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lawsuit filed in King County Thursday says the Seventh Day Adventists ignored years of warnings about a pedophile teacher who taught at the church’s small, private schools in California and Washington.
Douglas “John” Allison was the principal. He was one of only two teachers at Mountain View Christian School in Sequim.
Allison was arrested last year for sexually assaulting two 10-year-olds under his desk in the classroom while the other children were distracted watching movies, according to police reports and the lawsuit.
Allison is now serving a 26-year prison sentence.
The lawsuit, filed by The Davis Law Group of Seattle, includes records showing the Seventh Day Adventists received a complaint about Allison as early as December of 2014.
A document from the Del Norte Department of Health and Human Services in Crescent City California reads, “The Reporting Party (RP) stated ____’s teacher Doug Allison at Seventh Day Adventist School put his hand down the front of her pants on many occasions.”  It’s unclear what, if any, investigations followed the California complaints.
The suit says church leaders in California and Washington also received multiple reports from parents concerns about Allison’s hugging and touching students.
Spokesperson Heidi Baumgartner for the Western Washington Corporation of the Seventh Day Adventists said, “We have not seen a lawsuit filing yet, and cannot make a comment at this time.”
The Davis Law Group says the victim’s family has declined to speak publicly about the case and is asking for privacy.


Joseph Dendy was arrested Friday morning and booked into the Cobb County jail. (Photo: Cobb Sheriff’s Office)
The former Cobb County Republican Party chairman will spend at least another week in jail following his arrest on child molestation charges.
Judge Adele Grubbs denied bond Friday afternoon for Joseph Russell Dendy, who was arrested May 20 at his West Cobb home. Dendy, 71, was charged with aggravated child molestation and child molestation, both felonies, according to police. He is also facing similar charges in South Carolina, according to prosecutors.
“This is not a bond case,” Judge Adele Grubbs told the court. “He doesn’t have to waive a gun to intimidate.”
Dendy is accused of molesting boys and a girl during a span off 55 years, according to the Cobb District Attorney’s Office. Dendy allegedly molested a young boy as far back as the late 1950s.
A probably cause hearing for Dendy will be held Friday.One victim, now an adult, told the court that he has nightmares of the abuse and became a military police officer to help other victims.
“I’m stronger than you,” he told Dendy. 
Dendy served four years as chair of the Cobb County GOP. His second, two-year term ended in 2015.
The defendant’s guilty plea came as a surprise during what was to be a pretrial hearing. Prosecutors were expected to call several additional witnesses who said they had also been abused. 
Dendy was able to hide behind his "public persona as a prominent community leader," weaving a "path of destruction through his family for decades,” prosecutor Susan Treadaway was quoted saying in the statement. “That ends today.”
Cobb Superior Court Judge Kimberly Childs presided over the case. 
Dendy’s attorney, Brian Steel, did not return a message left at his office. 
COBB COUNTY, Ga. - Former Cobb County, Georgia, Republican Party leader Joseph Dendy was given a life sentence after pleading guilty Friday to sexually abusing children.
Dendy, 72, must serve 30 years of that sentence in prison.
Dendy admitted that he had committed repeated sexual offenses against two boys, according to a statement from Cobb District Attorney Vic Reynolds. The crimes occurred between 2004 and 2011 at Dendy’s home, his church, and in a store dressing room, the statement said. 


A 19-year-old man is accused of assaulting a 9-month-old girl in Ossipee.
Kurt Whiting was charged with second-degree assault, simple assault and criminal threatening.
Police said they were called to a home on Heron Drive late Friday night for a report of a domestic disturbance.
Police said Whiting kicked a woman three times as she attempted to leave after an argument. He then reached into the car and grabbed the little girl's head, squeezing it until she screamed, authorities said.
"The suspect that was eventually arrested, Kurt Whiting, had assaulted a female, his girlfriend, and in the midst of that disturbance, he had opened the car door and assaulted a 9-month-old child in the vehicle," said Sgt. Robert King.
The woman told police Whiting threatened to kill her and the infant.
The baby was taken to the hospital as a precaution and was released.
Bail was set at $2,500 cash and $2,500 personal recognizance.
A probable cause hearing was set for April 17.6:21 PM EDT Apr 8, 2013

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A burglary call led Texas authorities to the home of an alleged meth dealer and nearly $1 million worth of drug-filled lollipops and other candies, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said.
Police arrested two people suspected of breaking into the Houston-area home, Evonne Christine Mick and David Salinas, both 36.
Responding officers stopped the pair as they tried to escaped the area, police said.
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Mick has been charged with possession of a controlled substance and her bond is set at an estimated $1 million, according to court records obtained by KIAH.

