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A Newburg man is charged with statutory rape and statutory sodomy after having sexual contact with a child.
Earnest R. Dobbs, age 70 of Newburg, was arrested on July 20, when it was reported he had sexual contact with a female child, age 10.
According to a release issued by the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department, Dobbs is a relative of the victim and the incident occurred when the victim and her family were visiting Dobbs and another female relative.
The victim alleged in the probable cause statement that she was in bed with Dobbs and the female relative. According to the statement, she woke up and found Earnest Dobbs on top of her with his “bad spot” inside her “bad spot.”
A Child Advocacy Center (CAC) interview with the victim identified these “bad spots” as the victim’s and Dobbs genitals, according to the probable cause statement.
The probable cause statement said the female relative woke up and asked Dobbs what he was doing. Dobbs then said he “had a tick” and got out of bed to go into the restroom. The probable cause statement alleged the victim then left the residence and ran to a neighbor’s house.
The probable cause statement said the neighbors heard screaming outside their residence and found the victim crying outside. The victim reported what had occurred, and one of the neighbors claimed they saw Dobbs driving by in his underwear, looking for the victim, according to the statement.
Hobbs was arrested and incarcerated in the Phelps County Jail with a bond of $500,000.
An Illinois man is charged with statutory sodomy and child molestation after having sexual intercourse with a child.
Terry A. Putnam, age 54 of Caseyville, Illinois, was arrested on June 18 after the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department Deputies “received a complaint that an adult male was observed having sexual contact with a child,” according to a release issued by the Sheriff’s department.
According to the release and the probable cause statement, the victim was an 11-year-old child.
In the probable cause statement, the victim stated they were visiting a Rolla residence with their family and stayed that night in the living room with their sibling. The victim stated Putnam came out of his bedroom, adjacent to the living room, and told the victim he had something for them in his bedroom.
The probable cause statement says the victim reported that “when she got into the bedroom, Putnam pushed something in front of the door to block it.” According to the document this item was later identified as a plastic storage shelf unit. The victim stated Putnam then picked them up and placed them on the bed before turning off the light.
According to the probable cause statement, Putnam tried to forcefully remove the victim’s clothing, and the victim physically and verbally resisted. The victim also stated Putnam “kept asking her things she couldn’t hear,” and they kept telling him to stop.
The probable cause statement says the victim’s father woke up and went to the living room where his children were sleeping, and did not see the victim. According to the statement, the father went to Putnam’s room and tried to open the door. When he got it open he saw the victim with her clothes mostly removed and Putnam moving to the other side of the bed. According to the probable cause statement, the victim came out of the bedroom and told the father what had happened.
Putnam was arrested at approximately 3:30 in the morning, according the probable cause statement and the press release issued by the sheriff’s department. Putnam was incarcerated at the Phelps County Jail with a bond set at $500,000.
A Rolla man is charged with four separate counts of statutory sodomy after engaging in deviant sexual intercourse with child.
According to a release issued by the Phelps County Sheriffs Department, Dennis Eugene Keeney, age 70, of Rolla, was arrested after a complaint was received of an adult male having intercourse with a 5-year-old child.
Keeney was interviewed, according to the release, and then arrested and incarcerated in Phelps County Jail. Keeney’s bail was set at $500,000.
Rolla man is charged with four separate counts of statutory sodomy CORBIN KOTTMANN Jun 30, 2017

A Grand Forks man who is awaiting trial in Minnesota on two counts of sexual assault on children was charged with four similar counts in North Dakota this week for acts that took place in 2009 and 2010 after local prosecutors asked a state agency to reopen the case.
George Robert Lyons, 36, has been charged with four counts of gross sexual imposition. Three of the counts come with the state's most severe charge, Class AA felonies each punishable with life in prison, and a Class A felony.
Lyons is accused of giving a 13-year-old sleeping pills, sexually assaulting and taking photos of the victim in March 2009 in Arvilla, N.D. That case was reported to Grand Forks Social Services, court documents state.
In February 2010 the victim reported to Red River Children's Advocacy Center that Lyons committed similar abuses, including drugging and sexual assault that occurred throughout 2009 and 2010 at residences in Arvilla and Grand Forks.
In January 2010 the victim also reported that Lyons forcefully assaulted the victim when she was 14 years old.
The charges come after an investigation from the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, which began in January 2016 after the Grand Forks County State's Attorney's Office requested BCI reopen a child sexual abuse case first reported to authorities in 2009, according to court documents filed this week.
Lyons' case is being prosecuted by the North Dakota Attorney General's Office, not the Grand Forks County State's Attorney's Office. Assistant Attorney General Britta K. Demello Rice is prosecuting the case for the state.
"This office is prosecuting the case at the request of the county's state's attorney," Liz Brocker, spokeswoman for the Attorney General's Office, told the Herald via email.
Brocker deferred comment on why the request was made to the Grand Forks County State's Attorney's Office.
Grand Forks County State's Attorney David Jones declined to comment.

Grand Forks man charged with sexually assaulting child Andrew Hazzard 7

The Porterville Police Department have made an arrest after an ongoing investigation into child sexual abuse.  

24-year old Johnny Vega of Porterville was taken into custody earlier today.  Investigators say they received information that Vega had been sexually abusing two girls under the age of 10. Detectives interviewed the victims and both reported numerous incidents of sexual acts taking place at Vega's residence over the past year, according the Porterville Police Department.
Vega was arrested and booked at the Tulare County Sheriff's Office on multiple felony charges.  His bail has been set at $470,000. 

