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A Cumberland County woman is facing charges after authorities say she sexually assaulted a minor who was earlier identified as the victim abused during "furry" parties in Bucks County.
Paige Wren Tasker, 27, of Mechanicsburg, was taken into custody and transported to Monroe County, where she has been preliminarily arraigned on charges of statutory sexual assault, corruption of minors, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and indecent assault, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Sunday.
Investigators with the Attorney General's Child Predator Section say Tasker on more than one occasion performed a sex act on the 14-year-old boy. Investigators in recent months have learned the same boy was sexually abused years earlier at "furry" parties where adults dressed as animals.
"In January, we made a promise when we first filed charges against predators that this investigation would continue as long as it takes," Shapiro said. "The hard work of the agents and attorneys in our Child Predator Section, working closely with other law enforcement partners, led to this latest arrest. This is a deeply disturbing case, and we care about this victim and every victim of sexual abuse."
Investigators say Tasker had a brief relationship with David Parker, who was earlier charged in this investigation with child rape, possession of child pornography and related charges.
In 2015, Tasker traveled to visit Parker in Saylorsburg in Monroe County, and during the visit, she slept in the victim's bed and sexually assaulted him, according to the Attorney General's Office.
Tasker's bail was set at $250,000 cash, and she being held at Monroe County Prison. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for May 22.
Tasker is the sixth person arrested so far in the ongoing investigation of a ring of child sexual predators, some of whom dressed as animals at furry parties where the abuse took place.
Last week, one of the defendants, Kenneth C. Fenske, 57, of Quakertown, was held for trial on charges of child rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors and unlawful contact with a minor, according to investigators. 
Suspected child predators can be reported to the Office of Attorney General by calling the Child Predator Hotline at 1-800-385-1044. Individuals who suspect an online predator or abuse can also send anonymous tips by texting PAKIDS + YOUR TIP to 847411.

Woman accused of sexually assaulting teen who was already victim of 'furry' parties: Attorney General Steve Marroni May 14, 2017

A woman convicted of sex crimes with children in Pawnee County now is wanted by authorities for failing to register as an offender. 

Court documents also show she recently was accused of child abuse by injury in Craig County, and her boyfriend’s son told deputies he had been touched inappropriately.
Law enforcement officials say 35-year-old Kaylynn Meyer (aka Kaylynn Berg, Kaylynn Boling) has been living in Craig County without proper notification of her move.
We first reported on Meyer in 2013, when she and her husband, David Ray Meyer Jr., were convicted in Pawnee County after being extradited from Nebraska. The couple fled to that state in September 2012 and were arrested by U.S. Marshals and a fugitive task force in Wahoo, Nebraska in February 2013.
Officials said during the trial that David Meyer molested the children while Kaylynn Meyer was present and allowed it to take place.
The biological father of the children reported the abuse to the Department of Human Services. In July 2012, on a referral from DHS, the matter was originally investigated by Cleveland Police Chief Clint Stout, who, at that time, was a Pawnee County sheriff’s deputy. Stout told the American he reviewed videos of interviews conducted with the children by the Child Abuse Network in Tulsa. Stout’s report states that in one alleged incident, the 6 year old told the interviewer her mother watched and encouraged the sexual abuse.
Kaylynn Meyer pleaded no contest to enabling child sexual abuse and was given a 15-year sentence with all but six months suspended. She also served time in prison for forgery in a separate incident.
According to documents filed in October 2016, PCSO received multiple complaints regarding Kaylynn Meyer, but she had been under investigation since June.
Pawnee County reports were that she had “unauthorized children living in her home with her to include her own children who were victims of her original offense,” an affidavit says. “Other reports were of her being away from her registered address for longer than three consecutive days.”
The affidavit says Kaylynn Meyer came to the Pawnee County Sheriff’s Office on July 13, 2016 in an attempt to update her sex offender registration. A deputy read her Miranda rights and asked her to fill out a statement regarding her living situation, the document says.

Sex offender vanishes as more abuse allegations surface Brandi Ball May 17, 2017

A teenage girl who posed as younger boys to take sexual advantage of underage girls was today jailed for more than nine years.

Chantelle Johnson, 19, spun a bizarre and elaborate web of deception inventing seven fictional characters to con three younger schoolgirls.

She invented a bogus family with a fake child's funeral and a dying father in the complex subterfuge, a court heard. 

Her crimes came to light when the suspicious mother of one of the girls, who had seemingly been communicating with a boy of her age, uncovered her lies.

