REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER
AT ASHLAND MIDDLE & High SCHOOL ON A REGULAR BASIS TO ALLEGEDLY SEE DAVE'S YOUNGEST SON PLAY
LEWIS-SPORTS ( HUGO attended when OLDEST BOYS played ALSO) AND CHILDREN.
JOHN JACOB HUGO
REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER:
6100 HWY. 66
ASHLAND, OREGON 97520
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Registered Sex Offender: John Jacob Hugo.
alias names from Oregon State FBI: # 158580J10
Blackerby, Thomas Albert
Pepin, Thomas Albert
Blackerby, Thomas A
pepin, Thomas AL
Pepin, Thomas Alphonse
Other birth dates & social security of record.
The criminal history record is maintained and available from the following:
Florida State: id # FLO4419161
Oregon State: id# OR11277525 // OR 11235384
Washington State: id# WA17553821
FBI: 158580J10 / 515797H
Child molester Hugo....Standing at the crime scene ! How dare !
John Hugo. Registered sex offender. AKA: Blackerby. Florida & Pennsylvania alias too.
" You are only as sick as your secrets" by
Melissa Moore, Monster in my Family
Burl Brim junior. Molested his niece & she will testify.
Facts and Truth as written by her:
Who was involved in the forced-affidavit & sexual molestation of a minor, cover-up ?
Uncle Burl. #Truth #Facts #Justice.
xxx sheriff Mike Winters. Dean Hunt. Uncle Burl Brim.
#Creepy #Rapist #Drugs Women #xxxCop Sickophant.
Joshua Bryant of Klamath Falls & Beyond. Let go by the old-boys, time and time and time...again.
These are the vampires who prey upon our children's souls.
Jimmy James Auchincloss. Registered Sex Offender
" A Jackson County Circuit Court judge revoked probation for Ashland resident James Auchincloss Thursday and sentenced him to eight months in jail for each of two felony counts of encouraging child sexual abuse.
Auchincloss' two eight-month sentences will run concurrently, and Judge Tim Gerking gave the half-brother of the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis credit for 51/2; months already served. The time already served included his original 30-day sentence and time in jail and on home detention for failing to comply with his probation conditions.
Deputy District Attorney David Hoppe said the judge's ruling means Auchincloss will spend about 21/2; more months in the county jail starting next Tuesday. Hoppe said he was pleased with Thursday's sentencing.
"It doesn't matter if you're from a dynasty family or if you went to South Medford High School," he said. "That's all we were asking for was equal justice."
Auchincloss, 64, and his attorney had no comment.
Auchincloss pleaded guilty in August to the two felony counts for having images on his computer of naked boys. He was originally sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years of post-prison supervision. He was also ordered to register as a sex offender and complete a court-ordered evaluation and treatment program, which includes polygraph testing and group therapy.
But Auchincloss' probation officer, Glen Sandy, and Penni Farrell, a psychologist who runs the group therapy sessions, said he failed to comply with the treatment.
Auchincloss served a second 30-day sentence, but that did not change his pattern of denial, the judge said, adding Auchincloss had denied the violation, denied the crimes and was denying he needed therapy for his pornography addiction, Gerking said.
"He's feeling he's somehow different," Gerking said. "Like the rules should be adjusted."
Auchincloss was placed on home detention after being kicked out of the treatment program. Prosecutors sought to have his probation revoked since he failed to comply with his probation requirements, which necessitated this week's hearings on whether Auchincloss should be returned to jail.
On Tuesday, Gerking heard testimony from two psychologists hired by Auchincloss' defense attorney, Carl Caplan, who said Auchincloss was incapable of completing the group therapy as ordered because he had cognitive deficiencies brought on by brain damage due to disease or injury. The psychologists said the neurological problem caused Auchincloss to embellish stories, add random information about his life among the political elite and made him unable to correctly track conversations.
Caplan argued Thursday that Auchincloss had been publicly humiliated, and that the case had received more media attention "than a murder trial." The stress has changed Auchincloss, making him "frightened," Caplan said.
"He's so scared he's going to do something to send himself back to prison," Caplan said.
Gerking, however, said Auchincloss' failure to follow the treatment requirements didn't correlate with symptoms of brain injury or illness. Evidence brought before the court stated that Auchincloss had "shrink-wrapped" pornography and put it in a storage locker for retrieval after his probationary period ended. The behavior was more in line with someone who was evading responsibility for their crimes, the judge said.
"The evidence shows that Mr. Auchincloss has no real interest in breaking his addiction to porn," Gerking said.
