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sabato 8 luglio 2017


JOLIET — A woman charged with sexual abuse of an underage boy as part of a sex cult ritual orchestrated by her octogenarian newspaper reporter boyfriend has languished in the court system for nearly five years.
Margarita Hernandez, 37, a former Troy Township Democratic committeewoman, was arrested in October 2012 after her boyfriend, 81-year-old John Gabriel, came under investigation by the FBI for teen sex videos made at their home.
Gabriel, a retired journalist for The Times Weekly and Weekly Reporter, recorded sexual activities of Hernandez and others, which he claimed was a religious ritual, according to court files.
An email Gabriel sent a 17-year-old girl said if “participants had sex with troubled young boys then they were assisting in training the boys in better behavior, and to fight the devil,” according to the U.S Attorney’s Office.
“In addition, according to these emails, each time a participant had sex with a troubled boy, a wealthy benefactor would purchase guide dogs for the blind and fund children’s wings for hospitals,” court files stated.
Will County prosecutors have said video was seized of Hernandez having sex with two boys who appear younger than 18.
Hernandez is free on bond. She and Gabriel were living together on Monmouth Drive in Joliet at the time of her arrest.
Gabriel was convicted in 2015 of manufacturing child pornography for making videos showing Hernandez having sex with teenage boys. He was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison.
State’s Attorney Spokesman Charles B. Pelkie said the office is in the process of determining who will be assigned the cases Connor was handling, including the one involving Hernandez. He said Connor had a dozen active cases, including four murder cases.
“They’ll move into various prosecutors' hands in the course of the next couple of weeks,” Pelkie said. 
Since Hernandez’s arrest in 2012, the case has yet to go trial. The case was scheduled for jury trial at least twice, according to court records. 
Pelkie said the case is still moving forward and that there were many pretrial issues that needed to be addressed, and that Connor was addressing them. Pelkie said he couldn’t be more specific. 
One of Hernandez's lawyers, Steven Landis, said important evidence in the case had been withheld by the federal government. He only gained access to the evidence after Gabriel's federal case was finished. Hernandez is being represented by Landis and attorney Daniel Locallo.
"There was a lot to this case and it's still going on," Landis said.
Landis said he consulted with an expert who was working with Hernandez and he is waiting for the expert to submit a report. Landis said he couldn’t say more about the expert or the report. 
Landis said he didn’t think Connor’s absence from the case would affect the speed of it.
“I think that there are many capable state’s attorneys in (James Glasgow’s) office and I’m sure one of them will be assigned to the case,” Landis said.

Sex cult abuse case postponed again, prosecutor now a state rep FELIX SARVER June 26 2017

