Tag Archives: Child Abuse

Woman Hit Trash Truck, Child Hit Dash

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Taquire Studimire, 34, is wanted by Law Enforcement.

Police searching for Polk woman
accused of hit and run, Child Abuse

POLK COUNTY, FL  –  Police are searching for a Haines City woman accused of driving head-on into a vehicle, causing an unrestrained child to be injured on Monday morning.

Taquire Studimire, 34, faces charges of child abuse, tampering, reckless driving, hit and run and resisting arrest without violence, police say.

Authorities say she drove her 2008 Honda Civic into the front of a garbage truck in the area of North 14th Street and Stuart Avenue before 8:30 a.m. on Monday.  The driver of the truck told police that he honked his horn to try to avoid being hit, but was unsuccessful.  Studimire then exited the vehicle with a young child in her hand and told the driver that he was at fault for the crash.

Video recordings from the truck’s dash camera showed the child sitting unrestrained in the front and being thrown into the dash as the vehicles collided.  Studimire is then seen grabbing the child from the floorboard and immediately exiting the vehicle to confront the truck driver.

Police say at no point was she ever seen taking time to examine the child for potential injury.  After confronting the truck’s driver, she reentered the vehicle and backed into traffic with the driver’s side door open, almost hitting another vehicle.

The child was later located at a daycare facility after suffering a head bruise and a swollen cheek.  The child was taken to a hospital but did not suffer any serious injuries.

“The blatant disregard shown for this child is appalling,” Chief Jim Elensky said.  “She proceeded to put others in danger with her carelessness and has taken no responsibility for her actions.  Perhaps jail time is what she needs to mull it over.  It is fortunate that no one was seriously hurt.”

There is a warrant for Studimire’s arrest.  Officers made contact with Studimire by phone, but have yet to locate her.  Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the Haines City Police Department at 863-421-3636.

GA Youth Football Coach Assaults Little Boy

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It is a Father’s duty to teach and protect his Children.

Youth Football Coach Will Be
Charged with Child Abuse

KISSIMMEE, FL  –  The GA Youth Football Coach who smacked a 9-year-old player TWICE will be hit with Child Abuse charges, prosecutors announced.

“The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office along with our local state attorney’s office have reviewed this case and the decision has been made that charges for child abuse will be filed, regardless of parent’s decision not to press charges,” Maj. Jacob Ruiz said.

THE SLEEPER

They Called Down The Thunder: A Father’s Right.

For reasons of my own, I refuse to include this video here.  No GOOD MAN would want to see this piece of Sewer Rat Dung assault this little boy.  This is part of the #AntiChild mindset, and also a big part of the every day VIOLENCE liberal Law Makers are attempting to force us to endure by blaming the actions of individuals with no respect for our LAWS on Our Law Enforcement Officers.
The Obama Administration, The Supreme Court, Our Law Makers, Penn State, the Jerry Sanduskys, and Dennis Hasterts of Our Country, are pushing their #AntiChild Agenda, #AntiFamily Agenda, and #AntiAmerican Agenda.
I urge each and every one of you to join with us in SUPPORTING OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
Robert StrongBow

“The actions of this person are despicable and there is zero-tolerance when it comes to the abuse of a child.”

As we first reported, law enforcement already launched a child abuse investigation into Gerrell Williams over the December 7 incident that took place at a youth football event in Kissimmee, Florida.

During the course of the investigation, officers spoke with the victim’s mother who said she did NOT want to move forward with criminal charges against Williams.

It can be tough for prosecutors to get a conviction without a cooperating victim — but in this case, officials feel the video and witnesses will be enough to prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Williams was fired from his job as a counselor at the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office detention center as a result of his actions in the video.

He later issued a video apology — in which he admits to smacking the child and says, “I’m gonna apologize for my actions.”

The video was widely condemned by some of the country’s top athletes…

Safe For The Holidays, Is This Alvin Manuel Alvarez?

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Alvin Manuel Alvarez, wanted for Sexual Abuse of a Child in Houston Texas.

30-year-old man accused of
Sexually Abusing two Children in
southeast Houston

Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case.

HOUSTON, TX  –  Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department are seeking help in locating Alvin Manuel Alvarez, who is wanted for two counts of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child.

Crime Stoppers stated Monday morning that the alleged crimes occurred between March of 2017 and September of 2019 when the suspect sexually abused two child victims in the 2500 block of Beatty Street in southeast Houston.

