K.J. Britt – Cuts of GPS and tries to murder woman

A man from Cocoa was charged Tuesday with attempted murder in connection with the attack on a woman in which deputies say he cut her throat.

K.J. Britt, 44, also is charged with kidnapping the woman, who was identified Tuesday as Courtney Carver, 23, of Cocoa.

According to deputies, Britt and Carver knew each other and got together about 6:20 a.m. Sunday. A dispute led to the beating, during which deputies say Britt knocked Carver unconscious and put her in his car truck.

In woods off Industry Road, Britt cut her throat and stabbed her, according to the report. He came back later with a blanket, then left again, deputies said.

Carver walked out of the woods on Monday morning and was taken to the hospital.

Britt was taken into custody on Monday evening, first on charges of violation of probation and removal, destruction of tampering with an electronic device. He is being held in Brevard County Detention Center on $100,000 bond.

Britt, a registered sex offender because of a prior sexual battery case, removed his monitoring device and threw it in trash in after leaving Carver in the woods, deputies said.

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

Neil Havens Rodreick II – Repeat Sex Offender – Fixated Pedophile – 70 years behind bars

Before coming to Arizona, Rodreick was convicted in Oklahoma of lewdly propositioning a 6-year-old boy in 1996. He served about six years in prison.

A youthful-looking sex offender who posed as a 12-year-old boy to enroll in several Arizona schools was sentenced Tuesday to more than 70 1/2 years in prison.

Neil Havens Rodreick II pleaded guilty last year to seven criminal charges. Most involved child pornography, but two stemmed from the charade he pulled off for two years.

Rodreick, 31, didn’t speak at his sentencing, shaking his head when Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Thomas Lindberg asked if he had anything to say.

Lindberg called Rodreick a fixated pedophile and said he should have received an even longer sentence.

“I find your conduct appalling — these were volitional choices you made, consistently deceitful, dishonest, manipulative,” the judge told Rodreick. “I think you represent a danger to the community; you in particular are dangerous to children.”

Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk said her office was pleased with the sentence, noting Rodreick will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars.

“This case involved some dangerous sexual predators and they are now off the streets of Yavapai County,” she said.

Rodreick attended schools in Surprise, Payson and Prescott Valley starting in 2005. Authorities said he shaved and wore makeup to help him appear younger, convincing teachers, students and administrators that he was a boy named Casey.

He was caught in January 2007 after spending a day in the seventh grade at a Chino Valley school when school officials became suspicious because his birth certificate and other documents looked forged. They had initially thought they might be dealing with a child who had been abducted.

Authorities didn’t find any victims of sexual abuse at the schools Rodreick attended, but they found an extensive collection of child pornography at his home.

Rodreick originally faced 28 counts but pleaded guilty to only a quarter of them: four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor stemming from the pornography, and one count each of failure to register as a sex offender, fraud and simple assault. The assault charge involved an allegation that he grabbed a girl’s buttocks at a school in Prescott Valley with the intent to injure, insult or provoke.

Rodreick was arrested with Brian J. Nellis, 36, who was posing as his cousin, and two older men posing as their uncle and grandfather.

Authorities said Robert James Snow, 46, and Lonnie Eugene Stiffler, 63, met Rodreick online, thinking he was a pre-teen, took him from Oklahoma to Arizona and carried on a sexual relationship with him.

Nellis, Stiffler and Snow were indicted on various charges, including child pornography and forgery. Nellis and Snow, both convicted sex offenders, also were charged with failing to register with authorities.

Stiffler was sentenced Tuesday to 14 years in prison, and Snow received 22 years. Nellis was sentenced last month to 51 years in prison with no chance of parole.

Before coming to Arizona, Rodreick was convicted in Oklahoma of lewdly propositioning a 6-year-old boy in 1996. He served about six years in prison.

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

David Dunbar – Repeat Sex Offender – Up to his old tricks

A woman got an alarming wake up when she got out of bed to find a registered sex offender in her living room.

When Kathryn Gonzalez discovered a man in her home, she thought, “Oh my God, I woke up just now and there’s a guy in my living room, there’s a guy in my living room!”

“Just to come out of the bathroom and have someone staring at you like that? It’s really uneasy,” Gonzalez said.

The intruder had climbed into her Granite Street home through the living room window before 6 a.m. Saturday.

“When he came to me he started moving, like a vampire, he moved his arm over, I saw a box cutter,” Gonzalez described.

She screamed to her boyfriend who was asleep in the bedroom.

The man ran out of the house, and Gonzalez called 911.

While she was on the phone with police, she noticed the man outside looking at her through the window.

“I have no idea why but he came back telling me he meant no harm by it. How can you mean no harm by breaking into somebody’s house and attacking their girl with a knife?” her boyfriend said.

Just when he came back, officers arrived.

They arrested the man, 40-year-old David Dunbar, who is a registered level three sex offender.

Dunbar also happened to be the boyfriend’s co-worker at Labor Ready.

He has been convicted of past crimes including two counts of indecent assault or battery on a child under fourteen-years-old. He was also arrested in 2007, accused of breaking into a woman’s home and trying to rape her.

He now faces a set of charges that Kathryn Gonzalez hopes will put him behind bars for good, “I want him to go away, he needs to go to jail. He needs to learn his lesson, you just don’t come here and scare people.”

Dunbar will be arraigned on Monday.

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

Published in: on April 7, 2009 at 6:37 am  Leave a Comment  

Lonnie Calvin Storie – Repeat Sex Offender – Captured

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation captured a registered sex offender just hours after adding him to their “Most Wanted List.”

Lonnie Calvin Storie, 55, of Byrdstown was captured at the Nashville Cold Storage loading his tractor trailor. He was discovered hiding in the back of the rig. Storie said he was leaving for Wisconsin.

Storie was wanted by the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office for attacking and sexually assaulting a woman in his home. Investigators said he also threatened to kill her.

He was convicted of sexual battery in 1994 and rape in 1995. His criminal history includes reckless endangerment, evading arrest, and driving under the influence.

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