Prostitution – Fall Of 55 http://fallof55.com/ Thu, 19 May 2022 18:38:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://fallof55.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/fall-of-55-icon-150x150.png Prostitution – Fall Of 55 http://fallof55.com/ 32 32 Principal accused of trying to hire 15-year-old prostitute http://fallof55.com/principal-accused-of-trying-to-hire-15-year-old-prostitute/ Thu, 19 May 2022 18:38:00 +0000 http://fallof55.com/principal-accused-of-trying-to-hire-15-year-old-prostitute/ Eagle Ridge Middle School principal Mohamed Ali Selim, 38, of Lakeville, was arrested during a police sting operation.

SAVAGE, Minn. — Hennepin County prosecutors say a Burnsville-Eagan-Savage Public Schools high school principal tried to hire a 15-year-old prostitute, but the person he thought was a teenage girl was actually an undercover policeman.

Eagle Ridge Middle School Principal Mohamed Ali Selim, 38, of Lakeville, is facing a felony charge of one count of prostitution involving a minor.

Selim was arrested Tuesday during a multi-jurisdictional police operation that took place in Saint-Louis Park. “Officers placed advertisements on several websites offering prostitution services,” according to the criminal complaint.

Prosecutors say Selim began texting the undercover officer posing as the 15-year-old girl.

According to the criminal complaint, the officer texted, “I’m 15, but that’s okay with me if it’s ok with you.” Selim reportedly laughed and texted “Ok, that’s fine” but then asked “So you’re 15?”

Prosecutors say Selim said it was too young and it wasn’t going to work, but then Selim apparently changed his mind and agreed to meet her at St. Louis Park.

According to the criminal complaint, Selim said his age made him very nervous, but he would still come to see her so they could “spend some time together.”

Officers arrested Selim upon arrival and described him as “distraught” and saying “his life/career is over”.

Three other men were arrested during Tuesday’s undercover operation. They were booked and released. Selim remains in the Hennepin County Jail “due to his position of authority working with children,” according to a news release from the St. Louis Park Police Department.

“This is a tough day for the school and for the district,” ISD 191 Superintendent Dr. Theresa Battle said in a news release. “It will be difficult for all of us to process this. At the same time, we will continue our commitment to providing a high-quality education and experience for students at the end of the school year.”

The school district statement further indicates that counselors will be available for students and staff.

Associate Principal Bill Heim will serve as interim principal at Eagle Ridge Middle School.

The Savage Police Department released this statement confirming Selim’s arrest:

The Savage City Police Department has been notified of a multi-jurisdictional law enforcement operation that took place in St. Louis Park, MN on 05-17-2022. Details have been shared with the Savage Police Department that Mohamed Ali Selim, principal of Eagle Ridge Middle School, was arrested in connection with the operation. At this time, the Savage Police Department is not aware of any complaints or allegations regarding Selim in the town of Savage. The Savage Police Department was not involved in the law enforcement operation and is not actively assisting in the subsequent investigation of the Selim-related allegations. If you, or someone in your care and custody, believe you have been the victim of a crime associated with Selim that occurred in the town of Savage, please contact the Savage Police Department (952-882-2600). The Savage Police Department encourages anyone with additional information or questions to contact the St. Louis Park Police Department (952-924-2600), Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (651-793-7000) or the office from the Hennepin County District Attorney (612-348-5550).

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Plans for Affordable Orlando Hotel Apartments to Reduce Crime http://fallof55.com/plans-for-affordable-orlando-hotel-apartments-to-reduce-crime/ Tue, 17 May 2022 02:47:00 +0000 http://fallof55.com/plans-for-affordable-orlando-hotel-apartments-to-reduce-crime/ Orlando city leaders revealed plans to turn a decades-old hotel into an apartment complex at a community meeting on Monday, and area residents hope it will not only bring more affordable housing, but will also reduce crime in the neighborhood. off, and the homeless have nowhere to go because the Salvation Army is closed,” resident Lori Carroll said at the town hall meeting. Carroll lives near the Ambassador Hotel on Colonial Drive. When she moved six years ago, she said the landlord didn’t take care of things. “There were mattresses and prostitution right next to me,” Carroll said. “As for the Ambassador Hotel, it was happening there too.” One Stop Housing managing partner Mark Vengroff recently bought the hotel to turn it into Palm Gardens Apartments. One hundred and fifty family units will consist of studios and two bedrooms. The building manager will live on site. The renovation will cost around $7 million. “That would include gutting him completely,” Vengroff said. “All new plumbing, all new electrics, all new appliances and full kitchens.” Once groundwork begins in August, it will be the eighth hotel that Vengroff’s company will turn into affordable housing. The company has over 3,000 units, most of which are located in Florida. “Unfortunately, we don’t have to contact too many people because we have a waiting list at all of our properties,” Vengroff said. Residents like Carroll have complained about crime around the Ambassador Hotel. “I would like to hear from the other side of my fence the laughter of children instead of the screams and screams and gunshots – which is what I hear now,” Vengroff said. Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill believes the problems increased after the hotel added an extended-stay option a few years ago. “I really believe it was poor management, poor security, not really taking funds and maintenance,” Hill said. To increase security, the developer wants to add security cameras and lighting throughout the property, including building a 6-8 foot high fence around the building. “I like that he might be going to work downtown to find jobs for the community because that’s what they need,” Carroll said. “He’s left behind, this whole area is left behind.” The next community meeting will be May 18 at the College Park Neighborhood Center at 6:30 p.m. City Council will vote on financial support in June.