Suspects Evonne Christine Mick, 36, and David Salinas.
“They had put so many narcotics in the back of the vehicle, so they were trying to flee, and they couldn’t even close the back hatch to their vehicle,” an official said during a press conference.
Inside the home, deputies allegedly found nearly $1 million worth of meth-filled candies— some treats molded in the form of popular fictional characters such as Batman, R2D2 and Yoda. Officers said the candies came in different sizes and ranged from $20 to $40 in price.
"It appears the candy was intended to be distributed among children and/or sold to juveniles," the sheriff's department posted on Facebook.
Deputies believe Mick may have lived inside the home prior to the burglary and knew where to find the candies.
“I don’t believe these two people were the actual people making them,” a HCSO official said. “The other part of our investigation is going to be trying to figure out who’s actually making them.”
Investigators said the meth was manufactured inside the home, which is located near a school. The sheriff’s office said deputies acted quickly to prevent a large amount of drugs – with potential appeal to children – from being distributed in the area.
Officers released several pictures of the seized drugs, showing a home filled with dozens upon dozens of bags prepared to hit the streets.
The sheriff's office said many questions have yet to be answered as the investigation is still in its early stages and deputies are looking for additional suspects, according to KHOU.
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OLYMPIA, Wash. -- A suspect in the rape and killing of a 3-year-old pit bull mix is being held in Thurston County jail on $50,000 bail.
James Leroy Evans is accused of first-degree animal cruelty. Investigators say he told them he killed the dog named Diamond because it killed his iguana.
Diamond worked as an emotional support service dog for an 8-year-old boy.  She had been temporarily staying with Evans who was a relative of the owner. He offered to watch her while the owner found permanent housing that allowed dogs.
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"What I know from family members is that he's got an explosive personality. He's got some real anger issues," said Thurston County animal control officer Erika Johnson, who originally named the dog 'Justice' after she was found by a mountain biker hanging from a tree branch in the Summit Lake area of Thurston County on March 22.diamond
Veterinary necropsy showed that the dog had been aggressively sexually assaulted before being hanged. The dog died of asphyxiation.
Evans is a felon from Grays Harbor County whose criminal history includes domestic violence, burglary and controlled substance charges.
He was identified thanks to tips from Washington's Most Wanted viewers.  His next court appearance is scheduled for April 26.
Pasado's Safe Haven and Thurston County Animal Services are working on plans for a public memorial for Diamond.

OLYMPIA, Wash. -- James Evans on Wednesday posted $50,000 bail and was released from Thurston County jail.  His next court appearance is scheduled for 10 a.m. on April 26.
CORRECTION: In a prior version of this online story, Q13 included an incomplete quotation from Thurston County animal control officer Erika Johnson. That quote was edited incorrectly and as a result, misconstrued the context of her interview. The un-edited quote in its entirety is here:
"I believe that Mr. Evans had stated that he felt like he was doing the right thing by putting her down. I don't think he understands that the law is the law and that's not a humane way to do it."





CORVALLIS, Ore. — One of the top pitchers in the nation who now plays for No. 1 ranked Oregon State University was convicted of molesting a child.
Luke Heimlich admitted to molesting a little girl from at least 2010 through much of 2011.

Heimlich, a left-handed pitcher and Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year, could be headed for a national championship.
But Heimlich is also a registered sex offender, who had to appear in court last April in Benton County for missing a scheduled check-in. He pleaded guilty in 2012 in Pierce County, Wash. to molestation charges when he was 15.
According to an arrest affidavit, Heimlich would "close the door to his room" and in repeated attacks over two years "pulled down [the girl's] pants and touched her."
The girl was just 4 years old when the abuse started and 6 when it ended. Documents told Heimlich she "told him to stop, but he wouldn't."
Oregon State University officials say registered sex offenders must register with the university. They don't conduct criminal background checks on every student athlete.
"It is our belief, and it's really the policy of the U.S. Department of Education, that an individual who has committed a crime, paid their debt to society, is engaging in appropriate behavior, potentially could even be yet in a probation program monitored by the court system, is allowed to get their education. Is allowed to improve as a person," Steve Clark with OSU said in a phone call Thursday.
Brenda Tracy, a former OSU student who was raped by four football players in 1998, says it's time for universities to hold student-athletes to a higher standard by banning those with violent criminal convictions.
"We're talking about violent offenses sexual assaults, rape those are special circumstances. When we talk about juveniles though we do also have to also talk about possibly this juvenile offender was a victim himself in the beginning. So the bigger question to society is we're just failing victims all the time," Tracy said.
OSU officials do conduct background checks on students involved in areas where criminal convictions might be an issue, for example the university pharmacy.
Registered sex offenders are banned from living in Oregon State student housing.

=====LEXINGTON, Va. — A man and his half-sister were sentenced to a combined 108 years in prison after two girls were removed from a home with “subhuman” conditions, according to the Roanoke Times.

Robert Eugene Clark
On Tuesday, Robert Eugene Clark, 39, was sentenced to 65 years in prison on nine counts that included rape, aggravated sexual battery and taking indecent liberties.
Samantha Simmons, 30, was sentenced to 43 years on 11 counts that included aggravated sexual battery, sodomy and endangerment of a child.
In 2015, social workers finally removed a 3-year-old girl and her 8-year-old sister from the home after repeated pressure from the county sheriff’s office, which became concerned about the home after responding to a neighbor’s call, the newspaper reported.
A caseworker for the Rockbridge Area Department of Social Services, Peggy Sigler, said about the youngest victim, “She was a feral child; that’s the only way I could describe her.”
The Times’ report said the girls were “subjected to filthy, bug-infested conditions and the whims of incest in a family that spanned three generations of sexual abuse.”

Samantha Simmons
“They were taught to perform sexual acts more so than they were taught to brush their teeth,” Chief Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Jared Moon said.
The children were placed in foster care and are doing much better, but both still show the signs of the abuse they endured, according to the paper.
The younger girl, now 5, has not been able to enter kindergarten and shows signs of developmental disabilities. She can only identify one color and has only learned basic words and numbers.
Social workers were slow to respond to complaints from neighbors, The Roanoke Times reports. A former supervisor at the agency allegedly refused to enter reports into a computer system, as required by state policy, and is also accused of shredding some reports of child abuse made to the agency.
No social workers have been charged with a crime in the case.
During court proceedings, the defense said Simmons endured sexual assault by male family members long ago and “deviancy to her became the normal.”
Clark, who has a mental disability, did not deny committing the crimes, but said he couldn’t remember doing them. He also said he was comfortable in jail, saying, “As long as I have a roof over my head, a bed to sleep on and three meals to eat, I’m happy.”









