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

Please note: All my writings and comments appear in bold italics in this colour

Wednesday, 22 August 2018

2 Cops, 2 Church Men, Sorvino & Judd, 2 Principals, and a Whole Lot of Stupid Lead Today's USA PnP List

Pennsylvania borough police chief charged with
attempted rape in his office

By Dan Miller danmiller@pressandjournal.com

Middletown Borough Police Chief George Mouchette was charged Tuesday with aggravated indecent assault without consent, criminal attempt of rape and unlawful restraint following an incident that allegedly occurred in his office in the borough police station Aug. 13.

He has been suspended without pay, according to Mayor James H. Curry III.

Mouchette, 48, of the 1200 block of Stone Creek Drive in Derry Township, is a retired New York City police detective who was appointed interim Middletown borough police chief in January 2017 at an annual salary of $96,000 a year.

According to arrest papers filed by the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office, the incident occurred as the woman was meeting with Mouchette in his office for business reasons. The police department is located at 300 E. Emaus St.

Mouchette was in uniform at the time, according to the arrest papers. The time of the incident was listed as about 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the affadavit.

After the woman went to the restroom and returned to the office, Mouchette allegedly grabbed her by the arm, forced her up on his desk, pulled her dress up and digitally penetrated her with his fingers, according to the affidavit of probable cause included in the criminal complaint filed Tuesday with District Judge David Judy.

According to the complaint, the woman repeatedly told Mouchette “no,” and then the chief allegedly tried to rape the woman. The woman kept telling Mouchette “no” and “stop,” according to the complaint, but Mouchette did not stop this behavior until the woman agreed to meet with the chief outside of the police department, the complaint said.

Per its policy regarding stories involving sexual assault, the Press & Journal is not naming the alleged victim in the case. Attempts to reach her were unsuccessful.

The affidavit goes on to say that the woman and Mouchette had a conversation Friday, during which the chief allegedly acknowledged that the incident had taken place in his office, and apologized “many times” to the woman for his actions.

Mouchette was arraigned on the charges Tuesday before District Judge Kenneth A. Lenker. Bail for Mouchette was set at $25,000. He posted the amount via surety bonds on Tuesday afternoon and was released.

A preliminary hearing for Mouchette has been scheduled for 9 a.m. Sept. 4 before Judy. He did not return a phone call and text message seeking comment.

In a letter posted on the Middletown borough website, Mayor Curry said that at about 10:45 p.m. Thursday, he received “an extremely emotional telephone call” in which the caller made “a serious allegation” against Mouchette.

Curry said immediately after the call, he contacted the borough solicitor and “directed him to engage the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office to commence an investigation.” The investigation began Friday, Aug. 17, and led to the charges being filed against Mouchette, according to the mayor’s statement, which Curry also read in a video that has been posted on the borough website.

Chardo on the Dauphin County Crimewatch website “praised the courage of the victim in coming forward and the diligent efforts of the investigating detectives,” John Goshert and Todd Johnson.

Mouchette's background

Mouchette is a retired New York Police Department lead detective who retired from the force after more than 20 years when his wife took a job with The Hershey Co. several years ago.

He said he wasn’t planning on retiring when he left the NYPD, but financially it made sense because of his wife’s opportunities with Hershey. 

Mouchette was a first-grade detective for the NYPD. He told Press & Journal in January 2017 that the department has about 8,500 detectives, and only about 300 make it up to first-grade detective. The focus of his NYPD career was in Internal Affairs and narcotics, he told the Press & Journal in 2017.

Mouchette has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He also is a blackbelt in shotokan karate, chang shou kung fu and muy thai kickboxing, and is proficient in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, judo, Japanese jiu-jitsu, aki jiu-jitsu and kali.

Retired Wisconsin police officer accused in child sexual assault federally indicted Wednesday

BELOIT, Wis. - The retired Beloit police officer accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a teenage girl has been federally indicted.

Larry Woods is facing federal charges, including two counts of transporting a minor across state lines with the intent that the minor engage in sexual activity, according to a news release from the Department of Justice. 

Officials with the DOJ said the indictment alleges that he transported a minor from Wisconsin to Illinois on May 4 and 10. 

According to a criminal complaint Woods sexually assaulted the girl for seven months. The girl’s mother found inappropriate videos of the girl and Woods on a cellphone.

