Curtis Lange – Repeat Sex Offender – RAPER!


A convicted sex offender has been arrested on suspicion of raping two Reno women after breaking into their homes.

44-year-old Curtis Lange of Sun Valley was on parole for the 1982 rape and attempted murder of a Minden teen when he was booked Friday into the Washoe County Jail on no bail.

Lange is accused of holding a 54-year-old woman captive for more than four hours on May 3 while sexually assaulting her multiple times.

Police also allege he held a 56-year-old woman captive for hours in November 2006 while she was sexually assaulted multiple times at gunpoint.

Lange was paroled in 2002 after serving 20 years for raping a 17-year-old fellow Douglas High School student in 1982 and stabbing her in the head.

Lange is a Tier 2 registered sex offender in Washoe County, assessed as posing a “moderate” risk to re-offend.

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

Curtis Lange – Repeat Sex Offender – RAPER!


A convicted sex offender has been arrested on suspicion of raping two Reno women after breaking into their homes.

44-year-old Curtis Lange of Sun Valley was on parole for the 1982 rape and attempted murder of a Minden teen when he was booked Friday into the Washoe County Jail on no bail.

Lange is accused of holding a 54-year-old woman captive for more than four hours on May 3 while sexually assaulting her multiple times.

Police also allege he held a 56-year-old woman captive for hours in November 2006 while she was sexually assaulted multiple times at gunpoint.

Lange was paroled in 2002 after serving 20 years for raping a 17-year-old fellow Douglas High School student in 1982 and stabbing her in the head.

Lange is a Tier 2 registered sex offender in Washoe County, assessed as posing a “moderate” risk to re-offend.

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

Curtis Lange – Repeat Sex Offender – RAPER!


A convicted sex offender has been arrested on suspicion of raping two Reno women after breaking into their homes.

44-year-old Curtis Lange of Sun Valley was on parole for the 1982 rape and attempted murder of a Minden teen when he was booked Friday into the Washoe County Jail on no bail.

Lange is accused of holding a 54-year-old woman captive for more than four hours on May 3 while sexually assaulting her multiple times.

Police also allege he held a 56-year-old woman captive for hours in November 2006 while she was sexually assaulted multiple times at gunpoint.

Lange was paroled in 2002 after serving 20 years for raping a 17-year-old fellow Douglas High School student in 1982 and stabbing her in the head.

Lange is a Tier 2 registered sex offender in Washoe County, assessed as posing a “moderate” risk to re-offend.

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

Jesse E. Cleary – Pedophile BabySitter – Convicted

A Bay City man will spend between 23 and 50 years in prison for the physical and sexual abuse of a young girl who was under his care while her mother was at work.

Jesse E. Cleary, who lived at 910 N. Grant St., pleaded guilty Friday to one count of first degree criminal sexual contact and two counts of second degree CSC. Cleary received sentences of eight to 15 years each for the two counts of second degree CSC. Sentences are to run concurrently and Cleary will get credit for 256 days already served.

In exchange for his plea, five counts of criminal sexual conduct against the girl’s two younger brothers were dropped, though the abuse against the boys was considered for purposes of sentencing, said J. Dee Brooks, Bay County assistant prosecutor.

The abuse took place between 2004 and 2007. The oldest child, then 10, told her mother of the abuse in September 2007. Cleary forced her to perform oral sex on him at least 15 times, starting when she was 8 years old. He would also put all the children in his bed and order them to rub him sexually, beating and choking them when they didn’t perform as he instructed.

The two younger children were 4 and 8 at the time. All three told investigators that Cleary had threatened to kill their mother if they told anyone about the activities, and showed them a gun while making the threat.

“This was a very horrendous child sexual abuse case,” said Bay County Prosecutor Kurt C. Asbury, “In fact, I think it’s one of the worse I’ve ever seen in my 22-plus years as a prosecutor.

Both Cleary, 35, and his attorney, Edward M. Czuprynski, on Friday asked Bay County Circuit Judge William J. Caprathe to take consideration of Cleary’s cooperation with law enforcement officials when sentencing him.

“I realize that my client has been convicted of some serious (offenses) and has been projected in a negative light this morning,” Czuprynski told the court. When the abuse came to light, Czuprynski said, Cleary was cooperative, has been remorseful and contrite, and did not want to put the child through a trial.

