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Sean Michael Handlery was arrested on 50 separate counts of sex crimes, including Rape in the 3rd Degree and Sodomy.


Handlery was an associate attorney at the law offices of Randy C. Rubin Attorney at Law in Roseburg.
Oregon State Police, according to jail records, lodged Handlery in the Douglas County Jail early Thursday morning.
Handlery's charges are listed as follows:
  • 12 counts of Rape in the 3rd Degree
  • 12 counts of Sex Abuse in the 3rd Degree
  • 12 counts of Contributing Sexual Delinquency of a Minor
  • 12 counts of Sexual Misconduct
  • 1 count of Sodomy in the 3rd Degree
  • 1 count of Luring a Minor
Handlery's bail has been set at $865,000.
ALGONQUIN – Prosecutors offered a plea deal to a 57-year-old man facing life in prison after he sexually assaulted and abused at least two children and new allegations that he was in possession of child pornography.
Richard Lampp appeared in court.
Lampp is charged in two separate cases with predatory criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual assault, sexual exploitation of a child, predatory criminal sexual abuse and aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
The most serious charge in each case, predatory criminal sexual assault, typically is punishable by six to 30 years in prison. Because Lampp is accused of abusing two different children, however, he would face natural life in prison if convicted, Eisenstein said.
GRAND HAVEN — A Spring Lake man will spend at least 25 years in prison for the sexual assaults of two young children.
Jesse Thomas Churchley, 29, could be in prison for as long as 75 years.
“You deserve every day of that,” Judge Jon Hulsing said during the sentencing hearing Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court. “There are multiple children affected.”
Hulsing told Churchley that if he is ever released, he would be subject to lifetime electronic monitoring. He must also register as a sex offender.
Prior to Churchley’s sentencing, parents of the two children gave victim statements.
Churchley’s wife, Laura, told the judge that 25 years is too harsh. She pleaded with him to give a lesser prison term, and also order Churchley to have lifetime counseling and treatment.
Laura also read a statement from their child: “I want my dad to be punished and get better because Mommy said he is sick. I love my dad.”
Laura said her husband suffered some brain damage as a child. She noted that now that Churchley is on the proper medication, he is making better choices.
The mother of the other victim — a 5-year-old girl at the time — cried as she described the differences in her child since the abuse. She asked the judge to “pass down the heaviest sentence that is in your power.”
“The only solace I will be able to take from today is that he won’t be able to hurt more children,” she said.
The girl’s mother said her child knows that something bad happened to her, but doesn’t realize “exactly what he stole from her.
“But I know that, as she gets older and starts to understand her body and herself, that it will come back to haunt her,” she said.
The mother said that Churchley was like family prior to the assault.
“He was a person that she trusted, that I trusted,” she said.
Churchley stood quietly as the women spoke.
His attorney, Raymond Purdy, said his client is full of remorse and, from the beginning, wanted to step up and take responsibility for his actions.
On Nov. 22, 2017, Churchley pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sexual conduct involving a child under age 13 and to accosting children for immoral purposes. In exchange, a second-degree criminal sexual conduct charge was dismissed.
Hulsing said it was a positive thing that Churchley admitted his guilt so that the children he assaulted did not have to testify during a trial, but the law required him to hand down the mandatory 25-year sentence.

QUEENSBURY — A registered sex offender who is on parole for failing to register his address has been indicted for raping and sexually abusing a child.
Joseph M. Slingerland, 34, faces felony counts of first-degree rape and first-degree sexual abuse and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl in Queensbury on July 12. He has pleaded not guilty.
A Warren County grand jury indicted Slingerland on the charges after a Warren County Sheriff’s Office investigation that began when police were contacted in July.
Court records show DNA evidence is being analyzed in the case, as male DNA was found on clothing that police recovered during the investigation. It is being compared to a sample from Slingerland.
His lawyer, Warren County Public Defender Marcy Flores, could not be reached for comment Thursday.
Slingerland is a registered sex offender because of a 2001 second-degree rape conviction in Saratoga County Court, a conviction that stemmed from having sex with a 14-year-old girl. He was not accused of forcing the teen to have sex, but she was too young to legally consent.

He was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in state prison last February for a May 2016 arrest for failure to register as a sex offender after he moved from Queensbury to a motel in Whitehall without registering his address. He was released after serving slightly more than the minimum portion of the term.
He was jailed for violating parole over the summer as the rape investigation unfolded, sent back to prison and released to the Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 12, state corrections records show.
That felony prosecution for failing to register his address was at least his third since 2008.
Slingerland was subsequently arraigned in Warren County Court and sent to Warren County Jail for lack of $100,000 cash bail or $300,000 bail bond.
He faces up to 32 years in state prison on the new charges.