Gerking concluded, however, that Auchincloss didn't pose a danger to the community as there was no evidence of additional victims. The judge also referenced a series of letters written by Auchincloss' friends and supporters who had written "wonderful letters" on his behalf, which Gerking said he found to be "extremely sincere."
Gerking could have sentenced Auchincloss to as much as 18 months in prison.
Gerking also recommended that Auchincloss be given individual, as opposed to group, sex offender treatment and counseling upon his release. He ordered that Auchincloss bear the cost of the treatment."
An information technology worker was sentenced to probation Friday for possessing child pornography found on a mobile phone involved in a separate crime.
In 2013, Rondee Quinton Businger, 44, formerly of Medford, sold a Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone on Craigslist. The phone was stolen from the U.S. Mail during its transportation. Upon recovery, and during the investigation of the mail-theft case, Southern Oregon High Tech Crimes task force discovered more than 10 videos of child exploitation on the smartphone loaded onto the device in June 2012.
Prosecutor Jeremy Markiewicz said 30 additional videos had been deleted from the device.
"Every time a video is viewed, a child is victimized," Markiewicz said.
Markiewicz advocated prison time for Businger because steep penalties reduce demand for a crime that victimizes children.
"Unfortunately child pornography is a supply-and-demand issue," Markiewicz said.
Defense attorney Justin Rosas said Businger has undergone a psycho-sexual evaluation and polygraph testing showing he'd never physically victimized a child and hadn't committed any previous crimes against children. Rosas said Businger, on his own initiative, is approximately halfway through the sex-offender treatment process.
"I understand after looking at this, I took part in the abuse of another human being," Businger told Jackson County Circuit Court Judge Philip Arnold after apologizing to the state, prosecutors and victims.
"He's highly motivated to lead a law-abiding life," Rosas said.
Judge Arnold asked Businger to elaborate on his remorse to ensure he understood the impact of the crime.
"At the time I was doing it, it was like I was watching a movie. It wasn't real," Businger said.
He told Judge Arnold that he now understands that the videos are of real children undergoing abuse.
"I think about everything I do," Businger said.
Businger pleaded guilty to five counts of encouraging child sexual abuse in the first degree, and was sentenced to three years' probation in the case. Additional stipulations included that Businger have no contact with minors, pay $2,000 in fines and possess no child pornography or other sexually explicit material. If Businger fails to comply with any part of his probation, he will serve 72 months in prison.
" A former youth pastor and Southern Oregon University manager was sentenced to jail time Friday for exposing himself and talking about sexuality to four neighborhood children in his garage.
Thomas Duayne Bieber, 62, spoke about sexuality and exposed himself Jan. 3 to a 3-year-old, two 9-year-olds and a 10-year-old in the garage of his home in the 2400 block of Rabun Way, Central Point, according to court documents.
Bieber, a grandfather who was active in his church, often engaged neighborhood children in projects such as working on his truck and convertible. It was during this time that he would ask children to keep secrets and talk about sexuality, court documents allege.
Bieber admitted to police that he briefly exposed himself while the children were in his garage. He talked about sexuality and genitals, and told the 10-year-old about masturbation, according court documents. One of the 9-year-old victims said Bieber would talk to the children "all the time" about sex and babies, the documents state.
Bieber has since moved out of the neighborhood.
The 3-year-old and one of the 9-year-old victims had been adopted from the foster system, and both adopted parents spoke of the harm Bieber had done to them.
"We've done everything in our power to make these children's lives normal," the mother said to Jackson County Circuit Judge Philip Arnold. The mother said her children now must be monitored when in groups to ensure they're behaving appropriately.
The father said that for children who already have a history of abuse, this event deeply affected their sense of trust and "throws them back into the chaos."
After the hearing, the mother said the Bieber family knew of her adopted children's history of abuse.
Defense attorney Jeni Feinberg gave a medical explanation for Bieber's actions. She said the incident was part of an "extended manic episode," and that Bieber, who had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and had been functioning well on his medication for several years, stopped taking his medication without guidance of a doctor.
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Good Ole Jeni Feinberg:
say you're sorry...say it's the meds...say it was a temporary lapse of sanity...say you are a ...
She said Bieber now understands that he'll need to take medication for his disorder for the rest of his life.
"I am profoundly sorry. I'm so sorry," Bieber said to victims' parents in the courtroom before turning back to face Arnold.
Bieber, who had faced four felony charges of luring a minor, pleaded down to two misdemeanor charges of private indecency. Although house arrest was an option in the case because Bieber has no prior criminal history, Feinberg said Bieber specifically directed her not to request home detention. Victims' parents also requested he serve jail time to demonstrate to their children that actions have consequences.
