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April 13, 2010

ROCKVILLE, Md — A man has been charged with driving drunk and hitting the car of a retired Maryland judge who once spared him jail time in previous drunk driving case. The suspect, 45, was scheduled to be in court Wednesday to face trial on eight charges related to the August crash where he hit a car being driven by retired Montgomery County District Judge Edwin Collier. Collier, 86, and his wife Ellen Collier, 82, were both injured in the crash. Collier presided over a case in 1998 in which police charged the man with drunk driving after an officer saw his car idling in a parking lot and gave him a sobriety test. He pleaded guilty in that case, and Collier spared him jail time, even though the man had been arrested on drunk driving charges twice in three months.

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Posted: 08/29/2013 05:09:13 PM PDT | Updated: 08/29/2013 05:09:13 PM PDT

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CONCORD, CA -- Police confirmed Thursday that a San Francisco police officer was arrested last week on suspicion of sexually molesting a 15-year-old Concord boy.

Richard H. Hastings III was arrested near his Concord home on Aug. 21, booked and released after he posted bond. On Thursday, police said they had presented their investigation to prosecutors and asked them to charge Hastings with lewd and lascivious acts with a child 14 or 15 years old; sodomy with a child under age 16; and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Hastings could not be reached for comment Thursday. A spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department did not immediately return calls for comment, though Concord investigators said the department is aware of the arrest.

The Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office said that it reviewed the case against Hastings and sent it back to Concord police for further investigation on Thursday.

Police launched the investigation into the relationship between the juvenile boy and the 37-year-old Hastings on Aug. 8 but have not said what led them to begin looking into the relationship between the two.

During the investigation, detectives established probable cause to arrest Hastings for committing several sex offenses in Concord against the juvenile, police said. Police obtained an arrest warrant, and Hastings was arrested without incident at 8:15 a.m. Aug. 21 on Monument Boulevard near Ramona Lane.

Police searched his home but did not disclose what was found.

"Puyallup: That's Lewd!"

Posted on August 22, 2013 at 10:01 AM - Updated: Wednesday, Aug 28 at 12:07 AM PDT

Puyallup, WA -- The Puyallup Police Department is facing accusations A Seattle attorney and co-counsel filed suit Thursday, August 22, against the Puyallup Police Department on behalf of a dozen DUI suspects, eleven women and one man, claiming that their privacy rights were violated. The suit alleges that Puyallup Police Department jailers forced primarily female DUI suspects to needlessly undress and recorded the nudity on the jail’s in-house surveillance system. “It appeared from my limited review that it was happening to women -- attractive women, in particular,” the attorney said. Jail surveillance video, obtained by the plaintiff's law firm, shows the woman changing into a standard-issue jail uniform. But then a jailer comes back to the cell and she’s told to undress again. The women are alleging the recordings amount to not just illegal strip searching but criminal voyeurism that should be prosecuted.



“If this were any other person and had occurred outside the yjail, we would call these people peeping Toms,” said co-counsel for the plaintiffs. “It’s not right,” said one of the alleged victims who did not want to be identified. She said jailers told her to take her clothes off in what she thought was a private cell. “He (said) 'You have to take everything off – off. Underwear too,’” said the married mother of two. “I said, 'It’s just underwear. What can I do in my underwear, you know?' He said ‘You just have to take everything off.’”

The Seattle attorney said more than two years ago he noticed while reviewing evidence that two of his female DUI clients were forced to disrobe at the Puyallup jail, even though they weren’t being booked and they were about to be released. He made public record requests for more jailhouse videos. “I wondered if there was a pattern,” he said. He also said he found that women were being ordered to use the bathroom and change in cells equipped with video cameras. He found that males were more likely to use a curtained area in the jail’s common area that he said is not monitored by cameras. "The irony is, these women are being suspected of misdemeanors and taken to a facility where officers are committing felonies, the attorney said."

The city of Puyallup says video surveillance is a standard tool in holding cells everywhere, and that completely stripping and changing into jail clothes is standard procedure that keeps prisoners from possessing contraband. The city says there is no evidence of exploitation on the part of police. In fact, they claim that's something the women's attorney should answer. Puyallup City Attorney Kevin Yamamoto says the suit is baseless. "The jail videos we've watched so far don't show any inappropriate activity. In fact, the corrections officers are acting very professionally," Yamamoto said.

Yamamoto said the Seattle attorney's claims are "not true at all." He said plaintiff's counsel has “selectively chosen videos” and “cherrypicked” the ones he believes prove his case. Yamamoto said cameras in common areas and cells are a common fixture in jails. In contrast to the Seattle attorney's statements, Yamamoto said the suspects were administratively booked and were required to change into jail uniforms to follow what is a common practice in the booking procedure. As for why those videos haven't been deleted, Yamamoto says they are required to keep them for several years because of state records retention laws.

The Seattle attorney said most of the victims did not learn they were videotaped until he contacted them and showed them the videos. “It’s so sick,” said female client about seeing the tape for the first time. “Oh my God, I (didn’t) believe my own eye. It’s me. I felt sick to my stomach.”

“We see no wrongdoing on the part of anyone at the jail," said Capt. Scott Engle of the Puyallup Police Department.

Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist was out of the office today and unable to respond to whether he'll look into possible charges against the officers.

DPD Beatdown!

Posted: Monday, Aug 5, 2013 10:44 PM CDT - Updated: Monday, Aug 29, 2013 04:20 AM PDT

Davenport, Iowa -- An Iowa woman is consulting with a law firm as she contemplates a lawsuit against a Davenport police officer who has faced disciplinary action for the beating he gave her while she was questioned on suspicion of shoplifting. Surveillance video of the February 18, 2013 incident at the Von Maur Department Store was given to a non-profit organization.


"I was crying and begging him to get off me," Brandie Redell, the woman who was beaten, said in a recent interview with the non-profit. Her right eye was injured in the incident, and she says her vision is still impaired. Prior to being hit about the face and head, Redell was being questioned by police after store employees reported she attempted to steal $388 worth of women's clothing. The officer, Scott Crow, said in his report he hit Redell because she bit his finger and wouldn't let go.

•» Davenport Police Case Report

The video, however, shows Crow striking Redell with both fists.

Though Crow was not criminally charged -- a prosecutor cited a lack of evidence -- he did face disciplinary action from the Davenport Police Department.

•» Redell's Complaint Against Officer "Sustained"

He remains on the force and could not be reached for comment. Redell pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of shoplifting shoplifting and is scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 23 in Scott County (Iowa) Court. Her criminal record includes two previous shoplifting convictions, records show. A second misdemeanor charge, assault causing injury to a peace officer, was dropped.

Redell contacted the Chicago-area-based nonprofit Living and Driving While Black Foundation, which referred her case to the law firm. The organization's president, David Lowery, is a former resident of Davenport. "Our position is no matter what Ms. Redell's criminal record states, no human being should be assaulted by Davenport Police, who are to serve and protect," Lowery said.

Cops That
Sexually Offend!
2010 - XXIV!


Anthony Orban

Jeff Thomas Jelinek

March 7, 2011

A former Westminster detective and his ex-prison-guard friend are set to go to trial April 15, 2011, on charges that they kidnapped and raped a young mother after she left her waitressing job at the Ontario Mills mall last spring.

Anthony Nicholas Orban, a former Marine who no longer works for the Westminster Police Department, and Jeff Thomas Jelinek, a former correctional officer at the Chino Institute for Men, both face life in prison if convicted of the brazen daylight attack that happened after the two spent the day drinking heavily and looking for women, according to prosecutors.

The jury trial, at San Bernardino County Superior Court in Rancho Cucamonga, is expected to last a month, said Deputy District Attorney Deborah Ploghaus.

October 15, 2010

"Dude, what are you doing?"

(Ontario Police booking photos of Anthony Orban (left) and Jeff Jelinek.) RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA – Those words, allegedly uttered by a California prison guard as he saw his police-detective friend point his service weapon at a woman getting into her car in a mall parking lot in Ontario, prove that the guard was clueless about a brutal sexual attack that was about to occur after the friend and the woman drove away, a defense attorney argued in court Friday. But a judge ruled there was a "wealth of circumstantial evidence" to hold the prison guard over for trial for allegedly aiding and abetting his friend, an off-duty Westminster police detective charged with beating and raping the woman in her car for two hours at a secluded spot in Fontana.

At a hearing Friday at San Bernardino County Superior Court in Rancho Cucamonga, Jeff Thomas Jelinek, 30, a correctional officer at the Chino Institute for Men, lost a legal challenge put forward by his attorney, who argued that not enough evidence was presented at a preliminary hearing to keep Jelinek in custody.