FARMINGTON — The young girl stood at the microphone Friday in Franklin County Superior Court, flanked by nearly 20 family members and friends, leather-vested bikers, young and older women among them.
Only 13, she was facing a woman who had once been a close family friend and now was preparing to be sentenced for her role in abusing the girl sexually over nearly a year. Her statement in hand, the girl spoke to the courtroom in a low but steady voice.
“When I first met Tami, I liked her and never thought she would do something like this,” she said. “I thought of her like family.”
“When Tami goes to jail, I won’t worry about her coming to my house,” she continued. “I could know that she won’t do this again and I would finally be able to know I can sleep at night without being scared of being in the dark.”
Tami Dalot, formerly Ouellette, pleaded no contest earlier this month to a charge of unlawful sexual contact in a plea agreement that saw prosecutors dismiss two other felony charges of gross sexual assault and visual sexual aggression against a child. As the girl spoke, Dalot, 44, turned and watched but registered no expression on her face.
Dalot and her accomplices, former husband Jamie Ouellette and his girlfriend, Anna LaRochelle, were charged originally in February 2015 after an investigation by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office found evidence the trio had molested the girl sexually and forced her to watch them have sex, according to an affidavit written by Franklin County Detective Kenneth Charles.
The Morning Sentinel does not disclose the names of victims of sexual abuse without their permission.
Ouellette and LaRochelle entered Alford pleas in September, not admitting guilt but conceding that the evidence against them probably would lead to conviction. Franklin County prosecutors dismissed lesser charges against Dalot in order to bring the more serious charges before a grand jury, her attorney said.
Justice Robert Mullen presided at Friday’s hearing and, hearing arguments from assistant district attorney Claire Andrews, sentenced Dalot to the agreed-upon sentence of six years in prison with all but two years and six months suspended.
Dalot also will serve seven years of probation with conditions including no contact with children under the age of 18 without the permission of her parole officer and her sex offender counselor, no contact with the victim or her family, no possessing or viewing sexually explicit material and no loitering in areas primarily frequented by children, such as parks, fairgrounds or schools. She will be subject to random searches to ensure her compliance and also will be required to register as a lifetime sex offender.
In addition, Dalot pleaded guilty to three counts of violating the conditions of her release for continuing to have contact with Ouellette after she was released on bail. She was sentenced to a year for each charge, to be served concurrently with her other sentence.
Andrews explained that Dalot’s sentence matched that of LaRochelle. Knowing a judge probably would provide a similar sentence to those given to Dalot’s accomplices, the district attorney’s office opted to enter into a plea agreement and spare the girl the trauma of testifying at a trial. The girl chose to be present, however, at both of the sentencing hearings.
Before handing down his sentence, Mullen spoke to the victim and praised her for her bravery. He said he hoped, with the resolution of the last of the three cases, that the victim could begin to move on.
“You still have time to be a kid, and you still have time to be a teenager,” Mullen said. “I can’t undo what was done, but you’ve showed a lot of courage in coming in here today, writing this statement and coming in and standing up in an open forum and telling me and telling the defendant the impact that this had on you.”
Melanie Tyler, 38, the girl’s mother, said she was relieved to have the cases resolved.
“She can go back to living,” she said of her daughter. Asked about the group of friends and family who had joined them, Tyler said she wanted her daughter to feel safe when she gave her statement.
“She needs to feel she’s worth it,” said Amanda Fetterhoff, a family friend.
Both women said they once had called Dalot a friend and were furious about her refusal to apologize. They said they were grateful to Mullen for his comments assuring the girl she bore no responsibility for what happened to her.
“I loved what he said to her. I wanted to hug him,” Tyler said.

Wilton woman sentenced in child sexual abuse case KATE MCCORMICK  June 30 2017

A Florida woman has been arrested after she raped and had a sexual relationship with an 11-year-old boy starting in 2014 and getting pregnant as a result.
Marissa A. Mowry, 25, was arrested by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and taken to the county’s jail, Fox 13 reported.
Mowry reportedly started a sexual relationship with an 11-year-old boy in 2014 when she was 22, police said, adding that the relationship went on until the boy was 14.
In October 2014, Mowry gave birth to a child who is now 3, deputies said.
Mowry is facing sexual battery and sexual assault charges. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office Child Protective Division is also investigating the incident, WFLA added.
The child has been put in a home with a responsible adult as the investigation proceeds, deputies said.
A woman was arrested in Aiken earlier this month who was wanted on multiple child sex charges in New Hanover County, North Carolina.

Cynthia Haight, 47, was arrested on June 14 by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office and held for transport to New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office where she was wanted, according to jail records.