The girl told police that Woods had sexual contact with her more than 100 times either in his SUV or in various hotel rooms in Beloit and Rockford, Illinois. Woods had his initial appearance at the U.S. District Court in Madison Wednesday. His trial has been scheduled for Feb. 4, 2019. 

If convicted, Woods faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years up to the maximum sentence of life in prison. 

Bond increased for Alabama child sex abuse suspect
By Amalia Kortright

The bond for a Wetumpka man who was recently charged with multiple sex crimes involving an underage victim was nearly doubled following a recent bond hearing.

Michael Wayne Strength, 31, who lists an address on Windy Ridge Road, was initially charged with sexual abuse of a minor on July 18. On July 20, he received additional charges of rape in the first degree, sodomy in the first degree, sexual abuse in the first degree and two counts of enticing a minor.

Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin alleged that Strength had been abusing a child victim for years, and the abuse began before the victim turned 12.

First degree sodomy and first degree rape are both Class A felonies. If convicted, Strength could receive a life sentence in prison and owe up to $60,000 in court fees.

Sexual abuse of a child younger than 12 is a Class B felony, and first degree sexual abuse and enticing a minor are Class C felonies.

Strength was booked into the Elmore County Jail after his arrest and remains there. The bond amounts for each of the charges Strength received on July 20 were originally set at $30,000 and were reset to $100,000. The increase brought Strength’s overall bond amount up from $300,000 to $650,000.

Children's daycare church worker accused of
child sex abuse released from jail in Texas
By Fernando Ramirez

An Abilene church daycare worker accused of sexually abusing at least five different victims has been released from jail.

Five months after his arrest, 25-year-old Benjamin Roberts posted bail after his bond was reduced from $350,000 to $100,000, reports KTAB/KRBC.

Roberts was originally arrested by the Abilene Police Department in March after his residence was identified as a place where child pornography was being downloaded, according to court documents obtained by Abilene Reporter-News.

The arrest led to further investigation into Robert and his place of work, the Wylie Baptist Church Child Development Center.

Court documents reveal that Robert admitted to police he had sexual thoughts about the children he was supervising at the church.

Police said two victims told authorities that Roberts touched them inappropriately. Police also allegedly observed Roberts inappropriately touching and tickling children when they reviewed surveillance footage at the daycare.

At least five children, all under the age of 14, are believed to be victims of Roberts, court documents indicate.

Police are asking parents to speak to their children about any interactions with Roberts and report any cases of sexual abuse to the Abilene Police Department.

Meanwhile, please don't hire men for positions that involve caring for children. I'm sure there are many men who would make perfectly good carers, but the odds on them being there for nefarious reasons is just too high to risk it.

Former deacon charged in child sexual abuse case approved for bond release

STERLING, Va. - A former deacon indicted in a 15-year-old child sex abuse case, initially held without bond, has been granted bond release.

In 2013, 62-year-old Kevin O’Connor, a deacon at Calvary Temple in Sterling, Virginia, was first accused of sexually abusing a child. 

Almost two decades after the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office began their initial investigation, he was arrested and charged with aggravated sexual battery by force, aggravated sexual battery while incapacitated and two counts of indecent liberties with a child relative.

Bond documents state O’Connor was required to post $10,000 bond, wear a GPS anklet and have no unsupervised contact with minors.

Man charged with child sexual abuse after phone anonymously mailed to police

Tulsa County prosecutors charged a man Wednesday on allegations he filmed sexual abuse of a 10-year-old girl after the phone that reportedly contained the video was anonymously mailed to police.

Prosecutors charged Zachary Wayne Newberry, 24, with sexual abuse of a child under 12 years old and possession, procuring or manufacturing of child pornography, according to court records.

The phone containing the alleged video was mailed to Tulsa police in early August. Tulsa Police Cyber Crime detectives examined the phone's data and discovered a video of a girl performing a sex act on an adult, according to a probable cause affidavit. Police later identified the girl, who was about 10 years old.

After Newberry's arrest, he allegedly admitted to engaging in the sex act and recording it on his cellphone in December or January. He also allegedly admitted to watching the video at least five times, according to the affidavit.

Newberry is being held in Tulsa County jail in lieu of a $75,000 bond. His next court appearance is scheduled for Sept. 14.

