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Sexual Assault

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  • Sex offenders can win state lottery, are you kidding?

    The only thing worse than hearing I did not win the state lottery this week is hearing that a sex offender did. Are you kidding? Afraid not. Meet the lucky Timothy Poole, Florida's newest millionaire/sex offender. This week Poole claimed his...
  • Sexual predator wins $3 million from Florida lottery

    Sexual predator wins $3 million from Florida lottery
    At the Florida Lottery headquarters, Timothy Poole, 43, posed for a photo with an oversized check after claiming his $3 million Scratch-Off prize. But when the image hit the Internet, others recognized the 450-pound man as a registered sexual predator....
  • Police file abuse of corpse charge in Jessica Padgett killing, gather DNA

    Police file abuse of corpse charge in Jessica Padgett killing, gather DNA
    Authorities on Monday filed an abuse of a corpse charge against an Allen Township man accused of killing his stepdaughter, Jessica Padgett, and videotaping himself sexually assaulting her body after her death, court records state. Investigators said...
  • Man charged with sexually assaulting girl in Allentown

    Man charged with sexually assaulting girl in Allentown
    A 43-year-old man was charged with sexually assaulting a girl last month in Allentown, according to court records. Jose Rodriguez, of the 1700 block of Oxford Drive in Allentown, was charged Wednesday with aggravated indecent assault and indecent...
  • Wood Dale man gets 24 years for sexual abuse of two girls

    Wood Dale man gets 24 years for sexual abuse of two girls
    A Wood Dale man was sentenced Thursday to 24 years in prison for sexually assaulting and abusing two girls, according to DuPage County prosecutors. Jordan Wesley, 21, of the 400 block of East Itasca Street, had pleaded guilty in September to two counts...
  • Owners unanimously support conduct policy change

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 2: Adds details, new policy passed unanimously Owners unanimously support conduct policy change NFL owners unanimously passed a stricter personal-conduct policy proposed by commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday....
  • Springs man told child sex was 'our little secret,' investigators say

    Springs man told child sex was 'our little secret,' investigators say
    Investigators say Regulo Jose Boscan called it nuestro secretico — our little secret — but Broward Sheriff's detectives are calling it sexual assault by an adult on a child under 12. Boscan, 38, of Coral Springs, is accused of coercing a girl...
  • Trinity Bans Social Events, Alcohol At Psi Upsilon

    Trinity Bans Social Events, Alcohol At Psi Upsilon
    Trinity College has banned Psi Upsilon from hosting social activities and from having alcohol in the house or on the grounds because of recent complaints alleging "serious alcohol violations," according to a statement from the college. Mary Jo Keating,...
  • Police investigating allegations that Uber driver assaulted female customer

    Police investigating allegations that Uber driver assaulted female customer
    The online car service Uber says it has "removed" one of its drivers as police investigate allegations that he sexually assaulted a female customer in Lincoln Square last month. The woman told police she had been out with friends from work when she...
  • Rekha Basu: Rolling Stone backs down when rape story gets murky

    After its hard-hitting account of a University of Virginia student's alleged gang rape raised questions from other journalists, Rolling Stone magazine resorted to what its story accused university administrators of doing: throwing the accuser under the...
  • DCFS inspects troubled youth living centers in response to Tribune series

    DCFS inspects troubled youth living centers in response to Tribune series
    Teams of state child welfare officials have begun making unannounced inspections at residential treatment facilities that serve juvenile wards as authorities accelerate their response to a Tribune investigation revealing assaults, rapes and prostitution...