Orlando city leaders revealed plans to turn a decades-old hotel into an apartment complex at a community meeting on Monday, and area residents hope it will not only bring more affordable housing, but will also reduce crime in the neighborhood.

“The shots go off and the homeless have nowhere to go because the Salvation Army is closed,” resident Lori Carroll said at the town hall meeting.

Carroll lives near the Ambassador Hotel on Colonial Drive.

When she moved six years ago, she said the landlord didn’t take care of things.

“There were mattresses and prostitution right next to me,” Carroll said. “As for the Ambassador Hotel, it was happening there too.”

One Stop Housing managing partner Mark Vengroff recently bought the hotel to turn it into Palm Gardens Apartments.

One hundred and fifty family units will consist of studios and two bedrooms.

The building manager will live on site.

The renovation will cost around $7 million.

“That would include gutting him completely,” Vengroff said. “All new plumbing, all new electrics, all new appliances and full kitchens.”

Once groundwork begins in August, it will be the eighth hotel that Vengroff’s company will turn into affordable housing.

The company has over 3,000 units, most of which are located in Florida.

“Unfortunately, we don’t have to contact too many people because we have a waiting list at all of our properties,” Vengroff said.

Residents like Carroll have complained about crime around the Ambassador Hotel.

“I would like to hear from the other side of my fence the laughter of children instead of the screams and screams and gunshots – which is what I hear now,” Vengroff said.

Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill believes the problems increased after the hotel added an extended-stay option a few years ago.

“I really believe it was poor management, poor security, not really taking funds and maintenance,” Hill said.

To increase security, the developer wants to add security cameras and lighting throughout the property, including building a 6-8 foot high fence around the building.

“I like that he might be going to work downtown to find jobs for the community because that’s what they need,” Carroll said. “He’s left behind, this whole area is left behind.”

The next community meeting will be on May 18 at the College Park Neighborhood Center at 6:30 p.m.

City Council will vote on financial support in June.

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Ola, Swiggy or Zomato – Which unicorn created the most jobs? http://fallof55.com/ola-swiggy-or-zomato-which-unicorn-created-the-most-jobs/ Sun, 15 May 2022 01:31:00 +0000 http://fallof55.com/ola-swiggy-or-zomato-which-unicorn-created-the-most-jobs/

Even though India is toasting its 100 unicorns for giving jobs to millions of people, it is important to recognize the role played by infrastructure development, especially low cost data and payment interface (UPI), to make this possible.

Meanwhile, India’s 100 unicorns have created an average of 3,489 full-time jobs so far. While 34 unicorns created less than 1,000 jobs, ranging from 100 to 854, the other 66 created 2.83 million of the 2.84 million jobs.

Among the 66 unicorns, the top 10 take the lion’s share of 2.58 million jobs, accounting for 90.5% of the total.

Ola, with 1.5 million drivers in its ecosystem and 12,000 employees, represents 53% of the total number of jobs created. Next is Zomato, which has 3.5 lakh delivery partners and 4,259 employees, accounting for 12.4% of total job creation.

Flipkart (7.85%), Swiggy (7.19%) and Delhivery (3.10%) complete the top 5 unicorns in the job creation ranking.

But what really helped move the needle was the 2016 launch of the Unified Payments Interface (UPI), a brainchild of the National Democratic Alliance government led by Prime Minister Modi.

Read the full story here.


Editor’s Choice: Guria India

Ajeet Singh, Founder; and Neha, Co-ordinator-Education Centre, Guria India, speaking to His history about the non-profit’s efforts and challenges in rescuing girls and women from child prostitution, second generation prostitution and sex trafficking in northern India.

The NGO’s first major rescue took place in 2005 in the red-light district of Varanasi when Ajeet realized that educational/charity work alone was not enough to prevent child sex trafficking and prostitution and that it had to attack the structural roots of prostitution head-on. Read more.


