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ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI -- A 27-year-old man faces multiple charges after authorities claim he sexually abused young children and made por...


lunedì 4 dicembre 2017


The Statesville Police Department says it arrested a former city resident who now lives in Virginia in connection with sex crimes against a child from 1999 to 2004.

A 49-YEAR-OLD Porthmadog man – described by his victim as “a monster” – has been locked up for nine-and-a-half years for sexually abusing a young girl, after plying her with drink and drugs.
Near to tears when she read a victim impact statement at Caernarfon Crown Court she said the torment “will stick with me like a cancerous growth for the rest of my life.”
She had thought of suicide many times, she said.
Cannabis-user Andrew Morley of Borth Road, Porthmadog, pleaded guilty to 12 charges of sexual activity with a child and two of possessing pornography.
Judge Huw Rees imposed an extended licence period of four years.
Originally Morley denied the abuse but on the day of the intended trial, at which the victim was to face the ordeal of giving evidence, he skipped bail, then changed his pleas to guilty after arrest.
Defence barrister Owen Edwards said Morley “made a decision to kill himself but did not have the courage, if that was the word, to carry it out.”
He now acknowledged his guilt “for appalling and shameful offences”.
Judge Huw Rees described the victim’s impact statement as moving and said her terrible experience had caused psychological harm.
He imposed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and placed Morley on the sex offenders’ register for life.

A Parowan man is facing life in prison after he pleaded guilty to one first-degree felony count of sodomy upon a child as part of a plea deal.
Robert Randall Titensor, 39, was initially facing three counts of sodomy of a child in addition to one count of aggravated sexual abuse of a child – all first-degree felonies.
All but one of the counts were dropped as part of the plea deal.
Under state code, Titensor will be sentenced to a minimum of 25 years in the Utah State Prison for the crime. The charge carries a maximum penalty of life in prison.
He was arrested in September after Parowan Police first learned about the abuse from an anonymous tip made to the Utah Division of Child and Family Services.
A male and female victim — both under the age of of 9 — confirmed that Titensor had sexually assaulted them multiple times during a police interview at the Iron County Children's Justice Center, according to the probable cause statement filed in 5th District Court.
Titensor later admitted to investigators that he had sexually assaulted the two children multiple times between May and August of this year, the report detailed. 
He's been held in the Iron County Jail on $100,000 cash-only bail since his arrest in September. 


HINTON, WV (WVNS)-- A Summers County man has been arrested after admitting to sexually abusing a 13 year old girl for several years.
According to court documents, Leland Petrey sexually abused a young girl from 2013 to 2017. The abuse started when the girl was 10 years old. The victim told authorities Petrey forced her to have sex several times over a four year period, and threatened her if she told anyone.
According to a criminal complaint, Petrey admitted to forcing the girl to have sex multiple times.
He faces sexual abuse 1st degree, sexual abuse 2nd degree and sexual abuse by parent, guardian, custodian or other person in position of trust to a child.
Petrey remains in the Southern Regional Jail on a $150,000 bond.

Umkomaas rapist sentenced to life imprisonment for raping child (10) Nov 30 2017

WARSAW - A judge set a trial date for a former Perry man accused of repeatedly forcibly raping a child and attempting to prostitute her to other men.
Lance A. Riley, 38, is scheduled to face trial March 23 in Wyoming County Court.
Judge Michael Mohun set the date after hearing arguments of motions from Riley’s defense attorney and District
Attorney Donald O’Geen. Mohun reserved his decision on the motion requests.
Riley, of Dansville, was indicted in October and charged with with two counts of first-degree rape, two counts of third-degree rape, second-degree promoting prostitution, two counts of second-degree strangulation and endangering the welfare of a child.
The indictment alleges that Riley sexually assaulted the girl beginning when she was 13 and through his arrest earlier this year when she was 15. Some of the assaults included Riley choking the girl to near unconsciousness.
O’Geen at the time of Riley’s arraignment said the prostitution charge came after an investigation revealed Riley attempted to sell the girl to other men “so he could watch.”
Riley also is under indictment in Livingston County.
He entered a not guilty plea Nov. 21 to charges of second-degree rape, four counts of third-degree rape, third-degree criminal sexual act, second-degree incest, three counts of third-degree incest and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Riley has a previous felony conviction for assault in 2004. He served two years and three months of a four-year term imposed for burning his 19-month-old daughter in a bathtub at his home in Dansville. The girl suffered second-degree burns on her legs.
Riley remains in jail pending his trial.

Trial date set for man accused of repeatedly raping child SCOTT DESMIT BATAVIANEWS.COM NOVEMBER 30, 2017 


GREENSBURG (KDKA) — Police say a Greensburg man sexually assaulted two little girls when they lived together.

Handcuffed and accompanied by Greensburg Police detectives, 44-year-old Jack Bates denied accusations that he repeatedly raped two young girls.

Bates, who has a long criminal history, started sexually assaulting the children when they were ages 9 and 13.

It was in a five-year span this took place over,” Greensburg Police Capt. Robert Stafford said.

Bates, of Greensburg, knew the victim’s family and lived with them for a period of time. Police say he violated the girls at various residences on Oakland and Talbot avenues.

One female victim did relay that this did occur at least ten different times,” Stafford said.

The abuse only ended when Bates was out of the family circle.

“The victims did relay to the family members that they were afraid to tell anybody what happened,” Stafford said. “They were young at the time, and they didn’t think that anybody would believe them, and they were in fear from the actor.

Despite all of that, the girls found the courage to come forward. Their mother contacted Greensburg Police next.

Bates faces thirteen separate felony counts, including rape of a child and aggravated indecent assault on a child. He’s in the Westmoreland County Prison on $100,000 straight cash bond.

