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Sexual Misconduct

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  • Former State Trooper Sentenced In Rape Of 81-Year-Old Woman

    Former State Trooper Sentenced In Rape Of 81-Year-Old Woman
    HARTFORD — A former state trooper who had been fired for misconduct, including inappropriate conduct toward women, was sentenced Monday to two years in prison and 10 years of probation for brutally raping an 81-year-old woman at a Windsor Locks...
  • Mom pleads guilty to killing 2 kids found in home freezer

    A Detroit woman pleaded guilty Monday to killing two of her children and storing their bodies in a home freezer, telling a judge that she had no remorse for beating and suffocating them. Mitchelle Blair, 36, has never challenged allegations that she...
  • New assault reporting law should improve prevention

    New assault reporting law should improve prevention
    Marylanders will soon have a better idea of the extent of the problem of sexual assault in our institutions of higher education — as well as what our institutions are doing to respond. Thanks to House Bill 571, which goes into effect Wednesday,...
  • Former Highland employee claims sexual harassment in lawsuit

    Former Highland employee claims sexual harassment in lawsuit
    A former employee with the Highland Public Works Department claims she was sexually harassed while she worked there and then fired after she complained. According to a federal lawsuit filed Friday in the U.S. District Court in Hammond, Tracy L. Ryan...
  • Indianapolis attorney charged with sexual misconduct

    An Indianapolis attorney faces several charges of misconduct after he had two female inmates who he was representing expose themselves and perform sexual acts on him in an interview room at the Shelby County Jail, according to prosecutors. Clark G. Rehme...
  • New claims of child sex abuse by UN peacekeepers in Africa

    The United Nations said Tuesday it has received allegations that U.N. peacekeepers sexually abused street children in Central African Republic, where French troops are also being investigated for alleged sex abuse against boys. U.N. spokesman Stephane...
  • Allentown solicitor: District has improved handling of sexual harassment cases

    Allentown solicitor: District has improved handling of sexual harassment cases
    The Allentown School District solicitor says the district has made great strides in improving its handling of sexual harassment cases and does not need to be under the supervision of U.S. Department of Justice officials until 2017, despite federal...
  • Sexual harassment still issue at Allentown School District, U.S. Justice Department review says

    Sexual harassment still issue at Allentown School District, U.S. Justice Department review says
    An Allentown School District security guard called a high school student a "sexy young chocolate lady" and made other sexually charged remarks to her and another female student, but district officials found the evidence to be inconclusive of sexual...
  • Police: Probation officer took money, sex for padding service hours

    Police: Probation officer took money, sex for padding service hours
    Following an investigation that lasted nearly a year and a half, a Lake County probation officer has been arrested and jailed on multiple misconduct charges. Anselmo Magana, 44, of Lindenhurst, is accused of awarding court-ordered community service...
  • 11 percent of UM students report unwanted sexual behavior

    About 11 percent of University of Michigan students say they experienced some form of sexual behavior without their consent in the past year, according to what the university said Wednesday was the first detailed data on sexual misconduct on its Ann Arbor...
  • Trial set for activist accused in Palm schools chief extortion case

    Trial set for activist accused in Palm schools chief extortion case
    The trial of a longtime community activist accused of trying to shake down nearly $1 million from former Palm Beach schools Superintendent Wayne Gent could begin as soon as Sept. 28. Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley this week rescheduled the trial for Clarence...