WAYSIDE CHILD SEX OFFENDERS ARE STAYING PUT FOR NOW. WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER SEX OFFENDERS AURORA WARNED?
August 2, 2019
Sarah Freishtat and Megan Jones
The child sex offenders living at Wayside Cross Ministries were not the only ones to receive notices in recent months informing them they were in violation of a residency law and had to move.
Since January, Aurora has notified at least 16 other child sex offenders they were violating a state law that prohibits them from living within 500 feet of a playground, school or other place geared toward children, documents
A Bronx high school teacher was discovered hiding in the bedroom of one of her female students, disturbing disciplinary records show.
Tamara A. Alvarez, 35, who taught history at the Bronx HS for Writing and Communication Arts, was spotted in the girl’s room “hiding behind the bed,” leading officials to allege an improper romantic relationship between the two.
The city Department of Education contended Alvarez had an “obsession” with the girl. The teacher claimed the DOE targeted her because she is a lesbian. A hearing officer gave Alvarez the ax.
Questions arose when
July 30, 2019
SAN JOSE (KRON) — A man was arrested Thursday in San Jose on several sex crime-related charges after allegedly arranging to meet a 12-year-old boy he talked to online.
Police say the suspect, identified as Roman Guillen, was arrested on felony charges of child pornography, meeting a minor to commit a lewd act and sending harmful material to a child.
The 26-year-old man communicated with the victim online regarding topics of sexual nature, police say.
The victim’s mother then contacted police.
Officers then began communicating with the suspect, posing the
Thursday, August 1st 2019
GREENVILLE, Pitt County — After the arrests last month of two previous sex offenders for failing to let the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office know when they were released from jail on unrelated charges, the department is putting all registered sex offenders on notice — saying they will be ‘aggressive’ in making sure those requirements are followed.
North Carolina law requires offenders to let their local sheriff’s department know where they are living, in person, within three days of their release from jail.
Investigators say James Acklin of
July 27, 2019
New York Post
The 22-year-old Florida twins allegedly enslaved by their doomsday-prepper parents were forced to have sex with their adoptive dad or starve, among a slew of horrific abuses reportedly detailed in new interviews with investigators.
“God has the perfect timing for us, so we snuck down the stairs but they were squeaky,” one twin told police about their July 1 escape, the Tallahassee Democrat reported. “We made it downstairs and made our way out of there. We’re free, and it feels good.”
In addition to physical and sexual