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    Transgender child molester and accused murderer Hannah Tubbs appeared in court in California on Friday for a brief hearing in the murder case, and was remanded in custody on a $1 million bond. Tubbs, 26, has been charged with murder over the April 2019 killing of Michael Clark, who was robbed and drowned while camping in Lake Isabella, a picturesque tourist town on the edge of Sequoia National Forest, 150 miles north of Los Angeles. Charges were filed on May 10. On Friday, in a very brief appearance before Judge David Zulfa in Bakersfield, California, Tubbs was held in custody until a next hearing, set for June. No plea was entered. Tubbs is seen in court on Friday, in Bakersfield. During a brief hearing, which lasted less than a minute, Tubbs was remanded to a male jail until their June hearing Tubbs was charged on May 10 with the murder of Michael Clark, 22, who was killed in April 2019 while camping in Lake Isabella, California Tubbs is pictured being ushered out of court in Bakersfield, California on Friday after the...
    The 14-year-old boy charged with the rape and murder of Wisconsin girl Lily Peters is the son of a convicted pedophile, DailyMail.com can reveal. Adam Berger, 37, spent three years in jail after being caught with a stash of pornographic images of prepubescent girls on his phone. Berger's son Carson Peters-Berger, 14, is now facing a possible life sentence after being charged with three counts over Lily's death: first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree sexual assault and first-degree sexual assault of a child.  According to charging documents for Adam Berger, 10 pornographic photos showing very young girls in spread-legged positions were found on his phone. Some of them had been doctored to include comments such as 'first in ur little girls a**hole and then in ur mouth mom.' Adam Berger's son Carson Peters-Berger, 14, is now facing a possible life sentence after being charged with three counts over Lily's death. The father and son are pictured together  Police arrested Carson Peters-Berger, 14, in connection with the murder of Lily Peters, 10 Lily Peters, 10, visited her aunt's home in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin...
    Smartly dressed in a navy print blouse and a chunky resin necklace: this is the child welfare boss whose social workers sent five of the traumatized Turpin children to live with an alleged pedophile. Charity Douglas, 50, has run the Riverside County Children's Services Division since September 2018 when her predecessor was forced out over an abuse case that saw a 13-year-old girl repeatedly raped and left pregnant by her mother's boyfriend. Douglas, who has worked for Riverside County since 2013 and earns a handsome $214,765 salary, is now facing questions after DailyMail.com revealed that the Turpin children were left in the care of Marcelino Olguin, 63, who has been charged with the sexual abuse of two of them and of physically and mentally torturing all five. Charity Douglas, 50, is the child welfare boss whose social workers sent five Turpin children to live with an alleged pedophile Police raided the Turpins' four-bedroom house in Perris, California in early 2018 and found many of the malnourished children shackled to their beds by chains, living in unimaginable filth Marcelino Olguin, 63,...
    CAMDEN, New Jersey -- A New Jersey man has been arrested and charged after a 12-year-old boy was found unresponsive on a school bus, according to officials.Troy Nokes, 35, was charged on March 21 with aggravated ,manslaughter, endangering the welfare of a child, employing a juvenile in a drug distribution scheme, and other crimes. According to investigators, the child was found unresponsive on his school bus on January 24. Life-saving measures were performed by the school nurse until EMS arrived and transported the child to the hospital.Authorities said the child succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead on February 1.A postmortem exam determined the cause of death was drug intoxication, specifically fentanyl, officials said.Investigators said the boy lived at a home where Nokes, his uncle, is accused of manufacturing fentanyl the weekend before his death.Nokes is also charged with directing the child to clean paraphernalia that contained fentanyl. Witnesses indicated that the child was not wearing gloves at the time, investigators said.A second defendant, Joanna Johnson, is charged with tampering with evidence and hindering apprehension. Both...
