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March 27, 2009
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A rookie New Orleans police officer has found himself on the other side of the law. That's after a number of home invasions, thought to have been committed by a police impersonator. Officer Darrius Clipps is charged with aggravated burglary and sexual assault. Police were investigating three cases this week where a man dressed as an officer forced his way into a home, ordered women to undress and asked them about drugs. After a composite sketch came forward of the suspect, several officers recognized Clipps.
New Orleans Police Superintendent Warren Riley says Clipps was on the force about a year. He Graduated from the police academy in April 2008. Clipps is accused of bursting into homes, demanding drugs and money, and asking the homeowners to take off their clothes. "The community should be alarmed and highly disappointed by this, as we are," Riley said in an early morning press conference at police headquarters.
One witness even remembered Clipps' (pictured left) badge number. He resigned after his arrest. Clipps has been booked with malfeasance in office, sexual battery, false imprisonment with a weapon, simple and aggravated kidnapping, aggravated burglary, and unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling.
The home invasions occurred Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in the Mid-City neighborhood. Each time, police said, the man ordered a woman to strip, then asked about drugs.
Police say Clipps admitted two of three home invasions before resigning. He told investigators he was making a personal internal investigation into narcotics, Riley said.
Stephen Kenneth Olenchak
December 9, 2010
Stephen Olenchak reacts as he hears his bond has been set at $100,000, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010, at the Broward County Courthouse in Ft. Lauderdale. The former Davie Police officer was convicted last week of one count of sexual battery but could be headed for a retrial because of possible jury misconduct.FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. — A Davie police officer convicted last week of drugging and assaulting a family member was ordered released on $100,000 bond Tuesday until the court can determine whether he deserves a new trial based on possible jury misconduct. Broward Circuit Judge Stanton Kaplan also granted the defense attorney's request to question the six-member jury next week about whether any of them downloaded information about "rape trauma syndrome" from the Internet and brought it to the jury room during deliberations. After the verdict was read Thursday, a courtroom clerk checked the jury room and found printouts about sexual assault and "rape trauma syndrome" downloaded from the website Wikipedia. The printouts were not part of the evidence presented at trial.
The clerk immediately informed the judge, who then told the defense attorney and prosecutors. "I don't remember any of the lawyers talking about rape trauma syndrome," the judge said. "I told [the jurors] not to do any investigations on their own."
One of the officer's defense attorneys, says the court would likely grant the request for a new trial after both sides question the jurors next week. "He's in good spirits," he said of Stephen Olenchak. "He is confident he will get a new trial and that he will be acquitted."
Olenchak, 36, was arrested in March 2009 by Davie police on charges he drugged and raped a family member, then 19, while his wife and 4-year-old son slept next to them in the same bed. When he took the stand last week, Olenchak gave a strikingly different version of events, saying the young woman seduced him while he lay sleeping.
Jurors convicted Olenchak of a sexual battery charge concerning digital penetration and acquitted him of a charge concerning penile penetration.
During Tuesday's hearing, his attorney requested Olenchak be released on $5,000 bond. Assistant State Attorney Victoria Watson insisted on a much higher bond of $100,000, saying the officer could be considered a flight risk.
"Right now it's all speculation who printed those documents and if they even read them," Watson said. "If bond is granted, we would ask for $100,000 bond. He has been convicted. He's looking at up to 15 years in prison. His father has a pilot's license." At the prosecutor's request, Olenchak will be put on house arrest and wear an ankle monitor upon his release.
Olenchak's attorney argued the officer is not a flight risk. "He has no intention of going anywhere," his attorney said. "He wants to clear his name. He wants to clear his family's name."
Earlier, the judge asked Olenchak how he was doing. "I miss my family, your honor," said Olenchak, cuffed and wearing a red prison uniform. He smiled and glanced over at his parents, siblings and girlfriend, who kept close watch from the back of the courtroom. Olenchak's family declined to comment on Tuesday.
August 26, 2010
DAVIE — An attorney for a Davie police officer facing charges he raped a young woman while his wife slept in the same bed says he'll be ready for trial in the next month or two. Stephen Olenchak, an 11-year veteran with the Davie Police Department, has pleaded not guilty. "This has gone on long enough," his attorney told the media after a brief hearing on Thursday. "He's innocent of the crime he's accused of doing." Broward Circuit Judge Carlos Rodriguez set the next hearing for Sept. 16, 2010.