Jelinek and his longtime friend, Westminster Police detective Anthony Nicholas Orban, 30, face life in prison if convicted on charges that they kidnapped and raped a 25-year-old waitress and single mother on April 3, 2010 after a day of drinking and cruising for women. Both men are being held on $2 million bail. They have pleaded not guilty. In a courtroom filled with several of their relatives and supporters, Jelinek and Orban appeared thinner than they did at the last appearance, at a preliminary hearing in June 2010.

As he waited for the hearing to begin, Jelinek was animated as he spoke with lawyer and co-defense counsel in a corner of the jury box, his hands and legs shackled. He smiled frequently and appeared to glance at his supporters in the gallery. Orban looked somber during the afternoon proceedings before Judge Stephen G. Saleson. Also shackled and, like Jelinek, wearing a dark-green jumpsuit indicating protective custody status, Orban kept his gaze lowered and his lips pursed, avoiding all eye contact.

In ruling that a jury should decide whether Jelinek aided and abetted the alleged crime, Saleson pointed out that both men were together when they saw the woman leave her waitressing job, and both followed her to her car. During the two-hour attack, Jelinek called Orban 20 times from his cell phone and texted Orban seven times, and picked him up after the woman escaped, according to court documents.

Police also retrieved three photos off Jelinek's cell phone that Orban allegedly sent him of the sexual attack. Also, keys to the woman's car were found in Jelinek's pocket after their arrest, according to court documents. Jelinek also tried to cover for Orban by lying to police about what he knew of the events that transpired from about 5:15 to 7:15 p.m., according to court documents. Also Friday, prosecutors were granted access to law enforcement personnel records pertaining to training Orban received at the police academy and during his five years at the Westminster Police Department, as well as training records when he worked one week with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department in 2008. Prosecutors also were allowed to review any records pertaining to Orban's experience in interviewing and interrogation.

Prosecutors were allowed to review Jelinek's personnel records during his four years of employment at the Chino prison, but found nothing in the reports that will be relevant to the case, San Bernardino County Deputy District Attorney Deborah A. Ploghaus said after the hearing. Jelinek's attorneys filed a motion to suppress statements he made to Ontario Police detectives, but that matter will be heard at a pretrial hearing. Another hearing to precede that one was set for Nov. 19, 2010.

Police Report: Rape!


The details of the rape are contained in a police report obtained by a reporter with a Southern California news outlet.

Orban allegedly gagged a 25-year-old waitress he did not know with his fingers, choked her, repeatedly slapped and punched her, rubbed the woman's face with his pistol, put the barrel of the gun in her mouth, twice threatened to kill her, ordered her at gunpoint to give him oral sex and snapped several photos of her with his cell phone as he raped her. Spotting a baby car seat in the back of the woman's car, Orban is also accused of asking about the victim's child and, after receiving a phone call in the middle of the hour-long attack, acting scared, telling the woman to get dressed and apologizing.

According to the account, which is based on interviews with the victim, the suspects and police investigation:

•» Orban came to the Ontario apartment of Jeff Thomas Jelinek, his friend since high school, between 10 and 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 3.

•» Jelinek, who is a Chino Men's Institution prison guard, ate lunch together at Chili's restaurant in Rancho Cucamonga, where they drank margaritas. Both had their service weapons with them.

•» Next, they went to Boston's restaurant on Fourth Street, where they shared a pitcher of beer before heading to GameWorks at the nearby Ontario Mills shopping mall, where they downed another pitcher.

•» They were standing in the parking lot outside Dave & Buster's, which is also in the mall and where the 25-year-old woman was finishing her four-hour waitressing shift around 5:15 p.m.

•» Orban decided they should "go meet this chick." But, after catching a glimpse of the pair out of the corner of her eye, she paid little attention to them and texted as she walked to her car.

•» After she unlocked her SUV with a keyless remote and started to enter the driver's side front door, she heard the passenger side door open.

•» She looked up to see Orban point a silver handgun at her and order her into the car.

•» Jelinek asked his friend what he was doing, and Orban replied not to worry about it.

•» The woman told Orban he could have anything he wanted if he would let her go, but he replied, "Just drive."

•» He told her to drive toward her home, which she informed was in the High Desert.

•» Driving north on the 15 Freeway, Orban told the woman he was going to let her go, getting her to exit the freeway at Base Line Road.

•» Driving east on Base Line into Fontana, they parked in front of a self-storage facility.

•» With his handgun in his lap, he asked the woman about her child, having noticed a child's car seat in the back seat, and other personal details. He smiled while she answered and asked if she was scared. He also said he had one thing to do before she could go.

April 13, 2010

RANCHO CUCAMONGA – A combination of alcohol and a psychotropic drug, such as an antidepressant, may turn up in blood samples taken from a Westminster police officer accused in the kidnapping and brutal rape of a waitress in Fontana, his attorney said in an interview Tuesday. The attorney said he is waiting for results of toxicological tests on his client, Anthony Nicholas Orban, 30, who along with Jeff Thomas Jelinek, 30, a correctional officer, faces life in prison if convicted of the April 3, 2010 attack that began outside Ontario Mills Mall. Orban and Jelinek appeared at a brief court hearing Tuesday in Rancho Cucamonga.

"It caught us all by surprise," said Westminster Police Chief Mitch Waller. "The morale right now is low." Waller, who became police chief in January and has been with the department for 26 years, said he has never had to deal with an issue of this magnitude. "At this point they are allegations, but from what I know, the evidence against our officer is mounting," Waller said. The woman was ordered to drive to a nearby industrial park with Orban, who then savagely rapes and beats her at gunpoint, threatening to kill her if she doesn't comply, according to police and prosecutors.

(pictured left, Anthony Orban consults with his defense attorney during a bail hearing at the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse on Tuesday. Orban, 30, a Westminster Police detective, is accused of raping a 25-year old woman in Ontario earlier this month.) Orban and Jelinek are charged with raping the 25-year-old mother after she left work around 5 p.m. on April 3, 2010. Police say Jelinek stood nearby and watched as Orban forced himself into the woman's car and ordered her at gunpoint to drive him to an industrial park in Fontana, where police say he raped her for an hour in daylight. During the attack, he shoved the barrel of the gun in her mouth and threatened to kill her, and used his cell phone to take photos of the rape, according to a police report. The two close friends, who have known each other since high school, pleaded not guilty to an 11-count felony complaint. They were arrested shortly after the attack when Orban's service revolver was found in the woman's car.

With some of their relatives watching, Orban and Jelinek (pictured left) appeared in court in Rancho Cucamonga for a bail hearing Tuesday. The hearing, however, was put off until April 28, 2010 and both men remain in custody on $2 million bail each. Wearing green jail jumpsuits and shackled in chains around their waists and ankles, Orban and Jelinek were brought out separately into the courtroom of Judge Michael Libutti. Jelinek, of Ontario, said, "Yes, sir," when Libutti asked him if he understood that the hearing was being postponed, and Orban said. "Yes, your honor." Both defendants, who are being held in protective custody, did not appear to make any eye contact with their family members and friends in the courtroom gallery. Orban's wife, of Irvine, his sister and his parents were in the courtroom, according to Blatt. All of them had no comment on the charges against Orban, a five-year veteran of the Westminster Police Department and former infantryman.

In addition to rape and kidnapping under the legal theory of aiding and abetting the initial part of the crime, Jelinek is charged with being an accessory after the fact. After the hearing, more than a half-dozen people who said they were in court on Jelinek's behalf declined to comment.

As part of an internal investigation, Waller said the department is also looking into allegations that Orban had an extramarital affair with a department dispatcher. Waller said the department learned about the possible affair from Ontario police. Waller said that the department hired a consulting firm to conduct intensive training on policing ethics after a Westminster sergeant was terminated in September 2009 for using a state database to look up names and license plates for his personal use. Last month, the former sergeant, William Arganda, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor unlawful disclosure of DMV records and domestic violence.

"The crime is a random act of violence that could have happened to anyone, which is scary enough, but the fact it was committed by an off-duty officer, whose job it is to protect the public from crimes, makes this case especially horrific," said San Bernardino County Deputy District Attorney Deborah Ploghaus, who is prosecuting the case.

Three other recent cases with Orange County connections involve law enforcement officers charged with violent crimes.
Huntington Beach police officer James Roberts III, 33, is charged with 20 counts of sexually and physically assaulting his former wife and a former girlfriend. He was initially charged in September 2009 and is awaiting trial.

In December 2008, Long Beach police officer Orlando Mendez, 26, of Anaheim was charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend and two of her friends after chasing them in his car and firing shots into the air while off-duty. He pleaded guilty in 2009 and was sentenced to six months in jail.

In October 2008, Los Angeles Sheriff's deputy Robert Avery McClain, 34, was accused of sexually assaulting his wife and savagely torturing another man at the man's Irvine apartment after his wife announced she was leaving him. He is still awaiting trial.

