Greg Eugene Carter -Repeat Sex Offender

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

A 42-year-old registered sex offender faces an additional 18 months in prison in connection with two incidents where he inappropriately touched two females, including one at the Gilroy Wal-Mart, according to the Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney.

Greg Eugene Carter faces two misdemeanor charges, one for attempted sexual battery and annoying or molesting a child, and one for sexual battery, stemming from two separate incidents. In one case, Carter inappropriately touched a female shopper several times while she shopped at the Gilroy Wal-Mart in September. In the second case, a juvenile was shopping at the Milpitas Kohl’s in November when Carter reportedly attempted to touch her as he walked past her.

Carter is a registered sex offender and remains in Santa Clara County jail. He will be in a San Jose court Wednesday for a pretrial conference in connection with the November incident. On March 27, Carter will be in a San Martin courtroom in connection with the September incident.

Anyone with information can call Milpitas police at (408) 586-2400.

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Greg Eugene Carter -Repeat Sex Offender

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

A 42-year-old registered sex offender faces an additional 18 months in prison in connection with two incidents where he inappropriately touched two females, including one at the Gilroy Wal-Mart, according to the Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney.

Greg Eugene Carter faces two misdemeanor charges, one for attempted sexual battery and annoying or molesting a child, and one for sexual battery, stemming from two separate incidents. In one case, Carter inappropriately touched a female shopper several times while she shopped at the Gilroy Wal-Mart in September. In the second case, a juvenile was shopping at the Milpitas Kohl’s in November when Carter reportedly attempted to touch her as he walked past her.

Carter is a registered sex offender and remains in Santa Clara County jail. He will be in a San Jose court Wednesday for a pretrial conference in connection with the November incident. On March 27, Carter will be in a San Martin courtroom in connection with the September incident.

Anyone with information can call Milpitas police at (408) 586-2400.

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Reginald Alexander WANTED Sex Offender


Reginald Alexander targeted a 14-year-old girl when he was 40 years old, police say. Now they say he’s failed to register as a sex offender.

Alexander, now 44, was convicted for sexual battery in 2003 out of Erie County. He got out of prison a year later, moved to Toledo and must register with Lucas County every 90 days.

Deputies say he failed to show up last December and is now wanted on a felony charge.

Alexander last lived in the 2300 block of Lawrence. He stands 5 ft. 9 in. and weighs 170 lbs. If you’ve seen him, call CrimeStopper at 419-255-1111.

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Reginald Alexander WANTED Sex Offender


Reginald Alexander targeted a 14-year-old girl when he was 40 years old, police say. Now they say he’s failed to register as a sex offender.

Alexander, now 44, was convicted for sexual battery in 2003 out of Erie County. He got out of prison a year later, moved to Toledo and must register with Lucas County every 90 days.

Deputies say he failed to show up last December and is now wanted on a felony charge.

Alexander last lived in the 2300 block of Lawrence. He stands 5 ft. 9 in. and weighs 170 lbs. If you’ve seen him, call CrimeStopper at 419-255-1111.

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Juan Manuel Perez, Jr – Repeat Sex Offender on the run

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

The search was on Thursday for a registered sex offender, who police believe is responsible for two recent attempted abductions.

According to a police alert, investigators believe Juan Manuel Perez, Jr. is a threat to area children. That accusation is based on two incidents — one near the Del Valle Elementary and Middle schools, the other in the Wolf Lane community of Stoney Point.

“The fact that we have two incidents so close together would have anyone to believe he has reached an area in his life that he wants to re-offend, and he has become more dangerous for those reasons,” said Bastrop Co. Sheriff Rosanna Abreo.

Perez, who goes by the nickname of “Junior,” is a registered sex offender and is currently out on probation. His criminal record includes an exposure case in 2004 and a case of Indecency with a child in 2006. Now, based on what three 14-year-old girls say, investigators believe he is at it again.

The most recent incident reportedly happened near Del Valle Middle school. Two girls who were walking to school Tuesday morning say a man tried to grab them. It was similar to another incident, a few miles away, that happened in the Stoney Point community. A teenager says while jogging February 28, a man, fitting Perez’s description, exposed himself to her and also tried to force her into his car.