    A driver is facing felony charges for allegedly accidentally running over a friend while drunk, authorities said, and then passing out in a car in Placentia while a child was in the vehicle. A 25-year-old woman is facing felony assault, child endangerment and DUI charges following her Feb. 26 arrest at a Placentia park, court records show. According to Placentia Sgt. Bryce Angel, the suspect was drinking at the park with a female friend who had left her 1-year-old daughter in a car seat. The mother got out of the car, Angel said, and the suspect allegedly backed over her. The suspect stopped in a parking lot a few hundred feet away, and was “discovered passed out behind the wheel and clearly drunk” by officers, the sergeant said. The mother was taken to a hospital with bruises and scrapes, Angel said, while the child was unharmed. The suspect pleaded not guilty to the charges during a hearing on Tuesday and was released on her own recognizance, court records show. Related Articles Man and his 3-year-old daughter killed when truck...
    SAN JOSE — A city resident who worked at the Campbell Community Center has been charged with possessing child pornography after he admitted to authorities he’d been viewing it for years. Brian Risso, 61, was charged with a single count of child pornography possession, and remains in jail pending the outcome of a detention hearing Tuesday afternoon. The charge carries a maximum of 20 years in federal prison. The FBI served a search warrant at Risso’s San Jose home on Feb. 15, and he told agents he wasn’t surprised when they said they were conducting a child exploitation investigation, according to the criminal complaint. He admitted to having some “pretty bad (expletive) on his computer,” and a search yielded videos of children being raped and sexually abused. Risso said he had “no excuses” and admitted to seeing kids every day at his job. He said sometimes seeing children at work made him question why he was viewing child sexual abuse material. “That’s the paradox. That’s the thing, you know, when I look at this and I go, what the hell...
    Police arrested a Texas father Thursday after investigators determined he likely intentionally abused and starved his four-year-old son to death last summer. Brandon Lee Cervera, 28, was charged with one count of injury to a child with the intent to cause serious bodily injury this week after investigators uncovered 'alarming evidence' that he was abusing his son, Benjamin Cervera. Cell phone video seized by San Antonio police reportedly showed a starving Benjamin, 4, 'hitting himself on the head with his hands and asking for bread,' according to an arrest report obtained by KSAT. In one clip, the toddler was 'shaking uncontrollably, crying, and begging for bread and water' while Cervera and another relative declined his request. Another video showed Benjamin being forced to drink hand sanitizer and 'begging for water while crying and waving his hand in front of his mouth saying it was burning.' The footage also revealed that the child was forced to 'eat bread crumbs off the bathroom floor without the use of his hands.' Benjamin was also pictured in photographs with 'severely bruised and swollen' eyes. Authorities launched their investigation...
    Paislee Shultis was abducted aged four in 2019. She is now six The parents and grandfather of a 6-year-old New York girl who'd been found alive under the stairs of her parents' home after having been missing for two years appeared in court for the first time on Wednesday. Kimberly Cooper, 33, and Kirk Shultis Jr., 32, were arrested Monday night after police found Paislee Shultis, 6, being held in a dark, wet room underneath the staircase in a Saugerties home. They kept her in isolation from society for more than two years. Shultis Jr., his father, Kirk Shultis Sr. and Cooper all appeared in court Wednesday. The Shultis men refused to answer questions.  The father and son were charged with one count each of felony custodial interference in the first degree and misdemeanor child endangerment. They are scheduled to appear in court again on April 27.  Cooper also declined to answer any questions and covered her face with a hoodie. She's been charged with second-degree custodial interference and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child, though prosecutor Lauren Swan...
    Paislee Shultis was abducted aged four in 2019. She is now six A mother accused of abducting her daughter and hiding her in a hovel-like makeshift room beneath the stairs of their upstate New York home was seen appearing to smirk in her mugshot while the girl's father sported a blank expression.  Kimberly Cooper, 33, and Kirk Shultis Jr., 32, were arrested Monday night after police found Paislee Shultis, 6, being held in a dark, wet room underneath the staircase in a Saugerties home. They kept her in isolation from society for more than two years.   After rescuing Paislee, who was reportedly found in good health, detectives treated the girl to a McDonald's Happy Meal after removing her from the home. Saugerties Police Chief Joseph Sinagra told CBS New York the girl was on her way to the police station when they passed the fast-food restaurant. She told the officers she hadn't eaten there in a long time, prompting them to turn around and buy her the meal.  After being 'released in good health,' Paislee was reunited with her older sister and unidentified...