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Soliciting prostitution leads to charges http://fallof55.com/soliciting-prostitution-leads-to-charges/ Fri, 13 May 2022 02:10:00 +0000 http://fallof55.com/soliciting-prostitution-leads-to-charges/ TRAFFIC IN THIS FIVE-HOUR HOUR. THIS IS HIGHWAY 52 AT 25TH STREET. THE TOWN OF WINSTON-SALEM APPEARS AS THE ROAD IS A LITTLE WET AOLS DOESN’T APPEAR TO CAUSE ANY DELAYS OR HYUNDAI BACKUPS. HOWEVER RECALLED OVER 215,000 US CARS TO FIX FUEL HOSE PROBLEM. THE AUTOMAKER SAYS IT WILL REPLACE LOW PRESSURE FUEL HOSES IN CERTAIN 2013 AND 14 SONATAS. THERE IS A RISK OF FIRE, HOSES CAN CCKRA AND LEAK OVER TIME DUE TO ENGINE HEAT MANY IMPACTED VEHICLES WERE RECAEDLL FOR THE SAME PROBLEM A FEW YEARS AGO, DEALERS WILL REPLACE THESE HOSES FREE OF CHARGE AND THE BUSINESS WILL START. NOTIFY OWNERS ON JULY 5 FOOD PRICES ARE UP BY NEARLY NINE AND A HALF PER CENT COMPARED TO LAST MONTH A YEAR AGO. THIS IS ANNLUA’S BIGGEST HIKE IN 41 YEARS ACCORDING TO THE BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS BREAKFAST ISHE T MEAL GETTING ESPECIALLY HARD EGGS ARE %22 MORE EXPENSIVE OR WERE THIS LAST APRIL COMPARED TO APRIL 2021 WHICH IS DUE LARGELY TO A SHORTAGE THE CAUSED B AN INFECTIOUS BIRD INFLUENZA MARGARINE MILK BACON AND COFFEE ALSO SAW A BIG PRICE RISE. AT LEAST 20 HOMES ARE DESTROYED AFTER A BRUSH FIRE FUELED BY STRONG WINDS SPREAD ACROSS THE CALIFORNIA AREA, WEALTH LAGUNA BEACH WHILE RELATIVELY SMALL COMPARED TO OTHER MAJOR WILDFIRES WEST THE COASTAL FIRE AS IT WAS CALLED AND NAMED CONTINUES TO BURN SUBURBAN RIDGES OF ORANGE COUNTY. NO INJURIES HAVE BEEN REPORTED SO FAR. WE ORDERED APPROXIMATELY 100 HOMES. AN EXPLOSIVE ACCIDENT THIS MORNING ON AN INTERSTATE IN NORTHEAST, OHIO TAKE A LOOK AT THIS MOMENT-CATCHING DOT CAMERA. IMPACT ASHE T DUMP TRUCK HIT ANOTHER VEHICLE. OH MY GHOS A HUGEIR FEBALL HAS GOING INTO THE AIR ACCORDING TO THE SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE. IT HAPPENED AROUND 7:20 AM. THE TWO DRIVERS HAD TO BE EXTRACTED FROM THEIR VEHICLE AND TAKEN TO HOSPITAL WITH FATAL INJURIES. MANY PEOPLE ARE TALKING AND SHARING VIDEO OF AN INCREDIBLE RESCUE JUST A FEW DAYS AGO IN FLORIDA. THIS HAPPENED ON MAY 5 AND VIDEO FROM BOYNTON BEACH SHOWS A GROUP OF PEOPLE GRASS A CAR DRIVING THROUGH AN INTERSECTION. ONE OTHER PERSON WILL JOIN AS YOU SEE WOMAN CALLING FOR HELP TOGETHER. THEY WE WERE ABLE TO GET THIS CAR AND GET IT TO SAFETY AT A NEARBY GAS STATION HERE W THE DRIVER RECEIVED MEDICAL ATTENTION. UNTIL THE NEXT DAY.

Alamance County Sheriff: Solicitation of prostitution leads to charges against Burlington man

A man who solicited prostitution has been arrested and charged, the sheriff’s office said. On May 10, the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office Human Exploitation Team conducted an undercover operation investigating the prostitution in Alamance County. This operation investigated individuals who solicited prostitution. Detectives conducted a traffic stop on an individual who solicited prostitution for money. He was later identified by the sheriff’s office as 23-year-old Leopoldo Adrian Vargas. A probable cause search was conducted on Vargas’ vehicle, the sheriff’s office said. grams of marijuana in his trunk. Vargas was later arrested and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center. He is charged with criminal solicitation of prostitution and criminal possession of marijuana. He was given $5,000 bail.

A man who solicited prostitution has been arrested and charged, the sheriff’s office said.

On May 10, the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office Human Exploitation Team conducted an undercover operation to investigate prostitution in Alamance County.

This operation investigated individuals who solicited prostitution.

Detectives conducted a traffic stop on an individual who solicited prostitution for money.

He was later identified by the sheriff’s office as 23-year-old Leopoldo Adrian Vargas.

A probable cause search was conducted on Vargas’ vehicle, the sheriff’s office said.

During this search, deputies located 82 grams of marijuana in his trunk.

Vargas was later arrested and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.

He is charged with criminal solicitation of prostitution and criminal possession of marijuana.

He was given $5,000 bail.

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Non-profit organization Guria rescued 5,185 women and girls from sex trafficking and continues to fight for their rights http://fallof55.com/non-profit-organization-guria-rescued-5185-women-and-girls-from-sex-trafficking-and-continues-to-fight-for-their-rights/ Wed, 11 May 2022 01:15:36 +0000 http://fallof55.com/non-profit-organization-guria-rescued-5185-women-and-girls-from-sex-trafficking-and-continues-to-fight-for-their-rights/

In 1988, when Ajeet Singh was only 17, he attended a relative’s wedding where he saw a woman dancing. Later he learned that she was a sex worker. Moved by the plight of the family, he adopted the woman’s three children, ending prostitution for the next generation. The children stayed with him for a few years, but then returned to their mother.

