Pedophile Tracking West Michigan Sex Offender Charged

A man who admitted to police he molested up to eight boys in the 1980s was sentenced to prison on Friday, but not for the child sex abuse.

“The things he did to us we’re going to live with forever. We’ll get over them and move on, he changed the course of a lot of people’s lives,” said Brad White, one of Randall Doctor’s victims.

Doctor was sentenced to two years in prison on a gun charge and 30 months in prison on drug charges.

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In July of 2014, for the first time, one of Doctor’s victims went to authorities and Michigan State Police launched an investigation. MSP was able to find eight victims, all of whom had nearly identical stories.

“Here we have eight victims, eight men that came forward 30 years after theses assaults took place. I would stake my reputation that there are many, many people out there that do not want to come forward because of the embarrassment and they just don’t want to have to deal with it anymore,” MSP Detective Sgt. Gregory Poulson says.

According to the victims, Doctor would take them on rides in his truck to secluded locations and give them alcohol and drugs, often marijuana, and then molest them.

“We had to stop him because he was still going to hurt another kid and I don’t ever want anybody to live what we lived through,” Brad White said.

Last summer, police raided Doctor’s Muskegon County home and found guns and a marijuana growing operation, which led to the charges for which Doctor was sentenced on Friday.

Doctor can’t be brought up on child sex abuse charges because at the time the sex assaults occurred, Michigan had a statute of limitations on that type of crime. The law changed in 2001 to remove the statute of limitations on child sex crimes, but the change was not retroactive.

“Given the limitations of the changes we were able to bring against Mr. Doctor, in this case we are very pleased with the decision the judge made,” Muskegon County Assistant Prosecutor Rachael McEnhill said.

During questioning, Doctor admitted to authorities he had sexually molested the boys in the 1980s. Authorities also found a man with a similar story from the 1990s, but he told authorities he couldn’t remember if Doctor had molested him.

“For all those years, we lived with thinking we were bad people and just that there was something wrong with us,” White said.

Also during their investigation, police found that in the summer of 2014, Doctor took a 14-year-old boy that lived across the street from him on a trip to either Sleeping Bear Dunes or Silver Lake Dunes — the boy couldn’t remember. Police said they did not find any illegal behavior, but McEnhill said in court on Friday that she believed Doctor was grooming the boy.

Legislation in Lansing put forth by state Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague, would make Michigan’s 2001 law regarding child sex abuse cases retroactive. That would allow victims from when there was a statute of limitations to come forward and prosecutors to issue charges.

It’s a change the Muskegon County Prosecutor’s Office supports.

“The victims in this case and the community is aware (Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J.) Hilson and our office is supporting the legislation that would change the statute of limitations, thus allowing us to charge this case and pursue those criminal charges against Mr. Doctor, which we want to do,” McEnhill said.

“I feel justice has been served for this part of the process. I think it’s a good day for all of us as victims. We can put this day behind us and say, yeah, this is a stepping stone to get this law changed and help prevent this from happening to other victims in the future,” victim Bryan Derr said.

Doctor spoke to his victims in the courtroom Friday.

“I want to apologize to all the victims from years back. I’m very, very sorry for what I’ve done. I understand the pain you’ve been though because I’ve been though it myself. I didn’t realize how wrong I was at the time, but once I’ve gotten my head straightened out I tried to change now I know I’ve caused harm and I’m very sorry for what I did,” he said.

His victims and the prosecutor said the judge’s sentence of Doctor on Friday was a win.

“At least for the next few years, Mr. Doctor will not be able to perpetrate on the children on Muskegon County and to me that is a victory today,” McEnhill said.

“Now he’s gone and Muskegon is a safer place today because the children of Muskegon are safer because Randy Doctor is locked away,” White said.

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Identity Theft FL State Worker Charged in Investigation

A major identity theft investigation has led to charges against a state worker in South Florida.

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida said Cora Eutsay was arrested in March. She is charged with alleged trafficking and unauthorized use of personally identifying information.

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About 200,000 people have been notified that their information has been inappropriately accessed.

All known affected individuals are eligible for a year of free credit monitoring.

Anyone who suspects that their information may have been misused or that they may be the victim of identity theft should visit Florida State Attorney’s office website for more information and resources.

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Private Detective: Laurel County Man Charged in Stabbing

Two people from Laurel County had to be brought to Lexington after a fight.

Deputies arrested Justin Chambers, 34, early Friday morning. Authorities say Chambers went to Noel McQueen’s house looking to fight. The two got into a fight and deputies say Chambers stabbed McQueen in the shoulder. Chambers had a cut on his hand. Both were taken to UK Hospital.

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Chambers has been charged with assault.

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Fraud Investigation Imposter Boone County Sheriff Attempting Money Scam

The Boone County Sheriff’s office is warning residents of a new scam.

Authorities have been receiving complaints of a man identifying himself as a Boone County Sheriff’s Deputy Marshall or Lieutenant and has called approximately six people advising them they have an active arrest warrant. The suspect goes on to say that they can rectify the situation by going to Kroger and purchasing two $500 debit cards. Once the card is activated the victim is told to call him back and read him the identifying number on the back of the card.

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The Boone County Sheriff’s Office and its personnel have never conducted business like this and is warning residents of the scam. Authorities are not aware of anyone who actually went through with the purchase of the debit card but the sheriff’s office is asking anyone who is contacted by this man to report it immediately. So far the suspect has used the same telephone number (859) 206-1812.

Anyone who can provide information as to the identity of the man is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040 or the Boone County Sheriff’s Office at (859) 334-2175.

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Drug Dog Sweep More Than 11 Pounds of Marijuana Found in Stow, OH Hotel

Two Oregon men face felony charges after drug task force agents raided their Stow hotel rooms and found more than 11 pounds of marijuana, according to court records.

