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CPD: Driver 'groomed' students before rapes - theleafchronicle.com
Chattanooga Police Detective Kevin Akins said Wrigglesworth tipped Clarksville police to two victims in Chattanooga, where Wrigglesworth was employed by the public school system from 1992 until 1994.
"It may not have happened on the school bus or even when he
was working for the school system," Akins
said."We're still in the early phases of the investigation here." Akins
has not yet been able to reach the alleged victims.
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Sergeant Kevin Akins with the Chattanooga Police Department's child abuse unit says he observed the child's autopsy.
Results showed Jaylen's
spinal cord had been compressed, and a bone around his
8/16/2005 - Hooper Rape Case Upheld By Appeals Court - Breaking News - Chattanoogan.com
Chattanooga Police Department Detective Kevin Akins testified that he was involved in investigating the victim's rape.He said that the victim gave him an explanation for her delay in reporting the rape and that he was satisfied with her explanation.
Chattanooga Police Officer Gerald Dossett testified that he
took a statement from Kelli Winchester who said that the defendant raped the victim.He
said that he
contacted the victim but that the victim did not cooperate with his
investigation at that time.
The state recalled the victim.She
testified that before being raped by the defendant, she
had never had sexual intercourse.
...The defendant next contends the trial court erred in allowing Detective Akins, Cathy Spada and Wanda Hixson to testify that victims of sexual abuse frequently delay reporting the crime.
...The record is similarly devoid of any testimony from Detective Akins that victims of sexual abuse often delay reporting the crime.He
did, however, testify that the victim explained why she
had delayed reporting the crime and that he
Safe Families Report - News 12 Chattanooga
Detective Kevin Akins, Chattanooga Police Department "Fewer than 10 to 15 percent of shaken babies are believed to recover completely.Reminaing victims exhibit a variety of disabilities including partial or complete loss of vision, hearing impairments, siezure disorders, cerebral palsy, sucking or swallowing disorders, developmental diabilities, autism, cognitive impairments, behavior problems and permanent vegetative states."
And remember that a baby that won't stop crying may have an underlying medical problem that needs attention.
You should call your pediatrician.
News Channel 9: Man Charged With Raping Mentally Handicapped Girl
According to Chattanooga Police Child Abuse Investigator Kevin Akins, the girl's nine year old brother and mother witnessed the sexual assault Monday night.Detective Akins says the victim's brother told him he witnessed Blackwell penetrating his sister, and that he "called his mother... and after arriving observed the defendant with his [genitals] exposed to the victim."Detective Akins says the mentally handicapped girl attends the Orange Grove School on Derby Street.