An 80-year-old man who didn’t want to hear jurors declare him a child rapist is back in Kennewick, two months after his arrest at a Southern California border crossing.
William G. Nicol was booked into the Benton County jail.
The Montana man went on wanted lists in October 2016 after he fled the Benton County Justice Center while the jury was wrapping up deliberations.
His absence didn’t stave off the verdicts.
Nicol was convicted of first-degree child molestation and two counts of first-degree rape of a child.
The charges include the aggravating circumstance that he was in a position of trust when he sexually assaulted a grade-school boy for at least four years.
Nicol is one of four sex-crime defendants in Benton County in the past three years to run off before or during his trial.
Nicol will be in handcuffs when he appears in court for the first time following his extradition. He had been on the move from Imperial County, Calif., since Nov. 20.
He has a new felony charge of bail jumping, and awaits sentencing on the sex crimes.
While Nicol is looking at a mandatory minimum term of 13 1/2 years to 18 years in prison, Deputy Prosecutor Anita Petra has said she will ask for a longer sentence.
The sex crimes carry a maximum life term.
A sentencing hearing likely will be scheduled for another date so the victim or his family can attend. Nicol also may have to get a new attorney since his trial lawyer has retired.
Court documents state that the boy told a relative in 2015 that he had been sexually abused by Nicol.
The boy then met with investigators and said the abuse started when he was young. He claimed Nicol would touch him inappropriately while the boy was taking a shower, and that escalated to being raped “on many occasions,” documents said.
Nicol denied the allegations in the weeklong trial, saying that the boy had been put up to it.
After Judge Jackie Shea Brown received a written question from the jury, attorney Jim Egan advised his client it wasn’t looking good based on the note.
Nicol reportedly told Egan he was going to use the restroom. Instead, he fled the Justice Center.
Jurors announced they had a decision within a half-hour, but Nicol couldn’t be found and Egan was unable to reach him.
A security officer told the judge that a man matching Nicol’s description had been seen leaving the courthouse, first walking and then running to the parking lot.
Nicol had posted $10,000 bail and been free while his case worked through the judicial system. He would have been taken into custody immediately after the trial with the guilty verdicts.
Shea Brown issued a nationwide warrant on Oct. 21, 2016. The U.S. Marshals Service was notified to help the Benton County Sheriff’s Office in tracking down Nicol.
He is from Plains, Mont.
Then at 6:40 p.m. Oct. 3, Nicol was stopped at the Calexico West Port of Entry in the Imperial Valley. He was driving a 1995 Lincoln Town Car and trying to enter the U.S.
A Customs and Border Protection officer ran Nicol’s name against law enforcement database systems and discovered the warrant, according to a news release from the federal agency.
An officer confirmed Nicol’s identity using his fingerprints and verified the Benton County warrant, then handed him over to the custody of state and local officials.
A previous report said Nicol had turned himself into authorities.
It is not known how much time he spent in Mexico in the past year.


CORDOVA, Md. - Maryland State Police arrested a man for sexually abusing a child. Investigators say the abuse began 27 years ago and based on evidence, they believe there may be other victims.
James Morris Jr, of Cordova, faces a range of charges including child abuse, and second and third degree sex offense. Cordova is accused of abusing a child who was five to eight years old when the abuse took place from 1990 to 1993. Morris is still waiting to have his initial appearance before a court commissioner.
Troopers assigned to the Maryland Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) got a cybertip in October of this year concerning the production of child pornography and the sexual abuse of several children. That led them to Morris.
Investigators served a search warrant at Morris' home and recovered computers and other electronic equipment belonging to him.
They believe Morris sexually abused a number of children in the past and may be currently abusing young teens.
State Police are asking anyone who may have been assaulted by Morris, or has further information to call Trooper First Class Andrew Franzen at the Easton State Police Barrack, at 410-819-4747.

Man charged in child sex abuse case dating back nearly three decades Nov 30, 2017

A Sheffield man has received a 13-year jail sentence after pleading guilty to child sex offences against a nine-year-old victim.
Michael John Daniel, 65, of Lavender Way, Wincobank, appeared before Sheffield Crown Court on Wednesday 29 November to receive his jail sentence after pleading guilty to the offences at a hearing in October.
Officers arrested Daniel at the end of September after receiving reports that he had sexually abused a nine-year-old boy on a number of occasions over a six-month period. Following the reports, detectives from the Child Abuse Investigation Unit launched an investigation and Daniel was arrested by officers.
Whilst being interviewed, Daniel acknowledged that sexual acts had taken place with the victim and admitted full responsibility for what had happened. Based on these admissions and evidence gathered throughout the investigation, Daniel was charged with five counts of sexual assault on a child under the age of 13 and one count of engaging in sexual activity with a child under the age of 13.
DC Steve Evans who led on the investigation, assisted by Investigator Lizzie Payne, said: “It was the bravery and courage of the victim that has enabled us to bring Daniel to justice and remove the threat he posed.
“I would like to commend him for his bravery and I hope this result offers reassurance that we will always work to bring offenders before the courts and will take action to protect all victims.
“I’m thankful Daniel admitted to his despicable actions and prevented the victim having to relive the details of these horrific offences during a trial.”
DC Rebecca Hardware, who was also involved in the investigation said: “All reports of child sex offences are taken extremely seriously by everyone at South Yorkshire Police and will always be fully investigated by a specialist team of officers.
“Where possible we will always endeavour to bring offenders before the courts and I hope through highlighting results such as this, it enforces our no tolerance stance on sexual abuse.”
If you have any concerns, or would like to report sexual abuse to police, please call 101.
Please remember victims of sexual offences are provided lifelong anonymity and it is a criminal offence to name them.

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