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A 63-year-old Houma man was arrested after sexually abusing a child, authorities said.

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A Hermantown, Minn. man was sentenced Wednesday to 60 years in prison for sexually assaulting a pre-teen girl.
Brian Arthur Barthman, 47, was sentenced by Judge Shaun Floerke on Wednesday to two 30-year prison sentences to be served one after the other, according to the St. Louis County Attorney's Office. Barthman was found guilty in March of three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and three counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.
St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rubin said the sentence is believed to be the longest-duration sentence for a sex crime in the county since Minnesota's sentencing guidelines were implemented in the early 1980s.
Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Rebekka Stumme, who prosecuted the case, said in a statement, "Words fail to do justice under the unimaginable circumstances, but this sentence is a good start."
Authorities were contacted by mandatory reporters in the Hermantown school district in 2015 after the girl said that Barthman, who was known to her, had touched her on multiple occasions. She also told authorities that in addition to the touching, he asked her to have "some X" and when she said no, he forced her to have intercourse, according to the complaint. She said she declined to view " 'naughty pictures' and video" with Barthman, according to the criminal complaint. She said she was unsure how old she was when it began.
Barthman also is facing a federal charge for possessing child pornography involving children younger than 12 years old. The indictment, filed in October, alleges that Barthman possessed hundreds of child pornography images that included children subjected to sexual abuse and other violence. Barthman has pleaded not guilty to the federal charge and his trial is scheduled for June 26 in Duluth.
An Astoria man was sentenced to 40 years in prison Wednesday after being convicted of sexually abusing his daughter.
Gregory Guy Tarvin, 62, reached a plea deal last week after originally being indicted on 48 counts of first-degree sex abuse, one count of first-degree sodomy and one count of unlawful sexual penetration. He pleaded guilty to 10 counts of first-degree sex abuse as part of the agreement.
Tarvin was arrested and indicted in January.
Just before Tarvin’s arrest, an Astoria Police officer saw Tarvin’s 14-year-old daughter walking on the sidewalk while wearing her pajamas in subfreezing temperatures. The girl told the officer she was running away from home after a physical confrontation with her father. She later disclosed the abuse she had been facing.
The incidents for which Tarvin was convicted took place in a two-month span in 2015, though the original charges alleged that the abuse continued through May 2016. First-degree sex abuse carries a mandatory minimum sentence of six years, three months for each count.
Police received reports of the abuse in April 2016, but Tarvin’s daughter did not want to press charges or discuss the matter at the time.
Because the girl’s mother, who was 17 years old at the time of her birth, was abusive toward her, Tarvin was given custody. She moved in with him at the Emerald Heights Apartments in July 2015, when the abuse began. The two slept in the same bed, where the girl would wake up multiple times each week to her father touching her inappropriately.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Ron Brown read a transcript from a recorded conversation between Tarvin and his daughter.
The girl demanded that her father explain his actions. He told her he “had not the slightest idea” why he felt the need to commit the crimes, but that he did see her differently than other girls. Tarvin speculated that he might have been immature and afraid of losing her.
Tarvin allegedly was verbally and physically aggressive toward his daughter as well.
Sobbing, Tarvin’s daughter read a statement to her father at his sentencing in Circuit Court. She said she felt sorry for him for becoming angry and hateful after his own abuse as a child. Tarvin said a psychologist determined he likely was molested twice as a child.
“I don’t want you to think I hate you. I hate what you did,” his daughter said.
She told him how she still is full of anger and wakes up crying in the middle of the night.
“Maybe someday I can move on and forgive you, but I don’t see that happening anytime soon,” she said. “A father is supposed to protect his daughter, and you failed.”
Six of Tarvin’s family and friends, including one of his daughters, provided character references before the sentencing that said he was, among other things, caring and a hard worker.
“I’ve thought about it a million times,” Tarvin said. “I know she hates me, and I don’t blame her. She can’t hate me any worse than I hate myself.”
Judge Paula Brownhill said she wanted to effectively send Tarvin to prison for the rest of his life.
“She will never recover from this. I hope she can move on and have a good life, but you stole her childhood,” Brownhill said. “You affected her future, and I’m going to affect yours.”