Ontario detectives are concerned that there may be other victims. They are asking that anyone who has information to contact the Ontario Police Department at 909-395-2908.

See:

Two NYPD Officers indicted for rape, April 28, 2009!
A former Murray police detective was sentenced to two years in jail Monday for sexually abusing a teenage girl during a five-year period.

April 7, 2010


RANCHO CUCAMONGA - A police officer and state corrections officer could face life in prison if convicted of criminal charges filed by prosecutors Tuesday in a woman's alleged kidnapping and rape. Anthony Nicholas Orban and Jeff Thomas Jelinek, both 30, are expected to be arraigned this morning in West Valley Superior Court on an 11-count criminal complaint. Orban, a Westminster police officer, is accused of kidnapping a 25-year-old woman Saturday at Ontario Mills, then raping her at gunpoint in the parking lot of a commercial complex in Fontana.

Ontario police say Jelinek, a corrections officer assigned to California Institution for Men in Chino, acted as a lookout then picked Orban up after the rape. Both were off-duty at the time and have been placed on paid leave. They remained jailed Tuesday in lieu of $1 million bail at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Orban was charged Tuesday with kidnapping, rape, oral copulation, sodomy, sexual penetration with a foreign object, and making criminal threats. Jelinek was charged with kidnapping, rape and acting as an accessory to a crime. Deputy District Attorney Debbie Ploghaus said she filed a motion asking a judge to increase the men's bail to $2 million.


The alleged victim told police Orban confronted her in the mall parking lot as she left her job Saturday afternoon. When the woman got in her car, she said Orban entered on the passenger-sidea nd that Jelinek stood nearby. The woman said Orban pointed a handgun at her and ordered her to drive north on the 15 Freeway. He told her to exit at Baseline Road and park in a commercial center on the east side of the freeway, according to an Ontario police news release. She said he then ordered her to take off her clothes and that he sexually assaulted her at gunpoint. Orban fled, police said, but officers found his service weapon in the woman's car. The woman ran to a nearby business and reported the assault to police.

Orban called Jelinek from his cell phone and asked him to pick him up at the commercial center, police said. After the men returned to the mall, Orban called his wife and told her he had lost his weapon, police said. Orban's wife called Ontario police, and officers interviewed Orban and Jelinek at Ontario Mills. The men's statements to police "were inconsistent and somewhat suspicious," according to the news release. Officers also saw that the men's appearances matched the woman's description of her attacker and his accomplice.

Ontario police fear Orban and Jelinek may have victimized other women, and have asked potential victims to contact the department at 909-395-2908.

James Roberts III

Published: March 5, 2013 Updated: Sept. 12, 2013 6:17 p.m. PDT

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SANTA ANA, CA – The trial of James Roberts, 36, a former Huntington Beach police officer accused of sexually and physically abusing his ex-wife and former girlfriend ended abruptly Tuesday with most of the charges dismissed.

Roberts was charged with 20 felony counts, including rape, sodomy by force, criminal threats, false imprisonment and aggravated assault. If convicted, he faced life in prison with the possibility of parole.

Instead, he pleaded guilty before Orange County Superior Court Judge Patrick Donahue to felony vandalism and one count of misdemeanor domestic battery with corporal injury, which together carry a maximum term of four years in prison. Donahue, who had let the jury go home early Tuesday afternoon so the lawyers could work out an agreement, suspended the prison term, ordering Roberts to serve five years of probation and meet conditions that include completion of a 52-week batterers-treatment program.

The plea agreement between the prosecutor and the defense came after several days of testimony, including that of Roberts' former wife, who had been on the stand about a day and a half.

County Deputy District Attorney John Christl told Donahue that he could not prove the remaining counts beyond a reasonable doubt.

"(After a) review of the evidence and the testimony elicited in the course of the trial, the prosecution feels we have proof problems, and we are unable to proceed," Christl said afterward.

As he left the courthouse with Roberts, defense attorney John Barnett said the resolution reached was fair "after all the evidence was laid out."

Roberts "is relieved to put the prosecution and the potential exposure behind him," Barnett said.

Roberts' former wife made a tearful plea to Donahue before the sentencing, saying that she "strongly disagreed" with the plea and that the two domestic-violence counts should have remained felonies. Another domestic-battery charge was among those dismissed.

"What James has done to our son has been extremely damaging," she said, urging Roberts get counseling and apologize to her, their son and her family.

Donahue will dismiss the jury Wednesday.

Published: Feb. 4, 2011 - Updated: March 12, 2011 - 1:31 p.m.

The former Huntington Beach police officer (pictured left) charged with raping and sodomizing his ex-wife and ex-girlfriend will head to a jury trial in April, according to court records. James Roberts III will see another pretrial hearing Feb. 25, 2011 and is expected to go to a jury trial April 11, 2011. He pleaded not guilty Nov. 30 to 20 felony counts, including rape, criminal threats, sodomy by means of force, false imprisonment and assault with a deadly weapon, among others. Roberts was arrested Sept. 2, 2009, and was fired from the Police Department on April 15, 2010 after an internal investigation.

Roberts' attorney previously told the Register that Roberts denies the allegations and that there is evidence the accusations were motivated by money and spite.

Both Roberts' ex-wife and ex-girlfriend filed civil lawsuits against the city and the Police Department, alleging officials covered up the abuse. Officials said his ex-girfriend has since dropped her lawsuit against the city but his ex-wife's is still active.

His ex-girlfriend had cited various incidents in which she said Roberts abused her, including sodomizing her in his apartment, grabbing her and trying to kiss her in an alley and pushing her up against a glass wall at a mall in Newport Beach, the lawsuit says.

Both the women's names are being withheld because they are possibly victims of sexual abuse.

September 1, 2010

A former Huntington Beach police officer will face trial on charges including rape and sodomy, an Orange County judge decided at a preliminary hearing. The judge upheld 19 of the 20 felony charges filed by prosecutors. Superior Court Judge Richard J. Beacom agreed to move forward with the charges against James Roberts III, 34, after hearing testimony from Roberts' ex-wife and investigators from the Orange County Sheriff's Department and Orange County district attorney's office during the three-day preliminary hearing at the Central Justice Center in Santa Ana. A preliminary hearing is where prosecutors present evidence to a judge, who rules if the case is strong enough to go to trial. Roberts is charged with alleged acts against his wife, an alleged mistress and another man while serving as an officer with the police department. He pleaded not guilty Feb. 26, 2010 to rape, forcible sodomy, false imprisonment by violence or deceit, criminal threats, domestic battery, aggravated assault, dissuading a witness and vandalism. Roberts faces a maximum sentence of about 23 years in prison if convicted on all charges.

August 13, 2010
"He told me he was going to get me pregnant[.] That we were going to be a family again."

-- Rape victim testimony against Officer James Roberts III.

James Roberts III, 34, is charged with alleged acts against his wife, an alleged mistress and another man while serving as an officer with the Police Department. He pleaded not guilty Feb. 26, 2010 to rape, forcible sodomy, false imprisonment by violence or deceit, criminal threats, domestic battery, aggravated assault, dissuading a witness and vandalism. Prosecutors began presenting evidence shortly after 2 p.m. to Superior Court Judge Richard J. Beacom at Central Justice Center in Santa Ana for the case against James Roberts III.

The ex-wife of the former Huntington Beach police officer (pictured left) accused of 20 felony counts including rape, sodomy and spousal rape took the stand Thursday afternoon as his preliminary hearing began, presenting emotional testimony. The ex-wife choked back tears as she recalled an alleged incident on Halloween 2007. The two had separated in 2006 and she had filed for divorce earlier in the month, but Roberts came to the Huntington Beach house the two used to live in together, she said. After a confrontation over her text messaging other people, she tried to escape him by locking herself in the guest room, holding the door handle and using her body to brace the door, she testified. Roberts allegedly broke open the door, which hit his then-wife in the side of the face, knocking her down, she said. She fled to their son's room, but couldn't get the door closed fast enough, she said. The son wasn't home at the time.

He allegedly grabbed her by her hair, holding her with her back against the wall, she said. He ripped her clothes off her body before allegedly raping her on the floor of their son's room, she said. "He told me he was going to get me pregnant," she said. "That we were going to be a family again." Deputy Dist. Atty. Cyril Yu questioned her about a handful of incidents where Roberts was allegedly violent with her, several while their son was present during the nearly two hours of testimony.

The preliminary hearing is expected to continue Friday and into next week, prosecutors said. A preliminary hearing is where prosecutors present evidence to a judge who rules if the case is strong enough to go to trial. Roberts, with his father and sister in the audience, sat at the defendant's table in a gun-metal gray suit and closely cropped hair watching and taking notes as his ex-wife detailed his alleged pattern of violence and repentance for his actions from June 2007 to March 2008. Roberts faces a maximum sentence of 23 years and four months in prison if convicted on all charges.

