Schenectady, NY — 35-year-old Jose Dones, a Level III sex offender, is facing numerous charges, including child endangerment and unlawfully dealing with a child, after police learned he’s responsible for inking several juveniles in the neighborhood in the past year.
According to timesunion.com,
An investigation by the police department’s Youth Aid Bureau discovered that several adolescents were tattooed by Dones. Police asked that any parents whose children may have been tattooed by Dones call the Youth Aid Bureau at 518-382-5256 to file a complaint.
Though I have not been able to unearth all the ugly details of how he obtained his status, Dones apparently served a 6 month prison term in 2008 after being convicted on charges of forcible touching. The victim in that case was a 16 year old girl.
Dones was arrested at his girlfriend’s home on January 8th for failing to register as a sex offender, again. As for the tattooing of juveniles, authorities are uncertain at this time as to whether any of Dones’ minor clients have actually been subjected to any sort of sexul assault.…Continue Reading
Newport News, VA – ….but a toddler left on the stove just might. Last Friday evening, Julia sat her 1-year-old daughter on the stove in order to take a picture. Like you don’t have any pictures of your kids on top of the stove? Puh-lease. While she and her boyfriend Justin were dealing with one of their other four children – all of whom are under 6 – little Zoie toppled over on the stove and ended up with burns on her back, shoulders and arms. Neither Justin nor Julia felt the injuries warranted a visit to the emergency room – they decided to treat the burns themselves. Four days after the fact, after CPS and law enforcement got involved, Zoie was finally treated at the hospital. Julia says she doesn’t know why she put the kid on the stove in the first place, but claims the stove wasn’t even hot – it had been off for at least three hours. “It wasn’t a hot stove. The stove was off.…Continue Reading
Unicoi, TN–As a parent, it is your responsibility to protect your children from harm, not bring harm to them. Kimberly Potter fails as a responsible parent…she fails miserably. She knew her new boyfriend Michael Jones was a sex offender, but yet, she allowed him to move into her home; a home she shares with two young daughters, ages 11 and 16. Read on, it gets worse.