The “child victims made an outcry of sexual abuse,” according to police. Detectives learned the suspect, Alvarez, continuously sexually abused both victims.

Alvarez is described as a Hispanic male, age 30, who is about five feet nine inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds.  He has black hair and brown eyes.

Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case.

Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app.

Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward.

The Giving Season Is Here, Sewer Rats Are Everywhere

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Your Child Needs You to be a Good Parent before it is too late.

Global Child Sex Abuse network
uncovered with ties to US

A tip earlier this year from the United States has led to the uncovering of a major child sex abuse network in Australia with ties to the U.S., Canada, Asia, Europe and New Zealand.

According to The Associated Press, Australian authorities announced Wednesday that 16 men have been arrested in New South Wates, Queensland and Western Australia in recent months on 828 charges of sexually abusing children, producing and distributing child abuse material and bestiality.

Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Justine Gough said that a child care worker and a children’s soccer coach are among those facing charges.  Gough added that investigators had identified a total of 46 victims in Australia as young as 16 months and no older than 15 years.

“No child should be subjected to abuse and violence from the people they trust, whether that is a family member, a childcare worker or a soccer coach,” Gough said, according to the AP.  “Sadly and heartbreakingly, this has been the case for the victims.”

A total of 18 “matters” have been referred to the U.S., where three men have been arrested in connection to child abuse material, the news service noted.

The investigations resulted from a February tip from the U.S. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, according to Gough, which warned Australian police that a New South Wales man was uploading child abuse material.

Upon the arrest of a 30-year-old man, authorities reportedly searched his computer, which revealed an online child abuse network with which the man was connected.

Gough said that the pedophile circle used “the regular internet,” as well as the dark web, to connect with each other and share materials.

When contacted by the AP, the Homeland Security Investigations’ representative to Australia, Adam Parks, declined to comment on the three arrests in the United States.

However, he did say there were several ongoing investigations within the country, adding that the child abuse ring was a global network “rooted in Australia.”

This comes as several investigations in recent months have uncovered human trafficking networks across the U.S.

In October, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost (R) said that a trafficking probe, called Operation Autumn Hope, resulted in 179 arrests and 109 victims rescued.  The effort included more than 50 law enforcement agencies and other organizations as part of a mission to end sex trafficking across the state.

In August, Ohio’s Operation Safety Net led to the rescue of 25 children aged 13 to 18 in just three weeks after its launch, according to the U.S. Marshals Office.

That same month, Operation Not Forgotten in Georgia recovered 39 children aged 3 to 17, with nine people arrested at the time.

FL Special Needs Teacher Arrested For Child Abuse

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Graciela Reyes-Marino

Special Education Teacher at Miami
School Facing Child Abuse,
Neglect Charges

MIAMI, FL  –   A special education teacher at a Miami elementary school is facing charges after police said she punched a student and shoved another.

Graciela Reyes-Marino, a teacher at Auburndale Elementary, was arrested Thursday on aggravated child abuse and child neglect charges, an arrest report said.

The report said earlier this month a boy in Reyes-Marino’s class had been crying and screaming when she allegedly grabbed him by the wrist and shoved him into a bathroom corridor.

She then closed the doors behind the boy, leaving him alone in a confined area for 3-4 seconds until he started screaming louder, the report said. She then opened the door and walked him to his desk.

During a separate incident, a student who was looking under his desk had been asked to stop multiple times by Reyes-Marino before she punched him on his upper back area with a closed fist, the report said.

“[Reyes-Marino] forcefully lifted [the victim] from the ground, proceeded to kick him in the leg and punch him with a closed fist on his upper back area prior to sitting him down,” the report said.

The report said Reyes-Marino denied punching the boy and said she propped the door open for the other student in the corridor.

Reyes-Marino, 60, was booked into jail and later released on bond.

Miami-Dade County Public Schools officials said Reyes-Marino had been employed by the district for about eight years but will be fired.

“Miami-Dade County Public Schools is deeply disturbed about the serious allegations made against the employee.  Conduct such as the one she is accused of will not be tolerated,” the district said in a statement.  “As soon as the allegations surfaced, the individual was reassigned away from the school setting pending the outcome of an investigation by the Miami-Dade Schools Police Department.  As a result of this week’s arrest, her employment will be terminated and she will be precluded from seeking future work with the District.”