Terry Wayne Davis, a registered sex offender in Alton, Illinois, is facing charges regarding three sexual encounters with a female Rottweiler puppy so disturbing, that the animal had to be euthanized as a result. As sad as that is, it is not being considered in the current case.
In January, 2010, Sherry Harlan was stabbed to death in her apartment. Eric Christensen, the ex-boyfriend accused of killing her, claimed the two were Wiccans and and that Sherry had broken a blood oath, requiring Eric to kill her.
No one was really surprised that they weren’t sorry, but it makes one wonder how many other murders’ phony expressions of remorse got them leniency with a judge.
In a case disturbing for those who hope that tracking sex offenders will stop sex-offender recidivism, two registered California sex offenders, who each attended regular visits with police, and wore GPS ankle trackers, are suspects in at least 5 murders, and police believe there are more victims.
It was a lazy Oklahoma City morning when neighbors reported seeing a man walk out to his mailbox in the buff, get the mail, and then begin masturbating for all to see. The first act was reportedly witnessed by a woman and her three children, ages 6, 10 and 12, and the second by a boy, 14, and police.
Alabama Rep. Steve Hurst (R-Munford) has re-introduced a bill that would legalize the castration of sex offenders over the age of 21, convicted of molesting children under 12, and make the sex offender pay for the procedure.
An Ohio woman is in custody after allegedly videotaping herself sexually abusing two infants at the daycare where she worked.
The director speaks to Vanity Fair about his years before his 2009 Swiss arrest, the years since, and feeling blamed by the public for the murder of wife Sharon Tate.
When we hear of a sex offender committing a crime, we tend to assume the crime is a sex offense. California sex offender Kevin Burroughs broke the mold Monday when he was allegedly caught red-handed skinning a raccoon near a busy street in South Lake Tahoe.
On August 7, 2000, Amy Blom took the stand to testify for the defense in the trial of her husband, Donald Blom. Blom, a convicted sex offender with a history of kidnappings and sexual assaults, was accused of murdering 19-year-old Katie Poirier. Serving a life sentence for the murder, he is suspected of being a serial killer.