Reward Doubled For Texas Child Molester

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Donald Jack Robertson II, 43

Authorities have doubled a reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspected child molester with Dallas ties.

Donald Jack Robertson II, 43, is accused of sexually assaulting two children in 2011 in Lamar County, records show.  He faces charges of indecency and sexual assault of a child.

A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information leading to his arrest.

Robertson has connections to Dallas and Paris, Texas.  His last known address was on Summerwood Circle in far northeast Dallas.

He is described as 6-foot-1, 160 pounds and has a tattoo of a fist holding a lightning bolt on his upper left arm.  He also has a scar on his right wrist. He has an interest in online gaming.

Officials said Robertson should be considered armed and dangerous.  Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-252-8477 or submit a tip via Facebook.

UPDATE – Featured Most Wanted Fugitive Arrested in Oregon

AUSTIN, TX  –  Donald Jack Robertson II, 43, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and November’s featured fugitive, is now in custody after being captured on Nov. 23 in Portland, Oregon.

Robertson had been wanted since 2011 for aggravated sexual assault of a child, sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child-sexual contact.  The arrest was the result of tip information, and a reward up to $10,000 will be paid.

Working off tip information, the U.S. Marshals Joint East Texas Fugitive Task Force coordinated with the U.S. Marshals Service-District of Oregon to locate and arrest Robertson at a residence in Portland.  Since the arrest was the result of tip information and the tip was received during the month that Robertson was featured, the increased reward of up to $10,000 (originally $5,000) will be paid.

For more information, see his captured bulletin at: http://www.dps.texas.gov/Texas10MostW…/capturedDetails.aspx….

So far in 2015, DPS and other agencies have arrested 28 Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives and Sex Offenders, including 19 sex offenders, and $79,000 in rewards have been paid for tips that resulted in arrests.

One offender from the Texas 10 Most Wanted Program is featured each month in hopes the higher reward money from the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division will generate additional tips.

TX Sex Offender Gets 15 Years For Child Porn

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Steven Lass, 33

More than 2,200 images of Child Pornography found on iPods and thumb drive, some of it showing babies.

A registered sex offender from Arlington TX was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison Tuesday for possessing hundreds of images of child pornography, some of which showed babies.

Steven Lass, 33, pleaded guilty in April to one count of possession of child pornography, according to a release from the U.S. attorney’s office.

In August 2014, Lass was pulled over by a Midlothian police officer who noticed that the passenger seat of Lass’ vehicle was missing.  In its place were tools and electronic devices, including two iPods and a thumb drive later found to contain more than 2,200 images of child porn.

The evidence was seized by the FBI, whose investigation revealed “the lewd and lascivious exhibition of the genitals and public are of minors,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Camille Sparks said in a written release.

Lass was required to register as a sex offender after a 2005 arrest in Euless.  He was convicted of indecency with a child, an 8-year-old girl, sentenced to nine years and later paroled.

Cell Phones Seized In VA Child Abuse Case

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Jwawn Lamont James Sr., 41

Roanoke Memorial staff said the child had retinal hemorrhaging, which is commonly associated with “Shaken Baby Syndrome”

SALEM, VA  –  Newly released search warrants detail moments leading up to the death of a 3-month-old child in Salem.

Salem police have charged the father, Jwawn Lamont James Sr., 41, with abuse and neglect of a child, and aggravated malicious wounding.

According to court documents, on Wednesday, Nov. 18 Salem Fire & Rescue along with officers from the Salem Police Department responded to 1016 Homestead Dr. in Salem in reference to an unresponsive child.

Upon arrival, police interviewed the child’s father, James, to determine the circumstances that led to the child’s state.

James advised to police as he was carrying his daughter into the home he tripped at the front door and dropped the car seat/carrier.

James indicated she was not strapped in, which caused his daughter to fall out of the car seat/carrier and on to her face and head.

James said he then picked up the child, checked to make sure she was OK, and placed her into the bassinet while he took a shower. James told police that after getting out of the shower, he found his daughter unresponsive and called 911.  James said he proceeded to shake his daughter due to her being unresponsive.

The 3-month-old was transported to Roanoke Memorial for treatment.

At the hospital, detectives spoke with hospital staff regarding the child’s condition.  Roanoke Memorial staff said the child had retinal hemorrhaging, which is commonly associated with “Shaken Baby Syndrome”, a collapsed lung, and head trauma.

Roanoke Memorial Hospital staff advised the child’s injuries were not consistent with the manner in which James provided that they occurred, and more likely the result of child abuse.

As a result, detectives requested to search James’ residence for any evidence related to abuse.

Things searched for:

  • Any and all seats, swings, and/or bassinets that the child may have been placed-in to include the padding and bedding commonly associated with these items
  • Any and all documents related to the care of the child such as hospital and/or doctor records
  • Any and all throw-rugs and/or mats located in the entry way of the residence
  • Any and all medications appropriate to be administered to a 3 month old child
  • Any and all pacifiers and/or other soothing devices
  • Any and all devices such as bottles or spoons used to feed a 3 month old child
  • Resident searched: 1016 Homestead Drive in Salem – single story ranch style home

Also, detectives have seized three cell phones – a Samsung Galaxy, Kyocera, and Motorola Droid – for the search and forensic analysis of the electronic devices and storage media for digital/text pictures, call logs, SMS messages, contact and videos.