Davie officers arrested Olenchak in March 2009 on sexual assault charges. According to the arrest report, a woman told investigators that Olenchak (pictured left) brought his wife a drink before going to bed March 22, 2009. After his wife fell asleep, he brought the other woman something to drink, the report says.
Corrupt Justice™ is not naming the woman because she is the victim of an alleged sex crime. The report says Olenchak fondled and had intercourse with the woman, who said she did not consent and was not coherent enough to call out for help. Police said they investigated whether the drinks were spiked with drugs.
Olenchak, 36, was put on administrative leave without pay in May 2009. He will remain on leave pending the outcome of the case.
March 26, 2009
Update: March 29, 2008 - Officer Stephen Kenneth Olenchak, 34, was arrested for two counts of rape. According to the arrest report, the victim told investigators that Olenchak brought his wife a drink before going to bed on Sunday. When his wife fell asleep, he then brought the victim something to drink, according to the report.
It turns out the victim is a minor! Olenchak, 34, is a 12-year veteran of the Davie police force. He faces charges of sexual battery on a person over 12 years old. Davie Police spokesman Lt. Bill Coyne said police are investigating whether drugs were used in the drinks. According to the report, Olenchak then fondled and had intercourse with the victim, who said she did not consent and was not coherent enough to call out to Olenchak's wife for help.
According to an affidavit, Olenchak's wife told police that her husband had on several occasions fondled a girl in their home, once allegedly drugging her.
Original Post: March 28, 2009
DAVIE - A Davie police officer has been charged with two counts of rape for allegedly attacking a woman in bed while his wife lay asleep next to them, according to an arrest report released today. Officer Stephen Kenneth Olenchak, 34, was arrested Thursday and booked into the Broward County Main Jail. He has since been released on $10,000 bond.
Police spokesman Lt. Bill Coyne would not disclose any information about the victim, other than to say she is not a minor.
The victim told police that Olenchak encouraged her on Sunday to get in bed with him and his wife, saying, "I want you to sleep in my bed with me tonight."
According to the complaint, Olenchak got his wife a Crystal Light soft drink before bedtime, and she fell asleep "earlier than usual."
Olenchak then got the victim something to drink.
Coyne said police are investigating whether drugs were used in the drinks.
The victim said that while the sexual assault was taking place, Olenchak's wife got up and went to the bathroom, but she "looked like a zombie," the report states.
Investigators talked to the victim and Olenchak's wife on Thursday, then arrested Olenchak.
Olenchak, who has been with the police department 11 years, is on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
March 24, 2009
FAIRVIEW, Okla. - (AP Wire) A former western Oklahoma sheriff was sentenced to 79 years in prison Tuesday (March 24, 2009) for using his power over female drug court defendants to force them to have sex with him. Former Custer County Sheriff Mike Burgess, 56, apologized to two victims but maintained that he was innocent of allegations that he had also abused others. Defense attorney Steve Huddleston described the sentence as "way too harsh" and said an appeal is planned.
A jury in Major County — where the case was moved because of pretrial publicity — found Burgess guilty in January of 13 felony counts, including five counts of second-degree rape. But jurors acquitted him of 23 other counts, including second-degree rape, forcible sodomy and rape by instrumentation.
Prosecutors alleged that Burgess (pictured left) sexually abused inmates and drug court defendants; he had been a member of a team controlling a drug court. Several female offenders testified that they feared they would be sent to prison if they did not provide sexual favors to him. Burgess was convicted of rape charges involving two female drug court defendants, one of whom alleged that he had sex with her on multiple occasions at a motel. Burgess was convicted of sexually assaulting her in his car after arresting her on a drug violation, but he was acquitted of the charges related to the motel incidents.
The jury that convicted Burgess had recommended a sentence of 94 years.
"I think it was harsh in the sense that he won 23 of the 36 counts," Huddleston said. "It's basically a life sentence. I don't think it calls for a life sentence," he said.
Besides the rape counts, Burgess was convicted of three counts of bribery by a public official, two counts of forcible sodomy and one count each of kidnapping, sexual battery and engaging in a pattern of criminal offenses. The sexual battery conviction involved a female former sheriff's deputy he was accused of groping. Burgess also was fined $15,000.
