The Child Exploitation Unit made one noteworthy arrest last week.
In Bexar County, Brandon Garza, 22, of San Antonio, was arrested for two counts of Promotion of Child Pornography and one count of Continuous Sexual Abuse of Young Child on May 12. This case was received as a NCMEC CyberTipline report involving the upload of child pornography to an online account, with a possible live victim. During an interview, Garza confessed to owning the online account, producing child pornography with a 9-year-old female child victim, and sending images of child pornography. Investigators seized multiple devices to be examined by the Digital Forensics Unit. Garza was transported to the Bexar County Jail.
The Fugitive Apprehension Unit made several noteworthy arrests last week.
In Bexar County, Gonzalo Gonzales was arrested in San Antonio on May 7. Gonzales had an outstanding warrant for Sexual Assault/Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child issued by the Frio County Sheriff’s Office, as well as a warrant for Sexual Assault/Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child under 14 by the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office.
In Bexar County, Darren Paul Doze was arrested in San Antonio on May 7. Doze had an outstanding warrant for Homicide issued by the Leon Valley Police Department. This arrest was made while working with the United States Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force out of San Antonio.
In Galveston County, James Nolans Logan was arrested in Galveston on May 12. Logan had an outstanding warrant for Murder issued by the Los Angeles Police Department in California. This arrest was made while working with the Gulf Coast Violent Offender Task Force.
In Travis County, Victor Roman Cardenas was arrested in Austin on May 13. Cardenas had outstanding warrants for two Counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child by the Austin Police Department. This arrest was made while working with the United States Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force out of Austin.
Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and HIV/AIDS are out of control
Before I begin, I want to tell you what some of you already know, then, I am going to show you so there is no doubt.
Years ago I met a Lady that told me many disturbing things about Our Country, which I found hard to believe, although I didn’t ever think she was misinformed. Everyone that knows me, knows I have a very different set of numbers and statistics than probably 99% of all sites like ours.
After five (5) years and seven (7) months, not one (1) stat I list on Our website and blog has ever been disproven.
The Lady I met about 10 years ago is Sister Helen Ryan, an authority on trafficked women and Children. Helen warned me many times that all stats in Our Country are no where near correct, and now, at this point in time, the whole world has followed suit.
A decade ago, there was still only five treatment options for gonorrhea, and even then, they had to try one, then another, and another before finding one that worked. On this day in 2017, CDC finally admitted what many of us already knew, gonorrhea was now wearing a SuperGonorrhea cape, and not 1 of the 5 know treatments had any effect on this STD.
Adolescents are disproportionately affected by STIs and STDs. Young people ages 15 to 24 represent 25 percent of the sexually active population, but acquire half of all new STIs and STDs.
This year alone, 10,000,000 young people, 13 years-of-age to 23, will contract one (1) or more STI or STD.
35 percent of teens ages 14 to 19 have Human papillomavirus (HPV).
Girls age 15 to 19 have the highest rates of Gonorrhea and the second highest rate of Chlamydia of any age group.
Chlamydia is a result of homosexual sex. Chlamydia isn’t the most dangerous sexually transmitted disease, but it is the most common in the U.S. However, Chlamydia can do serious, lasting damage to a woman’s reproductive system, in addition to potentially causing fatal complications to a fetus during pregnancy.
Gonorrhea is particularly concerning for disease specialists due to the emergence of antibiotic resistant strains of Gonorrhea, and continues to climb at an alarming rate.
Syphilis is already higher than anytime in the last 30 years, and continues to climb at an alarming rate.
Syphilis in pregnancy is the second leading cause of stillbirth globally, and also results in prematurity, low birthweight, neonatal death, and infections in newborns.
First, it must be said that HIV/AIDS stats are possibly as much as 50% or even higher, due to the fact that it is unknown how many cases go unreported, and there is no list compiled for Children newborn to 13 – 15 years-of-age.
HIV remains a leading cause of death worldwide and the leading cause of death globally among women of reproductive age.
Misguided beliefs about the disease, and sexual violence have contributed to these high rates. Women under the age of 40 including pregnant women are most affected.
Apparently, our government is operating in a plethora of sexual promiscuity and unsafe practices (but we already knew that). The data shows Washington DC also has the highest rate of gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV patients in the country.
However, our Dear Allies, the UK, seems content to be doing their best to keeping step with Our Dear Law Makers, and, by the way, Our Climate Change Brow Beaters in NATO, France, would just love to loudly protest their standing, although, as is their way of doing things, I’m pretty sure it would be well after the chance of doing something a bit easier to change things, as was the “Hitler entering The Rhineland Armed” fiasco.
Russia doesn’t seem to be wrapping up before hitting the sheets either, as it’s in the top five European countries for seven out of the eight diseases studied.
It’s probably because they’re not Putin any effort into progressing the federation’s conservative base.
AG Paxton’s Fugitive Apprehension Unit Reaches Milestone with
12,000 Total Arrests
AUSTIN, TX – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended the Fugitive Apprehension Unit of his office for reaching a significant milestone since its inception in 2003.
The unit achieved its 12,000 arrest with the capture of Robert Chapa for violating his parole after being convicted for possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.
The Fugitive Apprehension Unit also made six other noteworthy arrests:
Christopher Lucio for violating parole after being convicted for aggravated robbery.
Steven Parcell Balthaser for aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Clarence Martin Johnson for violating probation after being convicted for indecency with a child by sexual contact.
Jordan Xavier Bennett for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
Corbey Glenn Grace for violating parole after being convicted for homicide.
Adesanya Prince for possession with intent to promote child pornography.
“I am proud of the bravery and valor demonstrated by our Fugitive Apprehension Unit every day while they keep Texas strong, safe, and just,” said Attorney General Paxton. “As of today, these courageous law enforcement officers have successfully arrested 12,000 fugitives. Our officers provide invaluable security for Texans, and they deserve to be recognized for their hard work and dedication.”
The Fugitive Apprehension Unit includes investigators, criminal analysts, administrative assistants, and a command staff who operate in regional offices in Austin, Houston, and Arlington.
The unit’s mission is to locate and arrest violent fugitives, convicted child sex offenders who violate conditions of their parole, and to arrest sex offenders who fail to comply with the state’s mandated sex offender registration requirements.
It also assists in locating missing and endangered runaway children reported by local law enforcement agencies to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children®.
To learn more about the Criminal Investigations Division and its efforts to keep Texans safe, visit the Attorney General’s website.
Images of Child Abuse, Animal Abuse seized
JACKSON COUNTY, OR – A Jackson County man was arrested Friday on felony charges after police said they found hundreds of child pornography images and dozens of images of animals being sexually abused.
Gary Lee Watts, 61, was arrested at his home in the 7300 block of Upper Applegate Road early Friday morning, capping off an investigation going back more than a year, according to a press release issued by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.
Southern Oregon High-Tech Crimes Task Force investigators said they found more than 700 images of child pornography on equipment seized from Watts’ home, according to the sheriff’s office, plus more than 50 images of animal sexual abuse.
The sheriff’s office started its investigation in September of last year, after the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® alerted local police of child pornography being downloaded at the home.
The sheriff’s office had assistance from Oregon State Police, Medford police and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in the case.
The sheriff’s office arrested Watts on 20 felony counts of first-degree encouraging child sexual abuse and 10 misdemeanor counts of encouraging sexual assault of an animal. Watts was held in the Jackson County Jail Friday on $275,000 bail, records show.
Court records show no prior criminal history for Watts.