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Two Arrested, charged with child sex crimes –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On July 2, 2015

Paris, IL. (ECWd) –
Two recent arrests in Paris result in two being charges with child sex crimes.
First was Austen Robinson. 19, of Elwood, Indiana, who was found in Twin Lakes Park with a 15 year old girl that first “met” him online, and he drove to Paris to meet her in person. He was arrested and charged with four counts, including: Grooming, Traveling to meet a minor, Solititation to meet a child, and Obscenity. He posted a bond of $2000, with his first appearance scheduled for July 20 in Edgar County Court
Next was Jamie Stafford, 39, of rural Paris, Illinois, who was arrested and charged on four counts, consisting of Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault of a Child – Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse – and two counts of Battery. He voluntarily confessed to these allegation to Terre Haute authorities, who called the Edgar County Sheriff’s Department. No hearing scheduled as of publication.
All individuals are presumed innocent, unless and until convicted in a court of law.


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  • Ray
    Posted at 08:39h, 02 July Reply

    There are a lot of sick people in this world. Public libraries are used a lot of the time as places where sick people get on computers anonymously to engage in trading child porn and doing other things they don’t want to do on their own computers at home. Most police investigations into child sex crimes stop at dead ends because they lead back to public libraries and the libraries refuse to help police and destroy computer evidence of who accessed what computer. it’s really sickening to think about how many child predators are never caught because they used public library computers to engage in illegal activity. That’s why it’s so important to shine the spotlight on public libraries that deliberately look the other way when crimes are being committed. It sounds like the only reason these guys were caught was because they were using home computers. If they had been in a library they probably would not have been caught.

    • jmkraft
      Posted at 08:58h, 02 July Reply

      You must be talking about the Orland Park Public Library #OPPL

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