Jay Allen Hench – Repeat Sex Offender – Sexual Predator

A registered sex offender was arrested by state police this morning and charged with performing a sex act on an unconscious man in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County.

Police said Jay Allen Hench, 50, plied the 20-year-old man with alcohol until the man passed out. The man’s mother walked in on Hench performing the sex act on her son at a home in the first block of South Spring Garden Estates around 1 a.m., troopers said.

Court records show Hench served a state prison term for a 1995 Cumberland County conviction on a charge of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.

He is in county prison in lieu of $250,000 bail in the new case.

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

Jay Allen Hench – Repeat Sex Offender – Sexual Predator

A registered sex offender was arrested by state police this morning and charged with performing a sex act on an unconscious man in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County.

Police said Jay Allen Hench, 50, plied the 20-year-old man with alcohol until the man passed out. The man’s mother walked in on Hench performing the sex act on her son at a home in the first block of South Spring Garden Estates around 1 a.m., troopers said.

Court records show Hench served a state prison term for a 1995 Cumberland County conviction on a charge of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.

He is in county prison in lieu of $250,000 bail in the new case.

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

Kenneth Leon Mills- Repeat Sex Offender – "Uncle Santa Claus"

A convicted sex offender from Curry County has been charged with the criminal sexual penetration of a Tucumcari 9-year-old, according to a press release from the Tucumcari Police Department.

Kenneth Leon Mills, 30, was arrested Tuesday and pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to the charges before the Quay County Magistrate Court. Mills is being held in the Quay County Detention Center. His bail is set at $250,000.

Mills is charged with two felony counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor, kidnapping and aggravated burglary.

“Mills who had absconded from Curry County and failed to register (as a sex offender) was picked up after officers responded to a reported sexual assault in South Tucumcari,” the police press release said.

Tucumcari Police Chief Roger Hatcher said a warrant for failure to register as a sex offender had been issued by Curry County and that warrant was served on Mills following his arrest in Tucumcari.

Mills has been traveling back and forth between Clovis and Tucumcari, Hatcher said.

The child’s mother said a man she knew “had entered the residence and then she said he had raped her daughter,” according to court documents.

The 9-year-old told her mother she had been taken outside to a dumpster where the attack occurred, court documents stated.

“She told her mother that he told her not to scream or say anything to her mother because he would kill her mother. … He told her not to be scared and he called himself Uncle Santa Claus,” the documents said.

Hatcher said it’s believed Mills lifted up a window near the front door of the residence, opened the front door from the inside and then “went in and took the child outside.”

It’s not certain if Mills released the child or the child ran back into the house to her mother’s bedroom. The mother then called police, Hatcher said.

New Mexico’s sex offender registry reports MIlls was convicted of criminal sexual penetration in 1998 in Curry County. He registered as a sex offender in September 2003.

“There is no excuse for the violence this child has suffered,” Hatcher said in the news release. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to her and her family and I hope we have given them some sort of peace and security with the prompt arrest of Kenneth Mills.”

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

Kenneth Leon Mills- Repeat Sex Offender – "Uncle Santa Claus"

A convicted sex offender from Curry County has been charged with the criminal sexual penetration of a Tucumcari 9-year-old, according to a press release from the Tucumcari Police Department.

Kenneth Leon Mills, 30, was arrested Tuesday and pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to the charges before the Quay County Magistrate Court. Mills is being held in the Quay County Detention Center. His bail is set at $250,000.

Mills is charged with two felony counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor, kidnapping and aggravated burglary.

“Mills who had absconded from Curry County and failed to register (as a sex offender) was picked up after officers responded to a reported sexual assault in South Tucumcari,” the police press release said.

Tucumcari Police Chief Roger Hatcher said a warrant for failure to register as a sex offender had been issued by Curry County and that warrant was served on Mills following his arrest in Tucumcari.

Mills has been traveling back and forth between Clovis and Tucumcari, Hatcher said.

The child’s mother said a man she knew “had entered the residence and then she said he had raped her daughter,” according to court documents.

The 9-year-old told her mother she had been taken outside to a dumpster where the attack occurred, court documents stated.

“She told her mother that he told her not to scream or say anything to her mother because he would kill her mother. … He told her not to be scared and he called himself Uncle Santa Claus,” the documents said.

Hatcher said it’s believed Mills lifted up a window near the front door of the residence, opened the front door from the inside and then “went in and took the child outside.”

It’s not certain if Mills released the child or the child ran back into the house to her mother’s bedroom. The mother then called police, Hatcher said.

New Mexico’s sex offender registry reports MIlls was convicted of criminal sexual penetration in 1998 in Curry County. He registered as a sex offender in September 2003.

“There is no excuse for the violence this child has suffered,” Hatcher said in the news release. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to her and her family and I hope we have given them some sort of peace and security with the prompt arrest of Kenneth Mills.”

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

Dennis Nolan – Repeat Sex Offender He was searching for a victim

Conviction date: 7/12/1999
Attempted Sexual Abuse-1st Degree
Offender’s age at conviction: 42
Victim Age: 10

A Level 3 sex offender who was quizzed by Skaneateles police after he was reported watching children in a park through binoculars has been arrested by Syracuse police.

Dennis Nolan, 51, was accused of failing to register his address with local authorities as required by law. He is being held without bail at the Onondaga County Justice Center.

Nolan was picked up on a warrant issued Aug. 19, said Sgt. Tom Connellan, speaking for Syracuse police. Nolan failed to register his address every 90 days, Connellan said.

Nolan was taken into custody Wednesday, Connellan said.

Nolan served time after a 1999 conviction for first-degree attempted sexual abuse in an incident involving a 10-year-old boy, according to the state. A Level 3 sex offender is one the court determined to be a high risk of committing another sex crime.

Neighbors of Austin Park in Skaneateles had noticed him for several days parked near the playground.

Skaneateles police talked to Nolan on Aug. 5 but could do nothing but ask him to move on, police Chief H. Lloyd Perkins said.

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

Dennis Nolan – Repeat Sex Offender He was searching for a victim

Conviction date: 7/12/1999
Attempted Sexual Abuse-1st Degree
Offender’s age at conviction: 42
Victim Age: 10

A Level 3 sex offender who was quizzed by Skaneateles police after he was reported watching children in a park through binoculars has been arrested by Syracuse police.

Dennis Nolan, 51, was accused of failing to register his address with local authorities as required by law. He is being held without bail at the Onondaga County Justice Center.

Nolan was picked up on a warrant issued Aug. 19, said Sgt. Tom Connellan, speaking for Syracuse police. Nolan failed to register his address every 90 days, Connellan said.

Nolan was taken into custody Wednesday, Connellan said.

Nolan served time after a 1999 conviction for first-degree attempted sexual abuse in an incident involving a 10-year-old boy, according to the state. A Level 3 sex offender is one the court determined to be a high risk of committing another sex crime.

Neighbors of Austin Park in Skaneateles had noticed him for several days parked near the playground.

Skaneateles police talked to Nolan on Aug. 5 but could do nothing but ask him to move on, police Chief H. Lloyd Perkins said.

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