A Multnomah County grand jury recently indicted a suspect in a sex crimes investigation on 55 charges, including rape, child porn and kidnapping.
Portland police have not released many details about the case.
Sgt. Pete Simpson says it involves six women or girls and they include sex trafficking victims, domestic relationships and friends of 35-year-old Thomas Oliver. Court documents show the oldest allegation dates back to 2007 and the most recent incident was in March 2016.
Police have reason to believe there may be other victims in this case, but aren't releasing much information due to the nature of the alleged crimes and the privacy of the victims.
"Detectives are concerned there are additional victims and are asking people to come forward with information," Simpson said. "We understand that for some victims coming forward is a very challenging thing and it takes a lot of courage and support."
At least one of the victims was "incapable of consent" and was "mentally incapacitated and physically helpless," according to court documents.
If you know anything about Oliver pertaining to this case, contact your local authorities immediately.
Oliver pleaded not guilty to all charges Friday morning. His bail has been set at $5.4 million.
Various sources have spoken with KATU News, saying Oliver is well-known among many communities in Portland as a photographer, having contributed to publications like Portland Monthly and Willamette Week.
Oliver was convicted of patronizing a prostitute in 2013 in Mutlnomah County, where he served five days in jail. He's originally from Baker City, and told officers he's currently not working and has no mental health issues.
KATU News went to Oliver's Southeast Portland home. Although someone appeared to be home, no one answered the door.
Court records show Oliver lives in the house with his girlfriend and their 7-month-old child.

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WEST BRANDYWINE, Pa. – Two counselors at a Pennsylvania addiction treatment center were found dead Sunday of drug overdoses, according to the Chester County district attorney.
Emergency responders found the counselors in their own rooms at the Freedom Ridge Recovery Lodge in West Brandywine Township around 2:15 p.m.
"If anybody is wondering how bad the opioid epidemic has become, this case is a frightening example," District Attorney Tom Hogan said in a press release. "The staff members in charge of supervising recovering addicts succumbed to their own addiction and died of opioid overdoses."
The two were in charge of helping the six residents of the halfway house with their daily routines. They were also the entrusted with the keys to the residents' medications.

Inside the room of where a counselor at a Pennsylvania drug addiction treatment center was found dead of an apparent opioid overdose. (Chester County District Attorney's Office)
Police found needles and baggies stamped with "Superman" and "Danger/Skull & Crossbones" logos near their bodies. Preliminary toxicology tests were positive for both heroin and fentanyl, according to the district attorney.
"Opioids are a monster that is slowly consuming our population," Hogan said.
According to the latest study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, opioids killed 33,000 people in the United States in 2015, more than any year on record. About half were from prescriptions.
Hogan warned people that the baggies likely contained the highly potent pain killer fentanyl, saying, "We will not even let law enforcement handle them without special precautions because of the extreme danger of death or injury."

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CLYDE HILL, Wash. — Police are investigating the alleged rape of a 8th grade girl by two 16-year-old boys during a crowded house party last month.
Photos of the crime and naked pictures of the incapacitated girl were posted on the popular social media site Snapchat, Clyde Hill police detectives say.
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According to a search warrant affidavit filed in King County Superior Court:
Police were called to the home of a 14-year-old girl on April 3. The girl's father told police his daughter had been raped at an April 1 house party on Yarrow Point.
Police reported breaking up a house party of "approximately 150 to 200" juveniles that night, with a "majority" of the crowd being intoxicated.
Investigators interviewed the victim, who admitted to going to the party. She told police she drank whiskey and vodka heavily. She also told investigators she learned she was the only 8th grader at the party, and that others called her "the Legend" because she was the youngest person at a high school party.
The victim told investigators she became heavily intoxicated and remembered dancing and falling asleep in a bedroom.
When she woke up the next morning, she told investigators, her stomach hurt and she found blood on her shoes. An acquaintance she was with at the party also informed her she was found passed out in the garage.
A day later, the teen who threw the house party contacted the victim and informed her she had been raped by two 16-year-old boys at the party. The teen who threw the party told the victim pictures of the assault existed, and were being exchanged by a few people on social media.
The boy who threw the party also contacted the victim's father and told him she was assaulted. The boy told the father he found blood in the bathroom at his home. He said pictures of the assault were shared on social media, and he told the father he had seen pictures of the victim "naked and bloody."
Police issued search warrant and seized photos from another boy's phone.
The 16-year-old boys suspected of raping the victim are students at Bellevue High School.
A message sent to the Bellevue School District for comment was not immediately returned. Clyde Hill police also did not comment on the case.
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An undocumented immigrant was charged after the district attorney said he befriended his neighbors then repeatedly sneaked into their 6 year old’s room and recorded himself molesting her.
Edwin Velasquez Curuchiche was finally caught in the child’s bedroom after he had sneaked in and tried to get the girl to play with him. The victim’s dad found Curuchiche hiding in the victim’s closet and held him until police arrived.
The crimes happened in 2015, according to the news release from The United States Attorney’s Office of the Middle District of Tennessee.
Curuchiche, 40, of Guatamala was living in Lebanon,Tennessee at the time the crimes occurred. Court documents say Curuchiche was living in a trailer park and befriended a family who lives nearby. The family had three children, ages 9, 6 and an infant.
Curuchiche is accused of giving the children video gaming systems and other electronic devices. He also told the kids he would play with them when their father wasn’t home.
Court documents said Curuchiche used a ruse to trick the mother into letting him borrow her house key, after which he copied the key.
In October 2015, Curuchiche is accused of sneaking into the family’s home and recorded himself sexually molesting the 6-year-old girl while she slept. The same act occurred again about a week later, court documents said.
In late October, the child told her parents someone was touching her while she slept. When the parents checked her room and found nothing, they assumed she was imagining things.
On the night of Oct. 29, 2015, they family came home after a trip to the store. The girl victim went to her bedroom to get a toy. Court documents said Curuchiche was hiding under her bed and tried to grab her by the arm. The suspect tried quieting her by telling her to play a game on her cell phone, which he had previously given to her.
The victim ran to her parents and the father found Curuchiche hiding in the girl’s bedroom closet. The father held him until police arrived.
Court documents also said Curuchiche also tried to give the girl Valium at one point when she was running a fever. When the mother refused, Curuchiche tried paying the 9-year-old brother to give the victim Valium.
Court documents show Curuchiche was apprehended in 2013 when he unlawfully entered the United States. He failed to appear for an immigration hearing and was living in the U.S. unlawfully when the crimes in Lebanon,Tennessee occurred.
“The defendant’s conduct here is among the most egregious that I have ever seen,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Jack Smith. “It is almost unimaginable that an innocent child and her family were subjected to such horrific acts by an intruder who masked himself as a family friend. The sentence ultimately imposed by the Court should insure that the defendant never has another opportunity to victimize another child.”
Curuchiche plead guilty to two counts of production of child pornography in Feb. 2017. On Monday, he was sentenced to 50 years in prison.



