Kyle Langevin -Busted for Kiddie Porn


A 20-year-old man from Utah County was arrested after police found graphic child pornography on the man’s computer. Police are calling the porn some of the most disturbing images they have ever seen.

Authorities say the computer, owned by Utah County man, Kyle Langevin, contained pornographic images showing adult women being raped and abused. Ten pornographic videos of infants and toddlers were also found in Langevin’s home.

“The pornography that Mr. Langenvin had was probably the worst that I have ever seen,” said Detective Jeff Waybell, of the Utah County Sheriff’s Department.

Langevin was arrested Wednesday morning. Police say the evidence they had showed that “there was no question that the images contained infants and toddlers.”

Officials say Langenvin wasn’t exactly shocked when the arrest took place.

“He acted as though he expected it at one point ore another,” said Detective Waybell.

According to Waybell, upon the arrest, Langevin confessed to owning and viewing the pornography.

“He said he feels horrible about himself and that he knew what he was doing was wrong,” said Waybell. “For him it was a situation where he just kept getting deeper and deeper.”

Langevin is now booked in a Utah County Jail under charges of sexual exploitation of a minor. Detective Waybell says that if convicted of all possible charges, Langevin could spend the rest of his life in prison.

Published in: on May 8, 2008 at 8:30 pm  Leave a Comment  

Kyle Langevin -Busted for Kiddie Porn


A 20-year-old man from Utah County was arrested after police found graphic child pornography on the man’s computer. Police are calling the porn some of the most disturbing images they have ever seen.

Authorities say the computer, owned by Utah County man, Kyle Langevin, contained pornographic images showing adult women being raped and abused. Ten pornographic videos of infants and toddlers were also found in Langevin’s home.

“The pornography that Mr. Langenvin had was probably the worst that I have ever seen,” said Detective Jeff Waybell, of the Utah County Sheriff’s Department.

Langevin was arrested Wednesday morning. Police say the evidence they had showed that “there was no question that the images contained infants and toddlers.”

Officials say Langenvin wasn’t exactly shocked when the arrest took place.

“He acted as though he expected it at one point ore another,” said Detective Waybell.

According to Waybell, upon the arrest, Langevin confessed to owning and viewing the pornography.

“He said he feels horrible about himself and that he knew what he was doing was wrong,” said Waybell. “For him it was a situation where he just kept getting deeper and deeper.”

Langevin is now booked in a Utah County Jail under charges of sexual exploitation of a minor. Detective Waybell says that if convicted of all possible charges, Langevin could spend the rest of his life in prison.

Published in: on May 8, 2008 at 8:30 pm  Leave a Comment  

Kyle Langevin -Busted for Kiddie Porn


A 20-year-old man from Utah County was arrested after police found graphic child pornography on the man’s computer. Police are calling the porn some of the most disturbing images they have ever seen.

Authorities say the computer, owned by Utah County man, Kyle Langevin, contained pornographic images showing adult women being raped and abused. Ten pornographic videos of infants and toddlers were also found in Langevin’s home.

“The pornography that Mr. Langenvin had was probably the worst that I have ever seen,” said Detective Jeff Waybell, of the Utah County Sheriff’s Department.

Langevin was arrested Wednesday morning. Police say the evidence they had showed that “there was no question that the images contained infants and toddlers.”

Officials say Langenvin wasn’t exactly shocked when the arrest took place.

“He acted as though he expected it at one point ore another,” said Detective Waybell.

According to Waybell, upon the arrest, Langevin confessed to owning and viewing the pornography.

“He said he feels horrible about himself and that he knew what he was doing was wrong,” said Waybell. “For him it was a situation where he just kept getting deeper and deeper.”

Langevin is now booked in a Utah County Jail under charges of sexual exploitation of a minor. Detective Waybell says that if convicted of all possible charges, Langevin could spend the rest of his life in prison.

Published in: on May 8, 2008 at 8:30 pm  Leave a Comment  

Dennis Davis – Repeat Sex Offender Strikes again….and again

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


A registered sex offender accused of kidnapping and raping a Ligonier bartender faces additional charges for making a similar attempt in 2006.

Forty-eight-year-old Dennis Davis of Boswell is registered on the state’s Megan’s Law Web site due to a 1991 conviction.

A woman saw the May 2 media reports about Davis. Police say she then approached them saying she had checked the Web site and could identify Davis as the man who had attempted to kidnap her in Jenner Township in 2006. At that time, she had filed a complaint with police, but the case remained unsolved.

Police say they filed additional charges for the 2006 incident against Davis after the woman picked him out of a line up.

Dennis Davis – Repeat Sex Offender Strikes again….and again

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


A registered sex offender accused of kidnapping and raping a Ligonier bartender faces additional charges for making a similar attempt in 2006.

Forty-eight-year-old Dennis Davis of Boswell is registered on the state’s Megan’s Law Web site due to a 1991 conviction.