But Ajeet did not lose hope. He had then started working in the red-light district of Varanasi to understand the problems of sex workers.

Ajeet Singh (center) at work

This laid the foundation for Gourie Indiaa non-profit organization dedicated to combating child prostitution, second generation prostitution and sex trafficking in North India.

“I was exposed to cases of girls/women in the sex trade and was aware of their exploitation by pimps and brothel owners. The first rescue experience was in 1999, after the rescue of three child victims of sexual abuse in Banda, Uttar Pradesh, where the father of the victims was himself the culprit,” says Ajeet. His history.

After that, the first big rescue was in 2005 in the red-light district of Varanasi when Ajeet realized that educational/charity work alone was not enough to prevent sex trafficking and child prostitution, and he had to take the structural roots of prostitution to the fore. on. This first rescue succeeded in freeing forty-nine women and girls, including minors, from different brothels in the red-light district of Varanasi.

“Guria pursued this case and had seven prominent brothel operators convicted until 2016 and the trial of the remaining defendants is still ongoing after 17 years. This head-on collision with the criminal nexus along with the ongoing education and compassionate services provided in the Varanasi Red Zone as part of our end-to-end holistic strategy has made it the first child prostitution-free Red Zone in India,” explains Ajeet.

Ramala, a Nepalese from the red-light district of Varanasi, is one of the women rescued from trafficking. She said, “Mr.i continuously fought for us and now we are much safer from the tyranny of the police, pimps, traffickers, brothel keepers, criminals and others. We were brought as little girls into this hell, but luckily now there are no younger girls in the flesh trade.”

Rescue and rehabilitation in India is a complex process, admits Ajeet.

“Initially, the police deny the crime, delay the rescue and avoid registering the complaints. Often, to get a rescue, we have to go to higher authorities or file legal claims or lobby through a public support.In addition, especially for brothel rescue, we need to conduct reconnaissance operations and collect spy camera evidence of the presence of underage girls in brothels.

After being rescued, the victim is temporarily registered in a foster home and his medical report is filed before a magistrate. Ultimately, the child is released to the family or placed in a foster home depending on the availability of guardians and the consent of the child.

“However, we do not stop at this stage of restoration and additionally provide the victim with free legal aid, witness protection and livelihood support to ensure that the victim obtains justice and a precedent is set. created. To win the case, we must also oppose traffickers’ bail from the district court to the high court and the supreme court, oppose false custody, conduct mock trials, seize brothels, present ourselves as a witness, challenging false protection orders/acquittals, fighting cross-cases against victims or Guria, dealing with threats and attacks, etc. “, he adds.

Sometimes, on instructions from the state, Guria even conducts home verification and counseling for rescued and restored survivors in government foster homes.

According to a study by Guria, about 94% of the missing children belong to lower castes/minority groups, and 53% of the families of these missing children had a monthly income of less than Rs.2,000. They come from marginalized and vulnerable rural areas generally day to day, and their traffic is fueled by their economic and social impoverishment.

The girls are trapped by abduction, threat or use of force, coercion, fraud, deception, abuse of power, etc. Uttar Pradesh has one of the highest rates of emigration, which subtly morphs into sex trafficking, and thus is a source/transit/destination state for human trafficking.

Ajeet says gender inequality, traditions of Bedia and Nut communities, etc., and religious practices like Devdasi continue to push girls into prostitution.

Till date, Guria has rescued and rehabilitated 5,185 people slavery, including commercial sexual exploitation in brothels and debt bondage.

Life after rehabilitation

Guria faces a number of challenges during the pre-rescue, rescue and rehabilitation phases.

Notwithstanding the provisions of the law, guidelines and Supreme Court directives, Neha, education center coordinator, Guria, points out that the police refuse to press charges in cases related to rape and sex trafficking, and therefore the complainant is forced to file a complaint through court orders – but errant police officers get away with it.

Also, despite the information given by the parents of the victims/Guria/victims on the confinement of other minor girls in brothels, the authorities responsible for the rescue of these victims neglect the recovery of these victims and are abusive or aggressive.

Almost negligible action has been taken by the police in attacks against human rights defenders. There are 24 attacks reported against the Guria India team, especially against Ajeet. These are just a few of the many other challenges encountered during rescue and rehabilitation.

Despite this, Guria has been involved/appointed in important government committees including member of Central Nodal Anti-Trafficking Agency – Government of India; the State Advisory Council, Government of Uttar Pradesh, on the Effective Implementation, Evaluation and Advice of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2000 and the of 2012 on the protection of children from sexual offences; the Government of India’s inter-ministerial committee to develop comprehensive legislation on various aspects of human trafficking, and others.

She also draws attention to the fact that Guria is still struggling with the authorities/police on the ground during implementation due to widespread corruption and impunity.

Neha explains that most of the girls have returned to their families despite the social stigma that arises during rehabilitation and reintegration.