WASHINGTON (AP) — One in every 5 middle and high school students has complained of being bullied at school, and the number of reports of sexual assault on college campuses has more than tripled over the past decade, according to a federal study released Tuesday.
“There are areas of concern in terms of bullying and rates of victimization being high,” said Lauren Musu-Gillette, one of the authors of the report by the National Center for Education Statistics and the Justice Department. “We are seeing a long term decline, but we still want people to be paying attention to areas where rates are still high.”
Even though the overall prevalence of bullying has been declining in American schools over the past decade, 21 percent of students aged 12-18 reported being bullied in 2015, the report found. That was slightly below the international average.
“Bullying is a public health issue because it really affects the mental wellness and health of students and as we know at the extreme end it can lead to everything from suicide to reactive violence,” said David Osher, vice president at the American Institutes for Research. “Because it happens, it doesn’t mean it has to happen.”
The picture was bleaker for gay, lesbian and bisexual students. Thirty-four percent of students who identified as LGBT complained of bullying, compared to 19 percent who identified as heterosexual.
“It’s a high number and a disproportionate number in comparison. We still have a lot of homophobic bias and it plays itself in schools,” said Charol Shakeshaft, an education professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. “Those students are singled out and isolated and harassed.”
Shakeshaft lamented the Trump’s administration decision earlier this year to rescind Obama-era guidance on the use of bathrooms and other facilities for LGBT students, which she said helped them feel safer. When rescinding the guidance the Education and the Justice departments said such decisions should be left to the states.
Osher said campaigns to raise awareness can only help so much in helping to fight bullying. He called for programs that build empathy and self-awareness, identity and provide support for students who have mental health problems and foster a positive climate in schools.
“If you directly focus on bullying without addressing overall issues regarding school climate, social and emotional development of students, you are likely …. to hit a ceiling,” Osher said.
The report also found a significant rise in reports of sexual assault on university campuses. Such instances jumped from 2,200 in 2001 to 6,700 in 2014. Musu-Gillette cautioned however, that it is not clear from the research whether the number of actual sex crimes has increased or whether victims now feel safer reporting them to authorities.
Other statistics are more encouraging. The number of school deaths dropped from 53 in the 2013 school year to 48 in 2014. Non-fatal incidents of violence and theft at schools are also occurring less frequently. There were 841,000 such occurrences in 2014, compared to 850,100 the previous year.
The percentage of high school students who report having been in a physical fight anywhere has decreased from 42 in 1993 to 23 percent in 2015. The percentage of students in grades 9-12 who reported carrying a weapon anywhere during the past month at the time when data was collected, fell from 22 percent in 1993 to 16 percent in 2015.
Alcohol consumption has also gone down. In 1993, 48 percent of students reported recent alcohol use, compared to 33 percent in 2015.
Black students were being disciplined more frequently than other students across the board. In 2012, 15 percent of African-American students received out-of-school suspensions, compared to 6 percent of all students.
“There is much work left to be done,” said Peggy Carr, acting commissioner of the NCES. “The data show that many students do not feel safe at school and are victimized physically, verbally and emotionally.”


Louisiana; Will Hayden’s reality show followed his family-owned firearms business in Louisiana, according to People. The show, which ran from 2011 to 2014, was canceled soon after Hayden’s 2014 arrest in which he was booked on charges of molestation of a juvenile and aggravated crimes against nature, according to The Times-Picayune.
The Advocate reported that Hayden, 51, was sentenced Thursday.
District Attorney Hillar Moore said addition to two life sentences that will run concurrently, he was also sentenced to 40 years, which will run consecutively. He is not eligible for probation or parole.
WAFB reported that Hayden was found guilty April 7 on two counts of aggravated rape and one count of forcible rape for sexually assaulting two preteen girls -- one in the 1990s, when the victim was 12 or 13, and another in 2014, when the victim was 12.
The first victim, who is now 37, was at the court proceeding. The younger one, now 15, was not at the sentencing.



Chelan, WASH. - Chelan County Sheriff's Office says 20 arrests were made during a two-day cooperative operation among local and federal agencies. 
On Friday and Saturday, officers from the Sheriff's Office, Columbia River Drug Task Force, Wenatchee Police Department and Homeland Security worked together to carry out the arrests as part of their investigation targeting human trafficking and prostitution, with an emphasis on child prostitution.The investigation led to the arrest of 20 men, 17 on suspicion of patronizing a prostitute, a misdemeanor, and three on charges of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes, a felony.
The operation was meant to identify both suspects and victims of human trafficking, specifically those involved in child sex crimes.
Three suspects were booked into the Chelan County Regional Justice Center on felony charges.






