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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...


martedì 26 dicembre 2017


BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Green Room Bar owner Frank Sanchez, better known as Frank Kruz, was arrested on multiple charges of sexually abusing a child.

The victim, who is now 20, reported Sanchez exposed his penis to her when she was five and had her touch it. When she was seven, he began having sex with her. She says this continued at least once a week for the next several years, totaling hundreds of assaults.
The victim's mother was dating Sanchez and even after the broke up, Sanchez remained a father-figure in the victim's life. 
In a police interview, Sanchez admitted to have sex with the victim when she was 11 or 12, then later admitted she could have been as young as seven.
Sanchez, 53, is being held on four felony charges including continuous sexual abuse of a child, sexual intercourse or sodomy with a child ten years old or younger, oral copulation or sexual penetration of a child ten or younger and lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14.
23ABC received word that the victim hopes to inspire other sexual assault victims to step forward and report their assaults to police. 

SYCAMORE – Moments after he was denied a reduction in bail, a 46-year-old Kingston man facing 18 charges of sexual abuse of a child pleaded not guilty in DeKalb County court.
Bruce R. Best, of the 8600 block of Wolf Road, has been charged with seven counts of predatory criminal sexual assault, punishable by six to 30 years in prison, after police said in court records he had inappropriate contact with a girl younger than 13. The records show he had sex with her six times after she’d turned 13, and he’s also been charged with 11 counts of criminal sexual abuse, punishable by three to seven years in prison.
Chief Judge Robbin Stuckert explained to Best that if he’s convicted on multiple counts, his sentences would be served consecutively. The aggravated criminal sexual abuse charges could result in probation, and a conviction on any of the charges would require Best to register as a sex offender for life.
Best’s Rockford-based lawyer, David Hugdahl, filed a motion Dec. 1 to reduce Best’s $75,000 bond, saying his client considered the amount “oppressive,” and that he “has strong ties to the community and is not a flight risk.”
Best told the court he’d worked at Chicago Suburban Express for four years and was supporting his wife, four kids and his father-in-law.
Stuckert denied the motion to reduce bond. If Best posts $7,500 to be released, he’ll be placed on electronic home monitoring and be ordered to have no contact with children.
The victim was 15 at the time of Best’s Nov. 14 bond hearing, according to court records. Family members declined to comment after hearing.

BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - A Bryan man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for aggravated sexual assault of a child. Brazos County prosecutors say Marcus Moseley sexually abused several girls.

Moseley, 32, was convicted by a Brazos County jury on November 9. He was sentenced by Judge Travis Bryan, III.

He was arrested in September 2016 after a 13-year-old girl told her father, and then police, that Moseley sexually assaulted her.

Investigators working on the case later discovered Moseley sexually abused at least four other young girls over more than a decade. According to prosecutors, the family members did not believe the girls when they were told of the abuse, so the cases were not reported to police.

Several girls testified during the trial about the abuse they suffered. One victim said the abuse began when she was five-years-old.

"For years, this man got away with sexually abusing young girls because they were not believed when they came forward.

Because of the bravery of those four girls, this man will be in prison where he won't hurt another child," said Kara Comte, Assistant District Attorney.