Special prosecutor Mike Boring said he was satisfied with the sentence but regretted not obtaining convictions on the other counts.
"In the long run we're satisfied," Boring said. "The clear message is that if somebody chooses to engage themselves to act in a capacity with the public, they take on the incumbent responsibility to engage in that public service with duty, integrity and honesty, to do what is right to those over whom they have charge."
Under state law, an inmate cannot legally consent to sexual relations with a jailer or anyone else who controls the conditions of the prisoner's confinement. But Huddleston contended that drug court defendants were controlled by a judge, not Burgess, and that the women were hoping a verdict against Burgess in criminal court would lead to a payday for them in a civil case.
Allegations against Burgess surfaced after a federal lawsuit was filed against him on behalf of 12 former jail inmates in 2007. It alleged that sheriff's employees had inmates engage in wet T-shirt contests and offered cigarettes to those who would flash their breasts.
The plaintiffs' attorney, Greg Williams of Tulsa, said completion of the criminal case will allow the lawsuit to move forward.
Lt. Thomas A. Healy Jr.
Posted May 18, 2010 @ 05:20 AM
BOSTON — A former Suffolk County jail guard accused of groping a female inmate in 2008 will spend no time behind bars after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors. Lt. Thomas A. Healy Jr., 43, of Quincy (pictured below) pleaded guilty to a charge of assault and battery, instead of a charge of having sexual relations with a prisoner, a felony punishable by five years in prison.
Suffolk Superior Court Judge Thomas E. Connolly sentenced Healy to two years of probation and 100 hours of community service, and ordered him to write a letter outlining the incident. The letter will be used for training corrections officers, said Jake Wark, spokesman for the Suffolk County district attorney. Healy’s trial had been scheduled to start Monday. He pleaded guilty May 3, 2010.
Healy, a 17-year sheriff’s department veteran, was initially charged with rape. A grand jury later concluded he groped the inmate, but it found no evidence of forcible sex. The incident occurred Nov. 12 in a medical unit of the Suffolk County jail in Boston.
Prosecutors said a male inmate told prison officials he saw Healy make “inappropriate contact” with the woman, prompting an investigation by Boston police. “The surveillance shows him putting his hands down the inmate’s shirt and fondling her chest,” Assistant District Attorney Holly Broadbent said in a statement.
Healy’s attorney could not be reached Monday. Healy was suspended without pay after the incident and faced a disciplinary hearing. A sheriff’s spokesman said Monday that Healy no longer works for the department.
March 16, 2009
BOSTON — District Attorney Daniel F. Conley announced today that a corrections officer from Quincy was scheduled to be arraigned today on charges he raped a female prisoner. Prosecutors contend that Healy, 42, groped and raped a woman in her cell at the Suffolk County Jail.
Conley said. “It’s a shameful abuse of authority and will be punished as such.”
“This was an investigation initiated by the Sheriff’s Investigative Division,” Assistant District Attorney Holly Broadbent, told Clerk Magistrate Connie Wong of the probe that led to Healy’s arrest. Broadbent said members of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department “received information from a male inmate that had seen inappropriate contact between the defendant and a female inmate.”
Lt. Thomas A. Healy Jr., (pictured left) who has worked for the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department for the past 17 years, was indicted last month for an incident that allegedly happened last Nov. 12, 2008. At the time of the incident, Healy was assigned to the House of Correction’s medical unit, where male and female prisoners were housed. After learning of the allegations, Broadbent said, Sheriff’s investigators pulled surveillance recordings of that unit.
“That video surveillance reflects that the defendant had inappropriate sexual contact with the female inmate,” she continued. “The surveillance shows him putting his hands down the inmate’s shirt and fondling her chest.”
Healy was suspended without pay. Healy was arrested by Boston Police on Nov. 25, 2008 and arraigned in Roxbury District Court the same day. The Feb. 26, 2009 indictment moves his case to Superior Court, where it will be adjudicated.
Healy will return to court on April 29, 2009. His trial was tentatively scheduled for Dec. 15, 2009. He is represented by attorney Frank O’Brien. Defense attorney Stephen Pfaff said in November that Healy was looking forward to his day in court.
Lieutenant THOMAS HEALY, Jr. (D.O.B. 12/31/66), of Quincy is charged with having sexual relations with an inmate – a felony punishable by up to five years in prison – on Nov. 12, 2008.
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