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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
An undercover sting at a Keeaumoku massage parlor could wind up backfiring on Honolulu Police.
Police arrested a 41-year-old woman at the VIP Lounge for prostitution back in February but only after the vice officer said he engaged in sexual activity with the woman.
Officer Paul Goo said in a written statement that the woman, Siriporn Nilsawit, "wiped his genital area" with a wash cloth and that she "began to kiss his chest and neck area while fondling his genitals."
But her attorney Myles Breiner said the officer did more than he admitted in his report.
"She came back in and he was already lying on a massage bed masturbating," said Breiner, whose client denies that she engaged in prostitution.
"It takes a lot of talent to be that stupid."
This comes after an embarrassing few months for the HPD, which asked lawmakers for a legal exemption to allow undercover officers to have sex with prostitutes.
"It's as though it's one of the perquisites of the office, one of the benefits of being a police officer on morals details is that you get to have sex with a (suspected) prostitute before you arrest her," Breiner said.
An assistant chief claimed that doesn't happen but that the exemption was needed as a tool for investigations.
"They never have sex with prostitutes. We have never authorized that. They never will," HPD Assistant Chief Susan Dowsett told Hawaii News Now in March.
"Anyone who has alleged that has occurred is absolutely encouraged to come forward."
In a statement issued to Hawaii News Now, HPD said that in reviewing Goo's report "no violation was committed."
Under Hawaii law, prostitution arrests only require that an agreement be made on a price. Any physical contact is unnecessary to make an arrest.
According to his arrest report, Officer Goo said the prostitution solicitation came in the following exchange with the suspect:
       Suspect: Are you ready to #@%k?
       Officer: Is it going to cost me extra?"
       Suspect: It is one hundred fifty dollars to #@%k.
       Officer: Is that all, one hundred and fifty?
But Breiner said his client -- who has no criminal record -- never offered to have sex for money, even though the officer attempted several times get his client to name a price for sex.
"It would seem that police were looking to generate an arrest where one was not necessary or based upon facts," he said.
Activist Kathryn Xian said the HPD has several internal misconduct cases involving prostitution stings. And she said that the officer didn't have to engage in sexual activity in making the arrest.
"We're aware of case where police have been disciplined for sexually assaulting prostituted victims or violating them in other ways," she said.
"We can't afford to have our law enforcement officers that represent justice step over boundaries sexually in order to establish a misdemeanor prostitution offense."
Officer Goo is expected to be in District Court tomorrow morning to testify about what's in his arrest report. If he doesn't, the case against the woman could be dismissed.
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SEATTLE (AP) - Six people have been charged with running what officials say was an organized prostitution ring.
U.S. Attorney Annette Hayes says the six advertised their prostitution business on the Backpage.com. Some of the members rented apartments, transported sex workers to various locations and collected money.
According to the complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Seattle, they made hundreds of thousands of dollars through the prostitution of Asian sex workers.
Hayes says Fang Wang of Queens, New York was the apparent leader of the operation. Wang was arrested in Columbus, Georgia.
Also arrested were Seattle residents Yongguang Wu, Yunzhong Chen, Yaoan He, Zhaofeng Zhang, and Renton, Washington, resident Steven Thompson.
They were charged with conspiracy to use a communication facility to promote prostitution. They made their initial court appearance on Friday.

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) —  http://komonews.com/news/local/12-men-arrested-in-online-child-sex-sting-operation-in-pierce-county
 Authorities have arrested and charged 12 men in connection with an online child sex sting operation by the Washington State Patrol's Missing and Exploited Children's Task Force.
Among the suspects was a state department of corrections employee.
He's a staff safety trainer who hasn't been officially charged yet. He bailed out over the weekend, and has been placed on 'home assignment' by the DOC pending further investigation into the serious allegations against him.























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The suspects all thought they had connected with children through the internet, but instead they were actually talking to undercover detectives. The detectives posed as a 13-year-old boy, 11-year-old sister and their mother who was a willing participant.
The suspects are accused of asking for sex with the children and setting up the encounter. When the suspects arrived, detectives were waiting.
The suspects snared over the weekend appeared before a judge Monday and were charged with child sex crimes. They are Hugo Pena Ramirez, James William, Fletcher Kilpatrick, Kyle Weaver and James Carter.
All were ordered held on $500,000 bail. Deputy prosecutor Joe Scovel told the judge in arguing for high bail, "There's no telling what else this defendant has done before the defendant was caught up in this sting."
























James William charged in WSP child sex sting. 7th operation since 2015. $1/2 mil bail on each suspect.  5pm

