martedì 30 agosto 2016


The man who raped and killed Owaka teen Kylie 

Smith "could not be bothered" attending his latest 

parole hearing,

Paul David Bailey, 51, was to appear before the New Zealand Parole Board on August 23, but decided not to appear or be represented by a lawyer.
The board noted Bailey had a "complete lack of commitment to change", and he would not be eligible for parole for five years.

Bailey has spent 25 years in custody for the murder of Smith, 15, on November 1, 1991.
On that day he forced the teen into a car before driving to a remote spot, where he raped her and shot her as she dressed.
The board noted Bailey "has been convicted of terrible crimes against a range of victims".
Bailey had completed a rehabilitation course for child sex offenders but had left the graduates' group.
He was on a waiting list to undertake an extended period of individual psychological treatment, which could take two years.
That coupled with a possible release plan meant "this process will take at least four years, if not longer", the board noted.
Due to his circumstances a postponement order of the maximum duration, five years from the date that parole was last declined (27 April 2016), will be in place until 26 April 2021.

1989-90: Raped a 12-year-old girl in Ettrick, Central Otago.
1991: Attempted rape, granted bail.
November 1, 1991: Raped and murdered Owaka 15-year-old Kylie Smith.
November 2, 1991: Arrested.
February 1992: Sentenced to life imprisonment.
June 2005: Sentenced to three years' jail for 1989-90 rape.
Parole 2001-2010: Parole repeatedly declined, Bailey waives rights.
May 2013: Appears for the first time in years; parole declined.
April 2015: Denied parole again, after 25 years behind bars

Child rapist and killer Paul David Bailey to stay behind bars for five more years August 30 2016

A man suspected of raping a 12-year-old girl in New Philadelphia has been captured in Arkansas.
25-year-old Miguel Solis Garcia is awaiting extradition to face charges here in Ohio after he was arrested Saturday night. New Philadelphia police received a tip about his location and requested his arrest by Arkansas authorities.
Garcia is accused of sexually assaulting a girl who was sleeping over at her adult sister’s home in June.
He is expected to be arraigned early next week. If convicted, he could face a life sentence with the possibility of parole.
Investigators believe Garcia’s name may be an alias, and they are working to determine any additional names he may been known under.

Suspected child rapist nabbed in Arkansas 

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – A city man who had his prison sentence for child rape thrown out will still serve 20 to 40 years.
Samuel Santiago was sentenced Friday to the same term ordered in 2013. The original sentence was vacated because it involved mandatory minimum terms that have been ruled unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court, according to Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman’s office.
Santiago, now 41, was convicted of several charges for sexually abusing a girl for nine years, beginning when she was 4 years old. His wife was operating a daycare at the time of the abuse.

Child rapist with tossed sentence gets same penalty Myles Snyder  

A 19-year-old Jackson man is charged with raping an 11-year-old boy, according to court documents.
Kelvin Dewayne Golden was arrested on the charge of rape of a child following the incident Wednesday at an apartment on Roosevelt Parkway, court documents say.
The victim described the incident when he was interviewed at the Child Advocacy Center, court documents say.

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