“The girls are happier since being rescued from slavery. Wherever possible, taking into account the condition of the family, we also provided livelihood support, which supported the existing activities of the victim families (goat farming, animal husbandry, poultry, teahouse , general store, egg and vegetable vendor) or helped them start new small businesses or take government/private/freelance jobs (army, navy, government teacher, customs officer, lawyer, manager, social worker, florist , train ticket controller, accountant) and vocational training and we also helped the victim’s family apply for government compensation,” she says.

Karni, who has received livelihood and witness protection support from Guria, says: “It is now safe thanks to the relocation of my residence and the fortification of my doors and windows. I am no longer afraid and I will certainly fight in court for all that I have suffered and my parents have been beaten.

Interventions and after

Guria’s sustained efforts have resulted in many interventions and changes. A few of them include – India’s first sustainable Child Prostitution Free Zone in the Red Light Zone in Varanasi – ratified by the International Mother Teresa Prize for Social Justice in 2019.

He also created India’s first-ever cultural group of 30 female prostitutes who perform traditional music and dance as a means of raising awareness and dignity, including generating income for the performers. They have performed at prestigious venues across India including the World Social Forum

He launched a Freedom Now global awareness campaign against human trafficking in more than 20 countries. Guria has also set up a 42,000 strong rural women’s organization to prevent human trafficking in high-risk areas.

Guria, in collaboration with GiveIndia, is currently fundraising to free women and children from the sex trade.

“While most of GiveIndia’s support so far has gone into legal labor and nutrition for children in the red-light district education center, Give India has also helped us with ration distribution, education in villages and support for livelihoods. Overall, we are pleased that this form of crowdfunding efforts expands our reach in the community and promotes sustainability, which would maintain Guria’s position to raise issues hard on the state, which is responsible for preventing sex trafficking and child prostitution,” says Ajeet.

Speaking of fundraising, Priyanka Prakash, Director, Head – Donations and Online Marketing, GiveIndia, said, “GiveIndia champions the rights of vulnerable people, and we are happy to join Guria in their noble cause. The GiveIndia fundraiser is an effort to increase Guria’s ability to work more vigorously. We can all do our part by donating generously to the fundraiser.

Ajeet wants to continue working and replicating Guria’s successful end-to-end holistic strategy which achieved India’s first child prostitution free red zone in Varanasi, possibly the biggest conviction of 41 traffickers/brothel keepers in a single case of sex trafficking. in Allahabad, overall rescue of 5185 people from slavery, 805 bail denials, 260 brothel seizures, 122 total convictions, conversion of local level interventions to 14 PILs and 2 High Court indictments/ Supreme Court, witness protection for 321 survivors, and more.

“The only criteria that we follow that has to seep in is ‘lives have to change,'” he says.

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ECTOR COUNTY CRIME INDICATIONS: May 9, 2022 http://fallof55.com/ector-county-crime-indications-may-9-2022/ Mon, 09 May 2022 07:15:17 +0000 http://fallof55.com/ector-county-crime-indications-may-9-2022/

The following is a list of felony indictments by an Ector County grand jury on May 2. The list does not include those who have not yet been arrested.

ACCIDENT LEADING TO DEATH

Christy Contreras25, was charged May 2 with accident resulting in death, a second-degree felony.

ASSAULT

Adam Curry35, was charged on May 2 with assaulting a family member/household impeding breathing/circulation, a third degree felony.

Arman Shane Baeza18, was charged May 2 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.

Carl-Evan Cockren17, was charged May 2 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.

Devron Demichael Green34, was charged May 2 with assaulting a family member/household impeding breathing/circulation, a third-degree felony.

Dontea Deion George26, was indicted on May 2 for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (FV), a second degree felony.

Gregory Caton52, was charged May 2 with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (FV), a second-degree felony.

Isaiah Renteria26 was charged May 2 with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.

Jeremy Travis Jensen36, was charged on May 2 with assaulting a family member/household impeding breathing/circulation (FV), a third-degree felony.

Killian Horton18, was charged May 2 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.

Madison Nicole Watkins19, was charged May 2 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.

Robert Joe Hernandez37, was charged on May 2 with assault on family/household member impeding breathing/circulation (FV), a third degree felony.

Roberto Mendieta22, was charged on May 2 with assault by intoxication with a vehicle SBI 49.07 third degree felony.

Wyahtha Mar. Sandlin43, was charged on May 2 with assault on a public servant, a third-degree felony.

HEIST

Donald Edward Welborn52, was charged on May 2 for building burglary, a felony in state prison.

Georges Rodriguez Garcia60, was indicted May 2 for building burglary, a felony in state prison.

Jaime Harvey17, was charged on May 2 with second-degree felony burglary.

Joseph Dominic Mireles37, was indicted on May 2 for home burglary, a second-degree crime.

CONTINUED VIOLENCE

Daniel Guerrero Ramirez45, was charged on May 2 for ongoing domestic violence, a third-degree felony.

CRIMINAL MISCONDUCT

Mark Edward Ochoa38, was charged on May 2 with criminal mischief, more than $2,500 but less than $30,000, felony from state prison.