“Once in the system his chief concern … was about minimizing, to the extent that he could, the trauma to the little girl,” Czuprynski said, adding that Cleary “scratches his head to this day, wondering why it ever happened.”

Cleary addressed the court, saying he has been compliant and wanted no more emotional trauma for the children involved.

“I’m very sorry for what has happened,” Cleary said. “I was drinking and using drugs excessively at the time.”

Asbury said that’s not an excuse.

“It’s my position there can never be acceptable excuses to abuse a child and these cases will continue to be a top priority in my office,” Asbury said.

Cleary talked about his own two children who are suffering because he’s not in their life.

But Caprathe wasn’t moved to go outside of sentencing guidelines.

“I really don’t hear the defendant’s admission to the responsibility,” Caprathe said.

Cleary had said he wanted to go to trial but accepted the plea to spare the children.

“Which leads the court to believe that he doesn’t feel he’s really responsible,” Caprathe said. “I’m hearing mixed messages.”

Perhaps a more convincing argument came from the victims themselves, who told a tale of being punched and kicked, having their heads thrust into a toilet full of urine and having food withdrawn when they didn’t do what Cleary wanted – a punishment that was particularly serious for one of the boys, a diabetic.

They told of being shown pornographic movies and then being forced to act out things that were done in the movies with each other and with Cleary.

“I’m here today to tell you what a bad person Jesse is,” the older boy had written. He and his younger brother stood at the podium, less than 10 feet from where Cleary sat, while his words were read aloud by Stephanie Cornejo, sexual assault case manager for the Bay Area Women’s Center.

“Every single day I had to deal with him punching me and hitting me,” Cornejo read. “I have a hard time being around my sister because I feel weird … I hate Jesse more than anything in the world.”

The girl tried to read her statement but had to stop because she was crying. She said she was 6 when the abuse started.

“Do you know what it’s like to look at my brother every day?” Cornejo read for her. “I think Jesse is a pedophile and a psycho and he should be put in prison for the rest of his life.”

Jesse E. Cleary – Pedophile BabySitter – Convicted

A Bay City man will spend between 23 and 50 years in prison for the physical and sexual abuse of a young girl who was under his care while her mother was at work.

Jesse E. Cleary, who lived at 910 N. Grant St., pleaded guilty Friday to one count of first degree criminal sexual contact and two counts of second degree CSC. Cleary received sentences of eight to 15 years each for the two counts of second degree CSC. Sentences are to run concurrently and Cleary will get credit for 256 days already served.

In exchange for his plea, five counts of criminal sexual conduct against the girl’s two younger brothers were dropped, though the abuse against the boys was considered for purposes of sentencing, said J. Dee Brooks, Bay County assistant prosecutor.

The abuse took place between 2004 and 2007. The oldest child, then 10, told her mother of the abuse in September 2007. Cleary forced her to perform oral sex on him at least 15 times, starting when she was 8 years old. He would also put all the children in his bed and order them to rub him sexually, beating and choking them when they didn’t perform as he instructed.

The two younger children were 4 and 8 at the time. All three told investigators that Cleary had threatened to kill their mother if they told anyone about the activities, and showed them a gun while making the threat.

“This was a very horrendous child sexual abuse case,” said Bay County Prosecutor Kurt C. Asbury, “In fact, I think it’s one of the worse I’ve ever seen in my 22-plus years as a prosecutor.

Both Cleary, 35, and his attorney, Edward M. Czuprynski, on Friday asked Bay County Circuit Judge William J. Caprathe to take consideration of Cleary’s cooperation with law enforcement officials when sentencing him.

“I realize that my client has been convicted of some serious (offenses) and has been projected in a negative light this morning,” Czuprynski told the court. When the abuse came to light, Czuprynski said, Cleary was cooperative, has been remorseful and contrite, and did not want to put the child through a trial.

“Once in the system his chief concern … was about minimizing, to the extent that he could, the trauma to the little girl,” Czuprynski said, adding that Cleary “scratches his head to this day, wondering why it ever happened.”

Cleary addressed the court, saying he has been compliant and wanted no more emotional trauma for the children involved.

“I’m very sorry for what has happened,” Cleary said. “I was drinking and using drugs excessively at the time.”

Asbury said that’s not an excuse.

“It’s my position there can never be acceptable excuses to abuse a child and these cases will continue to be a top priority in my office,” Asbury said.

Cleary talked about his own two children who are suffering because he’s not in their life.

But Caprathe wasn’t moved to go outside of sentencing guidelines.

