One of the child victims told representatives from Child Protective Team that Camargo touched her "cooch" and "chi chi" (referring to her vagina and breasts) as recently as Monday.
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The child victim also described in detail the activities in which Camargo made her participate including watching pornography and making her touch his genitals.
In exchange for her silence, the child victim said Camargo gifted her with fake nails and candy. She said Camargo explicitly told her not to tell her mother about his behavior.
Another child victim told CPT that Camargo also made her watch pornography during a babysitting session at his home.
Camargo was charged with five counts of lewd or lascivious molestation. Camargo was also charged with two counts of showing obscene material to a minor.
Camargo admitted to touching one victim on her vagina and breasts when they were exposed, according to the police report.
Please, please, please people, do not use male baby-sitters; it's not worth the risk.
Devon Lamont and Raelynn McGraw booking mugshots. Thursday, March 24, 2016. Submitted Photos/The Tribune-Democrat,
EBENSBURG – A Johnstown man and a Butler County woman accused of child sex abuse were sentenced to time in state prison Thursday after a mixed verdict was delivered in December.
Devon Cashaw, 39, and Raelynn McGraw, 36, were each charged with multiple counts of indecent assault, aggravated indecent assault, endangering the welfare of children and corruption of minors in connection with abuse police say took place from 2005 to 2007 in a Richland Township home.
On Dec. 9, a Cambria County jury spent more than four hours deliberating before convicting Cashaw of two counts of aggravated indecent assault and indecent assault, along with one count each of corruption of a minor and endangering the welfare of children. The jury found McGraw guilty on one count each of indecent assault and corruption of minors and two counts of endangering the welfare of children.
Judge Patrick Kiniry sentenced Cashaw to serve 81/2 to 17 years in state prison Thursday, pay $4,200 in fines and complete 20 years of probation.
He sentenced McGraw to serve 3 to 6 years in state prison, pay $2,400 in fines and complete 10 years of probation. Neither is to have contact with either of the two children involved until after completing probation.
Kiniry ordered both to complete sex offender treatment, and they will be required to register under Megan’s law for the remainder of their lives after release. Neither defendant was determined to be a sexually violent predator by the state sexual offenders board.
During sentencing, McGraw’s attorney, Arnold Bernard, argued for less incarceration, pointing to her lack of criminal history, previous struggles with substance abuse and need for psychological help. “I ask this court to give Miss McGraw a second chance at life,” he said.
Since entering jail the night she was convicted, McGraw said she has lost more than 40 pounds and now weighs 95 pounds. She continues to stand by her innocence. “This is so devastating to me, that this is happening to me,” she said.
Assistant District Attorney Beth Bolton Penna said it’s time for McGraw “to accept responsibility for her own actions.” “Why don’t we consider the toll on these kids?” she said. “The toll on them is never-ending – it’s the rest of their lives because of her actions.”
Cashaw’s attorney, public defender Ryan Gleason, asked Kiniry for a sentence that will allow for parole in the future. Cashaw told Kiniry he made irresponsible decisions, “but that does not make me a child molester.”
You molested a child - that makes you a child molester!
Bolton Penna said one of the children suffered vaginal scarring at a time consistent with her claims that Cashaw abused her. “That’s evidence that just can’t be disputed,” Bolton Penna said. “It’s more than irresponsibility, it’s disgusting.”
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PENDLETON, Ore. – Detectives for the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office have arrested Jason Glen Drake, 41, of the Pendleton area for sex crimes against two young girls.
Sheriff Terry Rowan says the investigation into Drake began earlier this month when the victims’ mother reported her daughters reported the suspected abuse to the Department of Human Services.
“The biological mother of the two victims said that her daughters had disclosed being sexually abused,” he said. “So, from there, numerous investigative hours went into it.”
Rowan says the two girls were interviewed at the Guardian Care Center and described the abuse.
“It all sort of came to a head when detectives Eric Palmer and Casey Ward began interviewing the alleged suspect,” Rowan said. “Through that process they believed that they had probable cause to make the arrest.”
Rowan says the suspect was known to the girls and their mother. Drake was taken into custody Wednesday and is charged with a number of felonies including two counts of first-degree sodomy, two counts of first-degree sexual abuse, and first-degree forcible rape. He is being held on $650,000 bail.
A 47-year-old Bull Shoals, Arkansas man was arrested Thursday on child sex abuse charges, according to Marion County Sheriff Joan Vickers. James Michael Liaromatis was arrested on charges of sodomy or attempted first-degree sodomy, second-degree statutory sodomy and first-degree endangering the welfare of a minor.
Liaromatis is currently being held without bond in the Marion County jail while awaiting extradition to Missouri, according to Vickers. In Missouri, depending on the circumstances of the incident and the age of the victim, a conviction on a charge of first-degree sodomy carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.
TOOELE, Utah — A volunteer reading teacher at West Elementary School has been arrested and charged with one count of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a charge that is enhanced due to the man’s position of trust over the alleged victim.
The charge stems from an incident on March 21 when Tooele police were called to West Elementary School on a report of a sexual assault. According to a statement of probable cause, a 10-year-old girl reported that Vorwaller had touched her inappropriately during class.
The young girl said Vorwaller came to her desk to help her with a difficult word, but then he allegedly put his arms under her arms and grabbed her chest with his hands. According to the PC statement, the girl stated the man told her, “that she was becoming a young woman and then she pushed his hands away.”
Police responded to Vorwaller’s home and asked him to come down to the police department. Once advised of his Miranda rights, the man declined to speak further and requested an attorney.
He was booked into the Tooele County Jail Monday, and Wednesday he was formally charged with one count of aggravated sex abuse of a child as a first-degree felony.
Vorwaller was relocated to Davis County Jail. It was not clear why he was transferred to that facility.