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ROANOKE, Va. - A Roanoke woman, who repeatedly abused a 5-year-old child, pleaded guilty Wednesday morning in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia in Roanoke to a number of charges related to child sexual exploitation and child pornography.
Shannon Marie Bobrosky, 23, of Roanoke, pleaded guilty to two counts of production of child pornography, one count of permitting the production of child pornography involving a child she had custody or control of at the time, and one count of distribution of child pornography.
Evidence presented by the Commonwealth showed that Bobrosky sexually abused the child, took digital photographs of the abuse, and distributed the images using text message applications and other means.
According to the evidence, Bobrosky appears to have been motivated by her desire to satisfy various sexual fetishes, to include having a submissive relationship with men interested in child pornography and/or pedophilia, and seeking sexual gratification by providing such men with images of the actual or simulated sexual molestation of the child, as well as fantasies regarding the rape of the child by those men.

Roanoke woman pleaded guilty to child sexual exploitation, child pornography charges August 30, 2017

A teenage mother has been charged with sexually abusing her baby son and creating child pornography. 
Jazmine Nichole Pacyga, 19, of Muskegon Township, Michigan, reportedly performed oral sex on her 3-month-old son, court documents reveal, Michigan Live reports.
She has been arrested on two felony charges and is being held in Muskegon County Jail, her parental rights suspended, the Daily Mail reports.
Her Feb. 8 arraignment saw her bond set at $200,000.
A petition of neglect and abuse states the baby's home is inappropriate for child care and raising due to "drunkenness and neglect."
The offense allegedly transpired on Feb. 5. As a result, Pacyga has been charged with first-degree criminal sexual behavior and the production of sexually abusive material.
The young adult may spend the rest of her life in prison if convicted. 

According to court documents, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is temporarily taking care of her child, as they look for the father.  
Pacyga will face charges as a second-time habitual offender for having been previously convicted of felony home invasion, says Timothy Maat, Muskegon County Chief Assistant Prosecutor. 
Offenders charged with criminal sexual conduct can be sentenced to life in prison. A second charge of sexually abusive material carries a maximum punishment of 20 years in prison.
Because Pacyga is a habitual offender, the latter maximum is raised to 30 years.
She is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 23 and will be sentenced by District Judge Geoffrey Nolan. 
The case is similar to the 2012 Michigan conviction of Dan and Alisha Hall of Mt. Morris. 
The couple was found guilty on all counts of sexually abusing their infant daughter and taking pictures of the abuse. 
At the time, according to Michigan Live, Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton commented: "It's senseless to think a couple could violate their own infant child. It's incomprehensible to me."  
During court testimony, Daniel had confessed to sexually abusing his then-6-month-old daughter. 
Investigators had uncovered more than 700 pictures of child pornography -- including 13 images of the father participating in sex acts with his daughter -- on the couple's home computers. 
Alisha was then convicted for photographing the abuse and aiding the criminal acts. 
Sources: Michigan Live (2), Daily Mail / Photo credit: Pixabay, Muskegon County Jail via Daily Mail

Salina Police arrested 18-year-old Lenora Dyke after taking a report that she had intercourse with a 12-year-old boy.
Police Capt. Paul Forrester said that it was initially reported to authorities on August 16. They were told that a 12-year-old boy was solicited by a female in her 20s. An investigation led police to Dyke.
According to Capt. Forrester, Dyke confronted the boy through Facebook messenger.
The encounter was said to have occurred at her Salina apartment.
She was arrested last night for one count of electronic solicitation, one count promoting obscenity to a minor and rape.

