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An 18-year-old Clatskanie man was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 6-year-old boy when Lewis was still a minor.
Columbia County sheriff's deputies arrested John Kenneth Lewis after receiving a report on Sept. 8 that he had assaulted a boy, who was his neighbor at the time.
According to a sheriff's office press release, the assault took place in a different part of the state.
The identities of the 6-year-old boy and his family have not been released by law enforcement, citing privacy concerns.
Lewis was arrested without incident and was taken to the Columbia County Jail in St. Helens, Oregon. He is being held on bail of $29,500.
Lewis faces charges of first-degree unlawful sexual penetration, first-degree sexual abuse and first-degree sodomy.
Investigators believe there may be additional victims. Anyone with information about the case, is asked to call the Columbia County Sheriff's Office dispatch at 503-397-1521.

Leondre McClendon was 16 when police said he raped a young Belleville woman in her home, then he and two others stole her Mini Cooper from her garage and took it for a joy ride.
Just before his trial was to begin, McClendon pleaded guilty but mentally ill to six felony charges as an adult, St. Clair County State’s Attorney Brendan Kelly confirmed.
McClendon’s attorneys, Cathy MacElroy and Grant Menges, declined to comment.
McClendon, now 17, was in court last week for an apparent plea, but that fell through. Circuit Judge Bob Haida was to begin the trial with jury selection Monday.
McClendon was 16 and on electronic monitoring for undisclosed juvenile crimes when he and two others confronted a 20-year-old woman in the garage of her home on Parkridge Drive in Belleville, police said. It was just after 10 p.m. and she pulled her 2015 Mini Cooper into the garage. One of the suspects had a gun. The three men demanded the keys to her car, her day planner and her cell phone. Two left in the car. McClendon stayed behind, police said.
He held a gun to the woman’s head and raped her, then forced her to perform oral sex on him before running away, police have said. The victim ran to a neighbor’s house. Police were called.
Hours after the assault, police spotted a Mini Cooper driving near 80th Street in East St. Louis without lights. Police gave chase with speeds that exceeded 100 mph and ended in McClendon’s driveway on Ben Louis Drive in Belleville. Two suspects jumped from the car, which crashed into a dumpster, then drove into a concrete ravine.
Two suspects were charged in the case. Their cases are closed because they are juveniles.
Although she didn’t know her attackers, DNA taken from the victim matched McClendon.
A search warrant filed in the case revealed McClendon was under court-ordered electronic monitoring at the time of the sexual assault. The electronic monitor revealed that McClendon was in the area of the crime at the time.
McClendon could face a prison sentence of 16 to 110 years.