    A Missouri man who wanted to ban LGBTQ books from North Kansas City Schools school libraries over sexual images and situations was charged with molesting a child, court documents show.  Ryan Utterback, a 29-year-old parent, allegedly fondled a child and was charged with that a felony for crime as well, alongside a misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree domestic assault, according to court documents. The Kansas City resident is also facing misdemeanor charges of furnishing or attempting to furnish pornographic material to a minor in separate case. Utterback is accused of two instances of child molestation in 2020, allegedly touching a 12-year-old girl under her clothes in one case, and rubbing another teen’s leg underneath her jeans in another case.  He had been advocating for the removal of several LGBTQ books that featured sexual situations or imagery, while citing the issue of parental rights in choosing what his children are exposed to.  'I definitely understand their struggles, and it's not lost on me,' he told KMBC in November prior to his arrest this month. 'But again, those conversations are to be had at...
    Proceedings have been rescheduled in a federal case involving an 80-year-old Vallejo man charged with traveling to the Philippines with the intent to have illicit sex with a child and conspiring to do the same. Balbino Guerrero Sablad, who was indicted July 15 by a federal grand jury in Sacramento, was scheduled for a status conference on Jan. 13; however, the judge postponed the matter until March17, court records show. Sablad remains in custody without bail in Sacramento County Jail. According to court documents, in 2019 Sablad flew to the western Pacific island nation with the intention of engaging in sexual conduct with a child under the age of 16, said Phillip A. Talbert, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento. Sablad is alleged to have engaged in sexual chats with the intended victim over Facebook and had sent her at least $1,800 before he traveled to the Philippines. He allegedly also had discussed with a co-conspirator his plan to sexually abuse the victim once he got there, noted Talbert. Sablad, who requires a Tagalog interpreter...
    The child, the report added, never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead en route to the hospital. The U.K.'s Sun reported that the suspect — who hails from Saint-Jeoire — is offering his full cooperation with the investigation. He remains in custody in eastern France's Bonneville region. An investigating source said, "The skier involved in the death has been indicted for manslaughter. He has been placed under judicial control and is specifically accused of a deliberate violation of safety obligations." If convicted, the skier could face up to five years in prison and an $85,000 fine.What else it there to know about this?The child's family, according to the report, is "suffering from extreme shock." Jean-Paul Constant, mayor of nearby Arâches-la-Frasse, said that authorities are desperately seeking emotional counsel for the family, which is devastated by the loss of the child. "We are actively looking for a psychologist who speaks English for the family, who have returned to [their home in] Geneva," Constant said according to Sky News. "They are suffering from extreme shock, as are many...
    A Texas mother faces child endangerment charges after forcing her 14-year-old son to ride in the trunk of her car to get a COVID test at a drive-thru site.  Sarah Beam, 42, from the Cyprus-Fairbanks area near Houston, allegedly packed the teen in the trunk as she drove to the testing site at Ken Pridgeon Stadium after he tested positive for the virus on January 3 to get another test. Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department (Cy-Fair ISD PD) issued a warrant for her arrest Friday, according to KETK. Police said Beam pulled to the giant tent set up on Falcon Road when Bevin Gordon, the health services director at the site, heard a noise inside her trunk.  Beam, who has worked in the Cy-Fair district as a teacher since 2011, told Gordon that her son had tested positive for the virus and had to be quarantined, according to the court affidavit. She told Gordon she placed in him the trunk in order to protect herself from the virus and wanted to get him an additional test, police said.  Police did...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A city resident is facing up to six months in jail and a $5,000 fine after he was allegedly caught taking videos of a young boy and dozens of adults as they used a public restroom on the San Francisco shoreline, court records show. Gamaniel Flores Guya, of San Francisco, was charged in federal court with a misdemeanor invasion of privacy, stemming from an arrest on July 2, 2020, when a restroom user reportedly caught Flores Guya filming him and informed the United States Park Police. It is being charged in federal court because the incident occurred on Crissy Field East Beach, which is under federal jurisdiction. Prosecutors allege in court records that a man using the restroom noticed a camera pointed at him in the adjacent stall. A man later identified as Flores Guya was allegedly sitting in the stall, with the camera propped up against his ankles. Federal police interviewed Flores Guya, who initially denied wrongdoing but then admitted to recording people using the restroom over the past two hours. Officers examined the camera roll...
