Mr Stephen Thomas, prosecuting, said they swapped messages for a year.
He said: "Over the course of that time the defendant talked and comforted her about the various issues she had and pretended to be a friend of hers while all the time he had sexual motives." The court was told he persuaded her to expose herself to him over her webcam on a number of occasions.
(Colorado Springs Police Department) (FOX NEWS) - A family in Colorado is outraged after two men, who were accused of gang-raping a 13-year-old girl with their brothers and cousins, were only sentenced to probation.
Tommy Williams, 20, and Clarence Williams, 19, were each sentenced on Tuesday to a minimum of 10 years of sex offender intensive supervised probation, with a maximum of life on probation, KKTV reported.
Trial for 27-year-old Brittany Zamora is set for Aug. At this point, there is no plea deal on the table, and not just because the prosecution is not offering one.“Defense counsel is not looking for a plea offer at this time,” Zamora’s lawyer told the judge during Friday’s hearing.
According to police, Kayla Dykes was last seen at her home on South Central Avenue in Sicklerville, New Jersey, around a.m. Mr Thomas said 52-year-old Wapshott did not have a webcam but he sent her lewd pictures of himself.The court heard that years later the girl realised the significance of what had happened.He said he could not suspend the sentence, adding: "The message has to go out that those who behave as you do with young victims are likely to lose their liberty." He was ordered to sign the sex offenders' register and Judge Onions also made a sexual harm prevention order, both of which will last for 10 years.Wapshott will be forbidden from working with children indefinitely.The men are two of six suspects accused of sexually assaulting the young teen in December 2016 inside of the Stonebrook Terrace apartment complex in Colorado Springs.The victim's grandfather was shocked at the sentencing, telling the news station: "There was six of them and they gang-raped my granddaughter."Read more at Grand Prairie police said the bicyclist was struck by a mid-2000, 4-door, gray Chevrolet sedan, with damage to the area around the passenger side headlight, which proceeded northbound on S. One of the game rooms is located on Wilbarger Street and the other is on Mansfield Highway, police said.The video by Grapevine police on July 3, features an officer dousing himself with water in slow motion then he proceeds to whip a chair around, while singing "What A Feeling," by Irene Cara from the 1983 hit movie ' Flashdance.' Fort Worth police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and another wounded during a robbery.Mr Thomas said it had led to this "grooming behaviour" but that he had made no attempts to hide who he was.Wapshott, of Logan Way in Livingston, West Lothian, admitted causing a child to engage in sexual activity in 20.