A former Hot Springs police officer was arrested on felony charges alleging he molested a 9-year-old female on multiple occasions in Garland County beginning in January 2017.
Paul Henry Allen, 41, of Hot Springs, who resigned from the Hot Springs Police Department on Tuesday, was initially arrested by Malvern police in Malvern and transported to the Hot Spring/Garland County line where he was taken into custody by Garland County sheriff's deputies shortly after 7 a.m. Wednesday and charged with four counts of second-degree sexual assault, punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Allen was later released on $10,000 bond and is set to appear May 15 in Garland County District Court.
The female was interviewed at the Cooper Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center that same day with the interview audio and video recorded. Wright and Tonseth later viewed the recorded interview.
The female disclosed the abuse began on Jan. 6, 2017 at a location in Garland County.
She alleged that Allen on more than one occasion had rubbed her buttocks, both on top of and underneath her clothing. She could not recall how many times the incidents occurred, but noted it was more than once with the last incident occurring on April 17.
She said she would sometimes pretend to be asleep when Allen touched her "because she was scared," the affidavit states.
Investigators reviewed text messages exchanged between Allen and another person, including one text in which Allen stated he once tried to move the female's hand toward his privates, but she woke up and he stopped.
In other text messages, Allen admitted to squeezing and touching the female's buttocks "four to five times" and that he stated he is "f - - - - - - sick" and "sorry for what he did" and that he didn't want to go to prison.

A Taylor County grand jury indicted a Waco man Thursday on a charge of  continuous sexual abuse of two children over a period of four years.
Jose Zapata, 31, posted a $100,000 bond Jan. 17 and was released from the Taylor County Jail.
Two girls under 14 told police that Zapata sexually abused them from 2009 through 2013, according to court documents.
If convicted, Zapata faces up to life in prison and a fine not to exceed $10,000.
An Abilene also was indicted on a charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child.
Marcus Earldale Henslee, 27, remains in the Taylor County Jail in lieu of a $100,000 bond. He was arrested March 29.
A 9-year-old girl told authorities Henslee sexually abused her for about five weeks, starting in February 2016, according to court documents.
If convicted, Henslee faces up to life in prison and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

HELENA - Louis Mikesell of Lincoln has been charged with three felonies involving children.
Mikesell, 65 years old, was arrested on Wednesday.
He is charged with sexual intercourse without consent on a child under the age of 12, and two counts of felony assault on a minor.
Prosecutors say Mikesell sexually abused a girl on numerous occasions between January 2015 and April of this year.
The abuse occurred in Mikesell’s home, and in a recreational vehicle on his property.
The child told investigators that Mikesell would put his "privates" in her "privates."
Mikesell told investigators that he would routinely take naps with the victim, but never did anything other than sleep.
The girl told investigators she was afraid of the 65-year old Mikesell because of his abuse of two boys.     
During a forensic interview with the boys, they said Mikesell would take the victim into his room to take a nap, with the bedroom door often locked.
The boys told investigators that Mikesell punched and hit them when they made him angry on one occasion, leaving one boy with a black eye.
One victim said when he slammed a door in February or March, Mikesell hit him in the face with his fist and slapped him on the back of his head.
On another occasion, the same boy said Mikesell “monkey punched” him, using a closed fist with one knuckle sticking out while punching him in the forehead to the point where it left a bump.
Mikesell was seen by Justice of the Peace Michael Swingley on Thursday.
Bond for Mikesell was set at $50,000.
He is scheduled to be arraigned later this month.

Lincoln man charged with sexual abuse of child May 05, 2017 Dennis Carlson

HERNDON, Va. - A Herndon man has been charged with sexually abusing a juvenile over the course of the past four years. 
Eric W. Judy, 53, is charged with carnal knowledge of a child, (13-15-years-old) taking indecent liberties with a child by person in custodial or supervisory relationship and production of child pornography
The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office became aware of the allegations on May 1, after the victim confided the information to a family member. The victim, who is now 17, reported the suspect had sexually abused him since May 2013, when he was 13-years-old.  
The suspect, who was a family friend, often took the child alone on trips in Loudoun County, in the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as other parts of the United States. Detectives with the Loudoun Sheriff's Special Victims Unit are reaching out to the other jurisdictions as part of the continuing investigation.        
Judy was arrested last night at his home by members of the Fairfax County Police Department. He remains held at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center on no bond.

Man charged for alleged sexual abuse of child over past four years Jonathan Hunter May 04, 2017

A man accused of engaging in "continual" sexual conduct with a child less than 13 years old was arrested Wednesday following a month-long investigation.
Raul Plaza, 51, was charged with predatory sexual assault against a child, a felony, according to a Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office press release.
In order to protect the victim’s privacy, the sheriff’s office isn’t releasing details of the case at this time, according to the release.
The investigation was conducted by the Dutchess County Child Advocacy Center with the assistance of the Dutchess County District Attorney’s Office.
Plaza was arraigned before Town of Wappinger Court and remanded to Dutchess County Jail without bail. He’s due to reappear in court Monday.
Anyone with information about this case or similar incidents with Plaza are urged to report it to one of three places: The Child Advocacy Center — asking for deputy sheriff Ben Sistarenik — at 845-486-3778; the sheriff’s office detective bureau at 845-486-3820; or the sheriff’s office Tip Line at 845-605-2583.