March 16, 2010

HUNTINGTON BEACH – Prosecutors have filed new charges of rape and forcible sodomy against a Huntington Beach police officer who was already facing 17 charges of physically abusing his former wife and girlfriend. James Roberts III pleaded not guilty to all 20 counts against him, including three new ones that were added after he was initially charged in September 2010. A preliminary hearing in the case is scheduled for April 28, 2010. The initial 17 charges against Roberts included false imprisonment, threats, domestic battery, aggravated assault, dissuading a witness by force or threat and vandalism. The three new accusations – spousal rape by force, sodomy by force, and forcible rape – involve the same two victims as the earlier charges, said Farrah Emami, a spokeswoman for the Orange County District Attorney's Office. "In the course of investigating case we learned that there was additional conduct, and that was charged," Emami said.

On March 10, 2010 a woman claiming to be Roberts' (pictured left) ex-girlfriend filed a claim against the city of Huntington Beach alleging that the city, the police chief, and several officers conspired to cover up the alleged abuse. It's the second such claim filed against the city based on Roberts' alleged conduct. Roberts' former wife filed a claim Sept. 24, 2009 and a lawsuit against the city on Nov. 24, 2009 with similar allegations. The claim by the ex-girlfriend alleges that Roberts sexually, physically, and verbally abused her. She claims he caused her emotional distress and physical injury. The lawsuit by Robert's former wife details abuse including rape, destruction of furniture and a family picture, and assault in front of the couple's son. A law firm is representing both women in their civil cases.

The ex-girlfriend's claim said calls to 911 and reports to the Huntington Beach Police Department were "ignored," the city failed to discipline Roberts and conspired to cover up the abuse. Police Chief Ken Small declined to comment on the new claim. Small said the department has finished its internal investigation and is in the process of making a final decision on Roberts' status with the department. Roberts is on paid administrative leave and receives a monthly salary of about $7,300. Roberts' attorney didn't return a phone call seeking comment.

September 7, 2009

An officer with the Huntington Beach Police Department was arrested on September 3, 2009 and charged with physically abusing both his wife and a girlfriend, prosecutors said. James Roberts III, 33, is also accused of dissuading his wife from reporting the assaults in order to keep his job, the Orange County District Attorney's Office said in a news release. Roberts is charged with 17 felony counts of false imprisonment, threats, domestic battery, aggravated assault, dissuading a witness by force or threat and vandalism. He is being held in lieu of $250,000 bail and is expected to be arraigned Friday in Orange County Superior Court in Santa Ana, prosecutors said.

Roberts (pictured above, left) is accused of physically and verbally abusing his wife between June 2007 and May 2008. In July 2007, he trashed her home and physically restrained his wife to hold her against her will. On one occasion while she was with their young son he assaulted his wife by pushing her to the ground in a bathroom, causing her to hit the bathtub and toilet. Another time, the complaint alleges, he pushed a door into his wife. Roberts repeatedly told his wife that he would lose his job as a police officer if she reported the assault to the police, and threatened to kill her at least once. Between March and July 2007, Roberts is accused of physically restraining his girlfriend to hold her against her will. He physically restrained her to prevent her from leaving, and assaulted her by grabbing her and pulling her to the ground.

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January 12, 1996

RIVERSIDE, CA — A decorated California Highway Patrol officer has apparently committed suicide, a month after his arrest in the alleged rape of a woman while on his graveyard shift, authorities announced Thursday. The officer, James W. Pitsor, was found dead late Wednesday afternoon of a single shot from a rifle, said Sgt. Tom Neely of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. Pitsor's body was discovered by joggers a few feet from where he had parked his car along a rural road east of Barstow, Neely said. The exact cause of death and verification that Pitsor killed himself are pending an autopsy, a sheriff's spokeswoman said, but there were no signs of foul play at the scene.

Pitsor, a 27-year veteran of the CHP, was arrested by sheriff's detectives last month after a woman said he had offered her a ride after she left a Barstow bar at closing time, only to drive her 20 miles west of town and rape her. The woman reported her allegation to the Sheriff's Department the next day and was able to identify Pitsor because he was in uniform--including wearing his name tag--when he allegedly picked her up, authorities said. Investigators arrested Pitsor after a search of his home and patrol car turned up unspecified evidence.

Pitsor, a sergeant and the 1995 officer of the year in the Barstow station--where he had worked for about 17 years--was fired by the CHP in the wake of the charges, and was to be arraigned next week. He was free on $25,000 bail. His firing took effect Monday, a day after his 50th birthday. CHP Capt. J.M. Fogerty, commander of the Barstow station, said Pitsor's arrest and subsequent death have taken a toll on fellow officers.

"The reality of what has happened, culminating in [Wednesday's] events, is sobering," he said. "Every employee is deeply affected. The arrest and charges against a co-worker were shocking. [The] sad conclusion is disheartening to all of us who knew Sgt. Pitsor. Our hearts go out to his family." Pitsor was married and had two children. The charges against him were the latest to blemish the Barstow station.

Officer George M. Gwaltney is serving a 90-year federal prison term for the 1982 kidnapping, rape and murder of a 23-year-old Van Nuys woman who was traveling home along Interstate 15 from Las Vegas. He stopped her for speeding, handcuffed her, raped her and then shot her to death. Last week, Jim Carl Burchett, who had retired in 1983 as the Barstow captain, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles to one count of conspiracy to distribute and receive pornography and seven counts of receipt of child pornography. He will be sentenced April 1, 1996 the U.S. attorney's office said. Burchett served a state prison term after a 1993 state conviction for attempted lewd conduct with a child.

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-- April 16, 2011, Statement by New York City Police Officer Michael Daragjati, boasting of his false arrest of another African-American male.

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Dr. Ayres (Psychiatrist)!

Posted: 05/03/2012 10:34:52 PM PDT - Updated: 05/04/2012 03:29:52 PM PDT



Redwood City, CA -- A San Mateo County Superior Court judge on Thursday denied a request by the attorney representing Dr. William Ayres, accused of child molestation, for his release from Napa State Hospital, where he has been held since Oct. 25 to restore his competency for retrial. In a motion to the court, Ayres' lawyer and children asked that he be transferred to an unlocked senior facility or released for outpatient treatment because his mental state is quickly deteriorating. The once-prominent child psychiatrist scored "severely impaired" on a recent dementia test, according to documents released last week. But Judge John Grandsaert said he is not legally allowed to consider the request because there was no written declaration from the hospital's director about Ayres' mental state. Ayres' treating physician was in court instead. Grandsaert set a hearing date for July 25, when a six-month report is due on Ayres' competency. The judge also noted that a 90-day report indicates "there's some possibility of restoration to competence."

Posted: 04/28/2012 08:11:30 AM PDT - Updated: 04/29/2012 01:03:00 AM PDT

Redwood City, CA -- In a motion petitioning for his client's release from Napa State Hospital, an attorney for accused child molester Dr. William Ayres (pictured above, center) argues that Ayres' mental state is deteriorating. Ayres appeared Friday in San Mateo County Superior Court for a hearing on whether he can be transferred to an unlocked senior facility or released for outpatient treatment. He appeared frail and notably thin. His white beard, once close-cropped, was long and unkempt. The motion submitted by his attorney shed new light on the condition of Ayres, whose trial on charges of molesting several young male patients at his San Mateo office ended in a hung jury in 2009. Ayres was required to stay at Napa for a minimum of 180 days after the district attorney, who wanted to try him a second time on molestation charges, conceded last year that Ayres' mental health was in decline, and he could not aid in his defense. That milestone passed this week, and Ayres was transported for a hearing from Napa to the Hall of Justice in Redwood City.

The motion includes letters from Ayres' adult children, asking for their father's release, and the summary of an evaluation by a Napa doctor who conducted a neuropsychological evaluation April 18, finding the 80-year-old has suffered "significant deterioration" in his mental functioning. Dr. Ayres has difficulty keeping track of time or the day of the week and rates as "severely impaired" on a dementia test, according to court documents submitted Friday in the case of the once-prominent child psychiatrist. Ayres' daughter, Barbara, said in a letter to the judge that, during her weekly visits with her father, he repeats questions and stories and when she brings a variety of foods, he has trouble recognizing them. Ayres' other child, Robert, told the judge there is no hope for his father's condition to improve, and keeping him at Napa, separated from his family and without stimulation, serves only to punish him. "It's utterly heartless and unconstitutional to deliver a punitive ruling when my father's presumption of innocence remains intact after the prosecution's failure to convict him in 2009," Robert Ayres wrote.

Judge John Grandsaert ultimately postponed the hearing until Thursday at the request of the District Attorney's Office.

Coachin'!

