TULSA, Oklahoma -
Tulsa Police's Most Wanted Suspect is a 22-year-old woman accused of human trafficking, lewd molestation, child pornography, forcible sodomy and drug-related complaints. Police are looking for Sarah Jayne Garland on those and other charges.
According to an affidavit of probable cause dated March 15, 2017, Garland was arrested after Tulsa Police found videos of her, a woman named Misty Hayes and a 15-year-old girl having sex. The videos were on Hayes' cell phone, records show.
Police interviewed the juvenile female who told them Garland was grooming her for prostitution, driving her around for that purpose and holding money for her, court documents show. The girl also told police Garland told her to have sex with a man in a hotel room, the affidavit states.
Garland received a deferred sentence in 2015 for possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia after a Broken Arrow arrest in 2015. The deferred sentence was for two years, but Garland did not meet the terms of the sentencing, and a warrant was later sworn out for her arrest.
She was also charged in March 2017, with removing a court-ordered electronic monitoring device.
When arrested, she will be held without bond.
Tulsa's Most Wanted Is Woman Accused Of Human Trafficking, Molestation Apr 03, 2017 DEE DUREN, NEWSON6.COM
PORT ANGELES — A court hearing for a Port Angeles woman charged with child rape and animal cruelty has been delayed for the third time in five weeks because of a pending psychiatric report.
Deanna Marie Wilson’s resolve or reset hearing was rescheduled for April 7 in Clallam County Superior Court on Friday.
Port Angeles police alleged that Wilson raped a 15-year-old boy and had sexual contact with her pet dog last year and photographed the crimes with her cellphone.
Wilson, 41, has pleaded not guilty to third-degree child rape, four counts of first-degree animal cruelty, possession of and dealing in depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct and furnishing liquor to minors.
She remained Saturday in the Clallam County jail on $100,000 bail.
Wilson was evaluated by a Seattle psychiatrist in early January, courts papers said.
Court hearings that were scheduled for Feb. 10, March 3 and Friday were delayed because Wilson’s attorney had not yet received the results of the psychiatric report.
Wilson signed a waiver of speedy trial Feb. 10. That waiver will expire May 31.
Hearing for woman charged with child rape, animal cruelty delayed
PENINSULA DAILY NEWS
Mar 19th, 2017
CANTON — A Massena woman has been named as a codefendant in a 53-count indictment in connection to rape and predatory sexual assault of children.
Mackenzie Bailey, 21, Massena, pleaded not guilty Tuesday afternoon to the unsealed indictment charging her with three counts of first-degree rape, three counts of first-degree criminal sexual act, one count of third-degree rape and one count of first-degree sexual abuse.
It is charged that on Aug. 29, 2014 in St. Lawrence County, Bailey engaged in oral sexual conduct on two separate occasions and sexual intercourse on three separate occasions with a 15-year-old, all by forcible compulsion. It is also charged that on March 6, 2016 in St. Lawrence County, Bailey had sexual contact with a 16-year-old child and, on the same day, engaged in oral sexual conduct with a second 16-year-old child, with both instances being by forcible compulsion.
Bailey, who appeared in court in a pair of tan prison-issued scrubs and shackles, had a tattoo on her left forearm bearing her codefendant’s name: “Stacey.”
On March 8, Stacey J. LaPorte Jr., 26, an inmate at Oneida County jail, formerly of Massena, pleaded not guilty to the 53 counts he was charged with in the 28-page indictment to include three counts of predatory sexual assault against a child and one count of predatory sexual assault — both A-II felonies — 10 counts of first-degree rape, one count of second-degree rape, six counts of third-degree rape, seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual act, seven counts of third-degree criminal sexual act, three counts of first-degree sexual abuse, two counts of attempted first-degree criminal sexual act and five counts of misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child.
Both Bailey and LaPorte have been indicted on federal charges of conspiring to, and being engaged in, the sexual exploitation of minors.
On March 16, Bailey pleaded guilty to each charge in the federal indictment charging her with conspiracy to sexually exploit a minor child born in 2014 from infancy to age 2 and two counts of sexually exploiting that child on two specific dates in 2016. In addition, LaPorte is charged with a fourth count relating to his exploitation of two children — one born in 2003, the other in 1999 — on a specific date in 2016.
On the federal charges, Bailey faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years and a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison on each count. If charged consecutively, she faces up to 90 years in prison. She also faces a fine of up to $250,000 and a term of supervised release of at least five years and up to life, as well as registration as a sex offender.
Following the arraignment, District Attorney Mary E. Rain had an in-chamber conference regarding the case with County Court Judge Derek P. Champagne, Bailey’s Syracuse attorney Kimberley M. Zimmer and Assistant U.S. Attorney Lisa M. Fletcher, who is prosecuting the case federally and who sat in the courtroom throughout the arraignment.
Following the conference, Judge Champagne sent Bailey back to St. Lawrence County jail on $100,000 cash or $200,000 bond.
Massena woman named in 53-count child-rape case, pleads guilty in federal court to sexually exploiting infant W.T. ECKERT MARCH 28, 2017
Una madre sposata è stata condannata a 7 anni di reclusione per aver fatto sesso con un gruppo di scolari minorenni al termine di uno spogliarello.
Amanda Tompkins, 39enne inglese, ha invitato i ragazzi a casa sua i ragazzini offrendo loro alcol e droga. In quella che lei stessa voleva fosse una “casa del divertimento” si è lasciata andare a sesso orale e rapporti completi, con tanto di presunta gravidanza e conseguente decisione di voler abortire.
La Tompkins è stata condannata per 10 capi d’imputazione per abusi fisici e sessuali nei confronti di ragazzini di età compresa tra i 13 e 15 anni. Il giudice che l’ha condannata non ha usato parole dolci nell’emettere la sentenza: “Lei è colpevole di diversi reati legati all’abuso sessuale di minori. Era preparata ad abusare di ognuno di loro soltanto per la propria gratificazione sessuale, semplicemente aveva un desiderio senza fine, niente era mai abbastanza.
Il suo stato di ebbrezza inoltre è stato di pessimo esempio per i suoi tre figli e attesta quanto lei sia una madre terribile. Ha abusato di minori anche quando i suoi due figli più piccoli erano in casa”. La donna si è dichiarata colpevole di sette capi d’accusa per abuso su minori, di uno per tentato abuso di minore, uno per tentata violenza sessuale su minore e uno di per aver tentato di fare sesso con un minore in vista di un processo. La Tompkins è apparsa in aula traminte un collegamento video e ha raccontato di aver lasciato gli adolescenti liberi di bere alcol e fumare cannabis in casa sua, prima di fare uno spogliarello e avere rapporti sessuali con loro.