The Trench Reynolds Report

All Crime Is Personal

Rapists will do years in prison: Back in March I posted about Ali Saadatmandi and Ali Tayyebi, two accused date rapists from British Columbia who used Nexopia to find their victim. At the time of that post I hoped that they would be put away for a long time. No such luck. Saadatmandi got only …

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Apopka Man Accused Of Having Sex With MySpace Girl, 12: 28-year-old Luis Quinones of Orange County, Florida was arrested this week for having sex with a 12-year-old girl that he met over MySpace. Again it’s time to remind parents that the minimum age for MySpace is 14. Anyway, Quinones admitted to having consensual sex with …

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SC teen indicted on 3 federal charges in bomb plot: Ryan Schallenberger has been indicted on three federal charges. However the most severe charge of possessing a weapon of mass destruction has been dropped. That charge could have kept Schallenberger in jail for life. The other 3 charges could keep him in jail for 40 …

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Man pleads guilty to using Facebook to entice minors: I originally posted about Michael Macalindong here. Back in February of 2007 Macalindong was arrested for using Facebook to try to entice a 15-year-old boy to his home for sex. It’s actually way more complicated than that so go read my original post for all the …

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Sex Predator Uses MySpace to Lure Teens: 33-year-old Gregory Scott Serrano of Monrovia, California has been indicted for using MySpace to prey on underage girls. He’s accused of having sex or taking explicit photos of at least 10 victims. Authorities believe that there may be even more victims. He’s been charged with… …production of child …

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Link NEW YORK (AP) — Several leading child welfare groups Tuesday urged an overhaul of federal laws dealing with transracial adoption, arguing that black children in foster care are ill-served by a “colorblind” approach meant to encourage their adoption by white families. Yet another proposed roadblock to make adoption more difficult in this country. It’s …

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Judge again rules against use of jailhouse conversations in Odgren case: On Friday a judge ruled once again that the taped jailhouse conversations of John Odgren. Previously prosecutors asked for all the tapes but this time they narrowed their request to 10 to 15 hours of tape. Prosecutors want the tapes to show that Odgren …

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