A woman saw the May 2 media reports about Davis. Police say she then approached them saying she had checked the Web site and could identify Davis as the man who had attempted to kidnap her in Jenner Township in 2006. At that time, she had filed a complaint with police, but the case remained unsolved.

Police say they filed additional charges for the 2006 incident against Davis after the woman picked him out of a line up.

Dennis Davis – Repeat Sex Offender Strikes again….and again

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


A registered sex offender accused of kidnapping and raping a Ligonier bartender faces additional charges for making a similar attempt in 2006.

Forty-eight-year-old Dennis Davis of Boswell is registered on the state’s Megan’s Law Web site due to a 1991 conviction.

A woman saw the May 2 media reports about Davis. Police say she then approached them saying she had checked the Web site and could identify Davis as the man who had attempted to kidnap her in Jenner Township in 2006. At that time, she had filed a complaint with police, but the case remained unsolved.

Police say they filed additional charges for the 2006 incident against Davis after the woman picked him out of a line up.

David L. Nyhart – Says he didn’t try to suffocate his own baby

A registered sex offender who allegedly caused his 4-month-old son to suffocate when the baby wouldn’t stop crying pleaded not guilty Thursday in King County Superior Court, the Prosecutors Office reported.

David L. Nyhart, 23, of Seattle, was arraigned on one count of first-degree child assault. He was arrested April 23, eight days after he and his 22-year-old wife called 911 to report the baby had stopped breathing, according to charging papers.

The baby, born in December, remains under intensive care at Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center after spending several days on life support. The baby suffered “catastrophic” brain damage, which doctors think may leave him debilitated for life, court documents say.

Nyhart, a Level 3 sex offender, had a $60,000 warrant for his arrest for failing to register with authorities in King County when police began investigating the alleged child abuse last month. He has two prior convictions for failing to register his address after serving prison time for second-degree incest.

On Thursday, he was being held in the King County Jail with bail set at $500,000. He could face up to 10 years imprisonment if convicted, said Dan Donohoe, Prosecutor’s Office spokesman.

Nyhart’s lawyer could not be reached for comment.

On April 15, the couple called 911 from their apartment at 925 S.W. Holden Street in West Seattle. His wife said she had just returned home from work. Nyhart had been watching the couple’s son and 15-month-old daughter, court documents say.

Nyhart initially said he thought the baby might have accidentally suffocated in a blanket and towel that he had wrapped him in, court documents say.

A week later, an upstairs neighbor called police to relate a conversation between him and the defendant in which Nyhart allegedly confided that he had thrown a blanket over the baby’s face to muffle his cries, court documents say.

Nyhart said he came back to check on his son and discovered the baby had stopped breathing under the blanket, according to the friend’s statement. Doctors think the baby suffocated or overheated, court documents say.

Initially, Nyhart’s wife told police she had checked on the baby after coming home and found him breathing normally. After hearing from the witness, police re-interviewed the wife, who acknowledged that she initially had been dishonest. She told police Nyhart often was aggressive towards the children and had shaken the baby before while yelling at him to stop crying, court documents say.

After Nyhart was booked into jail, he called his wife to ask if “we have our stories straight?” court documents say. The couple married in January 2006, according to their King County marriage license. His wife lists her birthplace as Laos.

Police were called three times to the couple’s apartment in the past two years to investigate reports of domestic violence. On March 28, Nyhart was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault, court documents say.

Published in: on May 8, 2008 at 7:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

David L. Nyhart – Says he didn’t try to suffocate his own baby

A registered sex offender who allegedly caused his 4-month-old son to suffocate when the baby wouldn’t stop crying pleaded not guilty Thursday in King County Superior Court, the Prosecutors Office reported.

David L. Nyhart, 23, of Seattle, was arraigned on one count of first-degree child assault. He was arrested April 23, eight days after he and his 22-year-old wife called 911 to report the baby had stopped breathing, according to charging papers.

The baby, born in December, remains under intensive care at Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center after spending several days on life support. The baby suffered “catastrophic” brain damage, which doctors think may leave him debilitated for life, court documents say.

Nyhart, a Level 3 sex offender, had a $60,000 warrant for his arrest for failing to register with authorities in King County when police began investigating the alleged child abuse last month. He has two prior convictions for failing to register his address after serving prison time for second-degree incest.

On Thursday, he was being held in the King County Jail with bail set at $500,000. He could face up to 10 years imprisonment if convicted, said Dan Donohoe, Prosecutor’s Office spokesman.

Nyhart’s lawyer could not be reached for comment.

On April 15, the couple called 911 from their apartment at 925 S.W. Holden Street in West Seattle. His wife said she had just returned home from work. Nyhart had been watching the couple’s son and 15-month-old daughter, court documents say.

Nyhart initially said he thought the baby might have accidentally suffocated in a blanket and towel that he had wrapped him in, court documents say.

A week later, an upstairs neighbor called police to relate a conversation between him and the defendant in which Nyhart allegedly confided that he had thrown a blanket over the baby’s face to muffle his cries, court documents say.

Nyhart said he came back to check on his son and discovered the baby had stopped breathing under the blanket, according to the friend’s statement. Doctors think the baby suffocated or overheated, court documents say.