'Child sexual assault is a heinous crime': Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd weigh in on Asia Argento allegations
Daily Mail (the world's most irritating web site)

Oscar-winning actress Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd spoke out for the first time on Wednesday about the allegations that Asia Argento had sex with a minor.

'Having just touched down from several weeks abroad, I am reeling from the recent news. Although hoping against hope that it is not true, here are my current thoughts,' wrote Sorvino on Twitter. 'I have been heartsick over the recent allegations against Asia Argento. Time will clarify things and perhaps she will be exonerated, but if true, there is no lens that makes it better.'

She then stated: 'Child sexual assault is a heinous crime and is against all that I and the #MeToo movement stands for. I remain dedicated in the fight for all victims and change the culture that encourages the abuse of power in sexual relationships.'

Sorvino has been a spokesperson for human trafficking in the past and worked with both Amnesty International and was a UN Goodwill Ambassador. 

Judd echoed this sentiment in her own remarks.

'Indeed, accountability is at the very heart of the #MeToo movement,' said Judd. 'We hold any and every abuser accountable, regardless of their gender, race, socioeconomic status, public visibility or popularity. Sexual violence is wrong, full stop.'

Judd and Sorvino were two of the first women to come forward with allegations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein.

They were also two of the women he allegedly blacklisted in Hollywood by sharing stories about how difficult the women were to work with, a fact that Peter Jackson revealed in an interview earlier this year. 

Argento was revealed to have settled a potential lawsuit for $380,000 earlier this year in a New York Times story published on Sunday

Lawyers for Jimmy Bennett wrote in the notice that his client was sexually assaulted by Argento back in 2013 after being dropped off by a family member at a Marina del Rey hotel for a visit. The teenager was unable to drive himself due to an eye condition which prohibits him from operating a motor vehicle.

The Times, citing a copy of the notice they were sent by an anonymous source, reported that Argento then sent the family member away and was alone with Bennett in her hotel room. Argento then gave the minor 'alcohol to drink and showed him a series of notes she had written to him on hotel stationery.'

'Then she kissed him, pushed him back on the bed, removed his pants and performed oral sex,' said the report. 'She climbed on top of him and the two had intercourse,' according to the notice. 'She then asked him to take a number of photos.'

Argento took a number of photos of herself and Bennett after the alleged assault, including one of the two lying naked in bed.

Jimmy Bennett (left) claims Asia Argento (right) slept with him in a California hotel room when he was aged 17 and she was 37 which caused mental health issues and crippled his career. Argento has denied the two ever slept together.

She also posted five photos from the pair's meet-up to her Instagram that day, starting with one of herself in which she wrote: 'Waiting for my long lost son my love @jimmymbennett in trepidation #marinadelrey smoking cigarettes like there was no next week.'

In her second post she shared a selfie of herself with Bennett and wrote: 'Happiest day of my life reunion with @jimmymbennett xox.' In that same post, one follower wrote: 'Asia cast him again!! xoxo.' Argento replied: 'jimmy is going to be in my next movie and that is a fact, dig that jack.' When she was then asked if the film would shot stateside, Argento responded: 'no we shoot the s*** in eye-2-ly 's @jimmymbennett's never been there - yet X.'

Bennett never worked with Argento again however, and then in November filed his notice after the actress' very public condemnation of her alleged rapist, Weinstein.

'His feelings about that day were brought to the forefront recently when Ms. Argento took the spotlight as one of the many victims of Harvey Weinstein,' stated Bennett's lawyer in the notice.

He then asked for $3.5 million in damages, sighting intentional infliction of emotional distress, lost wages, assault and battery. 

Argento settled and then on Tuesday denied ever having sex with the boy in a statement.

Text messages that were allegedly sent by Argento to a friend on Monday reveal that the actress did in fact have sex with her former costar though, when she was 37 and the boy just 17.

TMZ published the texts, including one that reads: 'It wasn't raped but I was frozen. He was on top of me. After, he told me I had been his sexual fantasy since was 12.'

One day later, Argento denied ever having sex with Bennett in a statement while suggesting the young man extorted her and late boyfriend Anthony Bourdain, who paid out the settlement. 

Argento also allegedly claims to have been unaware that Bennett was a minor when they had sex in 2013 in the texts, despite raving about how talented the boy was when they met in 2003 on the set of The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things on Twitter just months before their encounter.