A 19-year-old woman told police that she was raped by a former University Challenge contestant after he became famous on social media, a court has heard.
Bartolomeo Joly de Lotbiniere, who represented York University on the BBC show, is accused of attacking the student - who cannot be named for legal reasons - in June 2014.
A year later he represented York University on the popular quiz show, when the victim said seeing him on TV and social media made her "angry and upset".
Jurors heard that Joly de Lotbiniere, 21, told her he wanted to help her "get over her ex-boyfriend" as he attacked her.
She claims Joly de Lotbiniere - who denies rape - told her that he had "fantasised" about her, and told her he needed her to teach him how to have sex while he was assaulting her.
When she was interviewed by officers, the victim said a tweet posted by Pointless TV presenter Richard Osmond had brought attention to Joly de Lotbiniere.
Speaking in the pre-recorded police interview at Bradford Crown Court today, she said: "He was all over social media and even though it was a year on I thought I should do something about it.
"First he was on the TV and then I saw a tweet about it and I got really angry and upset. It definitely got to me."
Joly de Lotbiniere has said he had "brief sex" with the complainant, but she said it was not consensual.
Prosecutor Gerald Hendron, QC, said the complainant "froze" when Joly de Lotbiniere took off her clothes and carried her to the bed, before putting on a condom and "thrusting" at her as she tried to push him off.
And when he left the room afterwards it is alleged the History student told his victim: "Pretend this never happened - tell no one about this."
A series of texts between Joly de Lotbiniere and the victim revealed she was "not overly comfortable" afterwards and he replied saying "I was a disgrace", it was heard.
But Joly de Loteiniere claimed in police interview he was embarrassed because he "was not good at [sex]", was "not fully erect" and she had "to help him out", it was said.
Opening the case, Mr Hendron said: "He [Joly de Lotbiniere] said he was helping her get over her ex-boyfriend.
"He said he had fantasised about her and then digitally penetrated her. He then put a condom on and did a thrusting motion [towards the alleged victim]. This went on for a while.
"This was going on for quite a while - and [the alleged victim] later said when the defendant stopped he was acting really drunk and she was sore down below.
"Upon leaving the room the defendant told [the alleged victim] 'pretend this never happened - tell no one about this'."
The incident occurred at the victim's home in York on June 27, 2014.
Texts sent between the victim and Joly de Loteiniere revealed the victim was upset by what happened, it was heard.
The court heard that the victim thought that she could put the experience behind her, but changed her mind when she saw him next at a house party on 12 October, 2014.
After she left the party, Joly de Lotbiniere texted his victim saying sorry, it was said.
Joly de Lotbiniere text the victim: "I wanted to apologise to you in person tonight. I want you to know I am very sorry for what I did and that there is no emnity between us and we can move on as mutual friends."
She did not report the incident to the police until September 25, 2015, and the police seized Joly de Loteiniere's phone.
Mr Henderon said it was the prosecution's case that the texts revealed the defendant was admitting his part in the incident.
Mr Henderon added: "It is the prosecution's case he raped her and put it down to his immaturity."
Joly de Loteiniere, who now lives in North London, denies two sex offences, including sexual assault by digital penetration and rape.
A trial is set to last at least five days. The trial continues.

Teenage student 'raped by ex-University Challenge contestant' called police after getting "angry and upset" when he became famous DAVE BURKE 18 SEP 2017

Ricky Terrell Pratt, age 19 of Liberty Street, was charged with enticing a child and sexual abuse of a child under 12. He was booked into the Escambia County (AL) Detention Center with bond set at $250,000.
The Escambia County (AL) Sheriff’s Office said Pratt lured a child under the age of 12 into a room “for the purpose of lewd and lascivious behavior” and subjected the child to sexual abuse. Investigators said the child later disclosed the sexual abuse.
The Child Advocacy Center and the Department of Human Resources assisted the Sheriff’s Office with their investigation.

IDAHO FALLS– An Ammon man has pleaded not guilty to charges of statutory rape and possessing child pornography.
Joseph Stanley Loertscher, 19, was arraigned in a Bonneville County court .
Loertscher is facing one count of felony statutory rape of a victim under 16 and three felony charges of child sexual abuse by soliciting a minor under 16 to participate in a sexual act, willfully possessing child sexually exploitative material and causing a child to engage in or be used for explicit sexual conduct for the purposes of producing sexually exploitative material.
He is charged with crimes allegedly committed in April 2016 and July 2017.
Loertscher is accused of raping a 15-year-old girl in the Hillview Elementary School parking lot in April 2016. Both Loertsher and the victim were in high school at the time. Initially, no charged were filed against Loertscher for this incident. The statutory rape charge was filed months later after law enforcement was notified in June about Loertscher communicating and exchanging illegal sexually explicit images with teenage girls on the internet. One of the teens was the girl he had had sex with.
Court documents show Loertscher had more than 200 photos and videos of teenage girls, which contained sexually exploitative material. The victims were between the ages of 15 and 16.
Documents state he was “asking them to send him naked photos of themselves, to sext him, role play and to have sex with him, knowing they are minors under the age of 18.”
Loertscher admitted to sending nude photos of himself to the victims and to receiving sexually explicit images from them in return, according to court records.
Loertscher will appear in court next Nov. 13 for a pretrial conference. His jury trial is scheduled for Dec. 5. 

