Pakistani arrested in rape and murder of 11 y/o boy - Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mormon bishop on trial for historical sex abuse of 2 girls - Devon, UK
Onslow Co. SVU make 2 arrests for different CSA charges - Jacksonville, N.C.
Fake surgeon now facing 7 CSA charges - Gresham, Oregon
Prineville forester gets 9 years after plea deal for CSA - Oregon
Pervert gets 19 years in prison for predatory CSA - Queensbury, N.Y.
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A former Mormon bishop has gone on trial accused of sexually abusing two girls in Devon.
He admits indecently assaulting one of the girls when she 14 but denies five other charges of sex abuse. On the first day of his trial at Exeter Crown Court the jury heard from the alleged victim, now an adult, who said she had tried to hide what had happened from other people as she felt she was somehow to blame.
The offences only came to light when her boyfriend found her childhood diaries and discovered a page describing the defendant's alleged attempts to kiss and touch her. She thought she had destroyed all the evidence because she did not want anyone to know.
She told police: "My boyfriend saw my diary. I can't even remember writing it. I do remember sitting at the bottom of my garden and ripping pages out and chucking them in the bin. I feel stupid that I left one page and someone discovered it. I have felt it every day of my life. I thought everybody would think I'm a disgusting person because I didn't complain at the time.
"I was doing so well. Before I could keep quiet and it didn't matter because nobody is going to ask me any questions. It annoys me I didn't rip it out as I could have kept it quiet. They would have thought it was my own fault and blamed me."
The alleged victim broke down in tears several times as she gave evidence. "It has got to the point where I can't keep it in and secret anymore. I needed to tell someone so I went to the police.
Mark Worsley, defending, said Allsford said the sexual assault only happened when the girl was 14. "That's not true," said the witness.
Allsford, of Davies Avenue in Paignton, is also accused of indecently assaulting a second girl under 13. He has pleaded not guilty to four counts of indecent assault, one of assault by penetration and one of abducting a child under 16. The latter charge relates to an alleged trip he made in his car with a third girl without permission from her parents.
Prosecutor David Sapiecha said Allsford, who is yet to give evidence, told police the victims were lying.
The trial continues.
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — Two men have been charged with sexually abusing children under the age of 16 after two separate Special Victims Unit investigations by the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office.
He was transported to the Onslow County Detention Center under a $200,000 secured bond.
He was transported to the Onslow County Detention Center under a $485,000 secured bond.
Anyone with information about either of these incidences may contact Onslow County Sheriff’s Office at 910-455-3113.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Lucas Orlin Ebert, who made national headlines after he was arrested in 2011 for impersonating an OHSU doctor, is back in court on seven felony charges of sex abuse involving a minor.
The documents say Ebert is a student at Portland Community College. His next court date is Tuesday, June 13 at 9:30 a.m. for a preliminary hearing.
In 2011, Ebert posed as a doctor at OHSU for at least two weeks and fooled a female patient into believing he was a plastic surgery resident.
Ebert has a checkered criminal history. He has been convicted of 11 felonies, including criminal mistreatment, practicing medicine without a license, negotiating a bad check, identity theft and forgery.
A Prineville, Oregon man was sentenced to more than nine years in prison Monday for luring a 15-year-old boy to a Bend hotel, where he recorded the two of them having sex.
He pleaded guilty Thursday to four of the counts: luring a minor, third-degree sodomy, using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct and first-degree encouraging child sexual abuse. Per a plea agreement, the other 16 charges were dismissed.
Deschutes County Circuit Judge Walter Miller accepted the deal Monday, sentencing Stout to 111 months in prison.
After his release, Stout will also have to register as a sex offender and will not be able to have contact with minors or use the internet without permission from a judge or his post-prison supervision officer.
Stout, who at the time was a U.S. Forest Service employee, has no prior criminal history. Before being sentenced Monday, he apologized for his actions, calling them “reprehensible.”
“I would like to express just how deeply sorry I am for my actions,” he said.
QUEENSBURY, N.Y. — A registered sex offender who was indicted last year for sexually abusing three young boys was sentenced to 19 years in state prison Friday after a judge heard how he admitted he was a sexual predator who couldn’t refrain from child sexual abuse without help.
pleaded guilty in April to two felony charges for abuse of two of the boys in recent years, one of whom was repeatedly abused over a five-year period. He pleaded guilty to counts of criminal sexual act and course of sexual conduct against a child, the second time he had pleaded guilty to molesting multiple children.
He agreed to a plea deal that included a prison sentence of between 18 and 20 years, to be followed by 10 years on parole.
After hearing a request by Warren County Assistant District Attorney Emilee Davenport for 20 years, while defense lawyer Robert E. Kelly asked for 18, Warren County Judge John Hall split the difference Friday and ordered a 19-year term.
In all, authorities have identified at least nine child victims of Tucker’s over the years.
Tucker offered a brief apology Friday when asked by Hall whether he had anything to say.
Kelly read a statement written by his client, in which he said he wished he could “fix” what happened and that the boys “find a way to get through this.”
“I hope they get help so they don’t end up like me,” Kelly read.
Tucker was acquainted with the children, and county Crime Victims Specialist Manon Affinito read a statement from the mother of one of them in which she called him “evil.”
“He stole (the victim’s) innocence and as much as I want to heal him, I can’t give him that back,” the mother wrote. “He hurt our entire family.”
Davenport told Hall that Tucker is a “self-admitted predator” who repeatedly abused multiple children.
“These weren’t one-time things, these were happening over a period of years,” Davenport said.
Tucker was a Level 3 sex offender at the time of his arrest last spring by State Police. He was a registered sex offender at that point, after he pleaded guilty in 1999 to felony charges related to allegations he abused four boys between the ages of 5 and 11. He served nearly 8 years in prison in that case.
With convictions for cases that involved sexual abuse of seven children, Tucker will likely face civil confinement proceedings when he becomes eligible for release. That could lead to him being held in a special facility for high-risk sex offenders after his prison term is over.
He will not be eligible for parole until he serves nearly 17 years of the prison term.