EDWALL, Wash. – A registered sex offender was arrested for sexual abusing at least two girls. 
Spokane County Sheriff’s officials said they arrested Dean “DJ” Zumwalt, 38, for first-degree rape of a child, indecent liberties, first-degree child molestation and sexual exploitation of a minor. Zumwalt is already a level one registered sex offender stemming from a third-degree rape conviction in 2010.
Detectives said they identified two girls who may have been abused by Zumwalt and believe it is possible there are more victims.
In mid-December, authorities said a Spokane County deputy began investigating a report of a 7-year-old girl being abused by Zumwalt, who was a family friend. During the investigation, officials said detectives learned of an 8-year-old girl who said Zumwalt sexually abused her as well. 
Detectives said both victims said they were sexually abused while they attended sleepovers at Zumwalt’s home on South Carstens Road over the past several months. During these times, officials said there were additional young girls who attended the sleepovers. The girls have been identified but have not been interviewed by detectives. They are also attempting to identify two more potential victims known only as “Bree” and “Shaylin.”
Investigators said they also learned Zumwalt is suspected of a similar criminal act in Pend Oreille County and possibly in Lincoln County as well. 
Officials said Zumwalt appears to use the story of inviting girls to attend sleepovers with other young victims he sometimes refers to as his nieces as a ruse to lower the guard of unsuspecting parents.         
The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone who feels their child may have been victimized by Zumwalt in Spokane County or can provide information regarding the investigation, to contact Detective Kevin Richey at 509-477-3296.
If you are in a surrounding county and believe your child has been victimized by Zumwalt, detectives urge you to contact local law enforcement to report the information. 


A Hurricane man who violated his sex offender registration requirements was arrested for several additional counts of sexual abuse against minors. 
Sean Timothy O'Neill was arrested on Jan. 2 and charged with two sex offender registry violations, tampering with witness evidence, and two counts sex offenses against minors — one of which is a sodomy charge. 
He's being held at the Washington County jail, and his bail was enhanced to $75,000 cash-only. 
Court records indicate O'Neill was arrested in May of last year and charged with a sex offender registry violation. The case is still pending. 
According to the probable cause statement, investigators interviewed O’Neill's business partner, Eric Gelter. Gelter told investigators O’Neill had asked him to be a witness in his prior case in Washington County, but that O’Neill had told him to lie in court. 
The Hurricane City Police Department issued a news release regarding O'Neill, stating that he has previously been convicted of enticing a minor over the internet in order to engage in unlawful sexual activity. 
According to the release, detectives are conducting a follow-up investigation into O'Neill based on his history of sex crimes against minors in addition to this most recent offense. 
An interview with the 17-year-old victim in O’Neill's most recent case was interviewed at the Children's Justice Center in December, according to the probable cause filed in the case. 
The statement alleges O’Neill, 48, was communicating with the minor, 17, through Facebook messenger and text messages, and that he used several aliases online. 
During the interview, the victim disclosed that O’Neill picked her up from her residence in Hildale and brought her to his work. Shortly afterward, according to the probable cause, O’Neill took the minor to his home. 
There, the victim told officials O’Neill had taken off his clothes as well as hers, and that "she said she wanted to tell him 'no,' but she felt like she couldn't," the probable cause reads. 
The victim described feeling like "a rag doll" while the assault was occurring, according to the document.
During the course of the interview, the minor disclosed that she had been to O’Neill's house twice: once alone and once with a friend of hers. At some point, according to the probable cause, the minor and O’Neill shared nude photos of themselves online. 
Anyone who has had contact with O’Neill, either in person or via social media, is encouraged to reach out to the HPD at 435-627-4999. 

WOODSTOCK – A Woodstock man accused of sexually assaulting a girl younger than 13 has been arrested on multiple felony charges.
Daniel W. Pollet, 35, of the 1400 block of Commons Drive, Woodstock, was charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a child and aggravated criminal sexual abuse, according to the release.
If convicted of the most serious charge, Pollet could face six to 30 years in prison.
Officials from Centegra Hospital – Huntley informed the Woodstock police of a sex assault allegation involving a child younger than 13. After a preliminary investigation, a member of the Woodstock Police Department’s Investigation Division, the McHenry County Child Advocacy Center and the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office met to interview the victim.
The child told officials that the suspect had sexually assaulted her on numerous occasions, police said. The victim knew Pollet, and he was not a family member, Woodstock Police Chief John Lieb said.
Pollet was arrested at the Walworth County Courthouse in Wisconsin. He had been at the courthouse for a separate incident and remains in custody at the Walworth County Jail. He will be extradited to Illinois, police said.

