Barry Whaley – Repeat Sex Offender – One of the stupidest pedos ever

A Florida sex offender under arrest for failing to register is now facing federal pornography charges after he offered to show a detective a flight simulator program on his laptop and instead revealed a child porn video, according to court records.

Barry Whaley, of Miami Beach, was arrested in Alaska on Monday on a federal charge of possessing child pornography and was being held in Fairbanks, Assistant U.S. Attorney Audrey Renschen said.

The case began on June 26, 2008, when Miami Beach police contacted Whaley to check his compliance as a registered sex offender, according to an affidavit that Secret Service Special Agent Timothy Aucoin filed in federal court.

Police found the apartment Whaley was registered to had been condemned following a fire on June 17, and that he had not updated his address. Police also learned Whaley had given them a fake name during the fire investigation.

Whaley was arrested on charges of obstruction of justice and failure to register. While at the police station, he asked detectives to grab his computer out of his vehicle so it wouldn’t get stolen, the affidavit says.

Once detectives brought the computer inside, Whaley told a police sergeant there was a “flight simulator program on the computer that was amazing,” Aucoin says in the court papers.

“The sergeant asked if he could see the program,” he continues. “Whaley agreed and began to show the sergeant the laptop. As the sergeant was sitting next to Whaley, a video began to play on the laptop of two young females who appeared to be under 12 years old engaged in sexual activity.”

The computer was seized and found to contain a number of pornographic pictures and videos of girls as young as 10, the affidavit says.

After his arrest on the Florida charges, Whaley posted bail, then came to Alaska, the affidavit says. Renschen said the case can be handled in Alaska only if Florida officials consent and Whaley is willing to plead guilty and be sentenced here.

“At this point, Mr. Whaley is considering his options, with the help of his attorney, so it is unclear where the case will be resolved,” she said.

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

Daniel Holdren – Repeat Sex Offender – Molested Girl at Church

A 45-year-old registered sex offender has been arrested on suspicion of attempted first-degree child molestation after an 11-year-old girl said the man molested her at church functions at the Church of the Nazarene in Yelm, according to the Yelm Police Department.

Daniel Holdren, 45, was being held at the Thurston County Jail on Monday night on suspicion of three counts of attempted first-degree child molestation pending a “safe-to-be-at-large” evaluation. During such an evaluation, a health care professional interviews a defendant to determine any public safety concerns if that defendant were to be released from custody.

Yelm Police Chief Todd Stancil said Monday that police fear there might be more alleged victims who haven’t come forward yet.

He said Holdren’s alleged acts of molestation against the 11-year-old started occurring in July “at church-type functions.”

Holdren was arrested Saturday after the girl came forward with her allegations.

“We’re expecting there’s more,” Stancil said. “We believe there’s probably additional incidents like this.”

Stancil said anyone with additional information should contact the Yelm Police Department at 360-458-5701.

Holdren has been classified as a Level 2 sex offender since 1988, when he was charged with indecent liberties, and later in 2003 when he was charged with communication with a minor for immoral purposes, according to Yelm police. Holdren has been on supervised probation since that time.

Holdren didn’t work at the Church of the Nazarene but attended services there, Stancil said. Stancil said the alleged molestation occurred at events such as dinners and other church functions, and occurred in the area of the church itself.

Stancil said there was nothing in Holdren’s probationary requirements that would prevent him from having contact with children at the church.

Stancil said Holdren engaged in “grooming” behaviors at the church, giving potential victims gifts and other items to gain their trust.

A man who answered the phone at the Church of the Nazarene hung up when contacted by The Olympian on Monday.

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