Two young men were charged and a third remains at large after a teen girl was kidnapped and raped, according to police and court documents filed in Frederick.
“This is very, very rare in my experience,” said Detective Joe Palkovic, an assistant supervisor in the Frederick Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division. “The violence of it and the nature of the crime, the fact that this involves someone laying in wait, kidnapping the victim and then taking her to a separate location to rape her, is very rare.”
And a younger female acquaintance of the teen girl was identified in charging documents as the suspected mastermind of the crime.
The case began Sept. 5, when Detective Anthony McPeak and Officer 1st Class Marlon Alvarez arrived at a home in the Hillcrest area to interview a high school-age girl about an assault she said happened at about 12:30 a.m. Sept. 1, according to police and two sets of charging documents filed last week in Frederick County District Court.
In the interview, the girl told police she was grabbed from behind by the hair as she was walking home Sept. 1. Three young men, two of whom the girl recognized as classmates, slapped her, the documents state. One of them pulled a knife and cut the girl’s chest.
As they took her cellphone and dragged her to a nearby vehicle, they told the girl they were acting on orders from a younger female acquaintance. A rag was forced into the girl’s mouth, and she was driven to an apartment elsewhere in the city, the documents state.
For the next few hours, the girl was raped by her two classmates, identified in charging documents as 17-year-old Edgar Natanal Chicas-Hernandez and 19-year-old Victor Antonio Gonzalez-Guttierres.
The third culprit, who the girl later told police had his face covered and whose voice she did not recognize, used a cellphone to record the crime, the documents state.
“The third, unidentified man mentioned in the charging documents has not been charged. ... As the investigation continues, however, we do anticipate there being additional charges in this case,” said Lt. Clark Pennington, commander of the police department’s Criminal Investigations Division.
When the assault finally ended, the young men drove the girl back to where she had been abducted and returned her cellphone, along with a warning.
If she called the police, “next time it will be worse,” they told her, according to the documents.
Despite the threats, the girl eventually agreed to speak with police, along with several male acquaintances who were reportedly contacted by the younger girl through social media, according to the charging documents.
Later, after detectives obtained copies of the social media conversations, they learned that an account associated with the younger girl had offered to give one of those male acquaintances footage of the assault in exchange for “[one] night of pleasure,” according to the documents.
Police also learned that the younger girl had identified herself during the conversation and had even contacted one of the acquaintances before the assault, outlining her plan to extort the older girl for money, the documents state.
Neither Palkovic nor Pennington would discuss details of evidence in the case, citing the ongoing investigation.
“There is some evidence that this victim [the older girl] was indirectly threatened before the incident,” Palkovic said when asked for comment on the evidence outlined in the documents. “We’re still evaluating that information and investigating it.”
While the charging documents indicate detectives interviewed the younger girl at length, Palkovic and Pennington were similarly limited in their ability to comment on that aspect of the investigation.
When questioned about her potential role in the crime, the younger girl admitted that Chicas-Hernandez and Gonzalez-Guttierres would likely tell investigators she told them to commit the assault, the documents state. Despite this, the younger girl repeatedly denied any involvement in the crime, according to the charging documents.
The younger girl repeatedly told investigators that there were several fake social media accounts falsely claiming to belong to her, the documents state.
Chicas-Hernandez was taken into custody Sept. 12 at about 3 p.m. and charged as an adult because of the seriousness of the charges, according to arrest logs and court records. Officers arrested Gonzalez-Guttierres the following day at about 7:45 p.m.
Both young men were charged with kidnapping, first-degree rape, sodomy, and first- and second-degree assault, according to charging documents.
Possible gang affiliations for both Chicas-Hernandez and Gonzalez-Guttierres were mentioned to investigators, according to the charging documents. Pennington confirmed that such ties were being investigated, but had not been confirmed as of Wednesday.
“The information that we have at this point is that they have not been identified as validated gang members,” Pennington said.
Frederick County District Judge O. John Cejka Jr. denied bail to both suspects in bail review hearings after their respective arrests.
Frederick police can be reached by calling the department’s non-emergency line, 301-600-2100. Anonymous tips can also be relayed to the department, either by calling 301-600-8477 (TIPS) or via text to 240-674-8477 (TIPS). Finally, tips can be sent via email to fpdcrimetip@
High schoolers charged with rape, assault of teen girl in Frederick Jeremy Arias September 21 2017

An arrest has made following an investigation into a rape at a central New York high school. 
Gavin Maloney, 16, of Preble, was arrested by state police. He is charged with first-degree rape, a class B felony. 
The charge stems from an incident that occurred during after-school hours on the Tully Junior Senior High School campus. Maloney is accused of forcibly raping a victim who is less than 16 years old. 
Maloney was arraigned in Tully town court and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice Center in lieu of $25,000 cash or $50,000 secure bond, according to police. 