“I really don’t hear the defendant’s admission to the responsibility,” Caprathe said.

Cleary had said he wanted to go to trial but accepted the plea to spare the children.

“Which leads the court to believe that he doesn’t feel he’s really responsible,” Caprathe said. “I’m hearing mixed messages.”

Perhaps a more convincing argument came from the victims themselves, who told a tale of being punched and kicked, having their heads thrust into a toilet full of urine and having food withdrawn when they didn’t do what Cleary wanted – a punishment that was particularly serious for one of the boys, a diabetic.

They told of being shown pornographic movies and then being forced to act out things that were done in the movies with each other and with Cleary.

“I’m here today to tell you what a bad person Jesse is,” the older boy had written. He and his younger brother stood at the podium, less than 10 feet from where Cleary sat, while his words were read aloud by Stephanie Cornejo, sexual assault case manager for the Bay Area Women’s Center.

“Every single day I had to deal with him punching me and hitting me,” Cornejo read. “I have a hard time being around my sister because I feel weird … I hate Jesse more than anything in the world.”

The girl tried to read her statement but had to stop because she was crying. She said she was 6 when the abuse started.

“Do you know what it’s like to look at my brother every day?” Cornejo read for her. “I think Jesse is a pedophile and a psycho and he should be put in prison for the rest of his life.”

John Rodriguez – Repeat Sex Offender – Compulsive Perverted Pedophile

“The evidence of him violating the children were so graphic we didn’t think we could show it to a jury,” Morgan said. “He would drug the children to the point of incapacitation. The girls were like limp dolls.”

A repeat sex offender from Beverly was sentenced to 30 years in state prison today for sexually assaulting four girls after drugging them first and videotaping the attacks.

Defendant John Rodriguez, 48, apologized and said he “hurts dearly” and realizes he needs help, explaining he was sexually abused as a child by a relative and swimming instructor and believed that was “how love was shown.”

NO EXCUSES

In sentencing him as a compulsive sex offender, Superior Court Judge Patricia LeBon imposed a 30-year prison term – three consecutive 10-year terms on three counts of aggravated sexual assault against three of the 7 to 14-year-old victims, all of whom he knew.

Three lesser sentences for endangering the welfare of a child and making pornography using videotapes were consolidated with that sentence.

Kevin Morgan, assistant Burlington County prosecutor, said the videotaped acts were vile and that Rodriguez suffers from a repetitive and complusive condition for which even his doctors say there is no hope of a cure.

“The evidence of him violating the children were so graphic we didn’t think we could show it to a jury,” Morgan said. “He would drug the children to the point of incapacitation. The girls were like limp dolls.”

Morgan said the defendant’s stupidity in making the tapes led to his arrest after they were found by a woman whom the prosecutor did not identify.

Rodriguez was persuaded to plead guilty Feb. 25 to six charged in a 68-count Burlington County indictment alleging sex acts with the children from February 2005 to July 2006.

The defendant served a five-year prison term for a 1986 sexual assault on a child but he said his term ended before he could complete treatment at the state Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center at Avenel.

Rodriguez would be at least 71 before he is eligible for parole because he must serve at least 25 and half years in prison. He also was convicted of illegal sexual contact with an adult 1992 before the stricter Megan’s Law sex offender act was passed.

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

John Rodriguez – Repeat Sex Offender – Compulsive Perverted Pedophile

“The evidence of him violating the children were so graphic we didn’t think we could show it to a jury,” Morgan said. “He would drug the children to the point of incapacitation. The girls were like limp dolls.”

A repeat sex offender from Beverly was sentenced to 30 years in state prison today for sexually assaulting four girls after drugging them first and videotaping the attacks.

Defendant John Rodriguez, 48, apologized and said he “hurts dearly” and realizes he needs help, explaining he was sexually abused as a child by a relative and swimming instructor and believed that was “how love was shown.”

NO EXCUSES

In sentencing him as a compulsive sex offender, Superior Court Judge Patricia LeBon imposed a 30-year prison term – three consecutive 10-year terms on three counts of aggravated sexual assault against three of the 7 to 14-year-old victims, all of whom he knew.

Three lesser sentences for endangering the welfare of a child and making pornography using videotapes were consolidated with that sentence.

Kevin Morgan, assistant Burlington County prosecutor, said the videotaped acts were vile and that Rodriguez suffers from a repetitive and complusive condition for which even his doctors say there is no hope of a cure.