Posted: April 4, 2011 - 7:49 p.m. EDT; Updated April 6, 2011 - 9:35 PDT

 


BOSTON, MA (WCJB) -- Former Christ the King men's basketball coach Bob Oliva finally admitted to accusations of molesting his players, pleading guilty Monday in a Boston courtroom. Oliva will receive five years of probation after pleading guilty to sexually abusing a then fourteen-year-old player, James Carlino, in Boston during the summer of 1976. Oliva must now register as a sex offender, wear a GPS device and is not allowed to coach or have unsupervised contact with a child under 16, according to his defense attorney. "These allegations are from 35 years ago, no criminal record, 5 years probation is a reasonable result.

Carlino, now 49 years old, claims he was molested by Oliva on that trip to watch the Yankees play the Red Sox, and at least 100 other times after that. Carlino had filed a $20 million dollar lawsuit in Queens County, New York against Oliva, Christ King Regional High School, the Catholic Youth Organization and the Diocese of Brooklyn among others. Because the abuse happened so long ago, the suit could only happen in Massachusetts where state law dismisses the statute of limitations if a defendant is from out of state.

He claimed the sexual abuse occurred over a four-year period when Carlino played youth basketball at St. Teresa of Avila Parish and St. Mary Gate of Heaven Parish, both in Queens, NY. Carlino says the abuse happened between the ages of 12 and 16 years old while Oliva was his coach. Carlino's attorney, Mitchell Garabedian, adds Oliva was very close to the family and Carlino's godfather.

"Mr. Carlino wants to know why the supervisors didn't do anything to prevent this abuse from happening," Garabedian said. Carlino only recently divulged his claims, according to the complaint. Garabedian says two other men have come forward with similar allegations of sexual abuse, including a former professional baseball player who played in New York City for "a short period of time".

Oliva put Christ the King's basketball program on the map with 549 wins and five titles during his 27 seasons. He resigned in 2009 citing heart problems by the then-allegations.

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March 28, 2011



Arthur Temblador, 36 (pictured above, center) was arrested after cops said they caught him having sex with a 16-year-old girl. Temblador runs a youth soccer club and the girl is one of his players, according to reports. Arthur Temblador, 36, was arrested Saturday night in the parking lot of a medical building in Sacramento. Temblador is the director of soccer operations for the Elk Grove Everton FC youth soccer club. The girl is a member of the club, Sacramento media reported. The club has teams for boys ranging from under-10 to under-18 and for girls from under-10 to under-17.

Police said they spotted a suspicious car in the lot around 9 p.m. and found Temblador and the girl having sex inside. The coach was charged with sexual assault and was released on $250,000 bail, police said. He is married with children, Sacramento's media sources said.

Juvi' Groovy!



Posted: March 1, 2012 - Updated May 2, 2012 - 9:22 PDT

OAKLAND, CA – Thomas Perez Jewell (pictured below, left) was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Oakland, California, to 29 years in prison and was ordered to pay $234,000 in restitution for producing child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag, Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, and Special Agent in Charge Stephanie Douglas of the FBI’s San Francisco Field Office.

According to court documents, Jewell first came to the attention of law enforcement authorities when he was suspected of distributing and possessing child pornography. A search of Jewell’s Pleasant Hill apartment pursuant to a search warrant revealed evidence that Jewell had sexually molested two minor victims and photographed and videotaped his abuse. A hard drive hidden under the mattress in Jewell’s bedroom contained thousands of images of the minor victims. Prior to his arrest and conviction, Jewell was employed as a youth counselor and therapist in Contra Costa County.

Jewell, 54, was indicted by a federal grand jury on December 9, 2010. He was charged with production of child pornography, transportation of child pornography, and possession of child pornography, in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 2251(a) and (e); 2252A(a)(1) and (b)(1); and 2252A(a)(5)(B) and (b)(2). He pleaded guilty to one count of production of child pornography on November 23, 2011.

Jewell was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Phyllis J. Hamilton. Judge Hamilton also sentenced the defendant to a lifetime of supervised release. Jewell has been in custody since his arrest on November 18, 2010.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Joshua Hill and Trial Attorney Mi Yung Park of the Department of Justice Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section with the assistance of Vanessa Vargas. This case was investigated by the FBI, the Pleasant Hill Police Department, the Martinez Police Department and the Walnut Creek Police Department.

This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice. Led by United States Attorneys’ Offices and the Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children, as well as to identify and rescue victims.

November 30, 2011

MARTINEZ, CA -- A former Contra Costa County youth counselor (pictured left) pleaded guilty Wednesday to numerous child molestation charges in exchange for the assurance of a 30-year prison sentence. That sentence, to be handed down by a county judge in March, will run concurrently with whatever sentence a federal judge in a separate child pornography case will give Thomas Perez Jewell. The 54-year-old Pleasant Hill resident pleaded guilty in federal court last week to one count of producing child pornography -- and admitted that he filmed himself molesting two victims. That sentencing is scheduled for February; Jewell will serve 30 years, even if the federal sentence is shorter than that.

Jewell had been a longtime intern for Contra Costa Health Service's mental health division, which provides counseling services for Juvenile Hall. Jewell pleaded guilty in Contra Costa County Superior Court Wednesday to 11 felony sex crime counts for molesting three boys. Two of them were clients through either his county position or his private Pittsburg-based counseling business YES Enterprises. One boy was 5 years old when Jewell began molesting him during therapy sessions in 2005. The boy considered Jewell his best friend, and his grandmother trusted Jewell completely, the grandmother wrote in a letter read in court Wednesday. She even defended Jewell to police in 2006 when an elementary schoolteacher reported witnessing Jewell touch the boy inappropriately during a session on an East County campus. Police then backed off, she said.
"I want Thomas to know that he has really, really screwed up my and my grandson's life," the woman wrote. "We both hope to never lay eyes on him again. He should grow old and expire in prison."

In another letter to the court, one man recalled seeing his younger brother express shock and relief when told late last year that police were investigating Jewell. The boy then admitted Jewell began molesting him when he was 12. "It had been so hard for him to live with this terrible secret. He still seems afraid to talk about it, even to this day," the older brother wrote Jewell. "You are a parent yourself and you are supposed to be a counselor. How could you do this to someone else's child?"

Both Judge Clare Maier and prosecutor Dana Filkowski commended the police investigation by officers from Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek and Martinez, who traced Jewell's child pornography to him in November 2010 and then located his victims. Jewell made no statement to the court. Before he took the plea deal Wednesday, he was charged with 73 felonies in the county court. He will serve his sentence in federal prison, and won't attend his county sentencing hearing in Maier's courtroom on March 23.

November 23, 2011

PLEASANT HILL, CA -- A former Juvenile Hall youth counselor accused of molesting boys he mentored has pleaded guilty to federal child-pornography charges, clearing the way for further prosecution in Contra Costa County. Thomas Perez Jewell, 54 appeared Wednesday in federal court in Oakland where he pleaded to one count of producing child pornography, according to the U.S. attorney's office. Jewell faces between 15 and 30 years in prison after he is sentenced in February, and will be required to register as a sex offender. With the conclusion of the federal case, Contra Costa prosecutors have scheduled a preliminary hearing for Wednesday to address 73 county charges, most of which allege sex crimes against young boys that surfaced in November 2010.

December 11, 2010

Investigators said Friday that a second molestation victim has surfaced in the investigation of Contra Costa County juvenile hall worker Thomas Perez Jewell who this week had federal child pornography charges added to the more than four-dozen charges he faces in the county. Deputy district attorney Dana Filkowski said Friday that Jewell, 53, of Pleasant Hill, served as a counselor to young male victim. She said the District Attorney's Office will amend its criminal complaint against Jewell by the time he appears in Contra Costa Superior Court on Jan. 6, 2011. There may be more charges by then, she said. "We're continuing to investigate additional potential victims," Filkowski said.

In the case of the first victim, a federal grand jury on Thursday charged Jewell with three child pornography counts of production, transportation and possession of child pornography, according to a U.S. Attorney's Office filing. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of at least 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

According to a search warrant served at Jewell's home Nov. 17, Martinez police Detective David Mathers was looking online for distributors of child pornography via peer-to-peer file-sharing software. After discovering some suspiciously labeled image and video files showing preteen and teen boys engaged in sexual acts, he tracked the host computer's IP address -- its unique Web signature -- to Jewell's home in Pleasant Hill. There, authorities seized several digital storage devices. A multi-agency team of investigators led by Pleasant Hill police, with FBI help, found more than 13,000 pornographic images involving children on the devices. Walnut Creek Detective Rick Baca helped identify one of the children -- the first victim -- as a county resident.

Earlier this week, the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office charged Jewell with 46 counts of molesting a child between 12 and 15 years old. Two of the molestation counts were detailed as aggravated sexual assault, each of which carry a maximum sentence of 14 years to life in prison. The criminal complaint against Jewell alleges that the molestation involved a boy under 14 years old, and covers acts committed between September 2007 and last month.

