on seven counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. His bond is set at $150,000 with 10 percent to apply for release. The sheriff’s office and DCFS were assisted by the McDonough County State’s Attorney’s Office in the investigation.

Illinois Department of Child and Family Services is conducting an investigation. An initial record search by staff at the Chicago DCFS office noted the daycare’s license as still being active as of Monday morning. 

A call by the Voice to the communications department in the DCFS Chicago office for clarification revealed the daycare is now under a “protective plan.“

According to Alissandra Calderón, associate deputy director of communications for DCFS, “the daycare has been placed on a protective plan that does not allow for the provider to provide care in her home or anyplace else — pending the outcome of this investigation.”
Jackson County Sheriff's Office arrested William Wade McDonald, 52, on charges of sexual abuse of children.
Detectives say the McDonald was jailed last week on those charges, but more victims may not have come forward yet. McDonald is charged with two counts of first degree unlawful sexual penetration and four counts of first degree sexual abuse.
Investigators learned the abuse happened over a period of years that McDonald knew through family and friends. He lived in the Gold Hill area for at least 16 years - most recently in his vehicle.
McDonald's bail is set at $500,000.

RYE, NH (WGME) – A New Hampshire man faces 40 charges, accused of sexually assaulting girls.
Police say there are five victims, some as young as nine years old.
Police say these assaults happened over a three to six-month period
They say 70-year-old Richard Racette is not related to any of the victims and he's now facing dozens of sex charges.
Police say at this time five victims, the youngest being nine and the oldest being 15, have come forward with allegations Racette sexually assaulted them. According to the indictment, Racette raped, sexually assaulted and photographed the girls.
Police say he gave them all alcohol and threatened to stab some of them if they told anyone.
Rye police say one brave little girl came forward, which launched their investigation alongside the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County.
They say that led them to the other fourvictims, and there may be more out there.
Racette is out on $75,000 bail, and is subject to electronic monitoring.
Until he appears in court again, he can't be out after 6 p.m., use the internet or have contact with anyone under age of 18.

QUINCY -- A Quincy man who was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections in September 2013 after pleading guilty to aggravated criminal sexual abuse has been found to be a sexually violent person.
The Illinois attorney general's office announced that after the Adams County jury made the finding, Judge Scott Larson ordered Donald Rick Pruett, 57, to remain in custody of the Illinois Department of Human Services. Under the Sexually Violent Persons Commitment Act, the Illinois attorney general's office prosecutes cases seeking to commit offenders to the Department of Human Services. To be committed, a person must have been convicted of a sexually violent offense and suffer from a mental disorder, and prosecutors must prove that the offender is likely to commit future acts of sexual violence if released from custody.
Pruett was arrested Feb. 19, 2013, after a 21-hour standoff with the Quincy Police Department. Detectives arrived at his home, 1718 Center Granview, to interview him as part of an ongoing investigation related to sexual abuse involving a young child.
The attorney general's office said Pruett's 2013 conviction stemmed from the sexual abuse of a 9-year-old girl who lived in his neighborhood.
In 2002, Pruett was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of a child for abusing a 4-year-old boy. Court records show those charges were later dropped. During the investigation, law enforcement interviewed a girl who described being sexually abused by Pruett in 1999 when she was about 6 years old and was left in his care. Investigators also reportedly spoke with two adult sisters who described being sexually abused by Pruett when they were approximately ages 6 and 8.
Pruett is being held in the Sexually Violent Person Treatment and Detention Facility in Rushville, pending a dispositional hearing in March 2018.

Quincy man involved in 2013 standoff found to be sexually violent person Nov. 27, 2017

A Lake County man accused of sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl he met on social media agreed to a plea deal that could put him in prison for up to four years.

Steve W. Spoerl, 54, of the 24700 block of West Townline Road near Round Lake, pleaded guilty in front of Lake County Judge Victoria Rossetti to two counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

Spoerl is eligible to receive day-for-day credit while serving his prison sentence and already has credit for 168 days he has served in Lake County jail since his arrest earlier this year.

After finishing the four-year prison sentence, Spoerl must serve another 18 months of periodic imprisonment, said Assistant Lake County Assistant State's Attorney Eric Kalata.

He'll spend that time in the Lake County jail, going free only for work, to search for work, for court appearances, or to meet with attorneys or doctors. If he complies with requirements during his periodic imprisonment, he could go before Rossetti and ask that the rest of the sentence be lifted.

