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domenica 23 aprile 2017
CHILD RAPISTS 96
BRISTOL, VA (WJHL) – Police in Bristol, VA arrested a man after an investigation into the sexual abuse of a 6-year-old girl.
Police arrested 58-year-oldRickie Lynn Cox, of Bristol,VA and charged him with several crimes including four counts of rape, multiple counts of indecent liberties with a child, and object sexual penetration.
Cox was arrested on Wednesday and is being held without bond in the Bristol, VA City Jail.
A Kane County jury convicted an Elgin man of sexually assaulting a child he knew, prosecutors said.
Paul E. Wheeler, also known as Paul D'Amico, of the 1500 block of W. Highland Ave., was convicted Tuesday of a class X felony of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child and a class 2 felony aggravated criminal sexual abuse, according to a news release from the Kane County State's Attorney's office.
Kane County Assistant State's Attorneys Megan Baxter and Bianca Camargo presented evidence that between September 2004 and December 2005 Wheeler sexually assaulted a child he knew, the release stated.
Associate Judge David R. Kliment will sentence Wheeler at a hearing scheduled for June 15. Wheeler faces between 6 and 30 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections, it stated. His $25,000 bond was revoked and he was taken into custody, it stated.
In addition to the prison term, Wheeler must register for life as a sexual offender in accordance with the Illinois Sexual Offender Registration Act, the release stated.
A Baltimore County teacher has been charged with sexually abusing a 13-year-old student during school hours, police said.
Chadwick F. Zamarron, 35, of the 4300 block of Breeders Cup, is charged with sexual abuse of a minor, perverted practice, second- and third-degree sexual offense and sex abuse by a person in authority. He is a teacher at Northwest Academy of Health Sciences, a middle school at 4627 Old Court Road.
Zamarron is being held without bail in the Baltimore County Detention Center, police said. According to police, Zamarron admitted to everything.
Police said detectives began an investigation last week, after the student told her mother that she had performed a sex act on Zamarron.
The girl told a social worker that beginning in January, she sent sexually explicit messages to Zamarron through social media platforms. A friendship developed that involved verbal, sexual and electronic communication during school hours, police said
"A 35-year-old man, in a position of authority as a teacher, who was expected to be a role model and a mentor to children, knows better than to begin a sexual relationship with a child," Baltimore County police Officer Jennifer Peach said.
Investigators said he relationship became physical in February and involved kissing and sexual acts performed periodically in Zamarron's classroom and office in February and March.
"We were able to determine that the sexual contact between the teacher and student happened on school grounds, during school hours," Peach said.
Police said Zamarron wrote hall passes providing excuses for the girl not to be in scheduled classes.
Seven charges have been filed against Ronald Hill in a sexual abuse case involving two male minors.
Ronald J. Hill, of Laquey, has been charged with multiple counts stemming from a sexual abuse case investigated by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department.
The charges include two counts of Child Molestation in the 1st. Degree, two counts of Statutory Sodomy in the 2nd Degree, and two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child in the 1st Degree.
According to court records, Hill was given a $750,000 bond and Judge Colin Long recused himself from the case. The charges were filed Wednesday.
The probable cause statement filed in the case cites reports from two different male victims reporting that they had a sexual relationship with Hill “from the ages of 13 to 17.”
One of the males said, according to the probable cause statement, that “these sexual encounters happened constantly” and it was “hard for him to remember them all.”
The detective reported in the probable cause statement that the reporting parties described multiple incidents of sexual acts with Hill.
According to the probable cause statement, the detective found a recording on the phone of one of the reporting parties from “a male who identified himself as” Hill carrying on a conversation about a sexual act the two engaged in.
“During the execution of the search warrant several items were seized that corroborated the victims statement,” the detective reported in the probable cause statement.
It’s also noted in the probable cause statement by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department detective that “a criminal history was conducted on Hill. The history revealed Hill had one prior arrest for deviate sexual assault in 1994.”
A search of Missouri Case Net revealed that three protection orders have been filed and served on Hill recently. The orders were all filed on April 10, 2017 and were served April 17. A hearing has been scheduled on the protection orders for April 24 in Pulaski County Court with Judge Michael Headrick.
Additionally, Case Net says Hill “shall have no contact with minor children.”
A MAN is due to appear in court charged with historic sex offences at a Hampshire children’s home.
William John Gillham is due to appear before Southampton Crown Court.
The 64-year-old was charged on Wednesday with 15 counts of indecent assault and other serious sexual offences against boys who were under the age of 16 during the 1980s in Hampshire.
Gillham, whose address is Rue des Fours Ecoine, Deux-Sèvres, France, faces charges relating to alleged offences at the former Palmerston House children’s home on Botley Road, Romsey.
Hampshire police have said that this investigation does not involve any other children’s homes or institutions.
It charges follow inquiries by detectives from Hampshire Constabulary’s Operation Marmion, investigating non-recent cases of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and abuse have charged a man with serious sexual offences involving children.
The charges form part of Hampshire Constabulary’s ongoing review of non-recent CSE and abuse cases
The review includes a re-examination of available evidence, and the offer of additional support alongside partner agencies to those affected by CSE and abuse.
The work of Operation Marmion also involves child protection specialists from local authorities.
Previous victims of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and abuse, or anyone with information, can contact Operation Marmion detectives at Hampshire Constabulary’s Southern Training Headquarters at Netley by phoning 101.
Alternatively, information can be given anonymously by phoning the independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.