Everyday thousands of children are being sexually abused. You can stop the abuse of at least one child by simply praying. You can possibly stop the abuse of thousands of children by forwarding the link in First Time Visitor? by email, Twitter or Facebook to every Christian you know. Save a child or lots of children!!!! Do Something, please!
3:15 PM prayer in brief:
Pray for God to stop 1 child from being molested today.
Pray for God to stop 1 child molestation happening now.
Pray for God to rescue 1 child from sexual slavery.
Pray for God to save 1 girl from genital circumcision.
Pray for God to stop 1 girl from becoming a child-bride.
If you have the faith pray for 100 children rather than one.
Give Thanks. There is more to this prayer here
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017
9 Stories Make Up Today's P&P List from USA
A father and son team, a 'candyman', a young woman, a church maintenance man, 'Caregiver from Hell', A Marine Colonel, & a soccer coach, among assorted perverts and pedophiles
Another Father and Son Pervert Team?
VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - A Volusia County father and son remain in the county jail without bail after they were arrested on charges of abusing two children, deputies said.
9 Investigates reporter Daralene Jones found out this isn’t the first time the family has been investigated.
Leslie Ross Senior and Leslie Ross Junior are accused of abusing one of the girls starting with when she was 3 years old and the other when she was 5; both are family members, investigators said.
Channel 9 normally doesn’t report on stories involving allegations of sexual abuse and family members because it may identify the victims, but we chose to do so in this case because of the previous allegations leading up the arrests.
One of the girls said the abuse continued until three weeks before the police report was filed, investigators said.
Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood told Eyewitness News that sex abuses cases are most common among family.
“We teach kids in school, someone calls you to a car, don't go over, clearly there's a threat there. The biggest threat, in my opinion, is internal, coming from your family members,” Chitwood said.
Leslie Ross Senior has lived in the same DeLand home for more than 40 years.
Ross Jr. was a teacher at T. Dewitt Taylor Middle-High School, in Pierson, and was investigated for having a sexual relationship with a student in 1999 and again in 2006 with two different 17-year-old students.
9 Investigates learned he married his first victim and they later had a child. They divorced when she learned Ross Jr. allegedly cheated with another student in 2006 at Taylor-High School.
He had worked for the school since 1997 but resigned the day after the accusation was made, a school spokesperson said. The state later revoked his teaching license.
The cases involving Ross Jr. were never prosecuted because the victims did not cooperate, investigators said.
Ross Sr. was accused of molesting one of the victims in 2006, but the prosecutor declined to file charges, according to reports obtained by 9 Investigates. The state attorney’s office and the Volusia County sheriff could not explain why charges were never filed.
Both face charges of sexual battery and lewd and lascivious molestation. If convicted, both face life in prison.
A small town’s so-called “candyman” faces
child sex charges spanning two decades
Police arrested Carl Axel Hagnas on child sex abuse charges for incidents that allegedly began in 1992 and continued until 2015. Hagnas was known in his hometown of Warrenton, Oregon as “The Candyman” because he frequently gave candy to children in the town.
The Clatsop County Circuit Court warrant that led to the August 25 arrest listed twelve charges of first-degree sexual abuse and one charge of first-degree sodomy. The charges are the result of numerous investigations over the past few years, KAST reports. He reportedly abused one child eight times between 1992 and 1996, but those crimes weren’t reported until 2015 — the same year he abused two other young girls.
Hagnas was a handyman in the town and was well-known. He also volunteered at Ocean View Cemetery; where some of the crimes reportedly took place, according to the Daily Astorian. He manages a number of rental properties in the town and performs small jobs around the community. He was previously arrested and convicted in 1991 on charges of manufacturing and delivering a controlled substance.
A press release from the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Department states that “Hagnas was known to the victims and their families as a friend.” If convicted on the charges, he could face up to 81 years in prison, according to the Daily Astorian.
