Frank C. Intersimone – Repeat Sex Offender – Twice Convicted Child Predator

Intersimone was previously convicted in New York County, N.Y., on April 7, 2004, of attempted rape and two counts of disseminating indecent materials to minors.

He received a 10-year probationary sentence in that case, which also involved Intersimone soliciting an undercover officer, who also was posing online as a child, for sexual activity.

On Oct. 8, 2004, Intersimone was convicted in Sussex County, of endangering the welfare of a child after he was found to be in possession of images of child pornography. He received a two-year probationary sentence in that case.

Conditions of probation included Intersimone undergoing sex offender treatment, having no contact with minors and not using the Internet except for work-related purposes.

Frank C. Intersimone, 39, of Stanhope, Sussex County, was sentenced to a 16-year extended prison term on Sept. 5 for attempting to solicit a minor to engage in sexual acts.

Intersimone, who will serve the sentence at the Avenel Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Middlesex County, will have to serve at least eight years before he becomes eligible for parole, according to a press release from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.

Intersimone was also ordered to register as a sexual offender upon his release from state prison and will also be subject to parole supervision for life.

Intersimone was convicted by a jury, on May 22, of second-degree attempted sexual assault, second-degree luring or enticing a child, and third-degree attempted endangering the welfare of a child, following a five-day trial.

Evidence presented during the trial revealed that Intersimone was arrested in Middletown, on Aug. 30, 2006, after he traveled there for the purpose of engaging in a sexual act with someone who he believed was a 14-year-old girl. Intersimone’s arrest followed a seven-week online investigation conducted by the Prosecutor’s Office Computer Crimes Task Force.

During the investigation, Intersimone engaged an undercover Freehold Township Police Department officer assigned to the Computer Crimes Task Force in sexually explicit instant messages.

Intersimone also engaged a second undercover detective in a sexually explicit telephone conversation.

These communications culminated with Intersimone making arrangements to meet the officers’ undercover persona, whom he believed to be a child, in Middletown for purposes of engaging in sexual activity.

The Computer Crimes Task Force is one of several county task forces organized and supervised by the Prosecutor’s Office and comprised of local law enforcement officers who are temporarily on loan to the Prosecutor’s Office.

The Prosecutor’s Office benefits from the use of task forces in that it receives additional manpower at minimal additional expense to the county.

In turn, the local law enforcement agencies that lend officers to the task forces benefit because the local law enforcement officers return to their departments with specialized training and experience.

Other task forces organized and supervised by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office include the Narcotics and Organized Criminal Enterprise Task Force and the Bayshore Narcotics Task Force.

Ordinarily, upon conviction, the crimes of attempted sexual assault and luring or enticing a child each carry a maximum potential custodial term of up to 10 years imprisonment, and the crime of endangering the welfare of a child carries a maximum potential custodial term of up to five years imprisonment. However, because Intersimone was previously convicted of two or more crimes, he received an extended term of imprisonment, which resulted in the imposition of a 16-year sentence.

Intersimone was previously convicted in New York County, N.Y., on April 7, 2004, of attempted rape and two counts of disseminating indecent materials to minors.

He received a 10-year probationary sentence in that case, which also involved Intersimone soliciting an undercover officer, who also was posing online as a child, for sexual activity.

On Oct. 8, 2004, Intersimone was convicted in Sussex County, of endangering the welfare of a child after he was found to be in possession of images of child pornography. He received a two-year probationary sentence in that case.

Conditions of probation included Intersimone undergoing sex offender treatment, having no contact with minors and not using the Internet except for work-related purposes.

Kreizman also ordered that Intersimone serve his sentence at the Avenel Diagnostic and Treatment Center, New Jersey’s prison for sex offenders. Under New Jersey law, only those found to be repetitive and compulsive sex offenders are eligible to receive such a sentence.

Prosecutor Luis A. Valentin said, “Through the good work of the Computer Crimes Task Force, a twice-convicted child predator has received a significant sentence that is more than appropriate given the gravity of the crimes that he committed and the risk that he posed to innocent children.”

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

Demond A. Barnes – Repeat Sex Offender Psychopath


Police have arrested a man they say viciously attacked two women he was partying with Sunday.

Demond A. Barnes, 33, was booked into the county jail on charges of attempted murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault, aggravated domestic battery, aggravated unlawful restraint and failing to comply with the state’s sex offender registry requirements.

