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martedì 26 dicembre 2017


ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — An upstate New York man accused of sexually assaulting two children at a McDonald's has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Paedo arrested for sexually abusing children at McDonald's 27 SETTEMBRE 2017

Kelley Tremblay, of Troy, pleaded guilty on Oct. 31 to one felony count of criminal sexual act.
Prosecutors said Tremblay assaulted a 5-year-old and a 7-year-old at a Watervliet McDonald's in August.
Police say the crime was captured on the restaurant's surveillance cameras.

A Coventry man who plied a young teenager with drugs and alcohol before sexually abusing her for a month has been jailed.
Jordan West met his victim outside a McDonald’s before grooming her in what police have described as a “campaign of abuse” that had a “massive impact on her life”.
West, 27, of Hollis Road, Stoke, was sentenced at Manchester Crown Court to six years and three months in prison after being found guilty of three counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of supplying cannabis.
He also received a five-year sexual harm prevention order and will remain on the sex offenders’ register indefinitely.
West met his young victim in 2015 during a chance meeting outside a McDonald’s in Oldham.
After the girl had asked him for a lighter, he chatted with her before inviting her and a friend back to his friend’s flat where he plied them with drugs and alcohol.
He would then go on to sexually abuse the youngster.
West’s grooming and abuse of the girl continued throughout May 2015 until he told her not to come back.
Speaking after the sentencing hearing, Det Con Diana Dyer-Barron, from Greater Manchester Police, said: “Jordan West knew full well how old his victim was and that what he was doing was wrong, yet he continued his campaign of abuse without showing a shred of remorse.
“His abuse dominated a period of time in this girl’s life, preventing her from enjoying activities that any teenage girl should be able to participate in.
“This had a massive impact on her life at a time when she was at a vulnerable age and still developing as a person.
“I would like to pay tribute to her for having the courage to come forward to report West to police and for the bravery she has shown giving evidence during the trial.
“I hope this result has repaid the trust she placed in the authorities and provides her with some feeling of justice.
Child sexual exploitation can take place in many forms. In this case a young female was manipulated through drug and alcohol.
“I would advise all parents or guardians to take interest in the contact that young people have with others and report any suspicious activity to police.”
An NSPCC spokesperson said: “West’s actions are an all too familiar tactic used by groomers to gain the trust of their victims, and this young girl will need every support to help her move forward from this ordeal.
“It can be incredibly confusing and difficult for children to realise that they are being exploited, with some believing they are in a relationship with their abuser.
“Our Childline counsellors often hear about the guilt and shame that young people feel, so it’s vital that anyone in this situation knows they are not to blame.
“We want young people to know that Childline is there for them, whatever their worry, to answer any questions and offer support and advice 24/7 on 0800 1111.”

Police have praised the courage of two young people who came forward to report that they suffered sickening sex abuse as children nine years ago.
And now the man who abused them between 2008 and 2010 has been jailed for 16 years after admitting a string of charges of sex abuse.
David Le Cras pleaded guilty to 23 counts at Bristol Crown Court.
The 61-year-old was jailed for 16 years and the judge ordered that he would serve another five years on licence on top of that.

Bristol Crown Court was told that five of the charges he admitted were causing a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity. Another seven guilty pleas were to charges of assault of a child under the age of 13 by penetration and there were also three counts of sexual assault of a child under 13 that Le Cras pleaded guilty to.
He also admitted two counts of taking indecent images of a child, three counts of possession of indecent images of children and one count of possession of an extreme pornographic image.
Two other counts will lie on file, prosecutors said.
Le Cras was apparently an upstanding member of the community in Patchway. He was the registered trustee of the Patchway Minibus charity, a community organisation that provides a minibus for local groups, including young people and the elderly.
The charity's most recent accounts filed with the Charities Commission named Le Cras as the holder of its registered public address, although he is no longer associated with the organisation.

Le Cras, of Worthing Road in Patchway, appeared at Bristol Crown Court, December 7, and as well as being jailed by the judge, he was told he would be on the sex offenders’ register and was also given an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order.
Detective Constable Sabeena Ali of Avon and Somerset Police said: “I would like to commend the courage and bravery of the victims in coming forward and reporting these crimes.
“I hope this case sends a message that it doesn’t matter when offences like this were committed, we’ll always listen to, believe and respect victims and ultimately try and obtain justice for them,” she added.

A La Grande man is facing 18 sex abuse charges — 17 of which are Measure 11 crimes with hefty mandatory minimum sentences.
Brett Kleng, 56, was arrested by Oregon State Police and is housed in the Union County Jail on $500,000 bail. Kleng is being held on charges of 10 counts of first-degree sex abuse, seven counts of sexual penetration with an object and one count of second-degree sex abuse.
Two of the three victims are minors. The incidents range from 2000 to 2016, according to the indictment.
Kleng made his initial court appearance via teleconference from the jail room. Union County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Powers told Kleng the first-degree sex abuse charges each carry a mandatory minimum sentence of 75 months in jail; sexual penetration carries a minimum of 100 months and those that involve a minor carry a minimum of 300 months.
Powers asked Kleng whether he understood those charges, and explained his right to a 12-person jury trial and the availability to hire a court appointed attorney.
Victoria Roe, who is the prosecuting attorney from the Department of Justice, requested the bail be raised to $850,000, based on the charges. She also requested that if Kleng does post bail, a release hearing be set.

