Man pleads guilty to sexual exploitation of child

first_imgCelebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] 23-year-old county Limerick man has pleaded guilty to the sexual exploitation of a child after he contacted her through facebook.The county Limerick man also pleaded guilty to the sexual assault of the young girl who is underage on May 12, 2011.At Limerick Circuit Court, Judge Carroll Moran heard that the man contacted the girl through the social media website and invited her to meet him on dates between April 29 and May 12, 2011.Prosecution for the State, John O’Sullivan told the court that it was a case of a “sensitive nature” as the accused lives in “close proximity to the injured party”.After the guilty plea was entered, defence counsel Mark Nicholas said that the matter now became a case of sentencing and was seeking an adjournment in the mater as the defendant was undergoing a number of assessments in relation to rehabilitation.“These would assist the court at the next sitting”, he said.Mr Nicholas canvassed a date after Christmas due to the relevant assessors “being quite busy in the run up to Christmas”.When the issue of identifying the accused man was addressed in court, Mr O’Sullivan said that the mother of the 16-year-old girl did not have a issue with the accused being named.Judge Moran ordered that reporting restriction were to be applied to the case for the interim period but it would be revisited at the next sitting.The 23-year-old was immediately placed on the sex offenders register after he pleaded guilty. NewsBreaking newsMan pleads guilty to sexual exploitation of childBy Staff Reporter – September 27, 2013 534 Email Advertisement Facebook #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy Twitter Linkedin #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ center_img TAGSchild sexual exploitationCourtCrimeIrelandMusic Limericksexual assault RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch Previous articlePoker player to be dealt his cash trapped fateNext articleSearch continues for missing Limerick teen Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Print WhatsApp Limerick Senator has beef with meat industrylast_img read more

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Suspect in Elkhart torture murder being evaluated

first_img Previous articleWhitmer: No new state hires; money must go to fight virusNext articleNotre Dame commencement ceremonies to take place online Carl Stutsman Facebook By Carl Stutsman – March 30, 2020 1 340 Twitter WhatsApp Suspect in Elkhart torture murder being evaluated Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+ IndianaLocalNews (“Court Gavel – Judge’s Gavel – Courtroom” by wp paarz, CC BY-SA 2.0) A man accused in an Elkhart torture-murder will now undergo competency evaluations. The evaluation is for Mario Angulo Jr, who was charged alongside Donald Owen Jr. in the death of 31 year old Kimberly Dyer.Police believe that the pair tortured the woman at a home on the east side of Elkhart before murdering her and disposing of her body. Because of the nature of the crime prosecutors are seeking life without parole.Angulo’s attorney filed an intellectual disability motion earlier this month. State law prohibits anyone with a mental disability from receiving life without parole.The Elkhart Truth reports Owen Jr. also underwent mental evaluations, one of those reports has already been submitted to the court. Google+last_img read more

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Iwobi: It’s time to live up to hype

first_imgEverton’s £35 million winger, Alex Iwobi, has acknowledged that it is time he lived up to the hype he received as a youngster breaking through at Arsenal.Iwobi celebrated his 24th birthday in lockdown and is keen to show he is entering his peak years. The Nigerian international, nephew of Bolton legend Jay-Jay Okocha, signed for Everton last summer but suffered a stop-start season due to hamstring problems and has not scored since September.It is a far cry from being an Arsenal regular at 20 when Arsene Wenger predicted Iwobi would become a “top-class” player.His speed and power also saw him represent England at junior level before switching international allegiance.“I’m no longer that young prospect, that young talent,” he says. “I have to show why there was so much hype about me. The only way you can do that is in games. I feel I’m at that time in my career when I need to start doing that. I need to up my stats a bit more, improve a bit more.“That will come. I’m looking forward to restarting the season so I can prove myself.” Manchester City’s midweek win means Liverpool cannot win the Premier League title on Sunday afternoon, but Iwobi believes the reduction in jeopardy will not harm Everton’s motivation.The Blues have not beaten their rivals since 2010 and Iwobi has never been on the winning side against Liverpool in six attempts for Arsenal and Everton.“We have to accept it’s not a great record but we are on our own turf, even without fans. We’re going from no games to a derby, everyone will put in the hard graft, that extra bit of helping a team-mate,” he said.“We’re like one big family. You wouldn’t want a family member going into a challenge on their own or fighting a war without being there for each other. I’m sure there would have been no better feeling for Liverpool than winning the title at Goodison. They can’t but we will still treat it the same. We are ready for the war.”Iwobi still gets regular advice from Uncle Jay-Jay, whom he considers the best African player of all time. “He will be a role model for life.“Hopefully I can be as great as him but it is a hard legacy to live up to.”He has also been fortunate to work with two legendary managers in his relatively short career: Wenger and now Carlo Ancelotti.“Both of them want to play football, to get forward the quickest way but also keep the ball,” says Iwobi, whom Ancelotti plans to use as a tucked-in winger on the left-hand side, making the most of his speed and power.RelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win “As people, they are really patient. They don’t say a lot but when they do, it’s with a lot of wisdom. All managers are different. Some have a temper and give you the hot treatment, these two are calm and collected.”Tags: alex iwobiArsenalArsene WengerCarlo AncelottiEvertonlast_img read more

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