“She was able to pull away, she yelled at him, yelled for assistance and for him to leave her alone,” said Sheriff Abreo.

All three girls escaped unharmed. The current investigation, Sheriff Abreo says, is an opportunity to restate stranger danger rules.

“Somebody wants you to do something you don’t want to do, you address it immediately, and you tell your parents immediately. You scream, kick, and spit. Anything you can do to get away,” said Abreo.

Perez is linked to the two cases because of his car. One of the teenagers wrote down the tag number of the car they say was involved in the Del Valle incident. The plates were traced to Perez, but when investigators when to pick him up, they say he ran away. It is believed Perez is still in the area, and may be hiding out with friends. Anyone who has information about Junior Perez, is asked to contact their local law enforcement agency.

Juan Manuel Perez, Jr – Repeat Sex Offender on the run

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

The search was on Thursday for a registered sex offender, who police believe is responsible for two recent attempted abductions.

According to a police alert, investigators believe Juan Manuel Perez, Jr. is a threat to area children. That accusation is based on two incidents — one near the Del Valle Elementary and Middle schools, the other in the Wolf Lane community of Stoney Point.

“The fact that we have two incidents so close together would have anyone to believe he has reached an area in his life that he wants to re-offend, and he has become more dangerous for those reasons,” said Bastrop Co. Sheriff Rosanna Abreo.

Perez, who goes by the nickname of “Junior,” is a registered sex offender and is currently out on probation. His criminal record includes an exposure case in 2004 and a case of Indecency with a child in 2006. Now, based on what three 14-year-old girls say, investigators believe he is at it again.

The most recent incident reportedly happened near Del Valle Middle school. Two girls who were walking to school Tuesday morning say a man tried to grab them. It was similar to another incident, a few miles away, that happened in the Stoney Point community. A teenager says while jogging February 28, a man, fitting Perez’s description, exposed himself to her and also tried to force her into his car.

“She was able to pull away, she yelled at him, yelled for assistance and for him to leave her alone,” said Sheriff Abreo.

All three girls escaped unharmed. The current investigation, Sheriff Abreo says, is an opportunity to restate stranger danger rules.

“Somebody wants you to do something you don’t want to do, you address it immediately, and you tell your parents immediately. You scream, kick, and spit. Anything you can do to get away,” said Abreo.

Perez is linked to the two cases because of his car. One of the teenagers wrote down the tag number of the car they say was involved in the Del Valle incident. The plates were traced to Perez, but when investigators when to pick him up, they say he ran away. It is believed Perez is still in the area, and may be hiding out with friends. Anyone who has information about Junior Perez, is asked to contact their local law enforcement agency.

Robert Bollett – Repeat Sex Offender – Child Molester

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

A repeat sex offender who molested two Lakeville brothers was sentenced in Dakota County today to life imprisonment, a first for the Minnesota district courts.

Robert Bollett, 43, of Hayward, Wis., will be eligible for parole in 12 years. Bollett is believed to be the first repeat sex offender in Minnesota to receive a life term under a law passed by the state Legislature in 2005, in the wake of the Dru Sjodin investigation.

Bollett was previously convicted of sexually assaulting three boys in Carver, Scott and Hennepin counties. The convictions – Carver in 1988, Scott County in 1990, and Hennepin County in 1994 – involved children ranging in age from 7 to 12.

In August and September, Bollett lived with a Lakeville woman and her two young sons off and on, according to the criminal complaint against him. The woman reported finding Bollett in bed with her older son and sexually assaulting her younger son, and discovered the three showering together.

She expelled Bollett from her home and, at a friend’s urging, contacted police.

Bollett pleaded guilty in January to second-degree and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. Judge Michael Sovis sentenced him to two concurrent life terms, and based on a pre-sentence investigation, set his eligibility for parole after 12 years.

Bollett was prosecuted under a law that allows life terms without parole for sex offenders who commit certain heinous acts, such as torture and mutilation, or have multiple victims or a history of offenses.

