A former Royal Oak Middle School teacher and coach was sentenced Monday to 231/2 years in federal prison for using the Internet to lure and molest a 14-year-old boy, for producing child pornography and other charges. are a lot safer because of the 23-year sentence (imposed on Boyle),” Trutanich said. He admitted molesting a 14-year-old boy he met online.
After he serves his sentence, John David Boyle of Glendora, will be ordered to have lifetime supervision by the court, Assistant U. Attorney Nicholas Trutanich said, adding Boyle must also register as a sex offender. Boyle also pleaded guilty to production of child pornography, distribution of child pornography and possession of child pornography.
This suspect was one of the most graphic chatters that he has had in his career.
Detective Ackley on 19 separate occasions engaged in Internet chats with the suspect, and on almost every occasion, the suspect solicited a meeting for sex, sent him links to pornographic websites, or discussed all the sexual acts that he wanted to do with the minor.
However, the residents have nothing to worry about.
A good example of such a case was an investigation brought to me by Detective Russell Ackley of the Harris County Sheriff’s Department.
Using the screen name “Jr High Coach,” Boyle met the teen in a chat room. Prosecutors said Boyle had a sexually explicit conversation with the boy then persuaded the victim to “engage in a live-stream webcam video and chat” via Skype.
As this sentence makes clear, when that trust is violated, there will be serious consequences,” said Claude Arnold, special agent in charge for HSI Los Angeles.
WEBSTER, TX -- A Pasadena ISD special education aid was arrested by Webster Police after she allegedly tried to blackmail a 16-year old Maryland girl into sending her a nude video.
Sadly, the involvement of alcohol means legal trouble to many people.
Alcohol is known to be a common denominator in DUI, assaults and battery cases.