Because Jewell is suspected of transmitting some of the material over the Internet -- which is federal jurisdiction -- the U.S. Attorney decided to pursue its own case against him. Jewell will be prosecuted both federally and locally for the child pornography charges, Filkowski said.

Jewell worked full-time with the Youthful Offender Treatment Program at Juvenile Hall. The allegations against him stunned many of his co-workers and the young people in the program. "We were shocked," said Paula Hernandez, chief deputy probation officer for the county. "We knew nothing. Our first concern was the children. We had many staff members who were just devastated."

County officials are attempting to contact all of the 70 youths who have been through the program in the past three years, and their parents. Counselors have met individually with current Juvenile Hall residents to discuss the allegations and help them deal with the emotions and concerns they may be experiencing.

Many are worried about how this will affect their treatment, Hernandez said. Others are dealing with trust issues. "To be betrayed by a therapist is probably the worst kind of betrayal," Hernandez said. It is unclear whether the victims were Jewell's clients at Juvenile Hall -- where he was contracted to work through the county's mental health division -- or with his private counseling business, YES Enterprises.

Jewell obtained a master's degree in counseling psychology from JFK University in Pleasant Hill in 2000, but is not a licensed therapist. It is not required that people be licensed to work as mental health clinical specialists for the county. Before the arrest, questions had been raised about Jewell's status with the county and whether he was adequately supervised, but none of the discussions involved allegations of child pornography or other illegal activity. At a Mental Health Commission meeting in October, Chairman Peter Mantas said Jewell was a longtime intern who should have had his treatment notes signed by a licensed supervisor -- an issue that Linda Foster, a fellow employee, brought to the attention of both Mantas and Jewell's supervisors.

Mantas questioned why Jewell was allowed to remain as an intern for many years and whether he was adequately supervised. Mental Health Director Donna Wigand responded that she could not discuss the issue because it was a confidential personnel matter, and she criticized Mantas for bringing up such an issue in public. Wigand and Deputy Mental Health Director Suzanne Tavano declined to discuss the matter at a Mental Health Commission meeting Thursday night or confirm whether Jewell was a longtime intern. "When there is any kind of investigation going on, we are not at liberty to give details," Wigand said. "I do share with many of you a sense of tragedy."

Jewell's arrest has left the county short of mental health workers at Juvenile Hall. Foster resigned from her position before the arrest, and in a decision apparently unrelated to Jewell, a third full-time mental health employee has transferred to another county position. Other mental health employees are being rotated in to help out until the vacancies can be filled, Tavano said.

Hernandez said she hopes the county can get a full-time mental health worker dedicated to Juvenile Hall as quickly as possible. "Now is the time we work together and try to get through this," she said.

Jewell did not enter a plea during a court appearance in Martinez on Monday. He is being held in Contra Costa County Jail in lieu of $5.8 million bail. Pleasant Hill police have set up a tip line for possible victims to come forward. Anyone with information about additional crimes is asked to call 925-676-1273 [Do not Contact the Contra Costa County District Attorney].

Columbia Family Matters!


December 9, 2010

A popular Columbia professor was charged Thursday with incest - accused of a sick sex relationship with a female relative, prosecutors said. Political science Prof. David Epstein, 46, bedded the young woman over a three-year period ending last year, according to court papers. He was arraigned before a Manhattan judge on a single felony incest count. "We ask that everyone remember that he is innocent until proven otherwise and that these allegations are nothing more than allegations," said Epstein's defense lawyer.

University spokesman Robert Hornsby said that Epstein (pictured left) "is now on administrative leave and will not be teaching students." Epstein, who specializes in American politics and voting rights, has taught at Harvard and Stanford and often is quoted by news organizations. He also has blogged on The Huffington Post. Sources said the victim was over 18 when the relationship began in 2006 and that the two often exchanged twisted text messages. Epstein faces up to four years behind bars if convicted. He was released on his own recognizance.

Lipstick Predator II!


Updated: 10/27/2010 02:45:49 PM PDT

LAFAYETTE, CA -- A former Moraga middle-school teacher has been charged with 12 felonies stemming from accusations she had a three-year sexual relationship with a former student in the late 1990s, authorities said. The victim, now a 28-year-old Lamorinda resident referred to as Jane Doe in court documents, contacted police in July after battling depression and realizing that what she thought was a relationship was actually sexual abuse, said Lafayette police Detective Berch Parker. "She talked about having issues and not being able to move on," Parker said.

Her former teacher, Julie Gay Correa, 42, now a resident of the Salt Lake City area, faces six counts of lewd acts on a child ages 14 to 15, three counts of forcible oral copulation, and three counts of forcible sexual penetration. She was arrested, taken to California and jailed in mid-August, but she posted $1.05 million bail and returned home later that month after pleading not guilty. Correa's next court date is scheduled for Dec. 7, 2010 in Contra Costa Superior Court, though because of an undisclosed conflict of interest she is being prosecuted by the state Attorney General's Office instead of the Contra Costa District Attorney's Office. Both Correa and her Hayward-based attorney, declined to comment for this story. The Moraga school district's superintendent's office also declined to comment.

According to police, Jane Doe was a 12-year-old student at Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School when she first met then-26-year-old Correa, a teacher and coach at the school. The accuser told investigators that Correa lavished her with an "unusual" amount of attention, which grew to include overnight mountain trips and love letters.

In 1996, the summer after the girl graduated from middle school, Correa began giving her daily volleyball lessons, and the relationship turned sexual, prosecutors said in court documents. At one point the girl's mother confronted Correa about the time they were spending together and demanded that she stay away. Doe told investigators that she was coerced into staying in the relationship because Correa threatened to kill herself or Doe, threatened to "out" her as gay, and plied her with alcohol.

The sexual activity continued from the ages of 14 to 17 for the victim, who ended the relationship in 1999. More than 10 years later, she contacted Lafayette police after coming to terms with her abuse. With the help of detectives, she called Correa, now living in Utah, and had conversations that suggested Correa was still keeping tabs on Jane Doe's life. Parker said he then traveled to Utah to interview Correa, who denied the accusations of abuse. Investigators say Correa admitted to kissing and inappropriately touching the girl, but said she was the one who had been victimized by the then-14-year-old.

Coincidentally, during the same time the suspected sexual relationship between Correa and Jane Doe occurred, another teacher at Joaquin Moraga Intermediate was being investigated for sexual misconduct with a student. That investigation ended when Daniel Witters, 37, was found dead in December 1996 in a car wreck at the bottom of a cliff in Big Sur, about a week after he was suspended by the school district and subsequently reported missing from his Danville home. While his death fueled speculation about suicide, the cause of the crash remains unconfirmed.

Correa's case remains under investigation. Parker said police are exploring the possibility of additional victims. Anyone with information related to the case can contact Parker at 925-299-3222.

Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School
1010 Camino Pablo
Moraga, CA 94556
Phone: 925-376-7206
Website: http://jm.moraga.k12.ca.us/

Lipstick Predator I!


Sara Cole!


Posted: 08/31/2011 09:29:45 AM PDT
Updated: 08/31/2011 11:05:14 AM PDT


Photo Caption: Sara Cole, of Los Gatos, leaves the Santa Clara County Hall of Justice after her second day of testimony in the People Vs. Cole on August 1, 2011. She is accused of having unlawful sex with a then-16-year-old boy who was her son's best friend. Prosecutors say Cole not only had sex with the boy, but also supported his addiction to marijuana, acid and mushrooms.

A Los Gatos mother accused of having sex with her son's teenage friend was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail and three years of probation for a misdemeanor child molestation conviction. Sara Cole, 48, will also have to register for life as a sex offender. Santa Clara County Superior Court Jerome Brock said Cole can start serving her sentence in January, so that she can spend the holidays with her four sons. In early August, a jury of seven women and five men acquitted Cole on two felony counts of unlawful sex with a 16-year-old boy but found her guilty of the lesser misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting a child. As her jury was being selected, Cole rejected a plea offer that would have allowed her to stay home with an electronic bracelet for six months, and spared her registering as a sex offender. Her attorney did not respond immediately for comment.

Deputy District Attorney Timothy Moore said Wednesday that "in the interest of justice," his office has decided not to retry her on one felony charge of unlawful sex with a minor where the jury was hung 11-1. Moore also felt Cole should have started serving her sentence immediately.

Cole's defense was that her son's friend sexually assaulted her three times, and the boy said that he had sex with his friend's mother up to 40 times. Neither denied that they had texted each other more than 5,000 times, or called each other more than 850 times.

In 2007, Cole was nearly killed by a drunk driver and the Los Gatos community and beyond rallied behind her, holding fundraisers and sending her money as she recovered from severe leg injuries.