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A Cushing man is awaiting sentencing after he pled guilty in Payne County District Court of counts relating to sexually abusing a girl beginning when she was about 10 or 11.
There was a jury trial scheduled for Jan. 24, but 34-year-old Brandon Scott Pendergraft pled guilty without an agreement with the prosecution and avoided that process – he also pled guilty to a charge of domestic assault with a dangerous weapon, on which he was accused of pointing a shotgun at the girl's mother in February, according to the filed affidavit.
Judge Stephen Kistler ordered a presentence investigation be conducted in advance of the March hearing while Pendergraft remains jailed on a total $175,000 bond in the two cases. 
The case began when the girl's mother was sweeping her rural Yale residence and found a memory card on the floor that, after accessing it, found several sexually explicit photos of the then-12-year-old girl
When the mother confronted Pendergraft, who was napping, about the card, he demanded the card and then began to choke her and hold her down as he tried to wrestle it away from her.
It wasn't until he pointed a shotgun at the woman that he removed the card from her pocket and left with two of his relatives that had arrived at the residence, according to the affidavit. Interviews with the girl, according to the affidavit, yielded sexual abuse that Pendergraft had done to the girl several years prior.
"(She) replied that defendant (Pendergraft) had done so much that the juvenile could not remember" the first time Pendergraft had abused her, according to the affidavit. She told interviewers that it happened daily to every other day, and also said he told her he wouldn't hurt her or her mother if she participated in the sexual activities.

WOODFORD COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18)-- A former Fayette County teacher accused of child sex abuse has been sentenced. 
Investigators say a woman came forward in 2015, claiming Larry Watts had fondled her back in 2001. 
Watts agreed to a plea deal for sexual abuse of a child under 16 years old with a recommended sentence of one year in prison. 
He worked at Morton Middle School, Cardinal Valley Elementary School and was an assistant basketball coach at Woodford County High School. 
Watts was sentenced to one year in prison, but that was probated for five years. 

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WILLIAMSPORT — A Jersey Shore man will spend at least three decades in a state prison for raping two girls over a span of years.
The two girls were under 10 years old when Nathan Edward Shaffer, 33, started fondling them in 2001. The abuse escalated over the years to Shaffer molesting and raping them multiple times until about 2007, police said.
Shaffer, formerly of 119 N. Broad St., was sentenced in Lycoming County court to serve 32 to 65 years in state prison.
Shaffer was charged in 2014 and brought the case to trial this past year. A jury returned a guilty verdict in May of 2017 on charges of rape of a child, statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child and other serious charges. There were 15 counts in total, according to court documents. Despite the convictions, Shaffer maintained the abuse was a lie. Shaffer said the two girls had lied because he refused to buy one of them alcohol.
The idea that the two victims maintained their story for many years and went through a trial where they had to testify to traumatic events was a stretch, Judge Marc F. Lovecchio said.
“They want you to serve decades, maybe the rest of your life, in prison because you wouldn’t buy them alcohol,”Lovecchio said. “That doesn’t make any sense to me.Assistant District Attorney A. Melissa Kalaus argued that Shaffer serve the “maximum allowable time by law.”
“There aren’t enough words to express the impact that this has had on these ladies,” Kalaus said.
She described the two victims as incredibly strong people.
“We can proceed to sentencing here today, but this will not be over for them,” Kalaus said. “This happened when they were 6, 7 … all the way up until 13 years old.”
Chief Public Defender William Miele wasn’t Shaffer’s attorney during his trial but asked Lovecchio to consider facts that came out during interviews with people assessing him — no history of past criminal behavior, a lengthy period of successful supervised bail and childhood physical abuse.
“I don’t see any emotion or acceptance of responsibility,” Lovecchio said.
As part of a sentence, Lovecchio considers the defendant’s rehabilitative needs as well as many other aspects.
“I can’t assess your rehabilitative needs because you don’t accept responsibility for it,” he said.
Shaffer didn’t speak when he was given a chance.
Originally scheduled was a hearing before sentencing to determine whether Shaffer was a sexually violent predator. But a recent higher courts decision dictates that this designation must be made by a jury.
Because Shaffer’s case predates the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act, he won’t have any sex offender registration or reporting requirements upon release.




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