Brooklyn Man Sentenced To 30 Years For
Sex Abuse Of Girl
A Brooklyn man was sentenced to spend 30 years in prison for multiple counts of rape and sexual offenses against a girl
By Deb Belt (Patch National Staff)
ANNAPOLIS, MD — A Brooklyn Park man was sentenced to spend 30 years in prison for multiple counts of rape and sexual offenses against a girl, prosecutors say.
Demetrius Troy Wallace, 43, was sentenced by Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Michael Wachs to 30 years in prison, five years of supervised probation upon release, and lifetime registration as a sex offender for sexually assaulting a minor.
On November 17, 2015, Annapolis Police received a case from the Child Advocacy Center about a 15-year-old girl who had been sexually assaulted by Wallace between November 2014 and August 2015.
On July 26, 2017, Wallace was found guilty after a four-day trial of three counts of second-degree rape, two counts of second-degree sex offense, and one count of sex offense of a minor.
Roanoke woman pleads guilty to
child sex abuse and other charges
By Web Staff
ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ7) Court officials say Shannon Marie Bobrosky, 23, of Roanoke, pleaded guilty to a number of charges related to child sexual exploitation and child pornography Wednesday morning.
According to evidence presented in court, Bobrosky sexually abused a 5-year-old and sent pictures of the abuse via text message.
Thanks to the investigative work of the Supervisory AUSA Rottenborn, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement-Homeland Security Investigations, the FBI and Roanoke Police, the child was rescued from further sexual abuse.
Pryor man guilty of sexually abusing a child
LARRY MAYER, Gazette Staff
A federal jury in Billings this week convicted a Pryor man of sexually abusing a minor.
The panel found Sidney Charles Decrane, 40, guilty on all three counts in an indictment that charged him with abusive sexual contact with a minor, attempted sexual abuse of a minor and attempted sexual abuse, court records said.
Prosecutors accused Decrane of engaging in sexual contact with a person who was between the ages of 12 and 16 in Pryor on May 14, 2016.
The trial began Monday, and U.S. District Judge Susan Watters will set a sentencing date.
Decrane faces a maximum two years in prison and a $250,000 fine on the abusive sexual contact count.
Trial set for man facing child porn charges
BRENTWOOD, N.H. -- A trial is set for a former maintenance supervisor at Bethany Church in Greenland who was arrested in January for allegedly possessing sexual images of children in his Seabrook home.
Jury selection is scheduled for Jan. 22, 2018, for the trial of Ronald Nekoroski, 68, who was arrested Jan. 3 this year after police found images depicting sexual child abuse on laptops, hard drives and USB thumb drives in his home at 2 Maple Ridge Road.
Nekoroski was indicted in April on six felony counts of possession of child sexual abuse images by a Rockingham County grand jury. He was being monitored by bracelet until June 21 when the bracelet was removed by authorities, according to an operator at the Rockingham County House of Corrections.
Nekoroski worked at Bethany before retiring in 2015, according to published reports, as well as at IBM and Motorola. His arrest was the result of an investigation by the regional Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. ICAC found his IP address during a probe into the file sharing network Bit Torrent, from which Nekoroski appeared to be downloading the files, according to a police affidavit and Portsmouth detective Duane Jacques.
Police said at the time of his arrest six images were allegedly found in Nekoroski’s home depicted acts involving adult men and minor females, including some prepubescent children.
Nekoroski is next scheduled for a status conference Sept. 20.
Grand jury indicts woman on aggravated child abuse
By Amber Eady
LAUDERDALE COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -
A Lauderdale County grand jury indicted a woman on aggravated child abuse and several other charges.
In March, the Florence Police Department was notified that authorities in Cape Coral, Florida, had arrested 52-year-old Jenise Spurgeon, 52, on outstanding felony warrants.
See 'Caregivers from Hell' - 6th story on link.
The warrants stem from an ongoing investigation into allegations of sexual abuse involving Jenise Spurgeon and her husband, Daniel Spurgeon, 47.