Initially, Nyhart’s wife told police she had checked on the baby after coming home and found him breathing normally. After hearing from the witness, police re-interviewed the wife, who acknowledged that she initially had been dishonest. She told police Nyhart often was aggressive towards the children and had shaken the baby before while yelling at him to stop crying, court documents say.

After Nyhart was booked into jail, he called his wife to ask if “we have our stories straight?” court documents say. The couple married in January 2006, according to their King County marriage license. His wife lists her birthplace as Laos.

Police were called three times to the couple’s apartment in the past two years to investigate reports of domestic violence. On March 28, Nyhart was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault, court documents say.

Published in: on May 8, 2008 at 7:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

David L. Nyhart – Says he didn’t try to suffocate his own baby

A registered sex offender who allegedly caused his 4-month-old son to suffocate when the baby wouldn’t stop crying pleaded not guilty Thursday in King County Superior Court, the Prosecutors Office reported.

David L. Nyhart, 23, of Seattle, was arraigned on one count of first-degree child assault. He was arrested April 23, eight days after he and his 22-year-old wife called 911 to report the baby had stopped breathing, according to charging papers.

The baby, born in December, remains under intensive care at Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center after spending several days on life support. The baby suffered “catastrophic” brain damage, which doctors think may leave him debilitated for life, court documents say.

Nyhart, a Level 3 sex offender, had a $60,000 warrant for his arrest for failing to register with authorities in King County when police began investigating the alleged child abuse last month. He has two prior convictions for failing to register his address after serving prison time for second-degree incest.

On Thursday, he was being held in the King County Jail with bail set at $500,000. He could face up to 10 years imprisonment if convicted, said Dan Donohoe, Prosecutor’s Office spokesman.

Nyhart’s lawyer could not be reached for comment.

On April 15, the couple called 911 from their apartment at 925 S.W. Holden Street in West Seattle. His wife said she had just returned home from work. Nyhart had been watching the couple’s son and 15-month-old daughter, court documents say.

Nyhart initially said he thought the baby might have accidentally suffocated in a blanket and towel that he had wrapped him in, court documents say.

A week later, an upstairs neighbor called police to relate a conversation between him and the defendant in which Nyhart allegedly confided that he had thrown a blanket over the baby’s face to muffle his cries, court documents say.

Nyhart said he came back to check on his son and discovered the baby had stopped breathing under the blanket, according to the friend’s statement. Doctors think the baby suffocated or overheated, court documents say.

Initially, Nyhart’s wife told police she had checked on the baby after coming home and found him breathing normally. After hearing from the witness, police re-interviewed the wife, who acknowledged that she initially had been dishonest. She told police Nyhart often was aggressive towards the children and had shaken the baby before while yelling at him to stop crying, court documents say.

After Nyhart was booked into jail, he called his wife to ask if “we have our stories straight?” court documents say. The couple married in January 2006, according to their King County marriage license. His wife lists her birthplace as Laos.

Police were called three times to the couple’s apartment in the past two years to investigate reports of domestic violence. On March 28, Nyhart was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault, court documents say.

Published in: on May 8, 2008 at 7:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

Paul Grimsley – Repeat Sex Offender

Grimsley has “enormous risk to re-offend” and so is
“someone who should be monitored forever.”

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


A convicted sex offender who served three years for molesting a 14-year-old girl but claims that he has raped 58 children was sentenced Wednesday to a decade in prison for possessing child pornography on a home computer.

Paul Grimsley, 31, who was living in Torrington when he was convicted of molesting the girl in 2002 and most recently was living in New Britain, is likely to offend again and should receive intense treatment in prison and strict supervision once he is released, Judge Joan Alexander said during his sentencing at Superior Court in New Britain.

The judge ordered him to be listed on the state’s sex offender registry for life. It was not clear Wednesday if police are investigating the claim that Grimsley made to probation officers that he has raped dozens of other children.

Alexander said the serious danger that Grimsley poses to society and the slim chance that treatment will stop him from molesting children underscore why the state should mandate civil commitment of high-risk offenders to hospitals for evaluation after release from prison.

She said that Grimsley could voluntarily seek that commitment when he is released and she urged him to consider it.

Grimsley was arrested last October after a computer repair center told police that a customer’s computer appeared to have files of child pornography. Police found 324 images of children being sexually tortured and exploited, according to court records.

Many were images of girls aged 4 to 8, records say.

In court, the judge said that the pictures were crime scene photographs, depicting illegal acts suffered by child victims, which is why it is against the law to possess them.

“These are real children in these images,” Alexander said. “Viewing the images doesn’t remove you from the crime.”

Prosecutor Brian Preleski said a pre-sentencing report warned that Grimsley has “enormous risk to re-offend” and so is “someone who should be monitored forever.”

“It’s frightening to think that Mr. Grimsley will eventually be back in the community,” Preleski said of the defendant, who was still on parole from his 2002 conviction when arrested last fall.