Convicted Rapist Allowed Out On Bail?

Posted by Jim Ferretti on August 12, 2015

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Vancouver, WA – Could the man convicted of raping his 13 year old step daughter really be allowed to post bail and be free while lawyers appeal his conviction?  Yes according to Washington State law.

Shannon Robb contacted KXL after learning the man she had been married to for several years, was sentenced last week to 90 months …

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Eugene Woman Joins The Fight To Change Oregon Sex Crime Laws

Posted by Jim Ferretti on March 9, 2015

Portland Ore. – It was April of 2005 and Jenny Wendt Ewing was a nursing student at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.  When she finished study in one of her classes, the T.A. Professor asked her out on a date.

“It was about our third date when he asked to come up to my apartment” Ewing said. “We had had now intimate …

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Evergreen H.S. Teacher Pleads Not Guilty To Raping Student

Posted by Jeremy Scott on January 11, 2015

VANCOUVER, Wash. — An Evergreen High School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student and manipulating him plead not guilty in a Clark County courtroom on Wednesday.

35-year-old Stephanie McCrea is charged with child rape, sexual misconduct with a minor and witness tampering.  She taught drama and English and worked with students on the school’s newspaper.

Court documents say the boy admitted to …

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Cell Phone App Helps Portland Cops Arrest Suspect in Two Violent Crimes

Posted by Steve Leader on August 13, 2014

Portland Police say an app on a stolen I-Phone helped them solve both a sexual assault and a robbery.

A woman was raped last week while walking her two dogs in North Portland.  Four days later, cops were flagged down by someone who reported they were robbed of their I-Phone.

Sergeant Pete Simpson says the app led officers to the general location …

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