Oregon Female Accused of Rape
(Clatsop County, Oregon) A 20-year-old woman, Alejandra Espinoza, has pleaded not guilty to allegations of raping and sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy.
Espinoza faces counts of rape and third-degree sex abuse.
A few days later during an interview at the Pettis County Sheriff’s office, Porter admitted to getting drunk with the teen at her home on Southwood Drive.Porter was booked into the Pettis County Jail.
She said she had sex with the boy twice within the last few weeks and knew he was 13.
Authorities uncovered the relationship while investigating the victim’s status as a runaway. The victim told investigators that he had been staying with Sianez at her mother’s home in Tempe.Sianez was booked into custody at the Tempe City Jail.
According to court documents, a search warrant on Sianez phone showed “numerous photographs of Nikki and the victim hugging and kissing, as if they were in a romantic relationship."
Authorities allege a Hagerstown woman arranged to sell sex to two East Central Indiana men through a Craigslist ad.Reportedly, men paid $125 for a sex act.
Tiffany Anne Cottrell, 31, is charged with two counts of prostitution, a Class A misdemeanor carrying a maximum one-year jail term, in Wayne Superior Court 3.
"... It is an opera, after all. Some of it may even have been in Norwegian — the language of the original composer. The themes were all there — light vs. dark, good vs. evil. Subtitles, anyone?Americans United for the Separation of Church and State will continue to bully. Congratulations to Willoughby's South High School students – oops, "The Willoughby Singers" – for persevering!
I don’t know if the audience knew any better than me what it was all about.
But there was dance. Photography. Music that was spectacular, truly collegiate level in its sparkling excellence. Outstanding musicians. Simple staging. The audience was riveted.
And that’s when I had an epiphany. This audience knew EXACTLY what was going on.
Forget the plot. Art was going on. And they loved it."
The production, called "I am Martol" was written partially by Ben Richard, the school's choir director. According to the school district, Richard used music by Ola Gjeilo, a young Norwegian composer.Students say "I Am Martol" is simply an opera about the struggle between good and evil. Participation was voluntary and no students are being forced to attend the production. The Willoughby-Eastlake School District’s legal department is reviewing the situation. A Go Fund Me account has been created to raise money for a new venue for the performance in anticipation that the show can be presented at a later date.
[Alex Luchenitser, a legal director for Americans United for Separation of Church and State] called it a religious opera and said public school teachers have no business promoting religion. He acknowledged he had not read the opera and relied on the complainant's description.
The FBI says a sailor took illegal photographs of classified systems on the U.S. Navy's Groton-based, nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Alexandria and later tried to destroy the evidence when he learned that the Navy and FBI were investigating.OK
The Navy was alerted to the security breach when the town dump foreman in Hampton found a cellular telephone in a Dumpster and decided to keep it to replace his own. When he noticed that the phone contained photographs, he showed them to a retired Navy chief, who called the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.
U.S. Attorney Deirdre M. Daly said Friday that a federal grand jury has charged Kristian Saucier, 28, of Arlington, Vt., with unlawfully retaining photos taken inside restricted areas of a nuclear attack submarine, and obstructing an investigation.
The boy told police that earlier in June, he went to stay all night with a 14-year-old male friend. Sammons, whom the boy saw snorting pills at the home, began watching YouTube videos with the boys.Sammons was booked into custody at the Tygart Valley Regional Jail in lieu of $25,000 bail.
When the 14-year-old friend left the room, Sammons touched the victim's genitals through his shorts. The boy told police he told Sammons that he didn't want her to do that to him, but she refused to stop.