In that tweet, posted in August 2012, she wrote: 'At 7 you were already one of the most accomplished actors I'd ever met.' 

One has to wonder if Anthony Bourdain's suicide had anything to do with this mess?

DA accuses jailed California man of plotting
to kill victims in child sexual assault case
By Jess Sullivan
Rodney S. Thomas Jr.

FAIRFIELD — A Vacaville man locked up in jail for suspected sexually assaulting children was accused Tuesday of trying to hire a hit man to kill the children.

Rodney S. Thomas Jr., 44, had been scheduled to be in court with his attorney, Denis Honeychurch, to set a date for a probable cause hearing in his case. Thomas was arrested in June at a Del Rio Court apartment Vacaville. He has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of continuous sexual abuse of a child and committing lewd and lascivious on a child under the age of 14.

Instead, Thomas learned prosecutors want him to also face new felony charges. Prosecutors said that since he has been locked up, Thomas has solicited multiple inmates inside the jail to kill the child victims.

When jail staff discovered what the District Attorney’s Office describes in a press release as the “murder-for-hire” plans, they set up an undercover operation inside the jail with the help of Fairfield police investigators and the District Attorney’s Office.

Prosecutors now want to add five new felony charges against Thomas of solicitation to commit murder, each of which carries a potential nine-year prison sentence.

Judge R. Michael Smith put off ruling on the prosecution request until Sept. 5. Thomas remains in custody without bail.

Nevada teacher convicted of child sex abuse
dies in prison

By Katelyn Newberg / Las Vegas Review-Journal

A former Boulder City and Henderson teacher, imprisoned in 2010 for producing child pornography and sexually assaulting young boys, died in prison on Monday, the Nevada Department of Corrections said.

Charles Richard Rogers, 55, died in the infirmary of High Desert State Prison outside Las Vegas, the department said in a news release. Rogers was sentenced on June 8, 2010 to 60 years to life for producing child pornography and sexually assaulting children over a decade.

According to an indictment, Rogers sexually assaulted several boys from 1999 to 2009, including some as young as 6 and 7. Rogers also took pornographic videos and pictures of the victims.

The Henderson Police Department began investigating Rogers on March 25, 2010, when someone anonymously left police a zip drive containing hundreds of images of Rogers assaulting his victims. When police arrested Rogers the next day, they found thousands of photos and videos depicting children in his home.

Rogers taught at Garrett Middle School in Boulder City before his arrest. He previously taught at McCaw Elementary School in Henderson from 1992 to 2002, and at Henderson’s Taylor Elementary School from 2002 to 2006. He also worked with the Boulder City Police Department as an unpaid, part-time reserve officer during the late 1980s and early 1990s.

During Rogers’ trial in 2010, authorities said Rogers held sleepovers at his home, during which he would drug children and give them alcohol.

When District Judge Michael Villani sentenced Rogers on June 8, 2010, he rejected his plea for leniency. “You did some good things in your life,” Villani said at the time. “But I have to look at the harm you did to the victims. That outweighs the good by about a million times.”

Rogers had asked for leniency, saying he had cancer and needed a second kidney transplant. He would live for another eight years before dying Monday afternoon.

Nevada Department of Corrections spokesperson Brooke Santina could not reveal any details about Rogers’ death due to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, but said he died of natural causes.

When Rogers was sentenced, Susan Rush, the mother of one of his victims, asked Villani to ensure Rogers never left prison.

“The man is a monster, and he has no soul,” she said in 2010.

Kentucky judge rejects plea deal in
child sex abuse case
KATHERINE KNOTT The News-Enterprise  

Circuit Judge Kelly Mark Easton rejected a plea deal Tuesday in a child sex abuse case.

Joseph Sweat, of Elizabethtown, was facing three counts of first-degree sexual abuse of a child younger than 12, but he made an Alford plea on reduced charges last month.

As part of the agreement, the charges were amended to two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment Class D felonies punishable by one to five years in prison and one misdemeanor count of sexual misconduct.

Based on those charges offered by a special prosecutor, Sweat would not have to register as a sex offender.

Sweat was in Easton’s courtroom Tuesday for sentencing on the plea deal. However, Easton said the facts of the case didn’t equal wanton endangerment. Additionally, he noted the family of the victim were not satisfied with the plea deal.