Anyone with information regarding this crime is encouraged to contact Detective W. Martin at (559) 782-7400.  

Breaking: South Valley Man Arrested For Alleged Child Sex Abuse Eric Luttrell Jun 30, 2017 

A former Harborough man who deliberately targeted young girls for his sexual gratification has been jailed for 12 years.

Daniel Painter, 28, formerly of St Mary’s Road, Market Harborough, was sentenced to eight years for one count of rape, and to four more years for four counts of sexual activity with a child.
On release from prison, he will be the subject of a two-year extended licence and a Sexual Harm Prevention Order, with strict conditions. His name will also appear of the Sex Offenders Register for the rest of his life.
Detective Superintendent Simon Cure said: “I hope this case demonstrates that anyone who intends to commit such appalling offences against children will not get away with it. We will find them and we will prosecute them.”
Painter was sentenced at Leicester Crown Court on Thursday (June 29) having been found guilty at a trial in May.
The court heard how he had befriended the victims, aged 15 and 16 at the time of the offences in 2015, and lured them back to his home where he carried out his crimes.
Detective Constable Kasie Carter-Moore, a member of the force’s Signal team who investigated Painter, said: “These victims were vulnerable young girls, who were plied with drugs and alcohol and sexually abused on a number of occasions.
Painter knew these girls were teenagers but that didn’t make any difference to the abuse they suffered at his hands.
“While I’m pleased that Painter was found guilty and justice has been done, the victims will need to live with what happened to them for the rest of their lives. I can only hope that his conviction and prison sentence will help them move on with their lives.
“I want to reassure anyone who may have been a victim of abuse, or who knows someone who has been and for whatever reason doesn’t feel they can come forward, that we have specialist officers who can guide and support them through the various stages of an investigation and enable them to speak to various other support agencies who can help.”
The investigation into Painter also involved Child Sexual Exploitation officers from Leicestershire County Council.
Councillor Ivan Ould, cabinet member for children and families, said: “We’ve supported the vulnerable young people in this case to get to a position where they have felt confident enough to give evidence against the perpetrator.
“We remain committed to tackling child sexual exploitation and I’m pleased that our joint work with the police is helping to secure convictions.”

Former Harborough man jailed for sexually abusing young girls 03 July 2017

An Athens man who already was on the state’s sex offender list when he reportedly molested a 4-year-old girl in 2015 recently began serving a 30-year sentence that was imposed by a Clarke County Superior Court judge.
Timothy Paul Crane, 56, must serve the first 13 years of his sentence in prison and the balance on probation. Although he pleaded guilty to four felony counts of child molestation on Sept. 21, he was free on bond at the time and did not surrender to authorities until Sunday at the Clarke County Jail, where he will be held until the state Department of Corrections takes custody of him.
Crane was arrested in October 2015 by the Athens-Clarke County Police Department, on allegations he molested the little girl at a home in north Athens between July 20 and Sept. 19.
The girl did not live Athens, and police said her mother would bring the child to Athens to see a female relative, who was in a romantic relationship with Crane and lived with him at a residence off Danielsville Road.
The molestation occurred during some of those visits, when the child was left alone with the suspect, police said. The child’s story about what Crane did to her remained consistent during a forensic interview, according to police.
At the time of the child molestation, Crane already was on the state’s sex offender registry for being convicted of statutory rape and cruelty to children in Jackson County in 1999.
Crane’s requests for a judge to set bond were denied until January 2016, when he was released upon posting a bond of $120,000, according to court records.
His case had been placed on Superior Court Judge Lawton Stephens’ trial calendar for the week of July 7, but on June 21 Crane withdrew his not-guilty pleas and entered into a plea agreement with the Western Judicial Circuit District Attorney in which he pleaded guilty to all four counts of child molestation.
Anyone who has been sexually assaulted or knows someone who has can contact The Cottage Sexual Assault Center and Children’s Advocacy Center. The agency provides a range of free services to child and adult victims of sexual and physical abuse, including medical accompaniment, advocacy, referrals, counseling and support groups.
The Cottage also maintains a 24-hour crisis and information hotline at (877) 363-1912.

Convicted Athens child molester begins serving 30-year sentence July 3, 2017 Joe Johnson
COLUMBIANA – A Montevallo man, who formerly listed an address in Pelham, was arrested and received an additional charge sexual abuse of a child younger than 12 years old.
Irwing Ivan Jaramillo-Teodoro was first arrested and charged with three counts of sexual abuse of a child younger than 12 years old. His arrest warrants state that he “touched the victim’s vaginal area and took pictures of the victim’s genital area on multiple occasions” between November 2015 and February 2016.
Teodoro was released from the Shelby County Jail on bonds totaling $90,000 for the first three charges on July 16, 2017.
On June 28, Teodoro was arrested and charged with a fourth count of sexual abuse of a child under 12 after he subjected an underage victim to sexual contact within the aforementioned time period.
Teodoro’s preliminary hearing for the original three charges was postponed multiple times, and took place on March 15. A motion to submit a number of items, records and statements from the defendant, the victim and witnesses into custody was filed by Teodoro’s defense attorney on March 14. The motion was partially granted and partially denied by Shelby County District Court Judge Daniel A. Crowson as the result of the preliminary hearing.
Sexual abuse of a child younger than 12 years old is a Class B felony. Teodoro could face up to twenty years and owe a maximum of $30,000 in fines if convicted.
Teodoro is currently held at the Shelby County Jail on a $30,000 bond. His case was assigned to Crowson, and his preliminary hearing for the fourth charge is set for Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 8:30 a.m.
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