Anthony Borrelli, Press Connects
Michael Clark, 48, allegedly abused the children, who were each younger than 11 years old, while residing in the Town of Fenton, state police said Friday. On April 29 of this year, troopers received a child abuse report from Broome County Child Protective Services and initiated the investigation.
Clark was charged with felony counts of first-degree criminal sexual act and first-degree sexual abuse.
He was arraigned in Fenton Town Court and sent back to the Gowanda Correctional Facility, where he was already incarcerated on an unrelated charge.
A future court appearance in the sex abuse case is pending, police said.
By Luis Cruz ABC27
(WHTM) – A former Lititz man has been convicted of sexually abusing a girl for several years, beginning when she was 4.
Chad Earl Frantz, 37, was convicted Wednesday on 10 charges, seven felonies including rape of a child.
According to court documents, the abuse started in 2003 and went on for six years while Frantz resided in Clay Township.
Frantz was committed to Lancaster County Prison on $1 million bail. He is expected to be sentenced in three months.
Carol Robinson al.com
A 47-year-old Shelby County man is in jail, accused of sexually abusing a young child.
Palma, who lives in Chelsea, is charged with sodomy and two counts of sex abuse of a child less than 12. He remains jailed with bond set at $180,000.
Court records show prosecutors requested a high bond because of the seriousness of the charges and the fact that Palma is not a legal resident of the U.S.
Abbott Brant, Poughkeepsie Journal
HYDE PARK, NY - A Hyde Park man was arrested Friday after alleged sexual assault and sexual abuse of a child, according to police.
Hyde Park police charged Douglas L. Ogden, 68, with predatory sexual assault of a child and sex abuse of a child, both felonies, as well as endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor.
Police were called to a Hyde Park residence to investigate a possible sexual assault. After a brief interview with the family, five children from the residence, ages seven to 15, were brought to the Hyde Park Police Department to continue the investigation with assistance from the Child Advocacy Center.
Following the interviews, Ogden was picked up by police, interviewed at the Town of Hyde Park Police Department and charged. He was arraigned in front of Judge Steinberg and remanded to the Dutchess County Jail without bail.
Ogden is due back in Hyde Park Justice Court on Dec. 3.