To her horror, she discovered the boy did not exist and it was in fact Johnson, from Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire.

Johnson was several years older than her child and she was able to lure the girl with compliments on social media before turning to sexual talk. 

She made sexual suggestions but the girl said she was too young, Teesside Crown Court was told. 

Johnson was disguised as a boy when she met the girl and never showed her full face - claiming tot wear a tightly-fastened hood because of a head injury.
On another occasion, the defendant faked an asthma attack to avoid the mum's challenge to take off her hood.

She also contacted the girl as herself saying the non-existent boy was 'head over heels' for her, drawing the young victim in further.

They met repeatedly, kissed and took part in sexual activity. She concocted a second fictitious boy who messaged another girl, persuading her to send pictures of her in underwear.

Meetings were arranged with that phantom boy but he never turned up.

A third fake persona was created to send more messages to the second girl as Johnson manipulated the victims.

She claimed the first fake boy had an eight-year-old sister who had died of a heart complaint and invited the girls to the funeral.

Paul Cleasby, prosecuting, said: 'The whole scenario was made up. No death had occurred and no funeral took place.' 

She created a fourth character, said to be the father of that boy, to encourage liaisons.

Johnson later claimed the father was seriously ill and had hours to live. She fabricated three more false profiles, also claiming to be the boy's family members, to bolster the intricate fraud.

It emerged Johnson had sexually abused a third girl, this time as herself, kissing and touching her and persuading her to take part in sexual activity online.

She used one of the false personas to gain the girl's trust in a 'sophisticated grooming process', the court heard. 

Even after she was banned from seeing the girl, she hung around her school to speak to her.

Johnson told police she did it because she was lonely and made up the profiles to make the girls feel sorry for her.

She left a snapped SIM card in the back of a police car in an attempt to destroy evidence.

Johnson admitted 12 charges of meeting girls following sexual grooming, causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, sexual assault, causing a girl to be involved in pornography and perverting the course of justice.

Michele Turner, defending, said: 'Chantelle is not an average and normal 19-year-old girl. 'She is socially isolated, exceptionally immature and vulnerable in her own right.'

She said Johnson's actions were 'childlike', easily detected, and inappropriate, but Johnson believed they were loving and did not understand the consequences. 

Ms Turner added Johnson was 'exceptionally challenged' with a very low IQ and a very troubled start in life where she was 'pushed from pillar to post'.

A psychologist's report said Johnson's lack of empathy and selfishness could explain her behaviour.

Judge Howard Crowson said this was 'rather worrying', given Johnson's 'clear ability to manipulate and construct plausible lies' as she exploited and corrupted girls.

He told her: 'I consider this was deliberate, well planned, targeted abuse of young girls.'

He sent her to a young offenders' institution for nine years and four months with a year's extended supervision.

She was given a sexual harm prevention order governing her contact with under-16s and internet use, and will be on the sex offenders' register, both indefinitely. 

Ragazza, 19, si finge un 13enne per abusare di minorenni: arrestata 20 maggio 2017

Jerrica Ann Renee Lackey, 29, was booked into the Tulsa Jail about 6:20 p.m. Monday on five counts of sexually abusing a child under the age of 12. The charges were filed earlier in the day.
Investigators allege that Lackey had been sexually abusing the infant and recording the acts on video to send to her boyfriend in Florida, Tulsa County Assistant District Attorney Sarah McAmis said.
Some of the videos were found on the woman's phone, McAmis said.
Police on Tuesday accused a Greensburg woman of raping her foster child "hundreds" of times between 2009 and 2013 when he lived with her, according to court documents.

