Related News: Opp woman arrested on child sex crimes charges

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An Opp woman has been arrested in an ongoing child sex crimes investigation.

Mandi Brianna Harrison, 25, of Opp, was arrested Friday and charged with rape second degree and sodomy second degree, according to a news release from the Opp Police Department.

Police opened an investigation after receiving a report of a woman having sexual contact with a child. The victim is a child under the age of 16, according to police.

Source: WSFA

Related News: Woman arrested for sodomy, rape

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An Opp woman was jailed Saturday for allegedly having sex with a minor child, providing illegal drugs to a minor child and using illegal drugs the presence of a minor child.

According to the Opp Police Department, Tiffany A. Blair, 35, was arrested after an in-depth investigation between the OPD and the 22nd Judicial Drug Task Force.

Blair was charged with four counts of chemical endangerment of a child, rape II and sodomy II.

Source: Andalusia Star News

Related News: South Alabama man sentenced in child rape, shooting

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A south Alabama man convicted of raping a 12-year-old girl and shooting at a sheriff’s deputy has been given multiple life sentences.

Source: WSFA

Related News: Chatroom rape fantasies woman jailed for six years

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A woman who used internet chatrooms to try to arrange for strangers to rape a former work colleague has been jailed for six years.

Joanne Berry, 30, from Grove Park, south-east London, said she liked role-play and invited men to act out violent “rape scenarios” with her.

But instead of giving her own address she gave that of the work colleague in Kent.

Source: BBC

Related News: Skipperville man wanted for rape

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Dale County Sheriff’s Capt. Mason Bynum said deputies are looking for 50-year-old Billy Wayne Lomaneck.

“He is wanted for rape first and incest,” Bynum said. “We do have active warrants for him.”

Bynum said deputies have been looking for Lomaneck since Thursday when they obtained the warrants for his arrest. Bynum said the victim of the sexual related crime offenses was a female juvenile.

Source: Dothan Eagle

Related News: Man accused of raping a child in New York apprehended Thursday in Clayton

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A man wanted in Monroe County, N.Y. on sexual abuse charges against a 7-year-old was apprehended by the U.S. Marshals Service in Barbour County on Thursday.

Leon M. Sturgis was wanted by the Monroe County, N.Y. Sheriff’s Department for rape, two counts of criminal sex act, sexual abuse and criminal obstruction of breathing, the U.S. Marshals Service stated in a release.

Source: AL.com

Related News: State Supreme Court reinstates Mobile man’s child rape conviction, life prison sentence

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The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday reversed an appeals court decision and reinstated the conviction and life sentence of a man found guilty of raping a young relative.

The decision, which came on an 8-1 vote, means that Rickey Cleston Woods, 54, will resume a sentence of life in prison without possibility of parole.

Source: AL.com