State police: Teen raped victim at CNY high school The Citizen staff September 22 2017

A California man was sentenced to five years of probation for having sex with a 14-year-old girl and video-recording the sexual acts.
Patrick Quinten Green, 19, was arrested July 12 after the victim called her mother from the Bend Value Inn motel to report she had sex with Green.
The Bend Police Department responded to a report from the mother and found Green in one of the rooms. Once arrested, Green agreed to talk with officer Josh Spano. Green told Spano he met the victim on the messaging app Kik and traveled from his home in Hawaiian Gardens, California, to meet her.
Green said the victim came to his hotel and brought marijuana. The two smoked it, then had sex. Green told Spano he had a few videos recorded on his cellphone of the two having sex. He said he was not sure what the age of consent was, and did not believe he had committed rape.
In court Monday, Green’s lawyer Shawn Kollie said the victim told Green she was nearly 16. Kollie said a psycho-sexual evaluation determined Green was not a serial predator and suffered from mental health issues and was on the autism spectrum. Kollie said the doctor found Green struggled significantly with social structures, such as understanding the age of consent.
On Wednesday, Green entered in guilty pleas for third-degree rape and third-degree sodomy. Per a plea deal, charges of second-degree encouraging child sexual abuse, first-degree online sexual corruption of a child and two counts of using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct were dismissed.
Deschutes County Circuit Judge Walter Miller went along with the plea deal, which included a recommendation of 60 days in jail. Because Green has already served 75 days, he was released Monday. Green’s probation will be transferred to California, and because he was not five or more years older than the victim, he will not have to register as a sex offender

California man gets probation for sex crimes AUBREY WIEBER THE BULLETIN September 25, 2017

TEEN RAPISTS 36 13 luglio 2017

The Cedar City man who sexually assaulted three children in their home was sentenced to jail time and probation.

John Benjamin Gehrich, 19, was ordered to serve 210 days in the Iron County Jail followed by 36 months of probation. The sentence was less than the sentence up to 15 years in prison that state prosecutors. Instead, the judge opted for a sentence focused on helping Gehrich receive treatment for his social and sexual issues.

Gehrich pleaded guilty in July to three counts of sexual abuse of a child, a  maximum sentence of 15 years in prison for each count.

Police said Gehrich entered a home and touched the genitals of the three children ranging in age from 3 to 8 when their father left the room.

He described the incident as an “impulsive act” to investigators, according to court records.

But Iron County Deputy Attorney Troy Little said this was just one of the many examples of Gehrich’s questionable behavior. Prior to his arrest for the molestation in May, numerous Cedar City residents and Southern Utah University students reported to law enforcement that Gehrich had made them feel uncomfortable or made inappropriate comments. Parents complained to police that Gehrich would knock would ask other residents in his apartment complex if he could borrow their children so they could help him get into his home, Little said Tuesday.

None of the reports resulted in criminal charges. 

Gehrich is also under investigation in Oregon for attempting to entice a minor over the internet in 2016. He was also charged with a misdemeanor count lewdness while he was staying at a Cedar City hotel earlier this year.

“This is extremely concerning,” Little said, arguing for a more severe sentence for the defendant. “With his impulsive behavior, I strongly believe that the only safe place for him is in prison.”

But Defense Attorney Jeremy Snow argued that the majority of Gehrich’s “creepy” behavior could be attributed to his diagnosis of reactive attachment disorder. He attempted to provide some clarity to the different accounts by explaining to the 5th District Court Judge Barnes that Gehrich was adopted from an "eastern European country" where he received minimal care and was sexually abused.

As a result, he is unable to respond to social interactions in a developmentally inappropriate way, according to Snow. His developmental age is closer to that of a young teenager than his actual age of 19.

Snow also said his client’s short stature and demeanor also contributed to the “creepy” perception. In actuality, many of the off-putting comments and encounters were his attempt at making social interactions like he had been encouraged to during his past treatment at residential facilities.