A 38-year-old sex offender who was on GPS monitoring has been charged with sexually assaulting a 12-year-old Milwaukee girl at gunpoint in a vacant city-owned house.
Collins Lamon Jacobs faces charges of first-degree child sexual assault, kidnapping and child enticement, all felonies.
The assault occurred about 9:30 a.m. Dec. 1 in the 3000 block of N. 27th St. and Jacobs was at that location at that time, prosecutors say.
According to the criminal complaint:
The girl ran away from home the night of Nov. 30. Her aunt saw her the next day standing outside the house with a man, later identified in a photo line-up as Jacobs.
Her aunt saw Jacobs drag the girl by the hood of her jacket toward a gas station and she yelled to her niece. The girl ran to her, saying Jacobs had just raped her.
The girl told investigators she had run away and Jacobs approached her and asked how old she was. The girl said she was 12. Jacobs went away, but then returned and asked if she wanted "to go somewhere with him for $100."
The girl told him no, and Jacobs dragged her to the vacant house at gunpoint. They went inside through a back door.
They girl said Jacobs forced her to perform oral sex with a gun to her head, saying if she did she would be able to go home. 
Jacobs is on the lifetime sex offender registration with GPS monitoring, which showed he was at the vacant house about 6:30 a.m. Dec. 1. He was convicted of third-degree sexual assault in 2008 and second-degree section assault of a child in 1999, records show.
In August, he was charged with violating the sex offender registry by failing to comply with reporting requirements in January. He was released on his signature in that case and was due in court for a plea and sentencing hearing Dec. 15.
Online court records show Jacobs was charged on Nov. 2 with violating a domestic abuse injunction when he contacted an ex-girlfriend, a misdemeanor, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Milwaukee police did take a report Nov. 1 about that incident and tried to find Jacobs that day without success, department spokesman Sgt. Tim Gauerke said.
But Milwaukee police records indicate the case was "no processed," meaning prosecutors did not issue charges in the case and officers therefore were not aware of any warrant, he said.
On Nov. 28, three days before the assault in the vacant house, he was charged with another violation of the sex offender registry, and another arrest warrant was issued.
That was not a Milwaukee police case and city officers were not aware of any warrant being issued, Gauerke said.
After the assault, on Dec. 5, Jacobs was charged with felony bail jumping and violating the domestic abuse injunction again after his ex-girlfriend reported unwanted contact from him Nov. 21 and called police about it the same day.
Police records show officers first took that case to prosecutors on Nov. 27 and prosecutors decided not to issue charges, Gauerke said.
Prosecutors reviewed the case again on Dec. 4 and issued the charges and warrant, he said.
Jacobs was arrested by Milwaukee police officers after receiving information about his location from the state Department of Corrections. He was charged in the sexual assault of the 12-year-old girl and taken to Milwaukee County Jail.
Corrections officials told Milwaukee police Jacobs was inconsistently charging his GPS, meaning his location was unknown during those times but began charging it again one day before the sex assault, Gauerke said.
The Milwaukee County district attorney's office and the state Department of Corrections did not respond to questions about Jacobs' history.
The vacant house where the assault was reported has been the subject of a half-dozen complaints this year, ranging from graffiti to dumping to high grass, city records show.
On Nov. 2, city employees noticed a door on the house needed to be secured and a request was sent to the board-up vendor.
The vendor went to the site and sent the city a photo of a vacant lot across the street, reporting the request was completed and the property had been demolished, city officials have said.
After the sexual assault was reported, the house was boarded up and secured.

QUINCY -- A Quincy man could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted of two counts of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child.
Johnathan E. Rajner, 42, pleaded not guilty to the charges in Adams County Circuit Court. His case was placed on the February jury trial docket.
Charging documents claim that Rajner had sexual contact with two children under age 13 between April 9, 2015, and July 9, 2016. He was arrested Nov. 14 by the Quincy Police Department at his apartment at 529 N. Fifth.
If convicted of only one charge, Rajner would face between six and 60 years in the prison.
Court records show he was convicted of aggravated criminal sexual abuse in 2003 and was sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison after having his probation in the case revoked.
Rajner is being held in the Adams County Jail on $200,000 bond.

Quincy man pleads not guilty to child sexual assault charges THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF Dec. 12, 2017

FOND DU LAC - A 41-year old man has been charged with sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl.
Anthony Wienke was charged with first-degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 12 and first degree child sexual assault – having sexual contact with a child under the age of 13, according to court records.
According to the probable cause affidavit, detectives conducted a forensic interview with the victim and she did not disclose any sex abuse. When a social worker drove the girl back to school, however, she disclosed she had sexual contact with Wienke.
After denying the allegations, Wienke admitted to officers there were two occasions when the victim may have accidentally rubbed or bumped into his penis, the affidavit stated.
The charges carry a maximum of 85 years in prison.

PHOENIX - A Glendale man is accused of sexually abusing a pre-teen child several times over a two-year period. 
Phoenix police report that from August 2015 until October 2017, 69-year-old Rosendo Peralta Esquivel sexually abused a pre-teen girl several times. 
Most of the incidents occurred at the girl's house in Phoenix. 
Esquivel, a family friend, would visit from time to time. 
After the accusations came to light, police recorded a call from the victim to Esquivel where he admitted to inappropriately touching the girl. 
He was arrested on December 5 at his home near 43rd and Peoria avenues. 
Upon his arrest, Esquivel was asked why he did it and reportedly responded by saying, "Because it was easy, and he just had some crazy thoughts." 
He is being held on a $250,000 bond on multiple charges of sexual abuse and child molestation.