Jared’s Syndrome

The Manipulation Of The American Lemming

I had been hearing Psychologists and Psychiatrists were going to do the same as was done in the 1970’s, which was, in effect, manipulate data and studies to achieve another perversion of the morals of America.

On November 07, 2015, I found the first article of what will be many more to come.

http://www.wdaz.com/news/north-dakota/3877780-sex-offenders-psychological-viewpoint

The next day, I posted an Editorial before posting this first attempt at the further perverting of Our Country. In this Editorial I warned everyone of the tricks and out-and-out lies that will be used to sugar-coat the truth of what will steal the innocence of Our Children, and ultimately, their futures.

In one sentence this Psychologist callas this a sexual orientation, yet in the very next paragraph, she calls it sexual urges, which is the same as a fantasy.

This is not a fantasy to Our Children, nor is it make believe, THIS IS AN ADULT RAPING A CHILD!!!!

I Am My Brother’s Keeper
http://notinmyworld.org/2015/11/08/good-parenting-44/

Sex Offenders From A Psychological Viewpoint
http://notinmyworld.org/2015/11/08/good-parenting-45/

After all of this, I find that “SubWay Jared” is saying that it wasn’t his fault that he had sex with Children.

In this broken, perverse society in which we live, there is a serious lack of RESPONSIBILITY FOR A PERSON’S OWN ACTIONS, A SERIOUS LACK OF RESPECT FOR THE LAWS OF OUR LAND, AND A SERIOUS LACK OF RESPECT FOR OFFICERS OF THE LAW.

  • A sex offender will molest an average of 120 victims.
  • There are 3,000,000 reports of Child Maltreatment every year, yet far less than 25% of the incidents are ever reported. This translates to over 12,000,000 incidents of Child Maltreatment per year.
  • This year alone, 10,000,000 Children, ages 13 and up, will contract at least one or more STI or STD.
  • I have yet to locate a compiled list for the number of Children, ages Birth to 12, that will contract an STI or STD.
  • This year alone there will be at least 2,000,000 runaways.
  • At least 1 in 6 runaways will fall into Child Sex Traffickers hands.
  • This translates into 333,340 Children that will fall into Child Sex Traffickers hands, AND BE RAPED.
  • The average victims age is 11 to 14.
  • The average life span of a victim is 3 to 7 years.

So I want you to think about how many of these Children are being protected by a Psychologist, and I believe you are like me in one respect, and that is I DO NOT WANT ANY CHILD PREDATORS OR SEX OFFENDERS NEAR A CHILD.

Jared Of Subway Guilty Of Sex With Children But It Isn’t His Fault

Youth Overdose Deaths Up In 35 States

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In a world with no morals, the first thing to become extinct will be mentors and role-models.

Lack of Responsibility for one’s own actions, and Lack of Respect for Laws and Law Enforcement by a large percentage of adults is having a very negative impact on teenagers, and is already taking a heavy toll.

Although what should be apparent, and a MAJOR WAKEUP CALL to all is THE NEW CLOCK ON THE WALL.

The Clock that keeps track of the exponentially spreading HIV, AIDS, STDs, STIs, AND EBOLA; but there is one difference in that clock, it’s not COUNTING TIME, IT IS SUBTRACTING TIME…. until every disease unique to humans becomes extinct.

Thirty-five states saw youth drug overdose deaths increase dramatically in the past decade, according to a new report. And in five states – Kansas, Montana, Ohio, Wisconsin and Wyoming – the overdose death rates more than quadrupled.

Drug overdoses were the leading cause of injury death in 2013, exceeding that of motor vehicle crashes, says the report released Thursday from Trust for America’s Health, a national non-profit group that watchdogs public health issues.

Reducing Teen Substance Misuse: What Really Works ranks states on their actions to curb teen substance abuse — from alcohol to opioids — among 12 to 25-year-olds in the U.S from 1999 to 2013.

Of the 35 states that have seen an increase in youth overdose deaths from 1999 to 2011, rates more than tripled in 12 states (Arkansas, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Oklahoma, Utah and West Virginia).

While Kansas, Montana, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Wyoming saw the biggest increase in youth overdoses in the same period, those states do not currently have the highest rates in the country. Current rates are highest in West Virginia, where 12.6 per 100,000 youths overdosed from 2011 to 2013 — compared with North Dakota, where only 2.2 per 100,000 youths overdosed in the same time period, according to the report.

“More than 90 percent of adults who develop a substance use disorder began using before they were 18,” Jeffrey Levi, executive director of Trust for America’s Health, said in a press release.

The amount of prescription painkillers prescribed and sold in the U.S. has nearly quadrupled since 1999, and prescription drug overdoses accounted for more than half of the all drug overdoses in 2013. Nationally, males are 2.5 times more likely to overdose as females, according to the report.

“The increase in youth drug overdose deaths is largely tied to increases in prescription drug misuse and the related doubling in heroin use by 18 to 25-year-olds in the past 10 years – 45 percent of people who use heroin are also addicted to prescription painkillers,” the report said.

The report highlights 10 indicators of policy strategies that could help curb substance abuse in the younger population. These include limiting access to the drugs, increased funding for treatment facilities and improving counseling, early intervention strategies and recovery support.

“Achieving any major reduction in substance misuse will require a reboot in our approach – starting with a greater emphasis on preventing use before it starts, intervening and providing support earlier and viewing treatment and recovery as a long-term commitment,” Levi said

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