Spoerl must also spend two years on probation, perform 200 hours of public service, go through sex offender evaluation and register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, Kalata said.

A third count of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and charges of possession of child pornography and soliciting child pornography were dropped in exchange for the plea deal.

Kalata said in court that Spoerl connected with the teen girl over a social media app called "Whisper." Using the app, Spoerl arranged a meeting with the teen, then took her to a Waukegan motel where sex acts took place, Kalata said.

The family of the teen filed a missing-person report, Kalata said. Three days later, the victim -- a diabetic who had not been taking her medication -- reached out to a friend through social media, saying she needed help.

Police traced the a communication to Spoerl's house, where he was arrested, Kalata said. 

The girl slipped into a diabetic coma and was taken to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge for treatment.

Spoerl has been held in Lake County jail on $1 million bail since his arrest in June.

KUANTAN: A lorry attendant was hauled before the sessions court to face rape charges involving his two underage female neighbours.
Mohd Azhar Sharidan claimed trial to two counts of raping the girls, aged four and eight, on two separate occasions at their housing settlement of Taman Seri Mahkota Aman, Batu 11 here this year.
The 25-year-old is accused of raping the younger girl at a water tank between 5pm and 7pm in May.
He is also alleged to have raped the older girl at an oil palm plantation between 5pm and 7pm in August.
The girls' fathers lodged police reports on Nov 6, leading to his arrest two days later.
Azhar faces a maximum jail term of 30 years and whipping if found guilty under Section 376 (2) of the Penal Code.
Judge Datuk Unaizah Mohd denied bail and fixed Jan 5 next year for mention.
Deputy public prosecutor Shahrul Ekhsan Hassim prosecuted, while counsel Mohamad Hamizey Mat Taib represented Azhar.

(Stillwater, Okla.) – A 43-year-old man, who waived extradition from Texas, was being held in the Payne County Jail on $50,000 bail on a charge of sexually abusing a 5-year-old female relative when he lived in Cushing.

    Wuilfrido Hernal Castillo has been ordered to appear before a Payne County judge, court records show.

    Castillo has been charged with child sexual abuse between April 18, 2016, and July 1, 2017, which carries a prison term of 25 years to life, or, in the alternative, forcible oral sodomy on July 1, 2017, which carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison on conviction.

    Castillo left a residence shortly after Cushing Police Officer Brad Kastl arrived to talk to the girl’s mother on July 1, an affidavit said.

    The mother said that her 5-year-old daughter made a disclosure earlier that day after the mother awoke from taking a nap with her 3-year-old daughter, the Cushing officer alleged in an affidavit.

    The mother said that the girl “was seeing a counselor because for the last two years, she performed ‘sexual acts’ on her teddy bears,” and acted inappropriately with her little sister, the affidavit alleged.

    The mother said that the 5-year-old girl got very upset anytime she was left alone with Castillo, the affidavit alleged.

    During a forensic interview at the Saville Center in Stillwater on July 3, the 5-year-old made no disclosure of sexual abuse, the affidavit said.

    But after the girl was examined by a registered nurse, she made disclosures to the nurse, the affidavit alleged.

    The girl said that she and Castillo “had secrets,” the affidavit alleged.

    Three days later, the girl’s mother said that while she was reading books from the Saville Center to the girl about proper and inappropriate touches, the girl said that Castillo did those things to her in Texas previously, the affidavit alleged.

    The 5-year-old said that Castillo “also did these things to her little sister,” who was not forensically interviewed due to her age, the affidavit alleged.

    The 5-year-old girl continued to see a counselor and made further disclosures about sexual abuse, the affidavit alleged. A state Department of Human Services worker said that the girl also made disclosures to her foster parent, the affidavit alleged.

    “Due to this information, a second forensic interview at the Saville Center was scheduled,” for the 5-year-old in October, which the Cushing officer attended, the affidavit alleged.

    In addition to describing incidents involving herself, the 5-year-old girl said that Castillo made her 3-year-old sister perform oral sex on him, the affidavit alleged.

    The Cushing officer said that he was not able to interview Castillo about the allegations of sexual abuse, since he could not locate him, the affidavit said.

    The girls’ mother “provided information indicating Castillo had fled from Oklahoma to Odessa, Texas,” the affidavit alleged.

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