Salina woman arrested for alleged sex crimes AUGUST 18, 2017

A Sand Springs woman received a life sentence plus 20 years on Monday for working with her boyfriend to repeatedly sexually abuse a then-14-year-old relative.
Dana Mechele Langley, 46, pleaded guilty June 19 to three counts of child sexual abuse, two counts of enabling child sexual abuse and one count of lewd molestation related to crimes that occurred between June 2013 and January 2014. James “Jason” Booker, 27, faces seven felony charges in the case.
District Judge Sharon Holmes had to take a break during Langley’s sentencing hearing Monday after spending several minutes angrily telling the defendant how her behavior was the opposite of what a trusted adult should have done for the girl. Holmes pronounced the woman’s actions “despicable” and “reprehensible.”
Langley, who teared up as she read a statement to the court, continued sobbing while Holmes told her she continued to “disregard and try to minimize the impact” of what happened.
Members of Langley’s family cried throughout the hearing and, through letters to the court, said they were supportive of her at least in part because the girl was a “difficult” child who they suggested is not trustworthy.
Holmes sentenced Langley to four life terms for two counts each of child sexual abuse and enabling sexual abuse, as well as two 20-year terms for lewd molestation and another count of child sexual abuse. Although the judge said she considered imposing consecutive sentences for each offense, she decided to have Langley serve one 20-year term after the completion of a single life sentence.
“One time is too many,” Holmes said of the incidents. “I don’t care if it happened two, three, four, five or six. One time is too many.”
She went on to say Langley had the girl “engage in the most despicable activity” so she could maintain her romantic relationship with Booker.
Langley said in her statement that she allowed the crimes to take place because she wanted to make the girl and Booker happy. She called herself a “people-pleasing victim” and said the charges stemmed from “isolated incidents,” but she conceded that she “didn’t do what was right.”
“I am not the sexual predator that these charges make me out to be,” she said.
The girl, now 18, read a victim impact statement in which she said she still has flashbacks of the incidents and “didn’t realize how bad it was” until she finally made the incidents public.
The victim said she didn’t want Langley to “go away” but understood that she needed to be incarcerated “for some time.”
Assistant District Attorneys Andrea Brown and Mark Morgan alleged that Booker and Langley came up with the idea to assault the teenager after she asked Langley questions about sex. A probable cause affidavit says Booker’s “solution” was for him to have sex with her “instead of her having sex with random people” and indicates that Langley agreed to the idea.
Langley, according to the prosecutors, took the girl to a secluded area and to Booker’s trailer so they could all have sexual contact on multiple occasions.
Prosecutors asked Holmes to hand down the maximum possible sentence, saying Langley exploited the girl for her and Booker’s “twisted sex games.”
“It’s everybody else’s fault except for (Langley’s,)” Brown said of Langley’s statements. “She’s not even remotely taking responsibility. She’s victim-blaming.” Langley’s attorney, Pamela Rains, alleged that the girl had been in a romantic relationship with Booker independently and made references to her being “hypersexual,” to which Holmes, who dismissed the statements, said to Langley, “What does that have to do with what you did to (the girl)? Nothing.”
“What you put (the girl) through was enough to last her a lifetime,” Holmes said. “I want to make sure you don’t have the opportunity to do this to anybody else.”

Sand Springs woman gets life term in sexual abuse 14-year-old girl Samantha Vicent Tulsa World August 28 2017


A woman who was convicted for raping her son in Rutherford County between 1999 and 2003 has asked for a new trial.
Angela Montgomery who reportedly moved away from the Murfreesboro area several years after the accusations arose, was arrested in Portland, Oregon in 2012. The case was investigated by Murfreesboro Police over an 8 month period several years after the child rape incidents occurred.
In 2015, Montgomery was found guilty on six counts of child rape. At the time of the crime, the child would have been between the ages 9 and 13. The now adult victim told the courts the abuse also happened to his sister and brother.
In Montgomery's most recent request for a new trial that was filed with the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals, she argues that there was not enough evidence to support her convictions of child rape. She also argued that the State should not have presented information to the jury about her alleged corporal punishment habits that involved her kids.
Despite Montgomery's arguments and plea for a new trial, it won't happen. Montgomery will remain behind bars for her six child rape convictions. The denial for an appeal was officially filed on Friday, September 1, 2017.
Today Montgomery is 55 years old. At the time of the crime she would have been about 38 years old and her son was 9. Her prison sentence will end in year 2054. At that point, Montgomery will be 92 years of age. According to the Tennessee Department of Corrections, Montgomery is not eligible for parole.