Man arrested, charged with sexual abuse against child Jack Howland , Poughkeepsie JournalMay 4, 2017



NORRISTOWN >> Noon bells tolled Wednesday as Montgomery County Court Judge Garrett D. Page sentenced a Norristown man to up to 26 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl, who was in his company almost two years ago.
Javier Daniel-Rosas33, of the 100 block of Wayne Avenue, will serve seven to 14 years for a first degree felony charge of rape of a child and six to 12 years for a first degree felony involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child. The two sentences will be served consecutively, meaning Daniel-Rosas will spend between 13 to 26 years in prison. After that he’s been ordered to serve two years probation before he is deported back to his home country of Mexico. In total, he may be under court supervision for the next 28 years of his life before he is removed from this country.
Daniel-Rosas, who speaks Spanish and does not understand English, pleaded guilty through a court interpreter Jan. 11, 2017 to the two felony charges. He was arrested by Norristown Police in July 2015 after the department was notified by Philadelphia authorities that a young girl was examined in a city hospital after reporting the assault, according to a criminal complaint. The victim told investigators that Daniel-Rosas sexually assaulted her.
When interviewed by police with a Spanish-speaking detective, Daniel-Rosas gave a partial confession, saying he was drunk at the time of the incident, but that he knows the victim to be “an honest child” and though he did not remember the assault but believes the victim, the complaint said.
Page ordered a pre-sentencing investigation, a drug, alcohol and mental health examination and a sexually violent predator assessment. That assessment determined Daniel-Rosas did not meet the criteria to be considered a sexually violent predator and Page ruled as such Wednesday.
At the sentencing hearing, prosecutor Benjamin McKenna read two statements from the victim’s parents who said their child hasn’t been the same since the incident. The victim’s father described his daughter as “lifeless” because of what happened. The victim’s mother said she and her husband and their daughter have all been in therapy.
“(Daniel-Rosas) needs to pay for what he did,” she wrote. “Help us to find justice. I pray for justice.”
Defense Attorney Jodi Leigh Griffis said her client was a victim too, having suffered sexual abuse starting when he was 7 years old and continuing until he left Mexico when he was about 14. Daniel-Rosas told the judge he was sorry and said he has children of his own. He would like the opportunity to raise them right and stop the cycle of abuse.

VIDEO: Norristown man sentenced up to 26 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl Eric Devlin 05/03/17


AN EX-PRIEST has been extradited from Queensland to face historical sex offences upon young boys in the New England.
David Joseph Perrett was charged on Friday afternoon by Armidale detectives in Tenterfield with nine counts of indecent assault upon a male.
Detectives allege the 79-year-old former Catholic priest assaulted four young boys between 1970 and 1982 in Armidale and Guyra.
New England Inspector Roger Best said the lengthy investigation by detectives culminated in an arrest on Thursday.
“Armidale detectives travelled to Queensland on Thursday morning where a 79-year-old Wallangarra man was arrested by Wallangarra police,” he told The Leader.
“The man was taken to Warwick watchhouse where New England detectives applied to extradite the man back to NSW in Warwick Magistrates Court.”
Perrett appeared in the court on Friday morning where the extradition was granted.
He was taken into the custody of two Armidale detectives who took him to Tenterfield Police Station where he was questioned and later charged with nine sex abuse offences.
“Detectives will allege a 79-year-old indecently assaulted four boys aged between 9 and 12 at various locations in Armidale and Guyra between 1970 and 1982,” Inspector Best said.
“He was charged with nine counts of indecent assault upon a male, the charge that was in place at the time of the alleged offending.
“The man was refused bail and will front Armidale Local Court on Saturday morning.
“I want to assure the community that despite the passage of time, New England police will investigate any report of abuse, no matter when it occurred.”
The Leader understands Perrett was a serving Catholic priest in the Armidale Diocese in several areas including Armidale, Guyra and Walgett in the 1970s through to the 90s.
In a statement, the Diocese said it was cooperating with the investigation.
“The Diocese is aware that a priest who ministered in the Diocese of Armidale from 1961 to 1995, has been arrested in relation to historical child sexual abuse allegations,” a statement said.
“He has not been in ministry since August 1995. The Diocese is cooperating with the NSW Police. ”

Ex-priest David Joseph Perrett charged by Armidale detectives with historical sex abuse offences Breanna Chillingworth 5 May 2017

 

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