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A CHARD paedophile who targeted vulnerable and disabled young girls before repeatedly raping them has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Robert Brian Shore, 31, of Crowshute Flats, Crowshute, was charged with the offences which are said to have taken place between 2001 and 2005.
He was alleged to have sexually assaulted a woman in Yeovil, and to have raped two vulnerable women under the age of 16 on a number of occasions.
He denied the crimes and accused his victims of being in a conspiracy against him, but was found guilty after a trial at Taunton Crown Court.
The court heard that Shore had committed the first offences of rape and multiple rapes around 16 years ago.
Patrick Mason, representing Shore, said: “The court is looking at somebody who conducted these offences between the age of 14 and 19. Since then, he has grown in maturity and rehabilitated aspects of his life.
“There is a suggestion that he has personality problems. He had a very difficult childhood with his adopted parents throwing him out at one stage.
The pattern of offending started and finished when he was in his teens, and he has kept himself out of trouble for many years.
Judge David Ticehurst said that he believed it was ‘no coincidence’ that the three victims were vulnerable, young, and with a history of either learning difficulties or disabilities.
In summary, Judge Ticehurst said to the defendant: “On November 14, you were convicted of five counts of rape and one count of sexual assault.
Your offending took place over a period of four years. Some were multiple incident rapes against the same victim.
“You falsely accused them of being in a conspiracy against you. Each victim was vulnerable in their own particular way.
“I have no doubt, having heard the evidence, that you targeted these vulnerable and in some cases disabled women.
“I have seen the victim personal statements and it is abundantly clear the stress and continuous problems your offending has caused and continues to cause.
“You get no credit as you forced your victims to relive their ordeals.”
Shore was found guilty of two counts of rape, or three counts of multiple incident rape, and one count of sexual assault, and was sentenced to a total of 20 years in prison, with an extended licence of five years.
He has also been given a sexual harm prevention order for life and placed on a sex offender’s register.
Judge Ticehurst added: “Having raped one victim, you then moved on to the next vulnerable victim.
I am in no doubt you represent a significantly dangerous young man who would target vulnerable women is able to do so.

Chard paedophile jailed for 20 years after raping vulnerable and disabled girls 1st December 2017

A Sheppey paedophile has been jailed for 14 years after a string of attacks against a young girl.
Martin Tenwick, 61, of Nautilus Close in Minster on Sea, targeted the child multiple times over the course of several years.
He was arrested in July 2016 and charged with counts of indecent assault, buggery and rape.
Tenwick pleaded guilty to two counts of indecent assault, two counts of rape and one count of buggery.

He was sentenced on November 24 at Maidstone Crown Court and will also serve a further eight years on license.

"Selfish interests"

Investigating officer Detective Constable Steve Rees, of the Swale Vulnerability Investigation Unit, said: "Tenwick targeted the girl while she was at a young age and continued to sexually abuse her over the course of several years.
"He pursued his own selfish interests without concern or thought for the impact it would have on the victim, and it was only after his arrest that he expressed remorse and admitted to his crimes.

"I would like to personally thank the victim for the bravery she showed in coming forward and would encourage anyone who is experiencing, or has experienced, a similar situation to get in touch.
"You will be believed and you will have our support."

ST. GEORGE, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - A St. George man is behind bars, accused of abusing two children for years.
After both girls were interviewed here at the Children's Justice Center James Michael Leavitt of St. George was taken into custody on ten counts of sodomy of a  Child 
"Started approximately six years ago, according to our victims, and our last offense was approximately six months ago," said Lona Trombley with the St. George Police Department. 
Police say Leavitt confessed to sodomizing the two girls and the arrest happened because the girls told someone they trusted.
"If we open up the doors of communication now, if in the event something were to happen we can more quickly act to protect those children and to prosecute the person who's committed the crime," said Trombley. 
Trombley recommends books for helping children understand what is and isn't Ok when it comes to touch, and how to encourage a child to tell someone they trust if someone abuses them. 
The book is available at the St. George Police Station, as well as the Children's Justice Center. 
"The best way to protect is to educate and prevent. We would love to prevent all of these incidents, but it's just not possible, but we hope by getting the word out on steps to take, to educate, that we can prevent at least some of them," said Trombley. 
For resources and additional information on how to protect your children, you can come to the Washington County Children's Justice Center, Or any Children's Justice Center throughout the state.

MILFORD, Del. -- The Milford Police Department arrested a suspected child rapist and the victim's mother in an investigation spanning three years. 
According to Milford Police, Carlos Gonzalez-Valesquez, 30 of Richmond, VA, was arrested November 20 by U.S. Marshals following a 2014 child sex abuse investigation in which the suspect sexually abused a female juvenile. Police said after the victim's initial report, Gonzalez-Valesquez ran from Delaware and disappeared; however, a tip in November of 2017 helped police find Gonzalez-Valesquez with the victim's mother in Richmond, VA.  According to police, an additional investigation revealed that the victim’s mother was planning on going back to Delaware and taking custody of the victim before moving the victim to Richmond.
With the help of the U.S. Marshals Service, both Gonzalez-Valesquez and the victim's mother, Emma Dorly-Ventura, 38 of Richmond, were arrested on Nov. 20th. 
Milford Police said Dorly-Ventura was charged with attempting to hinder prosecution and endangering the welfare of a child and committed to the Department of Corrections on a $4,000 cash bail, She will appear in Sussex County Court of Common Pleas for a preliminary hearing.
Gonzalez-Valesquez was extradited from Virginia on November 30, and formally charged for rape in the first degree, among other charges, and committed to the Department of Corrections on $50,000  secured bail. He appeared in the Sussex County Superior Court for an arraignment on Friday.
Police said further indictments are coming for Gonzalez-Valesquez.