AVOID ARREST

Jonathan Flores35, was charged May 2 with evading arrest with a vehicle, a third-degree felony.

Longino Ramon Subia44, was charged on May 2 with evading arrest with a vehicle, a third-degree felony.

Rey Ryan Flores20, was charged May 2 with evading arrest with a vehicle, a third-degree felony.

Ricardo Molina Rios26, was charged May 2 with evading arrest with a vehicle, a third-degree felony.

FALSIFICATION

David Bahena Abarca18, was charged on May 2 with fake government/national government institution/money/security, third degree felony.

FRAUD

Javier Julian Cruz33, was charged May 2 with fraud, use/possession of credentials # five, under 10, third degree felony.

REMOVAL

Jesus Huerta Villescas41, was charged May 2 with kidnapping, a third-degree felony.

MANUFACTURING DELIVERY

Christopher Scott Volz54, was charged May 2 for delivery of manufacturing a controlled substance, more than one gram but less than four grams, a 481.112(c) second-degree felony.

Lizeth Gomez Lujan35, was charged on May 2 for delivery of manufacturing a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a first-degree felony.

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

Adan Llanez Salcido41, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Adrian Reyes24, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Amber Wilson28, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

April Marie Rubio31, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

China Grace Mendenhall39, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Clarence LamountWesley62, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Cody Ray Salinas29, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Dario Jesus Orona32, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Eric Noah Lopez38, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, greater than one gram, but less than four grams, a third-degree felony.

Heiddy Gardea Frias42, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Henri Gonzales Duran53, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Javier Olivas44, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Jennifer Denise Delgadillo42, was charged on May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 400 grams, a first-degree felony.

Joe Derrick Mendoza40, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Jose Angel Salgado33, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, greater than one gram, but less than four grams, a third-degree felony.

Joseph Roche42, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, greater than one gram, but less than four grams, a third-degree felony.

Joshua Rochelle41, was charged on May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Leesie Laneil Wynn43, was charged on May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Leroy Jessie Brown70, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Lisandra Oramos Vita26, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, greater than one gram, but less than four grams, a third-degree felony.

Marva Denay Neal39, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Monica Ann Gonzales50, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, greater than one gram, but less than four grams, a third degree felony.

Nigel Jerrel Johnson31, was charged on May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Phidel Love37, was charged on May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Rebecca Hernandez30, was charged on May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Rick Earl Lewis30, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Robert Lance Ahnert44, was charged on May 2 with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, more than one gram but less than four grams, a third-degree felony.

Roger Quincy Rischer36, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Ruben Galvan38, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Ruben Jr. Ramirez39, was charged May 2 with possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony.

Ryan Andrew Anthony36, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

Travis Paul Baca41, was charged May 2 for possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, felony in state prison.

FLIGHT

Arman Shane Baeza18, was charged May 2 with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony.

Carl-Evan Cockren17, was charged May 2 with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony.

Killian Horton18, was charged May 2 with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony.

SOLICITATION OF PROSTITUTION/OTHER PAYER

Joshua Rochelle41, was indicted on May 2 for solicitation of prostitution/other payer, felony from state prison.

SMUGGLING

Freddy Aguire32, was charged on May 2 with five counts of human trafficking, a third-degree felony.

TAMPER/MANUFACTURE

Adrian Reyes24, was charged May 2 with tampering/fabricating physical evidence with intent to harm, a third degree felony.

Brandy Alexis Breckenridge32, was charged on May 2 with tampering/fabricating physical evidence with intent to harm, a third degree felony.

Jacob Baeza21, was charged May 2 with tampering/fabricating physical evidence with intent to harm, a third degree felony.

Robert Sanchez Garcia58, was charged May 2 with tampering/fabricating physical evidence with intent to harm, a third degree felony.

FLIGHT

Eric Broadwater School32, was charged May 2 with theft of property, more than $30,000 but less than $150,000, a 31.03(e)(5) third degree felony.

Joel Flores Garcia20, was charged on May 2 for theft of a firearm, a felony in state prison.

Marcelo Sherman Bernal52, was charged May 2 for theft of property, less than $2,500 with two other prior convictions, felony from state prison.

UNLICENSED POSSESSION FIREARMS BY FELON

Chaizel Vorsheon Milton23, was charged May 2 for possession of a firearm without a license by a felon, a third degree felony.

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England international blackmailed after sex with transgender prostitute http://fallof55.com/england-international-blackmailed-after-sex-with-transgender-prostitute/ Sat, 07 May 2022 09:32:38 +0000 http://fallof55.com/england-international-blackmailed-after-sex-with-transgender-prostitute/

AAn England international footballer was blackmailed in 2021 after sleeping with a transgender prostitute several times.

The escort photographed and filmed the player, as well as backing up text messages, before using him to demand he pay 30,000 pounds.

After initially paying this amount out of fear that his adventure would become public, the player then turned himself in to the police.

Even still, the incident was revealed in a report by The Sun, who decided not to reveal the identity of the player, stating only that he is “a household name” who plays for a Premier League club and the England national team.

The Sun explained that the footballer contacted the pre-op transgender woman after finding her profile on an escorts website.