    Jana Duggar has explained that her citation for endangering the welfare of a child was the result of a child slipping out of the house while she was babysitting — and while it was 'scary,' it was also an 'accident' and 'the child was unharmed.' Last week, news broke that the 31-year-old was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor, on September 9. Jana — who has no children of her own but is frequently tasked with caring for her younger siblings, nieces, and nephews — entered a plea deal and is expected to appear in the Washington County District Court on January 10, DailyMail.com confirmed. The news made headlines in the wake of her older brother Josh's conviction on child pornography charges, pushing Jana into a spotlight. And now she has released a statement addressing the incident, insisting that she was 'certainly never arrested' and is mostly just 'upset at myself that it had happened.' Jana Duggar has explained that her citation for endangering the welfare of a child was the result of a child slipping out of...
    JESSA Duggar revealed why her sister Jana was charged with child endangerment and demanded that fans give her a "break." The Counting On star was charged on September 10 and posted $430 bail. 5Jessa defended her sister JanaCredit: Instagram/Jana Duggar 5She claimed her child endangerment case was an 'innocent mistake'Credit: Social Media - Refer to source Jessa, 29, took to her Instagram stories on Monday night to defend her older sister Jana, 31, whose child endangerment charges recently came to light. The reality star posted a message to fans, reading: "Getting messages about headlines about Jana. Bottom line - it was an innocent mistake. "She was babysitting and one of the kids slipped out the door unnoticed, but it ended safely." Jessa continued: "Could've happened to anyone. The media is sensationalizing this because of other current family circumstances and it makes me so mad. "She's without question one of the most amazing women I know and I'd trust her with my kids any day of the week. "Do me a favor - give the girl a break, and all you...
    AMY Duggar said “watching multiple kids is hard.” The 35-year-old made the comment after her cousin Jana was charged with endangering the welfare of a child. 6Amy said 'watching multiple kids is hard'Credit: Instagram @amyrachelleking 6She showed her support for cousin Jana following her child endangerment chargeCredit: Instagram amyduggar Amy took to her Instagram Story on Saturday to defend Jana following the charge, writing: “I will call out what is right and I will call out what is wrong. This couldn’t have been intentional. Thank God the child was ok and found! “I bet you were exhausted, stressed, and just emotionally worn out. “Watching multiple kids is hard! Bc there’s so many of them and you only have two eyes!!” The post concluded: “It’s a very sad situation going on and my heart goes out to @janamduggar love you.” AMY'S SHADE? Amy showed her support for Jana, 31, shortly after Counting On fans wondered if she was shading her cousin in another Instagram Story post. Alongside a photo of her son Daxton watching TV, Amy wrote: "I'm home with little...
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    Jana Duggar has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child in Arkansas.  The reality TV star has been charged with a misdemeanor charge, an Elms Springs district clerk confirmed to Daily Mail. The local county clerk confirmed she was cited on September 9, 2021.   An Elm Springs district clerk confirmed that she has entered a plea deal and is expected to appear in the Washington County District Court on January 10.   The news comes one day after her brother Josh was found guilty of downloading a vile trove of 'the worst of the worst' child porn.  He was charged with two counts of downloading and possessing child pornography.  Jana was spotted attending her brother's trial in Fayetteville, Arkansas on Tuesday. She appeared in 'high spirits laughing and mingling with family during breaks, including Josh,' The Sun reported.  Jana is the second child and first daughter of Jim and Michelle Duggar. 
    JANA Duggar has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child, The Sun can confirm. This week, Jana's brother Josh was found guilty on two counts of child pornography. 1Jana Duggar has been charged with endangering the welfare of a childCredit: TLC The 31-year-old has pleaded not guilty and her next court date is January 10 2022 at 1.30pm, the clerk confirmed. Per Arkansas laws, these charges can be either a “class A or B misdemeanor,” and penalties can include anything from jail time to fines. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.