Deputy Chief Patrick Kerr said Barnes, also known as “Peanut,” spent Saturday night drinking with a 20-year-old acquaintance and her 18-year-old roommate at their apartment in the 400 block of North Bluff Street.

“At that point, the time they spent with the suspect was consensual,” Kerr said.

Rape alleged

But around 3 a.m. Sunday, Barnes apparently became violent.

“He raped the 18-year-old and bound the 20-year-old up with shoelaces and covered her mouth,” Kerr said.

Reports indicate Barnes also put a plastic bag over the 20-year-old victim’s head and punched her several times over the next 11 hours. The bag reportedly covered the woman’s nose and mouth.

“The 18-year-old victim reported Barnes held a knife to her throat and raped her five or six times. When she attempted to leave the apartment, he punched her as well,” Kerr said. “These women told officers they feared he was going to kill them.”

Kerr said the women persuaded Barnes he didn’t need to kill them if they were allowed to shower to remove any DNA evidence.

“He agreed and put the (shoelaces) he used to restrain the one victim in a garbage bag. He took the garbage from the apartment but the victims saw him throw it in a nearby Dumpster.”

The victims reportedly called relatives and 911 and were taken to Silver Cross Hospital.

“They have injuries consistent with the scenario they reported,” Kerr said.

Attempted murder charge

Barnes’ acquaintance gave police a picture of Barnes from her cell phone.

“Officers went to 401 N. Bluff Street, where it appears he was staying, and found him in a fourth floor apartment,” Kerr said.

After Barnes’ arrest, Kerr said the Will County State’s Attorney’s office approved attempted murder charges against him for allegedly putting the plastic bag over the woman’s head.

Barnes provided a permanent address of Las Vegas when booked into the county jail, which matches his listing on the state police sex offender registry.

Barnes was 17 and living in the 300 block of South Des Plaines Street in Joliet when he was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse in Will County. As part of his 1993 plea deal, he was sentenced to seven years and required to register as a sex offender.

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

Demond A. Barnes – Repeat Sex Offender Psychopath


Police have arrested a man they say viciously attacked two women he was partying with Sunday.

Demond A. Barnes, 33, was booked into the county jail on charges of attempted murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault, aggravated domestic battery, aggravated unlawful restraint and failing to comply with the state’s sex offender registry requirements.

Deputy Chief Patrick Kerr said Barnes, also known as “Peanut,” spent Saturday night drinking with a 20-year-old acquaintance and her 18-year-old roommate at their apartment in the 400 block of North Bluff Street.

“At that point, the time they spent with the suspect was consensual,” Kerr said.

Rape alleged

But around 3 a.m. Sunday, Barnes apparently became violent.

“He raped the 18-year-old and bound the 20-year-old up with shoelaces and covered her mouth,” Kerr said.

Reports indicate Barnes also put a plastic bag over the 20-year-old victim’s head and punched her several times over the next 11 hours. The bag reportedly covered the woman’s nose and mouth.

“The 18-year-old victim reported Barnes held a knife to her throat and raped her five or six times. When she attempted to leave the apartment, he punched her as well,” Kerr said. “These women told officers they feared he was going to kill them.”

Kerr said the women persuaded Barnes he didn’t need to kill them if they were allowed to shower to remove any DNA evidence.

“He agreed and put the (shoelaces) he used to restrain the one victim in a garbage bag. He took the garbage from the apartment but the victims saw him throw it in a nearby Dumpster.”

The victims reportedly called relatives and 911 and were taken to Silver Cross Hospital.

“They have injuries consistent with the scenario they reported,” Kerr said.

Attempted murder charge

Barnes’ acquaintance gave police a picture of Barnes from her cell phone.

“Officers went to 401 N. Bluff Street, where it appears he was staying, and found him in a fourth floor apartment,” Kerr said.

After Barnes’ arrest, Kerr said the Will County State’s Attorney’s office approved attempted murder charges against him for allegedly putting the plastic bag over the woman’s head.

Barnes provided a permanent address of Las Vegas when booked into the county jail, which matches his listing on the state police sex offender registry.

Barnes was 17 and living in the 300 block of South Des Plaines Street in Joliet when he was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse in Will County. As part of his 1993 plea deal, he was sentenced to seven years and required to register as a sex offender.

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