Murfreesboro mother convicted of child rape X6 files an appeal September 4, 2017

A Stilwell woman was ordered in Muskogee County District Court to serve 30 years in prison for enabling child sexual abuse.
Melissa Skelton, wearing a faded orange jumpsuit with chains on her ankles and wrists, cried quietly as an attorney explained the plea deal offered to her Wednesday morning.
Skelton, 26, signed the plea in the courtroom just before the morning's court session began, agreeing to a sentence of 30 years on enabling child sexual abuse and 10 years on a conspiracy charge.
Skelton pleaded guilty to allowing former Muskogee firefighter Zackery Perry to have sexual relations with a 6-year-old child and providing explicit photos and videos of the child engaged in explicit activities in exchange for money.
She will serve the sentences concurrently and will not be eligible for parole for at least 25.5 years, because enabling child sexual abuse is a crime in which 85 percent of the time sentenced must be served before being considered for parole. 
In addition, she will receive credit for time served and is ordered to serve two years of post-imprisonment supervision under the Department of Corrections after she is released and pay fines.
The charges against Skelton arose out of evidence found during an investigation into a previous case filed against Perry, 30.
Perry was charged Jan. 19 with aggravated possession of child pornography, distributing obscene material, child sexual exploitation and crime against nature. He is held without bond, and is set for jury trial Sept. 18 in the case.
While investigating the Jan. 19 case, investigators found text messages, images and communications on social media between Skelton and Perry that showed they conspired "to determine meeting locations, the exchange of sexual images and videos, and the exchange of money for services rendered," according to a probable cause affidavit.
Perry was then given additional charges of conspiracy and child sexual abuse at the same time as Skelton was charged on Feb. 6. He is held without bond on that case and returns to court Jan. 12 for a disposition docket at which time a date will be set for trial.

Stilwell woman receives 30-year sentence for enabling child sexual abuse Wendy Burton / Phoenix Staff Writer September 07 2017


A NSW woman has been charged with sexually assaulting a young child and distributing child porn after South Australian police investigated two others for possessing the material.

The 32-year-old was arrested by the NSW child abuse squad as South Australian detectives pounced on a 34-year-old man from Adelaide's northern suburbs.
He was charged with the possession and dissemination of child exploitation material while the woman was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child under 10 and disseminating child abuse material.
She was due to face Taree Local Court on Thursday.
A second South Australian woman, aged 45, was charged on Wednesday with the production, possession and dissemination of child porn, indecent assault and inciting a gross indecent act.
"Police wish to remind the public that any app, online game, or social media platform that allows the user to be in contact with people they do not know can put them at risk," SA Police said in a statement.
The two SA defendants were scheduled to appear in Adelaide Magistrates Court and Elizabeth Magistrates Court on Thursday.

NSW woman arrested over 'child porn' Aug 24, 2017

A 32-year-old man told police he was held hostage and repeatedly sexually assaulted for three days by a woman he met online, according to the New Orleans Police Department. 
According to police, the 32-year-old man reported that he met an unknown woman on a dating website a week prior to meeting her in person last Friday (Sept. 1) at his Central City residence. The man told police he was arguing with the woman on Saturday morning when the confrontation "turned physical."
The man says the woman held him hostage in his apartment for three days, "reportedly sexually assaulting (him) multiple times during this time and threatening physical violence if he tried to leave," according to the preliminary police report. At some point the man was able to call police, but the woman fled the scene before officers arrived.
Authorities describe the woman as standing about five-feet, two-inches tall and weighing around 200 pounds with short black hair. She is driving a black four-door Honda Civic.
Man reports being held hostage, raped for 3 days by woman, NOPD says September 5, 2017 Beau Evans nola.com


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