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A year-old man has been sentenced to almost eight years in jail for having sex with underage girls, filming them, and even paying them with cash, alcohol , and cigarettes. Ryan Suttle, from Dapto south of Sydney, was charged with 86 offences and pleaded guilty to 45 charges by way of a plea bargain. Ryan Suttle, from Dapto south of Sydney, was charged with 86 offences and plead guilty to 45 charges by way of a plea bargain. He and others must find the harshness of custodial punishment and learn the consequences of sexual offending against children,' he said.
A year-old Chester man has been charged with sexually abusing teenage boys, and possessing more than 1, images and videos of child pornography, according to a release from Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun Copeland. Carr, of the block of Curran Street, is charged with multiple counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child, solicitation to perform involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, unlawful contact with a minor, and trafficking in minors, all felonies of the first degree, as well as corrupting the morals of a minor and 50 counts each of possession of child pornography and criminal use of a communication facility, felonies of the third degree. The investigation began June 27, when Bucci received word that Carr was paying teenage boys cash to perform sexual acts. Carr routinely employed friends, acquaintances and teenage boys to help him with chores around the house, according to the release. Two of the teenagers said they had sexual contact with Carr and two others said Carr solicited them to perform sexual acts, according to the release. The alleged crimes occurred at residences in Colwyn and Chester between April and June , according to the release. The devices were submitted to the CID Computer Forensics Unit, which allegedly found sexually explicit videos and images depicting males and females under the age of 18 — including infants and toddlers — being sexually assaulted by adults and other minors.
According a Baltimore Police Department report obtained by ABC15 , Stringer paid boys younger than 15, one of whom had a mental disability, to perform sex acts and allegedly molested the boys more than 10 times. ABC15 reported that Stringer pleaded to lesser charges and was sentenced to five years of probation and 1, hours of community service. The case was ultimately expunged. These latest reports about David Stringer are disgusting and deeply disturbing. However, these revelations are far worse than anything we were aware of before. Stringer with the information on Wednesday afternoon and again asked him to resign, which he finally did. Stringer faced a Wednesday deadline to turn over documents subpoenaed by the ethics committee. He initially asked the court to intervene but withdrew the request moments before the hearing was supposed to begin in Maricopa County Superior Court. The ethics probe began in January after the Phoenix New Times published a copy of a case history the newspaper obtained from the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.