View Full Version : Wes Ackley sexually assaulted a child, also: kiddie porn
July 19th, 2010, 04:26 PM
I know this guy! He was best friends with my aunt and uncle and I used to see him all the time. (I know it's old, but my sister just told me about it!)
On 11/11/2009 at 2:45 a.m., John “Wes” Ackley, age 42, was arrested at the Ocean County Prosecutor’s
Office by Detectives from the Jackson Police Department and an Investigator from the Sex Crimes Unit of
the Prosecutor’s Office. Jackson Police Department Detectives and an Investigator from the Prosecutor’s
Office Computer Crimes Unit searched Ackley’s home early Wednesay morning. Ackley was charged with
four counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault, one count of Sexual Assault, and two counts of Endangering the
Welfare of a Child, in relation to incidents which occurred in Jackson Township between August, 2008 and
Saturday, November 7, 2009. Additional chagres are pending Grand Jury action.
More info here: http://jerseycriminaldefenseattorney.com/2009/11/13/jackson-firefighter-charged-with-sexually-assaulting-children/
July 19th, 2010, 04:31 PM
Newest article from this year:
TOMS RIVER — A former paid firefighter in Jackson has been charged in an 18-count indictment with sexually assaulting four children, including two 4-year-olds whom he is alleged to have directed to perform sexual acts on each other in his presence.
The indictment, handed up by an Ocean County grand jury late last week, charges John W. Ackley, 43, of Andover Road, Jackson, with various counts of aggravated sexual assaults and sexual assaults on the four children — a 4-year-old girl, a 4-year-old boy, an 8-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy. The indictment said the crimes occurred last year.
The indictment also charges Ackley with endangering the welfare of each of the four children and with possession of child pornography that was discovered on his computer following his arrest in November.
Ackley was employed for several years as a paid firefighter with the Board of Fire Commissioners of Fire District 4 in Jackson, but shortly after his arrest, he submitted his resignation from his cell at the Ocean County Jail, said Joseph D. Youssouf, the board attorney.
The four victims are known to Ackley personally, but not through his job as a firefighter, said Assistant Ocean County Prosecutor Laura N. Pierro.
The indictment alleges that Ackley performed sexual acts on the 4-year-old and 8-year-old girls, and that he instructed the two 4-year-olds to perform oral sex on each other in his presence. The indictment also alleges that Ackley molested the 12-year-old boy and masturbated in front of him.
Authorities became aware of the activity after the two youngest children began behaving inappropriately, and the 4-year-old boy told his mother what was happening, leading to Ackley's arrest, Pierro said.
July 19th, 2010, 04:32 PM
Can someone change this to read "sexually assaulted 4 children" please?
July 26th, 2010, 04:03 PM
What a nasty ass pervert. Good thing someone noticed something was weird with the kids and he got caught before he could do more damage.
January 7th, 2012, 09:27 PM
What a tnuc judge orders you to keep your kids away from their baby raping dad and you still send them to him on weekends??
She deserves to be fucking stoned,what a lazy waste of air,some will do anytthing for a break from kids I guess
Jackson woman gets 120 days in jail for child abuse, neglect
TOMS RIVER — A Jackson woman was sentenced today to 120 days in the Ocean County Jail for allowing her husband access to two young girls, in violation of a court order, and impeding the investigation into his crimes involving sexual abuse of children.
Sieglinde A. Ackley, 43, of Andover Road pleaded with Superior Court Judge Wendel E. Daniels not to send her to jail, so that she could be reunited with the girls and help the family heal.
Assistant Ocean County Prosecutor Laura Pierro insisted Ackley go to jail, calling her the worst kind of criminal for exposing the children to danger.
Ackley’s husband, John “Wes” Ackley, 44, pleaded guilty July 19 to three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one count each of sexual assault and possession of child pornography. He is awaiting sentencing.
John Ackley had been arrested in 2009 and charged with the sexual abuse a year earlier of four children – a 4-year-old girl, a 4-year-old boy, an 8-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy.
Ackley, a onetime paid firefighter in Jackson who resigned after his arrest, had been under a court order to have no contact with one of the girls. But his wife admitted allowing him access to the girls, between July 2009 and June 2011.
One of the girls was between 5 and 6 years old during that time and is now 7. The other girl, now 5, was between 3 and 5 years old during the period in question.
Sieglinde Ackley pleaded guilty Oct. 17 to child abuse, child neglect and obstruction of justice. She admitted to Daniels that she allowed her husband into their home for overnight visits. She also admitted she was present when her husband tried to convince the girl who is now 7 not to testify against him in criminal proceedings.
Sieglinde Ackley also admitted obstructing justice by failing to provide investigators with the identity of one of the victims.
Deputy Assistant Public Defender Vita Mennie argued today that Sieglinde Ackley was not a typical criminal. Mennie said her client had been physically, sexually, verbally and emotionally abused by her husband during 13 years of marriage.
Sieglinde Ackley committed the crimes “because she was weak, she was easily manipulated and she was scared,” Mennie said, adding that her client has been undergoing counseling and filed for divorce in October.
The woman asked the judge not to send her to jail so that she can be reunited with the girls, who are in the custody of the state Department of Children and Families.
Pierro, however, said that despite the criminal charges against her husband, the defendant chose him over the children and didn’t want them to testify because of the harm it would cause him.
“She chose to continually align herself with him,” Pierro said. “This is not the time or place to stand by your man. It is more than inappropriate. It is criminal.”
In handing down his sentence, Daniels said he weighed Sieglinde Ackley’s claims of abuse at the hands of her husband against her responsibility to protect the children.
“We have to protect our young,” the judge said.
In addition to the jail sentence, Sieglinde Ackley will be on probation for 18 months.
January 7th, 2012, 11:36 PM
I hope this mother never sees her kids again. Dad fucked them up first and mom took it to a whole new level. Can you imagine the guilt those kids must feel knowing that mom wants them to help get dad off the hook. I think she should be sent away for a good long time.
As far as abuse fuck that excuse. You all know my ex was abusive and you know he is sitting in prison for what he did to my daughter. He begged me not to go to the cops. He begged me to just talk to my daughter once. He begged me to convince my daughter to say she made it all up. He begged for weeks the answer was always no. He then moved on to threatening me. I spent six months in fear for me and my children. Never once did I allow him near my kids! She just didn't want to lose her man.
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