Powers denied the bail increase and set it at $500,000. 
Kleng was charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants in September. He had been investigated in the early 1990s on a case involving sex abuse that did not turn into a criminal charge, Roe said.
Roe was brought in as a special counsel from the Department of Justice in the Criminal Justice Division in Salem. She previously served as the interim District Attorney in Klamath County.
Roe brings a specialization in prosecuting child abuse, adult sexual assault and domestic violence cases and has worked through the DOJ in Klamath, Harney, Curry, Lake and Malheur counties, according to an article written by the Herald and News, out of Klamath Falls.

A 49-year-old Lincoln man has been accused of sexually assaulting a girl over the course of several years, according to court documents.
Prosecutors have charged Juan G. Martinez, 206 Blue Flame Road, with first-degree sexual assault of a child and first-degree sexual assault of a minor.
Now an adult, the woman told Lincoln police in September that Martinez abused her multiple times over the course of several years in her childhood, according to an affidavit for Martinez's arrest.
The girl, who knows Martinez, said the abuse finally ended when she was a teenager.

Martinez denied the allegations in an interview with police.
Officers arrested him and took him to Lancaster County jail.
A judge set his bond at $250,000 and ordered him not to contact his accuser or anyone younger than 18.
He remained in jail.

DES MOINES, Iowa – A Des Moines man has been arrested for sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl.
Twenty-nine-year-old Darlin Veliz-Acosta was arrested. He faces two charges of second degree sexual abuse and two charges of lascivious acts with a child.
Police say Veliz-Acosta was alone with the victim several times and used the opportunity to sexually abuse the girl. The victim’s mother contacted police after the girl told her about the abuse.
Police began their investigation back in November after the mother filed a police report.
Veliz-Acosta is being held in the Polk County Jail.

FORT EDWARD — A disabled Army veteran from Whitehall was convicted in Washington County Court of charges related to the sexual abuse of a child he knew.
Christopher A. Casalino, 34, was found guilty of two felony counts of first-degree sexual abuse and a misdemeanor charge of endangering the welfare of a child after a three-day trial before Washington County Judge Kelly McKeighan.
The charges stemmed from an arrest by Whitehall Police last December for his having sexual contact with a child under the age of 13, with whom he was acquainted.
He had been found unable to assist in his own defense shortly after his arrest and was sent to a secure state facility, but was later re-evaluated, found capable of standing trial and returned to Washington County to face prosecution. He also stood trial earlier this year. Although that trial ended in a mistrial because of evidentiary issues, a jury returned a verdict after one day of testimony this week.
“It’s a sad case,” said his lawyer, Michael Martin. “He suffered a traumatic brain injury from an IED explosion in Afghanistan and has never been the same since.”
Martin said members of his Army unit were killed by the explosion, and Casalino is considered 90 percent disabled. He has lost 140 pounds in jail since his arrest.
Washington County First Assistant District Attorney Christian Morris, who prosecuted the case, said Whitehall Police and his office were cognizant of Casalino’s issues, and police treated him with respect as they questioned him.
He pointed out that Casalino was found competent to stand trial.
“The judge will be able to take all of these factors into account at sentencing,” Morris said.
Casalino has maintained throughout the case that he did not have sexual contact with the child, but the girl’s version of events was corroborated by cell phone text messages that he sent to her.
Casalino is being held in Washington County Jail, pending sentencing Jan. 5 by McKeighan. He faces up to 7 years in state prison on each felony count, and turned down a plea deal offer that would have netted him a two-year prison term before trial.

Benton County, Wash. -- Sheriff's deputies say authorities arrested 46 year-old Clay Vinson Haynes of Benton County after he fled the country during a child rape and sexual molestation investigation.
Sheriff's deputies started investigating the sexual crimes in November.
Two victims, ages 20 and 18, told investigators they had been sexually abused by Haynes for five to six years.
Authorities say they also learned that Haynes had over a dozen guns in his home.
Deputies served a search warrant at his home for the crimes of rape of a child and child molestation.
The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force was enlisted to assist locating and arresting Mr. Haynes.
On December 4, 2017, the Benton County Sheriff’s Office was notified that Clay Vinson Haynes had been detained entering Panama.
Mr. Haynes was expelled from Panama as an undesirable and escorted to Miami, Florida where he was taken into custody and the arrest warrant was served on him.
Mr. Haynes will be extradited to Benton County.

A Payson man was arrested on reports of sexually abusing a child.
Jacob Christensen, 43, was arrested on suspicion of three first-degree felonies of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, according to a police report.
In November, a woman told Spanish Fork police that several years ago, Christensen had touched her inappropriately under her shirt, police reported.
When officers spoke with Christensen, he said the incident began as “rough housing,” but he knew it had gone too far and was inappropriate, according to the report.

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — Charles L. Freeman III was convicted of six felony counts of sexual violence against a child.
According to Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay, the charges stemmed from Freeman’s sexual abuse of his two daughters, both under the age of 14 at the time.
The abuse happened between the years of 2008-2011.
All six felonies (one count of Aggravated Indecent Liberties and five counts of Aggravated Criminal Sodomy) are off-grid offenses, according to Kagay.
They each carry a presumptive sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole until serving at least 25 years.

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