She was extradited back to North Carolina on June 19, where she was charged with four counts of first degree sexual offense of a child; two counts of first degree rape of a child; four counts of indecent liberties with a child; and two counts of incest with a child less than 13 years old but greater than or equal to 4 years old, according to the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office website.
Haight has a bond of $750,000 and is currently waiting for trial, according to the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office.
A mother of two boys who received sexually explicit videos from a Kennewick teacher said she doesn’t know how to protect her kids if they’re not safe at school.
The woman, facing Tonie Ann Reiboldt in court Wednesday, said the younger of the two boys “experienced something that he wasn’t supposed to experience” when the teacher went beyond the pictures and videos and raped him.
“As a parent you tell your kids, ‘Be open. You’re supposed to be open. You’re supposed to trust your teachers. Your teachers are there for help,’” the mother said while choking back tears. “And I can’t even say that anymore … because their teacher hurt them.”
Reiboldt, 44, sobbed and nodded her head along with the mother’s comments during the Benton County Superior Court hearing. She was a physical education teacher at Horse Heaven Hills Middle School when the allegations first came to light a year ago.
On Wednesday, she was ordered to serve 1 1/2 years in prison under a Special Sex Offender Sentencing Alternative. She will be required to get treatment while locked up.
The sentence includes a 3 1/2 -year suspended term. If she violates any of her conditions during that time, the deal will be revoked and she’ll be ordered to serve the rest of the sentence.
Judge Bruce Spanner said he initially found it difficult to reconcile a special sentencing request with a violation of a position of trust. He read both a presentencing report and a sex offender evaluation and agreed with the conclusion that Reiboldt is amenable to treatment.
“What I found in there is you were emotionally fragile at the time of these events, you have a low risk for re-offending and it appears to me that your remorse is genuine,” Spanner said.
He was persuaded to grant the special sentence because if Reiboldt is successful in sex offender treatment, then the public will be safe not only for the five years of her term, but after when she’s no longer on supervision, he said.
Reiboldt pleaded guilty in May to third-degree child rape and three felony counts of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes. Each count included the aggravating circumstance that she used her position of trust to commit the crime.
She had no criminal history. The standard range for the rape is five years.
Reiboldt caught the attention of Kennewick investigators in June 2016 after a sexually explicit video was sent to underage kids through the social media app Snapchat. Police then discovered the woman in the video was Reiboldt.
One of the teens who received the video said Reiboldt was his teacher, while other students said they knew of her at school. All four identified victims were under 16.
Reiboldt’s explicit communications with the boys lasted up to 10 months. She had asked them to send her their own nude pictures, court documents said.
She also tried to meet up with at least two of them to have sex. One teen refused and another teen said he made up an excuse to get out of it as Reiboldt waited at a park near his home, documents said.
Reiboldt used her own son’s Snapchat account to get the contact information of his friend, a reported victim.
It wasn’t until a follow-up interview with police and prosecutors in January that one of the teens disclosed more details about his contact with Reiboldt and said they had sex, documents said.
The mother of the two boys said she had conversations with Reiboldt while all this was happening, and didn’t know a thing.
Her sons are like most teens and they don’t always share everything with their parents, but they’re strong and will do well in the future, she added.
“I really hope you get the help that you need so you don’t hurt anybody else’s kids, because what would you have done if something happened to your kids?” the mother said. “I just pray for you and hope that you get better, and you accept what’s given to you.”
Reiboldt got divorced while her case was pending and has been limited to supervised visits with her own two sons. She was living with her father in Spokane until she was taken into custody after her guilty plea.
“I want to say that I’ll forever be sorry for the pain and the disappointment I caused the victims and their families, my family and friends, and my students who looked up to me,” Reiboldt said Wednesday.
“I’ve always tried to lead my life as a leader with a kind heart. … I failed, and I’m so ashamed and embarrassed of my actions and I take full responsibility for my wicked ways.”
Reiboldt said she wishes there was more she could do to make it right for the victims. She has welcomed Jesus into her life and been going to counseling for the past year, and looks forward to further treatment that will help her figure out why she preyed on the students.
“Before my dad passed away last month, I promised him that I would stay strong and that I would face my consequences one day at a time,” she said. “My heart hurts for the pain I caused. … I will forever be sorry, but I will continue to pray for forgiveness.”
Reiboldt had been with the Kennewick School District since 1997. Her jobs included working as a substitute teacher, the head gymnastics coach at Southridge High, and a math teacher, assistant track coach, assistant volleyball coach and assistant dance coach at Horse Heaven Hills.
She resigned in July 2016.