A Wagoner man has been sentenced to seven years in prison after a Tulsa County jury found him guilty of sexually abusing a child younger than 12.
Robert Eugene Brewer, 68, was charged last December with abusing the child, a relative, from 2004 to 2007 at a Tulsa residence while she was 3 to 6 years old.
The jury deliberated for nearly eight hours before finding Brewer guilty of one child sexual abuse count and acquitting him of a second.
District Judge William Musseman upheld the jury’s recommendation on sentencing.
Authorities said the girl disclosed the abuse to a Tulsa Police detective in September 2016.
The detective said the case prompted an investigation in which other relatives of Brewer’s came forward to report similar sexual abuse by him during their childhoods. Those incidents, according to the other relatives, occurred at least as far back as 1983, the detective said.
Brewer reportedly told the detective that he had “a problem” in the past but said he wanted to speak with an attorney “before he made any statements that could condemn him for the rest of his life.
A Medford man was arrested on charges related to the sexual abuse of a kindergartner at Lower Table Rock Elementary School.
Jackson County Sheriff arrested 72-year-old Jerry Duane Lodge after the investigation showed that he had- touched a 5-year-old girl while volunteering through the Foster Grandparent Program facilitated by Community Volunteer Network, a division of Pacific Retirement Services (PRS).
JCSO Detectives say, the abuse allegations surfaced on December 6th officials with the Jackson County School District #9 and PRS prevented Lodge from having any further contact with children.
School officials are sending letters home to the parents of the children in the child's classroom with a guide on how to talk to their children about the incident and how to make a report if their child says they have been abused.
The school district will offer an opportunity for parents to meet with school officials and detectives later in the week.
Previously, Lodge had volunteered in classrooms at McLoughlin Middle School and Kids Unlimited in Medford during the year. There were no allegations of abuse by Lodge at those locations.
The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to call Detective Jason Penn at 541-770-8925.

A repeat child sex offender who fled to the Philippines after getting out of jail for earlier offending has lost another bid to appeal his convictions. 
David Stanley John Tranter​ was found guilty by a High Court jury in 2015 of historical sexual offending against three children between 1982 and 1990.
His crimes included indecently assaulting a boy aged under 12, sodomising a boy, sexual connection with a girl aged under 16, inducing a boy under 12 to do an indecent act, and raping a teenage girl.
He was sentenced in 2016 to preventive detention, meaning he would stay behind bars until he was no longer deemed a threat. 
Tranter tried to appeal his conviction and sentence in the Court of Appeal, claiming one of the complainants had a propensity for lying.
Tranter said he faced a charge of ill-treating the child in 1983, but it was withdrawn. 
The information was not presented to the jury in 2015 and Tranter argued it would have at least partially substantiated his claim that the child had made an earlier allegation of sexual abuse against him and it was dismissed.
The Appeal Court declined Tranter's appeal, saying the evidence was not enough to call his conviction into question.
Tranter, now aged 66, then applied for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court, but the case was rejected in a written decision released publicly. 
The court said Tranter failed to raise issues of "public importance" and there was "no appearance of a miscarriage of justice" in how the Court of Appeal evaluated his case.
The Supreme Court dismissed his attempt to appeal his sentence, saying the availability of extended supervision orders and public protection orders could be an issue considered by the court, but "we do not see the present appeal as an appropriate case for that to occur". 
"In addition, we see nothing in the material advanced in support of the sentence appeal as providing any concern that a miscarriage of justice would arise if leave were not given on this point."
At Tranter's 2016 sentencing, Justice David Gendall said Tranter had a "discernible pattern of sexual offending".
Evidence from a psychologist and psychiatrist showed Tranter had "at least a moderate to high chance of reoffending against young children".
He twice failed to complete treatment at Rolleston Prison's Kia Marama Special Unit and, after being released from jail in 2007 for other sexual offending, he fled to the Philippines on a fake passport.
Cape Town - Butterworth police have arrested a 67-year-old man for raping his nine-year-old stepdaughter, Eastern Cape police said.

The suspect was arrested at Yako informal settlement in Butterworth. 

It is alleged that the rape took place on Monday at about 7:20am at the informal settlement. 

According to police, the mother of the victim had gone to work and had left both the suspect and the victim in their shack.

Police spokesperson Captain Jackson Manatha said that upon her return from work, the mother noticed that her daughter was behaving in a manner to which she was not accustomed. The woman questioned her daughter closely and the girlbroke down and told her about the rape. A case was subsequently opened at the Butterworth police station.

“Police acted swiftly and found the suspect at their shack.”

Alabama Man Arrested On Child Sexual Abuse, Drug Charges December 13, 2017

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