Arnold sentenced Bieber to 60 days in jail beginning Dec. 28. Bieber was ordered to have no direct contact with minors, but was allowed indirect and supervised contact at church and with his grandchildren. Bieber was also ordered to pay for victims' counseling, and because he had worked previously as a youth pastor, Bieber was barred from direct work with minors for five years.
Bieber had worked as Southern Oregon University's manager of environmental health and safety, but voluntarily resigned from the position in October 2014."
If you see something, say something. #Creepy Grandpa Pastor or not.
"One of the 9-year-old victims said Bieber would talk to the children "all the time" about sex and babies, the documents state."
Rogue Valley sex offenders. Pastors, pals, police or otherwise. REPORT ! SAY SOMETHING !
" NO MORE RUMORS !!! "
Camelot Creep-out / New York Post
These are rea chidren being harmed & victimized:
Auchincloss said: “I don’t think I’ve done something that harmed anybody and that would harm anyone. I don’t think I’m that type of person.”
Jackie Kennedy’s half-brother — newly ensnared in a high-profile kiddie-porn scandal — was banished by the family decades ago because he became fixated on young John Kennedy Jr., The Post has learned.
James “Jamie” Auchincloss showed an unusual obsession for his half-nephew John-John when the Camelot prince was just 7, sources said. He repeatedly asked the boy to pose for pictures, said one source, who added that Jackie didn’t want him anywhere near John-John.
By the 1980s, the Kennedy clan was so concerned by Jackie’s half-sibling’s proclivities that they warned Auchincloss, now 62, to stay away from the family, sources said.
When Caroline Kennedy dropped her bid for a New York Senate seat in January, Auchincloss’ neighbors immediately thought it was related to an Oct. 14 search of his Ashland, Ore., house, which turned up the child pornography.
“My first thought was, ‘Caroline dropped out because of Jamie.’ They can’t withstand that,” said Carolyn Shaw, 56, who has lived next door to Auchincloss for 10 years and said she has put her house on the market because of the scandal.
Those bombshell revelations come amid another explosive development: Auchincloss has acknowledged publicly that he likes to look at sexually provocative photos of young boys.
On June 7, in front of more than 100 parishioners at the Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship church, Auchincloss “got up and said, ‘You’ve all read about it in the papers.’ Then he . . . apologized,” said his longtime friend, Ruth Wire, 78.
Auchincloss would not take repeated calls from The Post. But earlier this month, when asked by his local paper if he thought he had done anything wrong, Auchincloss said: “I don’t think I’ve done something that harmed anybody and that would harm anyone. I don’t think I’m that type of person.”
According to the Ashland Daily Tidings, he did not refute the allegation that child porn was found in his home.
“I think the point has to be, is there a manner of being predators? Is there a manner of encouraging sex abuse by offering money or being in that trade? And none of that is true,” he said.
Auchincloss and Jackie Kennedy Onassis have the same mother, Janet Lee Bouvier. Bouvier’s second husband, Standard Oil heir Hugh Auchincloss Jr., is Jamie’s father.
Jamie Auchincloss has been under investigation since Oct. 14, when cops searched his home and turned up thousands of images of boys as young as 4 in various stages of undress and engaged in sex acts.
Lab results from computers seized in the October raid are still pending, and Auchincloss has not been charged.
According to a 25-page search-warrant affidavit, Auchincloss and his friend Dennis Vickoren, who is also under in vestigation, had thousands of images of prepubescent boys in their porn stash.
The pictures included shots of a young Ron Howard, Ricky Schroeder, Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Dylan and Cole Sprouse of “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.” There were also multimedia slideshows — set to rousing John Philip Sousa band marches — featuring the celeb pictures along with young boys at a local Fourth of July parade.
On Vickoren’s nightstand, cops found 16 photocopied pages from a middle-school yearbook. And on one photo CD alone, there were 1,174 images of boys, ages 7 to 14, in various stages of undress and in sexually suggestive poses.
There is nothing in the affidavit to suggest either man is suspected of sexual contact with children.
Auchincloss lives off $12,000 a month from a trust fund in the leafy Oregon neighborhood just up the street from a popular park and playground teeming with kids. He was turned in to police by his former personal assistant, Eddy McManus, according to the affidavit.
A respected Ashland artist who had worked for Auchincloss 16 years, McManus claimed to have discovered Jamie and Vickoren looking at the pictures last summer. He said he was “sickened.”
Jamie attended Jackie’s 1994 funeral but was a no-show at JFK Jr.’s in 1999.
By that time, a source said, “he had to stay away from the family.”
A representative for Sen. Ted Kennedy did not respond to requests for comment. Caroline Kennedy could not be reached. Several Auchincloss relatives either declined comment or did not return calls.
Additional reporting by Brigitte Stelzer