August 1, 2011

In a stunning turnabout, Sara Cole, the Los Gatos woman accused of having unlawful sex with one of her son's best friends, told a jury on Monday that it was the teen who tried to sexually assault her, a claim she never made to police and her defense attorney never mentioned in his opening statement.

Cole said the teen touched her "inappropriately" three times, including pinning her down on a bed and fondling her until she screamed for him to stop -- a sharp contrast to the 30 to 40 instances of consensual sex the teen described last week in his testimony. Cole said she had not mentioned those details in her police interview because she was trying to help the teen. "I feel like I should have been harsher, been more of a disciplinarian, reported what he had done," Cole testified. Cole's testimony came during her trial on three felony counts of unlawful sex with a minor and one misdemeanor count of molesting or annoying a child. She has pleaded not guilty.

September 30, 2010

A Los Gatos mother, who made local headlines when her legs were crushed by a drunken driver, bailed out of jail this morning after being arrested on three felony counts of having sex with a minor, according to a jail spokesman. Santa Clara County sheriff's Sgt. Rick Sung said the bail set for 47-year-old Sara Cole was $30,000. Cole's arraignment date was set for Oct. 13, 2010. According to the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department, Cole surrendered Wednesday about 2 p.m. Court documents state the victim only as "John Doe,'' and the allegations stem from May 1, 2010 to July 15, 2010. Police today said the boy was a "family friend.'' Police said they interviewed Cole last week, after they received a tip about two months ago from the parents of a teenager. She has four sons, ages 9 to 18.

The News media left two messages on Cole's voice mail this morning, but the calls were not returned. The news was disappointing for many in town, including the police department, where many had become close to Cole as they investigated her accident and helped put the drunk driver behind bars. "The chief, and several of our officers, had a supportive relationship with Sara,'' said Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Capt. Alana Forrest, the department spokeswoman. "There was certainly a level of disappointment and shock here. But we also have an obligation to the victim, and to do our job.'' Close family friend Dave Burt said he found out about Cole's arrest Wednesday night and had no comment. Los Gatos Mayor Diane McNutt also heard about the arrest Wednesday night, and she too, had nothing to say about Cole's arrest.

Cole survived a horrific accident in the parking lot of Baggerly Field off Blossom Hill Road in Los Gatos on Sept. 9, 2007. As she was unloading one of her son's bicycle from the back of her sport-utility vehicle, Lucio Rodriguez slammed his car into her, crushing her legs and nearly killing her. His blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit, and he was sentenced in 2008 to five years in prison. At the hearing, Cole testified she did not consider him an "evil man'' and took pity on his own family.

After Cole was injured, the community rallied around her, holding car washes and setting up meal trains for her sons. She was hailed by supporters as a fighter, someone who beat death and showed compassion toward the drunk driver who mangled her legs. A series of fundraisers were held to help her. The Los Gatos Community Foundation handed her $8,000, as she was confined to a wheelchair for some time. In 2008, she was asked to throw a ceremonial pitch at a Little League game.

The same year, there was a failed attempt in the state Assembly to create "Sara's Law," aimed at deporting illegal immigrants arrested on suspicion of drunken driving. Her ex-husband, Bill Cole, had helped to work on that legislation. That was the same year she also sued the town, alleging that Los Gatos was negligent and careless about its ownership, maintenance and repair of the parking strip in front of Blossom Hill Park, an allegation the town vigorously denied.

Last year, Cole was invited by the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno police chief to speak at an event designed to warn people about the dangers of drunken driving. Cole talked about her physical pain, and how she still has to wear either stockings or leg supports because her lower body still aches.


April 3, 2010

UCLA police have arrested a student on suspicion of attempted rape, following an attack on a female student who was making a cellphone call outside a residence hall before dawn Wednesday. The suspect was identified as Thaddeus Staniforth, 25, a UCLA student from Fullerton. Staniforth was arrested on suspicion of attempted rape and kidnapping to commit rape, and was being held in lieu of $1-million bail at Men's Central Jail in downtown L.A., UCLA officials said in a statement. The attempted rape at UCLA occurred about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday when a female student outside the Delta Terrace residence hall was grabbed and taken to another location, police said. The attacker then threw the woman to the ground and straddled her, according to police. The attacker then stopped the assault and walked away, police said. The woman was scratched during the attack. Wednesday's attack appeared to be unrelated to other incidents reported in March, in which women at UCLA reported being grabbed in the crotch or knocked to the ground in attempted sexual assaults. The suspects in those cases fit different descriptions. UCLA police are warning female students to be extra vigilant. Staniforth was arrested Friday night at his dorm room at the Delta Terrace residence hall, police said. A flier distributed on campus yielded several tips that led to the arrest. Investigators were aided by security camera tapes and records of electronic key cards used to enter the dormitories, according to UCLA's statement.

See: Schoolyard Predators! - Part III


Tessa VanVlerah

May 2, 2012

St. Louis -- The Missouri mother of the infant she and a former Cal State East Bay professor raped and sodomized has been sentenced to two life sentences, prosecutors say. Tessa VanVlerah, 22, pleaded guilty in January to statutory rape, statutory sodomy and incest for molesting her daughter, who was 5 months old when the abuse began. Kenneth Kyle, 48, who was an assistant professor in public affairs and administration at Cal State East Bay for four years, was arrested in 2010 for possessing child pornography. A search of his computer turned up more than 529 images of child porn and 33 child porn videos, and led authorities to Ballwin, Mo., where VanVlerah lived with her parents.

Kyle pleaded guilty in May and was sentenced to 37 1/2 years in federal prison.

Earlier this week,VanVlerah received two sentences of 30 years to life in state prison for the statutory rape and statutory sodomy charges, according to the St. Louis County district attorney’s office. She received another four years for incest.

Professor Kenneth Kyle


February 3, 2012

St. Louis, MO -- A number of shocking developments have come to light in the case of convicted rapist Kenneth Kyle (pictured above, left) and Tessa Vanvlerah (pictured above, right) the St. Louis-area woman who arranged sexual contact between Kyle and her infant daughter. Last month, Vanvlerah pleaded guilty to meeting Kyle online and coordinating with the then 46-year old San Francisco resident and Cal State East Bay college professor to travel to her St. Louis suburb and molest her daughter, who was five months old at the time. Kyle, who resigned from his position at the university last shortly after his arrest in 2010, similarly pleaded guilty to crossing state lines to engage in sexual acts with a minor as well as a number of child pornography charges. His plea agreement with prosecutors calls for a minimum 30-year sentence in federal prison.

Authorities were tipped off to the pair when a FBI sting operation detected the file sharing of sexual images of young children coming from Kyle's home computer. The U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency reports they found over 500 images and dozens of videos of child pornography on Kyle's laptop; however, officials were uncertain if any of it featured Vanvlerah's daughter.

New reports suggest this incident with her own daughter might not have been the first time Vanvlerah, who is now 20, sexually took advantage of a minor. A Missouri newspaper reported that in 2008 a St. Louis woman successfully received a restraining order against Vanvlerah, on claims that Vanvlerah seduced and had sex with the woman's 16-year-old autistic son. Vanvlerah then allegedly bragged online that she'd gotten pregnant from the affair. Could it be, then, that her two-year-old daughter is the product of her molestation of the 16-year-old in 2008? The timing works out, as a child born in 2009 would be celebrating her third birthday in 2012.

April 7, 2010Updated!

SAN FRANCISCO — An East Bay college professor pleaded not guilty in federal court in San Francisco today to five criminal charges, including crossing a state line to commit child sexual abuse and producing child pornography. The not-guilty plea for Kenneth Kyle, 46 (pictured left) of San Francisco, was entered by his defense lawyer at an arraignment in the court of U.S. Magistrate Bernard Zimmerman. Dressed in red Alameda County jail clothing, Kyle said nothing during the brief court appearance. He agreed last month to waive a detention hearing and is being held without bail. He is due to return to court April 29 for a status conference before U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White, the trial judge assigned to the case. Kyle, an assistant professor of public affairs at California State University, is separately charged in Missouri with raping a 1-year-old girl and producing child pornography in that state. He was indicted on the five federal counts on April 1. The charge of crossing a state line for purposes of aggravated sexual abuse of a child carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison and a maximum of life in prison if he is convicted.

April 1, 2010

HAYWARD - A Cal State East Bay professor and a Missouri woman were indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury in San Francisco on child-pornography charges, a day after they were indicted in St. Louis for allegedly photographing themselves having sexual contact with a minor. Professor Kenneth Kyle, 47, of San Francisco was originally arrested March 15, 2010 and charged in Superior Court with one count of possessing child pornography and one count of child exploitation after authorities said they had found hundreds of images on his home computer in the South of Market area and on his laptop.