“He wasn’t being a sexual predator, he wasn’t stalking, he was trying to address the issues in ways he thought was socially appropriate and the way he was trained and taught at his treatment program,” Snow said. “Again, when you can’t essentially read what’s coming back from you, you don’t do it the right way. It comes off as creepy.”

Much of the hysteria concerning Gehrich was magnified by the sexual abuse charges, Snow said. What parents and female SUU students previously wrote off as strange encounters took on a different meaning when Gehrich was arrested. Ultimately, Snow said these incidents shouldn’t be interpreted as sexual predation.  

Snow rebutted the allegations of enticing a minor online by pointing to the fact that his client had been in a residential treatment facility with no access to the internet during the time when the alleged incident occurred.

“I would hate to send someone to prison for 15 years during a time when they couldn’t have committed a crime based on the fear of what he might be when he have an explanation for what he is. He’s a creepy kid, but he’s not a sexual predator,” Snow said.

Gehrich told the court he felt extreme remorse for the sexual assaults. He struggled to find the words that would convey the guilt he felt for taking away their innocence before requesting help from the court.

“I ask that you please give me this opportunity to just make myself better through mental health treatment and just allow me to become a law abiding, healthy, useful citizen in society,” he pleaded.

Snow asked Barnes to forego the prison sentence to allow Gehrich to obtain additional sexual offender treatment.

While no treatment plan has been finalized yet, the terms of his sentencing require him to obtain a psycho-sexual evaluation and to follow through with any recommended treatment. He must also follow all Utah laws regulating child sex offenders, which include restrictions on where they can travel and prevent them from visiting any areas that may frequented by children, such as schools or public parks.  

But Little argued the risk of probation was too great. Adult Probation and Parole categorized Gehrich as an “intense risk” in the pre-sentence investigation report.

“I am concerned that he is a threat in whatever community he is in,” Little said.

SAN ANTONIO - An 18-year-old man is charged with sexual assault of a child after police said the victim dated the suspect, Guadalupe Gil, and also had his baby.
A police report said the two are only about three and a half years apart, but the victim was only 14 when Gil had sex with her and got her pregnant, 
Police said the victim's parents thought Gil was 16 when the two were dating and that they had been seeing each other for six months, but when the two broke up and Gil refused to leave the victim alone, her mother found out he was actually 18.
Even after the discovery, police said Gil defied orders by the victim's parents to stop contacting her, and Gil sent a video to the victims father that allegedly showed the two having sex. 
The victim had the baby in August, and even with a protective order against him, police said Gil continued to contact the victim via social media.
The report also stated that the victim ran away several times to meet with Gil. 
Police said there have been a total of six reports showing Gil violated his protection order. Child Protective Services is involved. 
If convicted, Gil will have register as a sex offender.
A teenage boy is alleged to have used explicit images of a girl to blackmail her into meeting him before he raped her in Warnbro.
The 19-year-old, who was 17 at the time, is alleged to have met the 14-year-old girl on social media in January 2015 and threatened her in to sending him explicit images.
The teen used the images to get the girl to meet him by threatening to make them public if she refused.
Police say the pair met in Warnbro between January 1 and 18 where the boy allegedly raped the girl and physically assaulted her and made more threats to release the explicit images
The man is due to appear in Rockingham Children’s Court on October 4 on two counts of aggravated sexual penetration without consent, deprivation of liberty, assault occasioning bodily harm and making threats with intent to compel the doing of an act.