Woman accused of sex crimes against foster child 24 maggio 2017

Joelle M. Barozzini, 46, is accused of sexually assaulting the boy, then a teen, at her home and at a hotel where the pair stayed to visit his father in a state prison, police said.
Greensburg police Detective Sgt. John Swank said he is trying to locate other children who were fostered by Barozzini.
"The investigation is ongoing with everything," Swank said. "This is just the first part of it."
When reached by phone, Barozzini declined to comment.
The police affidavit Swank filed indicates a former Greene County Children & Youth Services caseworker who in February 2012 reported suspicions about sexual assault to a Pressley Ridge employee was reprimanded and removed from Barozzini's case. Employees at both agencies told investigators that they considered the caseworker's 2012 report to be "gossip," according to the affidavit.
No report was made to ChildLine, Swank said. Foster children continued to be placed in the care of Barozzini, who was employed by Pressley Ridge at the time. Her home was considered a community residential rehabilitation therapeutic foster home in 2009. She was placed on administrative leave when the allegations surfaced, police said.
"At this point, there's no other charges ... but the investigation is ongoing," Swank said.
Investigators found out about the suspected abuse from a November 2016 ChildLine report made by a state trooper who "self-initiated" a conversation with the alleged victim, now 24. During a later interview, the man told Swank that "Barozzini continued to have sex with him for years" after an initial encounter in fall 2009, sometimes while her then-husband and children were in other rooms of the house, according to the complaint.
The victim and witnesses told Swank that the relationship between the two seemed to be more of a boyfriend-girlfriend situation than that of a mother-son. Barozzini made a fictitious Facebook profile of the boy's purported girlfriend, texted him naked photographs of herself and bought him expensive things, according to statements to police.
When he was moving out in 2013, Barozzini "threw herself on her bed and began throwing a tantrum," caseworkers told police. In 2015, she emailed his father in an attempt to locate him, according to the complaint.
After the 2012 suspected abuse report was not forwarded to ChildLine, emails obtained by Swank indicate that Barozzini "requested a formal retraction from the county" because the report was affecting her job, police said.
Barozzini is charged with rape, institutional sexual assault, corruption of minors and child endangerment. Police expected her to surrender Wednesday morning for arraignment.

Greensburg woman accused of raping foster child RENATTA SIGNORINI  May 23, 2017

OVERFIELD TOWNSHIP -- Marion Keithline is charged with endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors, and reckless endangerment.
State police say she allowed a known sex offender to abuse a child between June of 2015 and July of 2016.
Troopers say the young girl was abused at a home in Overfield Township, Wyoming County.
"It makes me sick. It really makes me sick. There's nothing else to say,” said Lisa Haraschak of Overfield Township.
Investigators say Keithline was in a relationship with Eric Popejoy, a registered sex offender.
Keithline's landlord says he's glad she's now behind bars.
"My thoughts are she got what she deserved. She's been nothing but a pain in the butt for me. We just had her evicted recently because of not paying her rent and all other kinds of circumstances that have been going on and it's a blessing that we finally got her out of here,” said Darryl Benedict of Overfield Township.
In February, state police arrested Popejoy on charges including child rape.
According to court papers, the young victim told Keithline and others that Popejoy had raped her, but no one helped.
Those documents also say that Popejoy and Keithline used Craigslist to advertise for sex partners and the two would host orgies at the home while the child was present.
"Almost every night there was a different vehicle there and half the time she didn't come home,” said Benedict.
Neighbors say when they learned Popejoy was a sex offender, they watched him closely.
"We watched the kids like crazy, didn't let them outside to play by themselves. It was hard. It was really hard. My grandkids are here all the time," said Haraschak.
As for the young girl, police say Popejoy and Keithline won't be allowed to see her.
"She was alone a lot. We took her to church on Wednesday nights with us so she could get a little more group and a little more education on that behalf, and she was over here a lot of afternoons and spent time with my wife because she was not taken care of over there," said Benedict.
Keithline is behind bars in Wyoming County on $15,000 bail.
Popejoy is locked up in Wyoming County on $1 million bail.

Woman Charged with Allowing Sexual Assault of Child MAY 22, 2017 SARAH BUYNOVSKY

PORT ANGELES — A Port Angeles woman charged with child rape and animal abuse has accepted a plea offer, Clallam County Superior Court records show.
Deanna Marie Wilson, 41, is charged with 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 is expected to plead guilty to lesser charges at her next court appearance at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Port Angeles police said Wilson raped a 15-year-old boy after providing alcohol to a group of minors last October and had sexual contact with her pet dog twice last year. She was alleged to have taken photographs of the crimes with her cellphone.
Defense attorney John Black and Clallam County Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Michele Devlin agreed Friday that a pre-sentencing investigation would be needed.

Wilson was arrested last October. She is being held in the Clallam County jail on $100,000 bail.

A former juvenile justice centre officer charged with historical child sexual abuse has been granted bail in a Sydney court.

Katherine Asiminaris, 43, appeared in Campbelltown Local Court on Tuesday charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault against a juvenile inmate at an Airds detention centre between 1996 and 1997.

The allegations were raised in the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse and Asiminaris, whose lawyer said she would fight the charges, was granted conditional bail to reappear on July 19.
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