Howard Huang, 22, and Thai Ngo, 31, both of Beaverton, Oregon, are charged with second-degree felony drug trafficking. Both posted 10 percent of a $50,000 bond after their initial appearances in Stow Municipal Court.

The Summit County Drug Task Force reported they received a tip on April 9 that Huang was selling drugs from inside the Courtyard Marriott on Bridgewater Parkway, off Steels Corners Road.

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Investigators checked with the hotel and found Huang rented two rooms, one of which was occupied by Ngo, court records say.

Task force officers watched the hotel the next day. They waited until Ngo left the hotel to bring a drug-sniffing dog inside the hotel.

The dog alerted police to drugs inside Huang’s room, according to court records.

Officers knocked on Huang’s door and he allowed them to search his room. Officers reported finding a black backpack that smelled like raw marijuana and text messages on Huang’s cellphone related to drug dealing, court records say.

An Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper stopped Ngo on his way back from Wal-mart. He told the trooper that he was staying with a friend from Mogadore and denied knowing anything about drug dealing at the hotel, according to court records.

The trooper found Ngo had just purchased a suitcase, tin foil and citronella oil, which is used to transport drugs without detection, court records say.

Huang told police he had been traveling with another person for three days but didn’t know the man’s name. Ngo called Huang while police were searching their hotel rooms.

Officers found four cellphones, more than $2,600 and the marijuana during a search of the rooms, according to court records.

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Wrongful Death Two Arrested in Connect With Death of UK Student

As a campus community mourns the murder of a beloved student, Lexington police wasted no time in charging two suspects in the death.

18-year-old Justin Smith and 20-year-old Efrain Diaz have been charged with the shooting death of UK student Jonathan Krueger. Krueger and a friend were walking on East Maxwell Street early Friday morning. Krueger was shot multiple times. When police arrived on scene the found Krueger lying in the street.

They transported him the UK Hospital where he died from his injuries.

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Police have said nothing about the motive of the shooting but have said that it was a completely random incident.

Krueger was from Ohio and was a photo editor for The Kentucky Kernel, the UK student newspaper. He was also a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. A candlelight vigil was held honoring his life at the Newman Center Friday night.

Friends of Krueger weren’t the only ones shocked by the turn of events. Donald Hampton, a neighbor of Smith’s, was completely shock by the arrest and murder charges.

“…seemed like a polite young man to me,” says Hampton.

Smith and Diaz have both been charged with murder and robbery. Smith is also facing charges of tampering with evidence and fleeing and evading.

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Missing Person 14 Year old Chicago Girl

Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 14-year-old girl missing from the Portage Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side since Tuesday.

Angelina Roberts has been reported missing from the area of West Addison Street and North Laramie Avenue, according to a missing person alert from Chicago Police.

She might be with her boyfriend in west suburban Northlake, police said.

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Roberts is described as a 4-foot-10, 140-pound white girl with blue eyes, brown hair and a light complexion, police said.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact Area North detectives at (312) 744-8200.

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Pedophile Tracking Boone County Man Accused of Sodomy and Incest

A Boone County man has been arrested and charged with incest and sexual abuse of his niece.

36-year-old Armondo Ramirez-Herrera was taken into custody after his niece reported the incident to an adult Friday morning.

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Ramirez-Herrera was charged with sexual abuse, sodomy of a child under 12 years of age and incest.

Both sodomy and incest are class A felonies and sexual abuse is a Class C felony.

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Missing Person Man Arrested in Connecting With Bowling Green Amber Alert

A Bowling Green man has been arrested in connection with an Amber Alert issued in western Kentucky on Thursday.

The alert was issued for a 5-year-old child. Bowling Green Police say that the child’s mother was arguing with Rique R. Griffin when he allegedly assaulted the mother and drove off with the child in the mother’s vehicle.

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The child was found safe. Griffin has been charged with kidnapping and fourth degree assault.

The mother was treated for minor injuries and was released.

During the investigation police spoke to the man via telephone and made arrangements for the child to be brought to the police station by a friend. The child was returned unharmed and the Amber Alert was promptly canceled.

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Private Detective: Owner of Pain Clinics Admits To Conspiracy To Distribute Prescription Drugs

The owner of two out-of-state pain clinics, that unlawfully distributed hundreds of thousands of prescription pills to thousands of Kentuckians, has pleaded guilty to drug charges in federal court.

On Tuesday, Joel Shumrak, 67, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and alprazolam, and to laundering money. Shumrak has agreed to serve a prison term of 168 months, pending the Court’s approval. Shumrak has also agreed to forfeit approximately $7 million in proceeds from the conspiracy. He will be formally sentenced on August 4, 2015.

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According to his plea agreement, from June 2008 until May 2014, hundreds of Kentuckians, from Clay, Laurel, Rockcastle, Floyd, Knox, Bell, Pike, Jefferson, Whitley, Madison, Montgomery, Fayette, Magoffin and other Kentucky Counties, visited Shumrak’s clinics in Tucker, Ga., and Broward, Fla., on a weekly basis, to unlawfully obtain prescription pills without a legitimate medical need. Shumrak admitted that these patients received little to no physical examinations before obtaining the drugs, and that many of the Kentucky patients distributed the drugs upon their return to Kentucky.

Kerry B. Harvey, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky; Joseph Reagan, Special Agent in Charge, DEA, Detroit Field Division; A.D. Wright, Acting Special Agent in Charge, DEA, Miami Field Division; and Daniel Salter, Special Agent in Charge, DEA, Atlanta Field Division, jointly made the announcement.

The investigation was conducted by the DEA in Kentucky, Georgia, Florida and Ohio Assistant U.S. Attorney Sam Dotson prosecuted this case on behalf of the federal government.

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