DECATUR – A Decatur woman is facing charges that she sexually abused a 16-year-old boy while she was a guest in his home.
Rebecca M. Wilhelm, 28, is being held at the Macon County Jail and appeared in Macon County Circuit Court on Wednesday where her lawyer, chief public defender Rodney Forbes, asked for the case to be continued. Wilhelm had been formally arraigned June 13 on three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
Forbes could not be reached for comment later Wednesday. Wilhelm has not yet entered a plea to the charges.
A sworn affidavit by Detective Jamie Wrigley said the victim's mother had filed a report alleging the abuse on April 23, the day after she said her son had told her he “was raped” by Wilhelm who had been staying at the family home.
Wrigley said the boy had later been interviewed and said he had stayed up until the early morning hours in his upstairs bedroom to watch a movie with Wilhelm. “He described Rebecca pushing him down on the bed and ripping his loose-fitting pants and underwear off ... he advised when Rebecca pushed him down it caused some scratches to his side,” Wrigley said.
Wilhelm is then said to have forced herself on the boy to have intercourse with him. The boy showed police bite marks on his chest which he said were inflicted by Wilhelm.
“(He) was asked how he was not able to get Rebecca off of him due to him appearing to be able to overpower her,” Wrigley said in the affidavit. “(He) stated he does not have much muscle mass and would not hit a girl.”
Wrigley wrote that Wilhelm initially denied having “any sort of sexual encounter” with the boy. Later, the affidavit said, she admitted performing a sex act on him but continued to deny they had intercourse.
“It should be noted: During the interview Rebecca commented on how she believed (the boy) was 15 years of age even though he was 16 years of age,” Wrigley added.
Wilhelm will remain jailed unless she can post $75,000 bond. If she makes bail, she has been ordered to stay away from the boy. She is due in court again for a preliminary hearing Wednesday.
Canandaigua, N.Y. (WHAM) - The woman accused of sexually abusing at least one child with her boyfriend pleaded guilty to sex crime charges, according to the Ontario County District Attorney's Office.
Janiet Simonds, 27, pleaded guilty to four lesser charges after originally being charged with two counts of predatory sexual assault.
Simonds pleaded guilty last month to two counts of criminal sex act 1st, one count of sex abuse 1st and one count of promoting an obscene performance of a child.
Simonds' boyfriend at the time, Tristan Mayes, was accused of committing sexual acts against a one-year-old girl and six-year-old boy. State Police said from March 2015 and June 2016, Mayes took video and still images of himself engaging sexual contact with a one-year-old girl. Simonds was accused of engaging in sexual contact with Mayes while the children were abused.
In March, Mayes was sentenced to 28 years to life after being convicted of two counts of predatory sexual assault against a child. The sentence was imposed as 14 years to life, with each of the two counts being served consecutively. He is currently serving the sentence at the Clinton Correctional Facility.
Simonds faces 22 years in prison and 20 years post-supervised released when she is sentenced. Her sentencing hearing is scheduled for September 14.

LANCASTER — A Lancaster woman will serve 3 1/2 to 10 years in prison  after pleading no contest to charges that she attempted to sexually abuse three children in 2015, the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office said in a release Wednesday.
Shelly Mattson, 42, issued the plea in March. She faced seven charges, including three felonies, regarding crimes against the children, who were aged 3, 6, and 12 at the time. She was sentenced by Lancaster County Judge Merrill Spahn Jr., who called the crimes every parent’s “worst nightmare.”
According to Assistant District Attorney Fritz Haverstick, who served as lead prosecutor in the case, the crimes happened over a two-week period at three separate locations in Lancaster. There was no physical contact with the children, Haverstick said.
On July 25, 2015, Mattson tried to touch a 6-year-old boy in a store on South Queen Street. The boy fled and told his mother.
On August 3, 2015, Mattson tried to entice a 3-year-old girl with a teddy bear and reached for the child’s leg. A relative intervened. The incident occurred on West Chestnut Street.
On August 11, 2015, Mattson made a sexual comment to a 12-year-old boy on West Orange Street. The boy fled.
Mattson, formerly of South Queen Street, pleaded guilty to two felony counts of unlawful contact and one felony count of solicitation of sexual assault, along with misdemeanor counts of corruption of minors (two counts), attempted indecent assault, and solicitation of indecent assault.

Two male San Pedro High School students who alleged they were sexually molested by a female former science teacher, who was sentenced to four years in prison last year, settled their lawsuits against Los Angeles Unified, court papers obtained Wednesday show.
Lawsuits were filed in 2016 on behalf of the plaintiffs, both of whom are minors identified only as John and James Doe. The Los Angeles Superior Court complaints named as defendants the LAUSD and former teacher Michelle Yeh. The plaintiffs’ attorneys filed notices of settlements last month, as well as court papers asking Judge Gregory Alarcon to dismiss Yeh as a defendant.
In a deposition given in John Doe’s case, Yeh denied she sexually abused him. She said she was hired by the LAUSD under a temporary teaching contract after responding to a posting on Craigslist.
An LAUSD representative could not be immediately reached on whether the settlements are subject to Board of Education approval. In their court papers, LAUSD attorneys said Yeh’s sexual abuse of John Doe began after administrators had already decided not to renew her contract.
Yeh, 30, was sentenced in January 2016 after pleading no contest to multiple felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from the molestation of at least three students.
The felony counts included engaging in sexual intercourse with a minor under 16, oral copulation of a minor under 16 and committing a lewd act on a child. She also pleaded no contest to one misdemeanor count each of child molestation involving a 16-year-old boy and to violating a court order not to have any contact with the three teens. Prosecutors said she texted one of the victims.
Yeh’s sentence also required her to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life, according to James Doe’s lawsuit.
According to John Doe’s court papers, the plaintiff, now 17 years old, was 15 when he was abused by Yeh, who was 28 years old at the time and was the boy’s 10th grade biology teacher.
Yeh initially flirted with the teen and showed him favoritism, then escalated her conduct to sexual molestation, the suit alleged. He claimed she bought him video games and tennis shoes and also took him to Disneyland and to restaurants.
She also provided plaintiff with marijuana, alcohol and prescription drugs such as Xanax,” the John Doe suit stated.