ALBION, N.Y. -- Gary A. Bubis Jr., one of the adults linked to a serious child abuse case in Oswego County, has been accused of sexually abusing a 12-year-old in 2012 in the town of Albion, according to Oswego County District Attorney Greg Oakes.
Bubis, 37, of 393 Albion Cross Road, Albion, was charged by the Oswego County Sheriff's Office with first-degree sexual abuse. He was arraigned, Oakes said.
Bubis was also indicted on charges from a 2014 rape. The rape happened in the fall of 2014 in an Albion home. The victim was 19 at the time, according to court documents.
Bubis was indicted on the following charges:
  • First-degree rape, a felony
  • Third-degree rape, a felony
  • First-degree sexual abuse, a felony
  • Second-degree unlawful imprisonment, a misdemeanor
Bubis is accused of raping and unlawfully restraining the 19-year-old woman on or about Nov. 21, 2014. Bubis was charged Oct. 24.
Bubis is among five Oswego County adults who are facing charges in what Oswego County Undersheriff Eugene Sullivan described as "one of the most severe cases of child abuse" he has seen in his 28-year career in law enforcement.
The abuse cases involve a 3-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl.
On Aug. 30, Bubis, Shawn Whaley, 24, and Brandy Shaver, 18, were charged in the abuse case. A fourth adult, Leslieann Raeder, 34, was also charged.
At the time, deputies said all four lived at 393 Albion Cross Road.
A fifth adult, Jessica Edwards, was later charged in connection with the case. Edwards, 21, of Williamstown, was charged Oct. 17, according to records.
A man has been jailed for six years for raping a teenager after offering her a lift home.
Mohammed Maqsood picked up the 18-year-old and her friend after spotting them leaving a club in the south side of Glasgow last December.
Maqsood, 36, turned his car around when he saw the drunk woman staggering in the street.
He dropped her friend home and then took his victim to a car park and raped her.
The High Court in Glasgow heard that Maqsood's victim was out drinking with a friend in Shawlands when they encountered him.
Prosecutor Sheena Fraser said: "He was seen on CCTV stopping across the road from where the women were and doing a U-turn and picking them up."
In evidence, the woman said she remembered her friend not being there any more and Maqsood raping her.
The father-of-two said: "The women got in my car and I gave them a lift. I picked them up just after midnight."
He claimed he knew the other woman and recognised her - although she denied this.
Maqsood said he dropped this woman off and then claimed he had consensual sex with his victim.
The court heard that, afterwards, the woman was put out of the car.
She was seen in a distressed state and was missing her top, bra and her high heels. She only had a jacket covering her top half.
After dropping the friend at her home, Maqsood had taken his victim to a car park at the rear of Main Street, Thornliebank, and raped her on 5 December last year.
Judge Lady Stacey told him: "You took an 18-year-old woman in your car when she was too drunk to know what she was doing.
"She wrongly thought you were a friend of a friend. You forced yourself on her when she was very drunk. Your actions will have an effect which may be lasting on that young woman.
"You do not accept the verdict of the jury and maintain you have done nothing wrong.
"You performed a u-turn and picked her up. I know that I saw it on CCTV evidence. You created the environment to commit this crime."

'Risk to the public'

The court heard that Maqsood, whose wife is standing by him, has previous convictions, mainly for road traffic matters, but none for sexual offences .
Lady Stacey added: "Your previous convictions show you have a complete disregard for the law.
"The social workers who compiled reports on you saw you pose a risk to the public."
Maqsood will be monitored in the community for two years after his release from prison because of the risk he poses to the public.
Following the sentencing, Det Insp Graeme McLachlan from Police Scotland said: "Maqsood targeted this young woman who had simply been enjoying a night out with her friends.
"Despite her appalling ordeal, she had the courage to speak out about what happened to her and I would like to thank her for her bravery in reporting this to police and having the courage to provide her evidence in court."

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - Boynton Beach Police say a man raped a 16-year-old girl who was a victim of human trafficking in a hotel.
Sylister Jones, 22, is accused of responding to a Backpage.comadvertisement of the underage girl and then forcing himself on her. 
Police arrested Marco Orrego in May for having sex with the 16-year-old and then coercing her into selling herself for sex. 
Orrego brought the teenager to the Homing Inn to meet men who wanted to solicit sex and then threatened to kill her if she left, police said. Jones was one of the men who answered the ad Orrego posted, according to a police report.
Orrego was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison in November for sex trafficking and possessing child pornography.
DNA found in the hotel room matched Jones, records show.
Police arrested Jones on Nov. 30 and he is being held at the Palm Beach County Jail without bond. 

Man accused of raping 16-year-old following sex trafficking arrest in Boynton Beach Jennifer Tintner Dec 1, 2017

A 34-year-old child rapist from New Castle will go to prison for the next 25 years, the Delaware Department of Justice announced. 
Gemiyale Adkins pled guilty in September 2017 to one count each of second-degree and fourth-degree rape for sexually assaulting a young child in the summer of 2016. 
Adkins was a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter with an 11-9 record who went by the nickname "Baby Hercules."  
He received an additional 10 years probation, and will forever have to register as a Tier III sex offender

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A 24-year-old man who pleaded guilty to multiple sexual assault charges has been sentenced for raping a 14-year-old girl in Tacoma.
The News Tribune reports that Martine Arkeem Smith was sentenced to six years, eight months in prison.
Court documents state Smith approached the girl as she was walking down a street in February 2015. He is accused of grabbing her arm and pulling her into a shed before sexually assaulting her and leaving the scene.
The documents state the girl went home and told a foster parent what happened.
Smith was homeless at the time of the incident. He pleaded guilty to third-degree child rape, indecent liberties and communicating with a minor for immoral purposes.









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