The girl’s mother and father read victim impact statements during the hearing. The girl also wrote a statement. Easton said the girl’s statement was consistent with a victim of sexual abuse.

An Alford plea is not an admission of guilt. The defendant agrees to accept the consequences of a verdict in a criminal case without admitting to the criminal allegations and asserts innocence.

New Jersey Vice Principal accused of having
child pornography

LAKEWOOD — A vice principal at the local high school has been suspended as he faces child pornography charges.

Major Finklin, 63, was arrested Aug. 16 by Brick police and charged with possession of child pornography.

District attorney Michael Inzelbuch on Tuesday confirmed the suspension of Finklin, whose arrest was first reported by Jersey Shore Online and confirmed by Ocean County Prosecutor's Office spokesman Al Della Fave.

Inzelbuch said Finklin has worked for the district for more than 20 years. State pension records show Finklin earns a salary of $115,670. Inzelbuch said the Board of Education is scheduled to discuss Finklin at the next meeting on Aug. 29.

The arrest of the Lakewood administrator came a week after Pleasantville High School Principal Edward Bonek was charged with possessing and sharing images of child sexual abuse.

NJ Principal accused of possessing and sharing
child pornography

PLEASANTVILLE — The principal of Pleasantville High School has been accused of possessing and sharing images of child sexual abuse.

Edward Bonek, 48, was arrested Wednesday morning at his Absecon home and charged with second-degree distribution of child porn, second-degree possession of child porn with intent to distribute, second-degree maintaining a file sharing program for child porn, third-degree possession of child porn and second-degree official misconduct.

Prosecutors did not publicly reveal other details. Bonek was identified as a school principal by The Press of Atlantic City. Pension records show he has nearly 23 years of service in public schools in New Jersey.

New Jersey 101.5 did not know Wednesday whether he had an attorney who could speak on his behalf. He was being held at the Atlantic County jail.

Two South Carolina people charged with
sexual abuse of 4 y/o twins - plead guilty

Horry County, S.C. (WPDE) — Lindsey Honeycutt and Panteleimon Spirakis pleaded guilty in court today in connection with two children being sexually assaulted in the Myrtle Beach area, according to a news release.

Spirakis, 57, of Myrtle Beach, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor; two counts of engaging a children for a sexual performance; and one count of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor.

Leigh Andrew, an assistant solicitor, along with Mary-Ellen Walter, a senior assistant solicitor, prosecuted the case for the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office.

Spirakis pleaded guilty after a jury was selected Tuesday morning to hear the case and prosecutors made no recommendation in the case for his plea, according to a news release.

He was sentenced to 17 years each on the CSC with a minor charges and 17 years each on the engaging a child for sexual performance, with all of those charges running concurrently. Hyman also sentenced Spirakis to three years on the sexual exploitation charge, which will be served consecutively to the other charges. Spirakis is not eligible for parole on the offenses, according to a news release.

Spirakis also was previously convicted of sexually assaulting a child in 2008 and was a registered sex offender at the time of the incidents, Andrew said.

“The crimes this defendant perpetrated on these children were some of the worst we have ever seen,” Andrew said. “He robbed them of an innocence that they will never get back.”

And he was a registered sex offender at the time. Makes one wonder how useful this program is?

Honeycutt, 31, of Myrtle Beach, pleaded guilty to charges in connection with this case as well, according to a news release.

In addition to Spirakis, Honeycutt and two other men were also charged in the incidents that occurred between December 2014 to April 2015 and involved twin children who were four years old when the situation began and turned 5-years-old while it was still going on, Andrew said.

Honeycutt pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, which is a lesser included charge of criminal sexual conduct with a minor; and two counts of unlawful conduct toward a child, Andrew said.

She faces up to 20 years for each of the assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature charges and up to 10 years in prison for the unlawful conduct charges.

The solicitor's office said Honeycutt’s sentence is being held in abeyance because she has agreed to testify in the cases of the other two men charged in the incidents, Ambrose Heavener, 33, of Conway and Anthony Strickland, 42, of Myrtle Beach, Andrew said. Their trials will be scheduled for a later date, according to a news release.