The sting is the same one that last week saw the arrests and charging of Namulauti Petueru, Eric Tanson, Christopher Gartside, Brad Henry and John Schliep. The 12th suspect was arrested late Monday night and is expected to be charged Tuesday.
"We just basically take advantage of the situation they're in, their desires," said WSP Lt. Mike Eggleston.
The suspects' desires, according to court papers, are to have sex with children.
"If we keep doing this, and we keep arresting people then obviously the problem still exists and we haven't conquered it," said Lt. Eggleston. "And so as long as there are kids out there that are being abused, we're going to keep going. We're going to keep fighting."
During this last operation, two children were removed from the homes of the suspects. In all, the State Patrol says 21 kids have been rescued.
"As a father I'm thinking, we need to hold these people accountable," said Mark Lindquist, Pierce county prosecutor. "I'm also thinking we need to send a message, 'if you're out there soliciting sex online from children, you could land in prison.'"
This is the seventh of these 'net nanny' operations in two years. A total of 86 people have been arrested. 
====SEOUL, South Korea — U.S. Forces Korea has banned servicemembers from buying drinks for workers in “juicy bars,” which have long been suspected of involvement in prostitution and human trafficking.
While the military has maintained a zero-tolerance policy toward prostitution, buying drinks in exchange for female company was not strictly prohibited by USFK. That changed with a new policy letter released to troops on Oct. 15.
“Paying for companionship directly supports human trafficking and is a precursor to prostitution,” USFK commander Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti wrote in announcing the change. “This practice encourages the objectification of women, reinforces sexist attitudes, and is demeaning to all human beings.”
Juicy bars are typically staffed by scantily clad women, usually brought in from the Philippines on entertainer visas, who sell pricey nonalcoholic drinks to servicemembers in exchange for their company. Patrons also can buy out the remainder of the employee’s workday and take them outside the club in a practice known as “bar-fining” or “buying a day off.”
“There are establishments outside our installations that support human trafficking, usually of young women, many of whom are brought into the country under false pretenses as entertainers and forced to work in bars or other establishments in violation of their visas,” Scaparroti wrote. “They are subjected to debt bondage and made to sell themselves as companions, or forced into prostitution.”
The U.S., South Korea and the Philippines have acknowledged links between juicy bars and prostitution and human trafficking.
The updated policy bans providing money or anything of value in exchange for a bar worker’s company inside or outside their place of employment, including fees to play darts or pool, or buying drinks or souvenirs. Violators are subject to UCMJ punishment, administrative action and punishment.
The policy applies to all military personnel in South Korea, including those on temporary or rotational duty, and to USFK-supported organizations. Department of Defense civilians, contractors, family members and visiting guests are encouraged to abide by the order.
The command said in an email that the policy update “was issued as part of the continuing efforts of USFK to combat prostitution and human trafficking.”
While USFK has long condemned prostitution and human trafficking, it has allowed troops to patronize juicy bars unless they were caught blatantly taking part in those practices.
In 2010, then-USFK commander Gen. Walter Sharp said all juicy bars should not be punished for the actions of a few.
“The bottom line is that juicy bars … have women that are there to talk to soldiers and sailors and airmen and Marines,” he said. “You can’t presume that things go beyond that, which is what you would have to do if you want to put them [all] off-limits.
“We, I think, investigate very clearly any allegation … if you’re in an establishment where it does go beyond that,” he added. “Then, if we investigate it and find that true, then we do put them off-limits. I think that we work very hard on that, and we’ve got a good system in place for it.”
Military officials have long complained of the difficulty in drawing direct links between the seemingly innocuous selling of “juice” and prostitution and human trafficking.
“We knew certain things were going on, but we didn’t have the proof necessarily,” Col. Michael Strunk, 51st Fighter Wing Mission Support Group commander at Osan Air Base, said earlier this year. The 7th Air Force says its crackdown on juicy bars has led to the closure of dozens of the establishments in the popular Songtan area in the past year and a half.
The South Korean government announced last year that it was increasing its oversight of businesses that hire foreigner entertainers, including a number that were near U.S. bases, in an effort to cut down on human rights violations;
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Sailor accused of raping, abusing girl in Virginia Beach

**Curtis' affidavit said that from January 27 to January 28 of 2017 McMeans used Facebook Messenger to send the girl "pictures of his genitalia, converse about the prior sexual abuse and invited [the girl] over to his house to engage in sexual acts." The detective noted that on January 28 she obtained warrants for McMeans' arrest and that police took him into custody a short time later.
Curtis stated that when she interviewed McMeans on January 29, he corroborated events and details the girl described and confirmed the Facebook Messenger conversation.
The court granted Curtis permission to search McMeans' Facebook page.
McMeans faces charges of Rape, Forcible Sodomy (3 counts), Object Sexual Penetration, Aggravated Sexual Battery (2 counts), and Use of Electronic Means for Child Sex Crime.
He is in the Virginia Beach Correctional Center and is listed as "unbondable." McMeans declined 13News Now's request for an interview.++++++++++




The criminal complaint alleges Jumana Nagarwala, M.D. of Northville, Michigan performed FGM on girls aged 6 to 8 years old. (Photo Courtesy CNN Newsource)
DETROIT - An emergency room doctor was arrested after she was accused of performing female genital mutilation on minor females.
The criminal complaint alleges Jumana Nagarwala, M.D. of Northville, Michigan performed FGM on girls aged 6 to 8 years old.She is charged for performing the surgeries at a medical office in Livonia.
"Dr. Nagarwala is alleged to have performed horrifying acts of brutality on the most vulnerable victims,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Blanco.
“The Department of Justice is committed to stopping female genital mutilation in this country, and will use the full power of the law to ensure that no girls suffer such physical and emotional abuse.”
“The allegations detailed in [the] criminal complaint are disturbing,” said Special Agent in Charge David Gelios. “The FBI, along with its law enforcement partners, are committed to doing whatever necessary to bring an end to this barbaric practice and to ensure no additional children fall victim to this procedure.”
The case is believed to be the first of its kind under the criminalization of FGM.
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Boise PD says the arrest of Daniel R. Oneil stems from an ongoing investigation that began in December 2016 after officiaof child porn.
Boise PD says the arrest of Daniel R. Oneil stems from an ongoing investigation that began in December 2016 after officials received a tip that he had illegal images.
Officers served a search warrant on his home in February and found many of the images to involve children under the age of eight. There's no evidence that any of the children were local.
He's been booked into the Ada County Jail and now faces eight felony charges of sexual exploitation of a child.