Settlement reached in case of teacher sex with San Pedro students City News Service

A mum-of-four jailed for grooming a 13-year-old boy used her husband's company credit card to lavish expensive gifts on the child, a court heard.
"Depraved" Emma Burton was arrested after the teen's horrified mother found a picture of him and the 35-year-old kissing, and a video of Burton performing a sex act on herself in the shower.
Police found boys' underwear which she had bought for him, along with lingerie for herself, when they stopped the pair in her £60,000 BMW M4.
Burton was supported in court by her husband of 16 years and other family members as she was sentenced, the Manchester Evening News reports.
Manchester Crown Court heard that before her arrest Burton had given the victim £200 to travel to the Midlands from his home in Greater Manchester by taxi.
She had booked a room at Hotel La Tour in Birmingham where he met her in the early hours, telling reception staff he was her nephew.
The youngster rang his parents from the hotel and told them: “I love Emma, I’m going to make a life with her.”
At that time Burton, of Birkenshaw, Bradford, was on bail, having being arrested weeks earlier because of her inappropriate contact with the boy.
Police were called after the boy’s horrified mother found an image on his iPad of Burton kissing him.
The mother also found a video of Burton performing a sex act on herself in the shower on the device, and a receipt for £535 of items among his things.
Despite being under investigation over the images and having been served with an abduction notice designed to stop her seeing him, Burton spent the night with the boy in the Midlands.
The pair then went shopping for designer clothes and underwear in the Trafford Centre before police stopped her car in Preston, arrested her and returned him to his family.
Burton, also known as Emma Price, was sentenced on Monday after admitting charges of sexual activity with a child, meeting a child following sexual grooming, and facilitating travel for exploitation.
The sexual activity charge relates to the kiss depicted in a photo - the only sexual activity that could be proven. The boy did not help with the prosecution.
Maria Brannan, prosecuting, told court the boy’s parents first suspected ‘something was amiss’ last year.
She said: “Their son was coming home with expensive gifts of trainers or clothing and two iPhones, paid for by the defendant."
Sentencing, Judge Tony Cross QC told Burton that this behaviour, and his refusal to assist police, demonstrated ‘the power’ she had over him and ‘how disturbed’ she had made him.
The judge said Burton had lavished him with gifts not only to groom him, but to buy his silence. And he said she had carried on with the behaviour despite warnings, because she believed that the boy was ‘under her spell’.
Isobel Thomas, defending, said Burton’s offending happened at a time when memories from her ‘extremely difficult’ adolescence had resurfaced, while she ‘felt distanced’ from her husband of 16 years.
She said: “Her relationship with (the boy) began through texting.
"She felt she was able to talk to him more easily and he made her feel good by telling her that he loved her - I say all that as background, not as an excuse.

"It’s really an unusual way for her to have behaved. She knows exactly how wrong her actions were, she wants to be punished for what she’s done.”
Speaking after the case, Detective Constable Joanne Andrews said: “Despite the barriers officers faced due to Burton’s manipulative and exploitative actions, the speed of the investigation and efficiency of those investigating has ensured Burton is safely away from children and has had her freedom taken away.
She used her financial position to emotionally and sexually abuse a teenager, convincing him they were in a loving, mature relationship.
"Burton and others who sexually exploit children are not concerned about that person’s emotional or physical wellbeing; they gain their trust to feed their own depraved lifestyles and desires.”

Depraved Mum-of-four jailed for grooming boy, 13, with iPhones and designer clothes bought on her husband's company credit card CHRIS OSUH 4 JUL 2017

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