He and Tessa Vanvlerah, 20, (pictured left, holding victim of sex crimes) of Ballwin, Mo., were indicted this week in Missouri on charges that they took photographs of themselves engaging in sexually explicit contact with a minor. On Thursday, Kyle was indicted in San Francisco on charges of aggravated sexual abuse of a child and child-pornography charges, while Vanvlerah was charged with production of child pornography by a parent. Both have also been charged in Missouri state court with statutory rape, statutory sodomy and promoting child pornography. Vanvlerah was also charged with incest. Both Vanvlerah and Kyle are in custody.



Vanvlerah (pictured left) attends college and lives with her parents in an affluent suburb. According to St. Louis County police, Kyle met Vanvlerah online and visited her four times in the past five months. Vanvlerah's daughter was allegedly molested during those visits, police said. Her daughter was treated at a hospital and is now in custody of the state, authorities said. The minor was not identified, but authorities have previously accused Kyle of molesting the woman's 13-month-old daughter, with the woman's consent. Kyle's laptop computer contained more than 529 images of child porn and 33 child porn videos, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Agent Michael Shan wrote in an affidavit. At least two of the images matched a database for known child-pornography victims, Shan wrote.

Kyle has been an assistant professor in public affairs and administration at Cal State East Bay for four years. He is on active teaching status at the Hayward campus, but the university is "pursuing disciplinary options," said spokesman Barry Zepel.


Professor Frank Lombard


March 30, 2010

WASHINGTON -- A Duke University official was arrested and charged with offering a 5-year-old boy for sex. Frank Lombard, the school's associate director of the Center for Health Policy, was arrested after an Internet sting, according to the FBI's Washington field office and the city's police department. According to an affidavit by District of Columbia Police Detective Timothy Palchak, an unidentified informant facing charges in a separate child sex case led authorities to Lombard. Authorities said that Lombard tried to persuade a person - who he did not know was a police officer - to travel to North Carolina to have sex with a child. The detective's affidavit charges Lombard said in an online chat that he had sexually molested the boy. The court papers say Lombard also invited the undercover detective to North Carolina to have sex with the young boy and even suggested which hotel he should use.

(Duke University official Frank Lombard stands accused of raping his adopted 5-year-old son and attempting to induce someone to cross state lines to engage in sex with the boy. The same media and Duke professors who were all over the bogus 2006 Duke lacrosse “rape” case are not interested in this horrifying homosexual adoption-rape story. Lombard, associate director of the Health Inequalities Program at the university’s Center for Health Policy, was arrested in Raleigh, N.C., for attempting to induce someone to cross state lines to engage in sex with the child, who is black.) Authorities executed a search warrant at Lombard's home, according to court documents. The papers show investigators seized two webcams, five computers and a sex toy, among other items. Lombard was charged in federal court in Washington with attempting to induce someone to cross state lines to engage in sex with a child. He appeared in federal court in Durham, N.C., on Friday before Magistrate Judge Wallace Dixon. At the hearing, Lombard agreed to be transferred to Washington for a later court hearing. His lawyer did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

The arrest affidavit goes into graphic detail of Lombard’s alleged actions, including alleged performance of oral sex with the child in front of a webcam, and sodomizing the boy with his finger and tongue. It also prominently cites the fact that Lombard is a homosexual living with another “gay” man. In his online profile, Lombard reportedly describes himself as “perv dad for fun.” There have been few, if any, mentions in news stories that Lombard is part of a homosexual couple raising children. Lombard, and his partner Ken Shipp, also a Duke University employee, adopted two black boys - or perhaps Lombard was the only adopter. The youngest son, who was 5 years old at the time Lombard was caught, was repeatedly abused by his father. After the crime was reported, everything...all information about Lombard was shutdown, and a thinking person just couldn't help but think the silence was because this was about gay adoption.

Michael Schoenfeld, vice president for public affairs at Duke, said Lombard has been employed with Duke University since 1999. He is now on unpaid administrative leave. "Duke is cooperating with the investigation," Schoenfeld said. He said the university was notified of the incident after Lombard was arrested.

Among those trying to shine the light on the homosexual aspect of the Lombard case is Mike Adams, a professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. “I tried to contact Frank Lombard over the weekend to probe his expertise regarding the health benefits of raping small children,” wrote Adams. “So far, he’s declined to comment.”

Sentencing

Lombard, who adopted the child, drugged him, sodomized him, and performed other lewd and lascivious acts on camera for the benefit of another pedophile in prison, has been sentenced to 27 years and 3 months in prison. Lombard's sentence came from one charge of producing child pornography. Lombard ple[d] guilty in December 2009. A news report says Lombard "was charged to a federal child sex charge." He was also sentenced to lifetime supervision after leaving prison.

This report says that the sentence is for "producing child pornography." What about child endangerment, what about rape, what about assault, what about dereliction of parental obligation, what about drugging a child, time after time, and what about offering his son for sex to another man. I cannot understand only the one charge. I assume there was a plea deal, but justice was not done for this little boy.

See: A Duke University police officer has been arrested and charged with raping a woman in Dothan, Ala.


Professor Raymond Vance Fulkerson


March 3, 2010

(Raymond Vance Fulkerson, blue shirt/tie, is placed in hand cuffs in Weld District Court. Fulkerson was sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of sexual exploitation of a child.) Despite 20 years of doing good, coaching students to successful careers and helping build a lasting reputation for the University of Northern Colorado's performing arts department, a Weld District Court Judge said Wednesday he couldn't ignore the serious crimes Raymond Vance Fulkerson had committed. “It's true this is your first conviction, but the court finds it hard to consider you a first-time offender,” said Judge Tom Quammen, in sentencing Fulkerson to four years in prison. “First time, caught? Yes. First time convicted? Yes. First-time offender? No. This has been going on too long.” Fulkerson, a 20-year employee of UNC, resigned his post in September after the July accusations that he videotaped male students while they used the bathroom in his home. The video fed directly into six televisions in his bedroom. He was arrested after one of those students discovered the video camera inside a digital clock on top of the toilet in that bathroom. After the news broke, many more victims came forward, some from out of state.

In all, he was charged with six felony counts of sexual exploitation of a child, nine misdemeanor peeping Tom charges against adults and a petty offense for possession of marijuana. In a deal that took months to hash out, Fulkerson, 64, pleaded guilty to one count of sexual exploitation of a child, a felony count that names all five minor children exploited in the case, with an agreement for open sentencing. In exchange, Weld Deputy District Attorney Anthony Perea opted to drop the 16 counts against Fulkerson.

Fulkerson's attorneys spent a good hour and a half presenting a different Fulkerson, detailing a life of denial and repression of his true sexuality for fear of societal and parental ostracism, which led to his immersion into fantasy and the criminal behavior. His attorney, arguing for a probation sentence, said Fulkerson has been punished more harshly already, and would continue to be punished through the public. He resigned form his post, he filed for bankruptcy and his home is in foreclosure, while he was caring for his 92-year-old mother. “There is no future for Mr. Fulkerson that does not involve punishment,” his attorney said. “Mr. Fulkerson entered into this conduct because of the distorted person had had become, not that anyone would ever know, not that any harm would come to people. Had he not been detected, he'd still be living in his own personal hell.”


Professor David Roger Allen


April 2, 2009

The former director of theater at Midland College was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after law enforcement found him in possession of more than 3,300 pornographic images of children last May (2009). David Roger Allen, now 56, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Robert Junell to 121 months at Butner Federal Correctional Complex in North Carolina. The sentence came more than two-and-half hours after his hearing began, during which time the court heard testimony from a sexual psychologist and Allen’s family and friends, including his wife Katherine, both parents and brother who reside in Florida.

Allen’s attorney asked the court for a lighter sentence because many of the 3,304 pictures law enforcement officials had confiscated from his computer after his May 19 arrest were duplicates. Prosecutors conceded that possibly two-thirds of the child pornography images were copies, but that Allen was still found with more than 1,000 photographs. It was brought before the court by the defense that Allen’s pornography addiction is something he has struggled with off and on for the past eight years and sought help for it in 2005.

Allen (pictured left) has multiple health problems including an aortic aneurysm, diabetes and takes medication for bipolar disorder, testimony showed. After the search warrant was issued last spring by law enforcement, the defense said Allen tried to commit suicide. Seven of his close family and friends testified before the court to Allen’s character and dedication both to his family and students. Before Junell read the defendant his sentence, Allen stood at the podium in an orange jail jumpsuit with his left wrist handcuffed to his waist and a typed statement in his free hand. “To the minors: I offer my deepest apologies ... My actions which cause more pain to these people absolutely mortify me. I hope that one day I will be forgiven by my victims, but I seriously doubt I will ever forgive myself,” he said. “To my wonderful friends, great colleagues and precious students: I apologize for letting you down. I hope you can find it in your hearts to forgive me.” His family sat in the last three rows behind the defense chair and cried as he read from the papers in his hand.

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