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BREMERTON, Wash. - Bremerton detectives arrested a 19-year-old man Tuesday after an investigation into the possession of child pornography.
Earlier this year, detectives received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that child pornography was being downloaded to an address in Bremerton.
An investigation, with help from the internet service provider, revealed the identity and location of the suspect.
The man was interviewed by detectives and later confessed to downloading and possessing child pornography, according to officers.
He was booked into the Kitsap County Jail on investigation of possession of depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
His bail was set at $50,000.

https://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases/2015/lr23334.htm


U.S. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Litigation Release No. 23334 / September 4, 2015

Accounting and Auditing Enforcement Release No. AAER-3688 / September 4, 2015

Securities and Exchange Commission v. Summit Asset Strategies Investment Management, LLC et al., Civil Action No. 2:15-cv-01429 (W.D. Wa.)

SEC Charges Seattle-Area Hedge Fund Adviser with Taking Unearned Management Fees

Two Accountants Charged With Performing Deficient Audit of Fund

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a Bellevue, Wash.-based investment advisory firm and its CEO with fraudulently inflating the values of investments in the portfolio of a private fund they advised so they could attain unearned management fees. The SEC also charged the fund's outside auditors with performing a deficient audit that enabled the firm to send misleading financial statements to investors.
Chris Yoo and his firm Summit Asset Strategies Investment Management agreed to pay more than $1 million to settle the fraud charges arising from Summit Stable Value Fund. Yoo and another of his advisory firms, Summit Asset Strategies Wealth Management agreed to pay over $180,000 to settle fraud charges related to his failure to inform clients that Summit Asset Strategies Wealth Management received significant fees when referring them to invest in the fund.
According to the SEC's complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington:
  • Yoo and Summit Asset Strategies Investment Management were entitled to withdraw as compensation Summit Stable Value Fund's net profits, which were calculated by determining realized and unrealized gains and losses. They also were required to return any excess net profits to the fund as determined in an annual audit.
  • Beginning in 2011, Yoo directed the firm to withdraw purported fees that were based on fraudulently inflated investment values or were otherwise disproportionate from the fund's actual profits.
  • As part of the scheme, Yoo falsely claimed that the fund owned a specific bank asset that had appreciated to approximately $2 million in value. In reality, the fund owned an entirely different asset that was worth less than $200,000. As a result of Yoo's false claim, the fund's 2013 financial statements materially overstated the fund's investment values.
  • In total, Yoo and Summit Asset Strategies Investment Management withdrew nearly $900,000 in purported fees to which they were not entitled.
Without admitting or denying the allegations, Yoo and Summit Asset Strategies Investment Management agreed to the entry of an order (1) enjoining them from violations of Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 ("Exchange Act") and Rule 10b-5 thereunder, Section 17(a) of the Securities Act of 1933 ("Securities Act"), and Sections 206(1), 206(2), and 206(4) of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ("Advisers Act") and Rule 206(4)-8(a) thereunder, with Yoo also agreeing to an injunction regarding violations of Section 207 of the Advisers Act; and (2) imposing disgorgement of $889,301 plus prejudgment interest of $104,632 and a penalty of $150,000, all on a joint and several basis. Without admitting or denying the allegations, Summit Asset Strategies Wealth Management agreed to the entry of an order (1) enjoining it from violations of Sections 206(1), 206(2), and 207 of the Advisers Act; and (2) imposing disgorgement of $81,729.14 plus prejudgment interest of $6,611.75 and a penalty of $100,000. Yoo also agreed to be barred from the securities industry.
According to the SEC's order instituting a settled administrative proceeding against the Summit Stable Value Fund's external auditors Raymon Holmdahl and Kanako Matsumoto:
  • They did not adhere to generally accepted auditing standards and performed a deficient audit of the fund's 2013 financial statements, which materially overstated the fund's valuation and ownership interest in certain assets.
  • Although the auditors recognized that Yoo's valuations posed a significant risk to the proper presentation of the fund's financial statements, they failed to obtain sufficient appropriate audit evidence with respect to the existence of certain fund assets. Therefore, they failed to discover that the fund did not own the assets claimed by Yoo.
Holmdahl and Matsumoto agreed to settle the charges without admitting or denying the findings by agreeing to be suspended for three years from practicing as an accountant on behalf of any publicly-traded company or other entity regulated by the SEC.
Kanako has more than 16 years of experience in public accounting, including extensive experience working with clients in governmental entities, real estate, and not-for-profit organizations. She works closely with such clients as Washington State Local Government Investment Pool, University of Washington, Washington Economic Development Authority, and the Washington State Auditor’s Office.
“Dedicated” is the best word to describe her work with clients. Kanako understands that clients face time constraints or other challenging circumstances. She has a track record of ensuring that her clients meet their requirements.
Born in Kyoto, Japan, Kanako has worked hard to become fully bi-cultural. This journey has helped to prepare her to be a true advisor to investors and businesses facing the challenges they encounter when locating in our region.
Professional/Civic Organizations
  • Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiner
  • Japan-America Society of Washington State, Executive Board Member and Treasurer
Education
  • Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, Accounting concentration, magna cum laude, University of Washington
Industries


Bellevue investment manager settles SEC case for $1.2M | The Seattle ...

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SEATTLE /Bellevue,WA98004— Federal prosecutors have charged the former head of a Bellevue wealth management firm accused of running a Ponzi scheme with wire fraud and making false statements to the United States.
Seattlepi.com reports charges against Summit Asset Strategies CEO Chris Young Yoo were unsealed Monday.
Yoo’s attorney Michelle Peterson says her client will be pleading guilty as part of a plea deal.
The charges are related to claims that he misled his firm’s clients while using new investments to cover old losses and enrich himself.
Yoo previously reached a $1 million civil settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission related to the fraud, which began in 2006 and ended with Yoo’s clients losing about $3.5 million.
The fraud was discovered in 2015. Yoo filed for bankruptcy in January 2016. That matter remains in litigation.