He visited her several times and reportedly paid 150 for sex in April 2021.

The footballer took the blackmail case to the police

After initially paying the demanded blackmail money, the player then turned himself in to the police. However, the case was eventually dropped as he was unwilling to give the necessary evidence for fear of being exposed.

“No one knows if the player knew the woman was transgender, but he was desperate to shut her up once she threatened to expose him,” a source told The Sun.

“He handed over the money a few times before realizing the only way to stop the situation was to surrender to the police.

“They were keen to gather evidence as blackmail is a serious crime, but the footballer was really worried that his name would come out and it would lead to him being abused by the fans.

“He just wanted to bury her so, despite officers’ best efforts, he refused to cooperate, leaving them to investigate a blackmail plot without a victim.

“They needed to see his cell phone messages as well as his bank transfers, so they had no choice but to reluctantly drop the case.”

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GiveIndia partners with Guria in its fight against sex trafficking http://fallof55.com/giveindia-partners-with-guria-in-its-fight-against-sex-trafficking/ Thu, 05 May 2022 10:25:00 +0000 http://fallof55.com/giveindia-partners-with-guria-in-its-fight-against-sex-trafficking/



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Update:
05 May 2022 15:55 STI

New Delhi [India]May 5 (ANI/GPRC): Ajeet Singh was 17 when he first came to the aid of a sex worker’s children.
It was in 1988.
For nearly 25 years, he has dedicated his life to fighting against child prostitution, the trafficking of women and girls for sexual purposes and other second generation prostitution.
“We are doing all we can to save a girl and convict the brothel keeper and trafficker. What will you do to take care of your own child? Won’t you hold them safe with both hands, will you do all you can to protect them? you don’t take a bullet for your child?” asks Ajeet Singh, founder of Guria.
The first significant experience of rescuing child victims of sexual abuse took place in 1999 in the Banda district of Uttar Pradesh, when the father of the children was himself the culprit. Many people engage in sexual exploitation due to alleged traditional practices within a few communities and for economic reasons. In 2005, a rescue operation in the red-light district of Varanasi freed forty-nine women and girls, including minors, from various brothels. Many people have been convicted in this case. With these cases, Guria has established itself as the leading non-profit organization in Uttar Pradesh working for victims of sexual exploitation.
While Ajeet and her Varanasi-based organization rescued over 5,000 women and girls from sexual exploitation and slavery, made Varanasi’s red zone the first child prostitution-free red zone in India, and fought hundreds of cases in various courts against very powerful people without caring about his own safety, things have been tough for the past couple of years.
Guria says funds have been hard to come by because of the pandemic, and it’s become increasingly difficult to keep the good fight going. Ajeet Singh needs your support to continue working and replicating a holistic end-to-end strategy to rescue and protect victims of sexual exploitation, help prosecute traffickers and brothel operators, and carry out protection programs witnesses. In association with GiveIndia, India’s largest crowdfunding site, Guria has launched a fundraiser soliciting funds from ordinary people to meet its needs.

Guria also provides education, food, job training and legal aid to survivors against traffickers and brothel operators.
Many survivors are grateful for Guria’s support. For example, Ramala, a Nepali woman from the red-light district of Varanasi, says, “Sir ji (Ajeet Singh) has been fighting for us all the time, and now we are much safer from the tyranny of pimps, traffickers, brothel keepers, criminals etc. We were brought as little girls into this hellhole, but luckily there are no younger girls in the flesh trade.”
Guria provides livelihood support to survivors by training them to work in existing businesses, such as poultry, farming, tea house, general store, selling vegetables, opening new businesses such as driving automobiles, setting up flour mills, or even training them for government jobs. It also provides vocational training for survivors to become beauticians, nurses, electricians, photographers, caterers and for other professions.
In order to cover the expenses of Guria, the crowdfunding site “> online crowdfunding site GiveIndia has started a fundraiser for Guria. The funds raised will cover the expenses, for books and stationery for children attending schools in red light areas, nutritional support, vocational training/livelihood support for at-risk children in red light areas and vulnerable villages who openly practice prostitution, legal aid to fight traffickers and tenants brothels in 21 targeted districts and reaching nine states for rescue and awareness activities.
Hundreds of people around the world donate to the cause through crowdfunding. You can visit the site and donate to Guria.
GiveIndia exists to alleviate poverty by enabling the world to give. Established in 2000, it is the largest and most trusted donation platform in India. It allows individuals and organizations to conveniently raise and donate funds to any cause they care about, with offerings such as crowdfunding, corporate giving, cause marketing and philanthropy advice. . GiveIndia’s community of over 2 million donors and over 250 partners has supported over 2,500 verified nonprofits, serving over 15 million people across the country.
This story is provided by GPRC. ANI will not be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/GPRC)

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ID parade for JDF soldier in dead prostitute case – Jamaica Observer http://fallof55.com/id-parade-for-jdf-soldier-in-dead-prostitute-case-jamaica-observer/ Tue, 03 May 2022 00:32:44 +0000 http://fallof55.com/id-parade-for-jdf-soldier-in-dead-prostitute-case-jamaica-observer/

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica Defense Force (JDF) Sergeant Theophilus Tracy, who has been charged with failing to surrender his firearm to police following the discovery of a dead woman in his vehicle , must be the subject of an identification procession.