“The evidence of him violating the children were so graphic we didn’t think we could show it to a jury,” Morgan said. “He would drug the children to the point of incapacitation. The girls were like limp dolls.”

Morgan said the defendant’s stupidity in making the tapes led to his arrest after they were found by a woman whom the prosecutor did not identify.

Rodriguez was persuaded to plead guilty Feb. 25 to six charged in a 68-count Burlington County indictment alleging sex acts with the children from February 2005 to July 2006.

The defendant served a five-year prison term for a 1986 sexual assault on a child but he said his term ended before he could complete treatment at the state Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center at Avenel.

Rodriguez would be at least 71 before he is eligible for parole because he must serve at least 25 and half years in prison. He also was convicted of illegal sexual contact with an adult 1992 before the stricter Megan’s Law sex offender act was passed.

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

Alfred Balcerak – Repeat Sex Offender

Conviction date: 3/19/1998
Sexual Abuse 1st:Sexual Contact With Individual Less Than 11Years Old
Offender’s age at conviction: 39
Victim Age: 9


Balcerak is listed as a Level 2 Sex Offender on the New York State Sex Offender Registry.
Balcerak, 49, opened an upholstery store in April, and about a month later allegedly began sexually abusing two boys there, Nassau County Police 1st Squad detectives said.

A police investigation was initiated when the mother of one of the victims saw Balcerak’s picture on the state Sex Offender Registry Web site. One of the boys was 13 years old, and the other 14. Neither was physically injured during the alleged abuse.

Balcerak lured the boys with promises of odd jobs and then “rough-housed” with them, allegedly touching their genitals, according to Detective Lt. Karl Schoepp, commanding officer of the 1st Squad.

Balcerak was arrested at a friend’s home in Long Beach after a brief investigation, and was arraigned in First District Court on Monday. He was ordered held on $250,000 bond or $100,000 cash bail.

In December he was arrested and sentenced to 45 days in jail and three years’ probation, after he failed to register his address with the Sex Offender Registry.

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

Alfred Balcerak – Repeat Sex Offender

Conviction date: 3/19/1998
Sexual Abuse 1st:Sexual Contact With Individual Less Than 11Years Old
Offender’s age at conviction: 39
Victim Age: 9


Balcerak is listed as a Level 2 Sex Offender on the New York State Sex Offender Registry.
Balcerak, 49, opened an upholstery store in April, and about a month later allegedly began sexually abusing two boys there, Nassau County Police 1st Squad detectives said.

A police investigation was initiated when the mother of one of the victims saw Balcerak’s picture on the state Sex Offender Registry Web site. One of the boys was 13 years old, and the other 14. Neither was physically injured during the alleged abuse.

Balcerak lured the boys with promises of odd jobs and then “rough-housed” with them, allegedly touching their genitals, according to Detective Lt. Karl Schoepp, commanding officer of the 1st Squad.

Balcerak was arrested at a friend’s home in Long Beach after a brief investigation, and was arraigned in First District Court on Monday. He was ordered held on $250,000 bond or $100,000 cash bail.

In December he was arrested and sentenced to 45 days in jail and three years’ probation, after he failed to register his address with the Sex Offender Registry.

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

Alfred Balcerak – Repeat Sex Offender

Conviction date: 3/19/1998
Sexual Abuse 1st:Sexual Contact With Individual Less Than 11Years Old
Offender’s age at conviction: 39
Victim Age: 9


Balcerak is listed as a Level 2 Sex Offender on the New York State Sex Offender Registry.
Balcerak, 49, opened an upholstery store in April, and about a month later allegedly began sexually abusing two boys there, Nassau County Police 1st Squad detectives said.

A police investigation was initiated when the mother of one of the victims saw Balcerak’s picture on the state Sex Offender Registry Web site. One of the boys was 13 years old, and the other 14. Neither was physically injured during the alleged abuse.

Balcerak lured the boys with promises of odd jobs and then “rough-housed” with them, allegedly touching their genitals, according to Detective Lt. Karl Schoepp, commanding officer of the 1st Squad.

Balcerak was arrested at a friend’s home in Long Beach after a brief investigation, and was arraigned in First District Court on Monday. He was ordered held on $250,000 bond or $100,000 cash bail.

In December he was arrested and sentenced to 45 days in jail and three years’ probation, after he failed to register his address with the Sex Offender Registry.

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