In July 2016, detectives with Florence police were contacted by detectives with the Cape Coral police following an incident that had occurred in their jurisdiction. Their investigation led detectives to believe that abuse had occurred in Alabama while the couple lived in the Florence area.
Police say the Spurgeons moved to the Florence area in 2008 and later moved to Florida. Investigators say the couple housed more than 50 foster children during their eight years in Alabama.
Daniel Spurgeon remains in the Lee County, Florida, jail with holds placed on him for the warrants in Alabama.
On Wednesday, Jenise Spurgeon was indicted on charges of domestic violence strangulation, suffocation, and human trafficking charges. She will be arraigned September 20.
Lauderdale Co., AL
Court martial begins for colonel charged with
child sex abuse
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (WNCT) — Court martial proceedings began Wednesday for a Camp Lejeune colonel accused of child sex abuse.
Col. Daniel H. Wilson is facing numerous charges of assault and conduct unbecoming an officer.
He is charged with sexual assault, assault consummated by battery and absence without leave, stemming from incidents that occurred throughout 2016.
The government and Col. Wilson’s defense began with opening arguments during Wednesday’s court proceedings.
The government began by detailing each of the incidents. The first, it says, occurred in February and March of 2016 while Col. Wilson was stationed in Darwin, Australia as a liaison officer, and in Okinawa, Japan. He’s charged with multiple Article 133 counts including sharing a revealing photo of another man’s wife and requesting a pair of her underwear, sending threatening messages to a colleague, sending an inappropriate email from a colleague’s work computer, and making lewd comments about another man’s wife.
The second set of incidents occurred during the summer of 2016. The government says Col. Wilson sexually assaulted a girl under the age of 12. He is charged with inappropriately touching her. The government says the girl, her parents and sisters were friends of the Wilsons. Col. Wilson is also charged with inappropriately striking and licking the girl’s sisters.
The third incident occurred during December of 2016. The government says Col. Wilson inappropriately touched and held down a female victim several times during a trip to Beaufort, S.C. He is also accused of putting his fingers in her mouth without consent.
Col. Wilson’s defense offered opening arguments to the members next. His lawyer, Phillip Stackhouse, asked the members to consider the allegations in context. He said Wilson’s actions in Darwin and Okinawa were banter and made in jest. Stackhouse also said Col. Wilson and his wife were grandparent figures to the girls and would never harm them. Stackhouse said he was doubtful the government can prove its charges without reasonable doubt.
Col. Wilson is pleading not guilty to all charges.
The trial is scheduled to last until Sep 9. Col. Wilson has been in pre-trial confinement at the Marine Corps Installations East Regional Brig facility at Camp Lejeune since Jan 13.
Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Provo coach pleads not guilty to
raping girl in soccer club
Kurt Hanson Daily Herald
A Provo soccer coach has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges of child rape and child sex abuse after a young girl in his soccer club came forward and accused him of sexual abuse.
The defendant, Charles Camara, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to 10 charges: three first-degree felonies of rape of a child, five first-degree felonies of sodomy on a child and two first-degree felonies of aggravated sexual abuse of a child.
Judge Thomas Low also found probable cause to bind Camara, 40, over to trial. Camara has a pretrial conference scheduled for Sept. 18.
Police reports state that in April, a girl reported to police that she had been sexually abused by Camara, a former volunteer at the Walden School of Liberal Arts in Provo.
The girl reported that in fall 2015, Camara grew fond of her and purchased her things like a phone, clothes and food. She reportedly said he would touch her body over and under the clothing. Then, on Sept. 29, 2015, Camara raped her at a campground near the Alpine Loop, reports state.
The girl told police this likely happened over 100 times over the next year, reports state.
Camara told the girl he would go to prison if she told anyone and threatened to take away her home if she told, reports state.
The girl told police the last time Camara raped her was in February 2017, reports state.
Should Camara be convicted, each charge carries a minimum mandatory sentence of 15 years to life in prison.