This came to light at Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court this morning when Tracy’s solicitor, Peter Champagnie, revealed the defendant was not in court due to said line-up.

Although the reason for the identification parade was not disclosed, Champagnie said, “the parade should be held this week, I hope… I haven’t gotten a definitive answer as to when.” .

“I assume this is the result of some discussions between the Crown and the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP),” Champagnie confirmed.

While discussing a later date for the case to be mentioned in court, the lawyer renewed his calls for his client to be released on bail.

“The problem I have is that the defendant has been in custody since February 26,” he told the court.

Acknowledging the length of time, Senior Parish Judge Lori-Ann Cole-Montague said, “It’s been a while.”

Champagnie continued, “Your Honor, you may recall the last time we were told we were awaiting a decision from the DPP. [Director of Public Prosecutions]. We are now at a stage where today a bail application was going to be made. We didn’t apply for bail in this case and I understand a line-up wouldn’t take more than a day or four hours. So, I ask, madam, if Your Honor could accommodate next week, if only to set a bond for enforcement. »

He also noted that the case has not moved since it first appeared in court, due to “administrative issues regarding the DPP and so on.”

Tracy, who was charged by police with failing to hand over his firearm for inspection after an alleged prostitute was found dead in his vehicle on Saturday February 26, was remanded in custody again in April to allow to police to complete the assessment of a firearm that has been turned over to investigators.

His next court appearance is scheduled for May 16.

St Andrew’s Central Police had reported that at around 4.20am Cross Roads Police responded to a motor vehicle collision mission, and when the team arrived a gray Honda Fit motor car was view with a woman’s body protruding from the front passenger seat.

The body is said to have several gunshot wounds.

Police said the deceased, who remains unidentified, appeared to be in her late 30s, about five feet tall, and had skin tone that showed signs of bleaching.

He was dressed in a black blouse, purple sweatpants and a pair of black and red Nike sneakers.

Subsequent investigations revealed that the car belonged to Sergeant JDF, who is also a firearms license holder. He was located and taken into custody.

– Candice Haughton

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Transvestites, prostitutes causing pain – Jamaica Observer http://fallof55.com/transvestites-prostitutes-causing-pain-jamaica-observer/ Sun, 01 May 2022 07:03:19 +0000 http://fallof55.com/transvestites-prostitutes-causing-pain-jamaica-observer/

An executive member of the Half-Way-Tree and New Kingston Citizens Association is calling on the police to take a more active role in their dealings with prostitutes and transvestites who occupy the ravines in the area whose residents they are “terrorizing”.

Michael Abrahams, who described his role in the association as a “watchdog”, told the Jamaica Observer that residents and bystanders were being attacked, robbed and even buggered, and now many people living in the area are choosing to leave.

“We have a situation where people are selling out and moving on, because they’ve had enough. In a particular housing estate along Ruthven Road, several people are selling their prosperity. Five out of about 12 people, and you wonder what’s going on here and we talk to them and they tell us they can’t go out at night, they can’t come in [and] they can’t leave anything out, so they sell and go somewhere else,” Abrahams told the Jamaica Observernoting that five people have left in the past year.

“A man was completely stripped naked and buggered. We have so far had about five such incidents in and around the area. It got out of control, in the night [around] 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. I think not enough is being done and people who are sometimes assaulted are afraid to come forward and make statements because of the behavior of the police. People have been accused of doing business with them,” Abrahams continued.

He added that, despite his numerous complaints to police personnel in the area, officers informed him that they had not received any victim impact statements on the matter and therefore could not act.

Abrahams said he was aware that the items stolen from the victims are given to various prostitutes to hide.

“When are we going to have laws that say the police can act without someone coming to talk to them?” asked a displeased Abraham.

He also pointed out that the targeted areas include Half-Way-Tree, Ruthven Road, Cecilio Avenue, Winchester, Knutsford Boulevard, Ardenne Road and Lady Musgrave Road.

“It happened to a young man who worked in the call center along Half-Way-Tree Road. He was walking to Half-Way-Tree Square to catch a taxi around 2 a.m. The staff bus usually takes too long to get him home, and the same thing happened to him. The youngster was embarrassed to the point of not going any further [with police investigations]. I further hear that he is one of the people who contracted syphilis and another young man who contracted herpes,” Abrahams said, referring to a story published in the Observer last month, in which the man described being attacked by a group of at least eight people, including a woman, carrying machetes and knives.

Meanwhile, Corporal Christopher Tapper of the New Kingston Police Division told the Sunday Observer that the police were aware of the problem in the area.

“I can assure you that we have had cases of reports. However, not many [are] documented because when people come to report to us, they say they prefer no action to be taken and they don’t provide the information [needed], so we haven’t documented much in the log. People are very reluctant to report officially and even if we hear about it, we can’t compel a man to report,” Tapper said, echoing Abrahams’ statements.

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