NY man gets 18 years to life for sexually abusing child; victim says, 'I'm a survivor'

Anthony Borrelli, Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin 

A teenage girl's parting words to the Richford man convicted of sexually abusing her were reflective of the misery he'd inflicted, and how he took advantage of her trust.

But now, the 13-year-old girl says, "I'm a survivor."

Ryan J. Gaylord, 31, was sentenced Tuesday in Broome County Court to 18 years to life in prison. A jury decided in June that he was guilty of a felony count of predatory sexual assault against a child.

Broome County Judge Kevin Dooley said he has no quarrel with the jury's verdict, reached after a not very complicated yet emotionally challenging trial. What this case came down to, the judge told Gaylord in court, was whether the victim's testimony was credible.

"I personally believed her testimony, I believe it was truthful, and there was other evidence that corroborated what she said," Dooley told Gaylord before announcing the sentence. "The violation of trust here is deeply disturbing. You did this to satisfy your own needs."

Given the chance, Gaylord had nothing to say on his own behalf.

According to prosecutors, Gaylord engaged in sexual conduct with the victim, when she was under the age of 13 from January of 2017 through July 13, 2017.

The Broome County Sheriff's Office arrested Gayord on July 28, 2017. In November 2017, the grand jury handed up an indictment.

The victim, speaking Tuesday in court, told the judge she has since made great strides in her personal life. She takes karate, works out, participates in athletics and her school performance has improved greatly.

When the victim testified in the trial, Assistant District Attorney Stephanie Milks, it took a lot of strength to tell a jury so many intimate and disturbing details. "The defendant is the one that manipulated her; someone she trusted," Milks said Tuesday. "The defendant took away her childhood innocence."

But deciding a verdict in this case was no easy task for the jury, Senior Assistant Public Defender Jonathan Rothermel said Tuesday. Jurors claimed they were unable to reach a unanimous decision at one point in deliberations, but pressed on after being urged to by Dooley.

Gaylord intends to appeal the conviction to a higher court. "He's done nothing but maintain his innocence," Rothermel said. "This was a difficult case."

The sentence Tuesday included an order of protection for the victim. Gaylord will have to register as a sex offender, if he's ever paroled.

Before handing down the prison term, which could have been at least 10 years, Dooley said he believed Gaylord's lack of remorse was a signal that he'd be likely to repeat his crimes in the future.

And for what the judge called "reprehensible conduct," Dooley said there needs to be a severe consequence.

Tulsa Man Facing 12 Child Sex Abuse Complaints


TULSA, Oklahoma - Police say a Tulsa man is in jail for allegedly molesting a nine-year-old girl numerous times.

According to 31-year-old Robert Schooley's arrest report, he was booked into the Tulsa County jail on 12 child sex abuse complaints following an investigation.

Police say the girl told her mother that Schooley was frequently molesting her.  In the report, the girl told child advocates that Schooley would make sexual contact with her whenever her mom left the house or went to sleep.

Schooley would do this in both the child's bedroom and her mother's bedroom.  He also reportedly showed the girl pornography several times.

Officers say Schooley was convicted of forcible sodomy in Rogers County back in 2006 and was supposed to register as a sex offender but never did.  The Tulsa County jail shows he is facing a failing to register complaint as well.

Another sex offender registry failure!

21-year-old Alabama man facing multiple
child sex abuse charges
By Carol Robinson crobinson@al.com

A 21-year-old Ozark man was arrested Wednesday on a child sex abuse charge for the second time in three months.

Tristan Wayne Crawford was taken into custody just after 8 a.m. Dale County sheriff's Chief Deputy Mason Bynum said Crawford is charged with one count of sex abuse of a child under the age of 12.

Bynum said he couldn't release much information because of the victim's age. Court records state the abuse happened between March 1 and March 31 in 2017. Crawford, according to the criminal complaint, had the victim touch his genitals.

Court records show Crawford was arrested in May on similar charges after police received a complaint that at least two children were sexually assaulted. At least some of the incidents happened on April 28 and April 29 and involved deviate sexual intercourse. It wasn't clear whether the victims in the April incidents are the same as in the 2017 incident but at least one of the victims was a young boy.

In all, Crawford is charged with two counts of sex abuse of a child under the age of 12 and five counts of second-degree sodomy. All seven charges are felonies.

Crawford was taken to the Dale County Jail.

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