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Police are highly concerned with a complex robbery at a Marysville pawn shop, where thieves set up a diversion to steal nearly $200,000.
The five people distracted two employees at the counter, while the sixth person went around the corner and entered the office.
Detectives report the at-large suspects were driving a brown mini van. According to the detectives, the suspects may have worn the hijabs as a disguise; many of the women fidgeted with the hijabs, suggesting they were unfamiliar with the head scarf.
Authorities tell KIRO 7 News that this type of robbery, with groups of people distracting employees, is a trend nationwide.

Jerry’s Pawnshop has since called other shops in the area to warn them about the crime.



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OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. - A school bus driver in Florida has been arrested and charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography, deputies said.
Jonathan Cory Widows, 24, was arrested Friday after deputies said they received tips Widows was downloading child porn
Detectives searched his home and found 10 pornographic images of children on his computer devices, deputies said.
Widows is being held on a $50,000 bail.
The school district is aware of Widows' arrest and he is in the process of being terminated, deputies said.
Deputies have not said if the pornographic images involved children he cared for while he was a bus driver with the district.

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EVERETT, Wash. – “Go kill yourself,” said Gary Vander Giessen, is the insult his 7th grade granddaughter heard daily before committing suicide. The family of Vylit Vander Giessen blame bullying for the death of their loved one.
The young girl’s death is part of a disturbing trend, said one psychologist, that can’t be left for schools to solve.
“There’s something going on in our schools early, that children are led to believe it’s OK to bully, it’s normal,” said Vander Giessen.
Vander Giessen said his granddaughter was told she was worthless and worse at school and on social media before her death.













































WANTED BY DOC IN SNOHOMISH COUNTY —
“Do you like me? Because I can tell you right now, I like you:” A creepy come-on line used by this convicted sex offender to try and prey on a teen girl.
Simon Veliz was 43 years old when he was busted for that sex crime just a couple years ago.
He’s also been convicted of preying on an eight year old girl in 2007 and a 14 year old girl in 2011 — assaulting her on a porch swing and trying to break into her home when she ran from him and locked herself inside.
“On top of the sex offenses, this Level 3 sex offender has a very lengthy criminal history,” says Department of Corrections Ofc. Emily Isaacs. “He has a Robbery 1, a drug possession, domestic violence-related convictions, theft of a firearm. This is an individual who’s very violent. He’s on the run. He preys on small children and we need your help to find him now.”
He’s wanted for failing to register as a sex offender in Snohomish County.
A Level 3 sex offender is the ‘worst of the worst’ and highest risk to re-offend.
The tattoos above his eyebrows and all over his face and neck are just some of the ink he’s got all over his body.
If you know where he’s hiding, call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS, or use the P3 Tips App to submit your information.



EVERETT, Wash. - An Everett man caught collecting child pornography and trolling for teenage girls on instant messaging apps will head back to prison, this time for 15 years.
James W. Stilson, 40, was arrested in December 2015 after federal probation officers discovered he was accessing the internet. Stilson was on probation at the time for child pornography crimes and related offenses, and banned from using the internet.
Investigators’ fears were confirmed by a review of Stilson’s electronics. Not only had he been collecting child molestation images and videos again, he was posing online as a boy to collect nude photos of girls. Stilson sent one young girl child pornography in an attempt to convince her to send him explicit photos.
Stilson was convicted on federal child pornography possession charges in 2004 while living in New Mexico. Imprisoned for two years, he moved to Washington in 2009 before fleeing the country after probation officers learned he had been going online.
He was caught sneaking back into the United States in 2012 and convicted of failing to register as a sex offender. He had been on probation for two years when he was arrested.
Shortly before his arrest, a federal probation officer spotted Stilson through a window using a smartphone, a no-no for him. Police brought in Bear, the Seattle Police Department dog trained to find electronic devices, who searched the home and found three smartphones and other digital devices.
Investigators found that Stilson had been corresponding with teen girls on the KIK and MeetMe instant messaging services. He sent girls pictures of his penis, as well as child pornography.
“He actively sought out minors in an effort to sexually exploit them,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Matthew Hampton said in court papers. “That conduct reflects a clear escalation. … Plainly, Stilson’s sexual attraction to minors is not confined to the collection of child pornography. If given the chance, he is capable of far worse.”Investigators also seized videos and images of child molestation Stilson had collected online. Stilson ultimately pleaded guilty to possession and distribution of child pornography.
In statements to the court, Stilson’s defense attorney said he accessed child pornography as part of an “inappropriate addiction and habit … to reduce stress and need to escape.” For his part, Stilson said he hopes to be honest with others in prison about his crimes.“I am committed to making more of my life than the sum of my failures,” Stilson said in a letter to Chief U.S. District Judge Ricardo Martinez, who sentenced Stilson. “And I am sincerely sorry to your honor, for letting you down, to the probation department, to my family, friends and employer, who had faith in me, and to the victims.”
Due to Stilson’s criminal history, he faced a mandatory 15-year prison term. Martinez imposed that sentence on Friday following a hearing at the federal courthouse in Seattle.









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CLOVIS, N.M. - A mother and son in New Mexico who publicly admitted to being involved in an incestuous relationship have agreed to a plea deal, just before their trial was to begin.
Monica Mares, 37, and Caleb Peterson, 20, accepted the plea deal Wednesday morning, just before jury selection was to begin in their case, KOAT reported.
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Their illegal relationship was revealed in February 2016, when a neighbor confronted them and called police. The case went viral worldwide, and Mares and Peterson told the Daily Mail that they wanted to raise awareness about "Genetic Sexual Attraction."
Mares and Peterson entered a no contest plea to the third-degree felony incest charge and will each serve 18 months of probation. The pair are forbidden to have verbal or physical contact during the probation period. After probation, the two can resume contact that is permitted by state law, petition the state to change the incest law or move to another state, according to The Eastern New Mexico News.



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