He broke into a woman’s home in the dead of night and strangled her unconscious while savagely raping her - but we are banned from telling you who the dangerous teenager is.
The 20-year-old victim woke to find herself being throttled with a cable her 16-year-old attacker had brought with him, while he forced himself on her.
A court heard the rapist had climbed onto a wheelie bin and roof and forced a window which was slightly open in order to get in - having already stalked her a few nights before.
The terrified victim was left with multiple bruises and scratches from the violent attack, as well as bleeding in her eyes from being throttled - but the psychological effects will be much longer lasting.
The teenager already had four previous convictions for exposing himself and another for assaulting a teacher and a judge said he poses a danger of causing serious harm in the future.
But he was locked up for just five-and-a-half years for the rape and our application to have the discretionary reporting restriction forbidding the publication of anything that will lead to his identity lifted was rejected - in case it jeopardises his rehabilitation.
The court heard the rape victim noticed she was being followed by a figure who fit the description of the teenager who would later rape her, on Sunday July 2, as she returned home in the early hours.
Then on July 4 she was dropped off at her home in the Ashington area at about 11pm, after being out for a meal with friends and went to bed.
After messaging friends on social media, she drifted off to sleep with the television still on.
David Lamb, prosecuting, told Newcastle Crown Court: “She was woken by the sensation of a tightening around her neck.
“This defendant was strangling her with a length of cable he had taken to the scene.
“That strangulation caused her to lose consciousness.”
While she was out cold, the youth raped her and as she came round she realised what was happening.
Mr Lamb said: “While this was happening the defendant was continuing to strangle her until she again became unconscious.
“During the second period of unconsciousness the defendant dragged her from the bed.
“When she came round she was lying on the floor next to the door and could see the defendant kneeling over her but she was unable to see his face as he had tried to disguise his face and hide his features by pulling his hood up.
“He was hitting her. The complainant tried her best to fight him off and kicked him a number of times in his face, causing him to leave the bedroom.”
The victim turned on the light and dialled 999 and told the police she was being raped, at 1.50am.
Mr Lamb said: “While she was making that 999 call the defendant, rather than making good his escape, in fact returned to the bedroom.
“The complainant screamed at him to get out, which he did. He left the bedroom but not before grabbing the cable from the bed and moving to the kitchen area, where she could hear him rummaging around.
“She thought he may have been searching for a knife and was so frightened she was unable to move from what she considered to be the sanctuary of her bedroom.”
When the police eventually arrived at 2.15am, some 25 minutes after she rang 999, she was so afraid she would not let them in in case it was him and they had to force entry.
The woman was left with bruising to her neck, chest, face and body, swollen lips, scratches to her back and shoulders and bleeding in her eyes from being strangled.
She said in a victim statement: “I was woken by him raping me in my own home.
“He repeatedly choked me with a cord and the force used burst my blood vessels in my eyes.
“I thought I was going to die there and then in my bed.”
The woman said it has had a massive effect on her confidence and she has had to move out of her flat and back with her parents.
She added: “I have nightmares about being attacked and being unable to defend myself.
“It’s been an utterly horrendous experience and one I doubt I will ever come to terms with.
“Why me? Why did he strangle me?”
The woman told of her embarrassment and distress at having to be tested for HIV and she is still awaiting some test results.
Police found the teenager’s fingerprint and footwear print at the scene and he was arrested a few days after the attack. He had hidden clothes he was wearing at the time at the loft in his home.
He initially told a pack of lies but went on to admit rape. He was sent to a young offenders institution for five-and-a-half years with an extended license period until 2025 and must also sign the sex offenders register indefinitely and was made subject to restraining order.
Judge Tim Gittins said the youth, who was on drugs, had “taken the opportunity as she was unconscious and defenceless to rape her savagely”.
He added: “Bad enough what you did but she thought, understandably in her terrifying moments with you, that you were going to murder her.”
Judge Gittins said he had “put that young woman through the worst nightmare for a female, attacked in her own bedroom by an unknown intruder.”
Turning to the issue of the reporting restrictions on the rapist’s identity, the judge said: “While I can well see why the public may be interested and there may be some public interest in your identity being revealed, I have to balance whether it is in the interests of justice for a juvenile who has the possibility of rehabilitation, for him to be identified, which would risk that rehabilitation.
“I determine the deterrent effect of notoriety is limited.
“Although it’s been a fine balance I have determined because of your age I will not remove the reporting restriction at this stage.
“However that is something that will automatically be lifted when you turn 18. It’s a matter for the press if they see fit to report the matter of you identity at that stage.”
Ian Francis Hudson, defending, said: “This was a horrific attack and he knows it. He has a long-standing mental disorder and he is, on any view, immature.”
Mr Hudson said the youth had lied to fellow inmates about what he has been in youth custody for and “won’t last long” if they find out what he really did.

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