Previously, sex offenders would be eligible for life without parole only if they murdered their victims.

The stricter law was among several measures the Legislature passed following Sjodin’s abduction and murder. The University of North Dakota student disappeared from a mall parking lot in Grand Forks, North Dakota in November 2003. Her partially nude, mutilated body was found five months later in a melting snow bank in Crookston, Minn.

On Feb. 8, 2007, a federal judge ordered the death sentence for Alfonso Rodriguez, Jr., a previously convicted sex offender who was found guilty in Sjodin’s death.

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Robert Bollett – Repeat Sex Offender – Child Molester

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

A repeat sex offender who molested two Lakeville brothers was sentenced in Dakota County today to life imprisonment, a first for the Minnesota district courts.

Robert Bollett, 43, of Hayward, Wis., will be eligible for parole in 12 years. Bollett is believed to be the first repeat sex offender in Minnesota to receive a life term under a law passed by the state Legislature in 2005, in the wake of the Dru Sjodin investigation.

Bollett was previously convicted of sexually assaulting three boys in Carver, Scott and Hennepin counties. The convictions – Carver in 1988, Scott County in 1990, and Hennepin County in 1994 – involved children ranging in age from 7 to 12.

In August and September, Bollett lived with a Lakeville woman and her two young sons off and on, according to the criminal complaint against him. The woman reported finding Bollett in bed with her older son and sexually assaulting her younger son, and discovered the three showering together.

She expelled Bollett from her home and, at a friend’s urging, contacted police.

Bollett pleaded guilty in January to second-degree and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. Judge Michael Sovis sentenced him to two concurrent life terms, and based on a pre-sentence investigation, set his eligibility for parole after 12 years.

Bollett was prosecuted under a law that allows life terms without parole for sex offenders who commit certain heinous acts, such as torture and mutilation, or have multiple victims or a history of offenses.

Previously, sex offenders would be eligible for life without parole only if they murdered their victims.

The stricter law was among several measures the Legislature passed following Sjodin’s abduction and murder. The University of North Dakota student disappeared from a mall parking lot in Grand Forks, North Dakota in November 2003. Her partially nude, mutilated body was found five months later in a melting snow bank in Crookston, Minn.

On Feb. 8, 2007, a federal judge ordered the death sentence for Alfonso Rodriguez, Jr., a previously convicted sex offender who was found guilty in Sjodin’s death.

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Porn ring: eight children rescued

Two British men have been arrested and eight British children have been rescued after a world-wide pedophile ring was broken with the help of Australian detectives.

Australian police say children as young as two were filmed and photographed being sexually abused to fulfil orders from an online pornography network.

Britain’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) said the British victims were traced to addresses in their home country.

Paul Griffiths, head of the Ceop victim identification team, said the children were subjected to horrendous abuse.

“These images are crime scene photos where children are being subjected to sexual abuse,” he told the BBC.

More than 40 children have been identified as victims of the pedophile ring, which operated in Australia, the United States, England, Canada and Germany.

A total of 22 people have been arrested worldwide, including 12 from the US and two Australians – one from Victoria and another from Queensland, who is believed to be one of the ringleaders.

A police operation, code-named Achilles, began investigations in January 2006 after Queensland police received intelligence from the Department of Internal Affairs in New Zealand.

Marc Fossorier – Internet Predator Busted


A nationally-recognized University of Hawaii professor, who used the Internet to set up a sexual meeting with a child, was sentenced to a year in jail Wednesday.

With a crowd of supporters behind him, Marc Fossorier stood before an Oahu judge and prepared to hear his punishment for electronic enticement.

He was an award-winning electrical engineering professor at UH Manoa until his arrest last October.

Investigators say the 43-year-old went online and had sexually-explicit conversations with an undercover agent who was posing as a 15-year-old girl.

Fossorier says he made a terrible mistake.

“I wish to sincerely apologize to the court, the community, my colleagues, my friends and my family,” the convicted Internet predator said.

The native of France faces possible deportation, and must register as a sex offender.

He’s scheduled to start his one-year jail term Thursday.

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