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A teacher who had sex with her 15-year-old student has avoided going to prison by marrying the boy.
Leah Gayle Shipman, 42, married Johnnie Ray Ison two years after she was arrested for having sex with him aged just 15 at Wilmington High School in North Carolina.
That means the authorities can’t make Ison, who is now 19, give evidence against Shipman, The Wilmington Star-News reports.
This is because under North Carolina law a defendant’s spouse cannot be made to testify in criminal cases.
Brunswick County Assistant District Attorney Gina Essey reportedly said: ‘None of the statements made in this case would be admissible without the victim. The defendant has a Sixth Amendment right to confront witnesses against them.’
Simpson was facing 15 years for statutory rape at the time of the wedding, which came just six days after she divorced her husband of 19 years.
Ison’s mother gave permission for son, who was still a minor, to marry.
The wedding only became public knowledge after Shipman pleaded guilty last month to resisting an officer investigating alleged abuse. She was given a 30-day suspended jail sentence. She was fired by the school.
Police in North Carolina say a deaf man was stabbed several times after his sign language was mistaken for gang signs by another man.
Burlington Police Sgt. Mark Yancey said 45-year-old Terrance Ervin Daniels was using sign language with another deaf man. He said a third person saw them, thought they were flashing gang signs and stabbed Daniels with a kitchen knife. A neighbour saw the victim and called emergency personnel.
Daniels is in stable condition at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill after Wednesday’s incident.
Police arrested 22-year Robert Jarell Neal and charged him with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury and felony assault on a handicapped person. He’s being held in the Alamance County jail. It’s not known if Neal has an attorney.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/deaf-man-stabbed-sign-language-mistaken-gang-signs-police-article-1.1238749#ixzz2Hmc8yPvs
The following is a release from the North Carolina Attorney General:
Meth lab busts in North Carolina reached a new high in 2012 as a simpler method for making small amounts of the drug spread statewide. At the same time, electronic tracking of pseudoephedrine buys is helping stop illegal sales and leading law enforcement to more meth labs, Attorney General Roy Cooper said Tuesday.
“Prevention efforts have helped hold down the number of larger meth labs but small ones are still very dangerous,” Cooper said. “We need more law enforcement, better public awareness, and continued use of technology to fight this crime.”
State Bureau of Investigation agents responded to 460 meth labs in 2012, compared to 344 meth labs in 2011 and 235 labs in 2010. Approximately 73 percent of the meth labs busted in 2012 used the “one pot” method. One pot labs, also known as shake and bake labs, make smaller amounts of meth than previously seen larger meth labs. Criminals can cook meth in a plastic soda bottle using a small amount of pseudoephedrine, the illegal drug’s key ingredient found in cold medicine.
A new electronic system that tracks purchases of pseudoephedrine is helping to block illegal sales of that key ingredient and lead law enforcement to meth labs, Cooper said. Approximately 54,000 purchases, a total of more than 66,000 boxes of pseudoephedrine, were blocked last year in North Carolina by pharmacies using the system, called the National Precursor Log Exchange (NPLEx). The amount of pseudoephedrine blocked could have been used to make 277 pounds of meth.
Making it harder to get the key ingredient has prevented an increase in the number of larger labs and has forced some criminals to use the one pot method.
The North Carolina counties with the most meth lab busts in 2012 were: Wilkes (59 labs), Wayne (27 labs), Catawba (26 labs); Burke (24 labs); and Anson (21 labs). Wilkes, Catawba, Cleveland, Onslow and Surry counties saw the largest increase in meth labs compared to 2011.
Law enforcement and SBI agents discovered more labs this year in urban and suburban areas, as shown by the increase in meth labs found in counties such as Wake (6 labs), Guilford (5 labs), Forsyth (4 meth labs), Buncombe (6 meth labs) and the greater Charlotte area (13 labs in Union County, 7 in Gaston County) compared to previous years.
Almost all labs found in urban and suburban areas were one pot meth labs, agents said. First seen by law enforcement in North Carolina in 2009, the one-pot labs are now found across the state. The process is fast, highly mobile, and produces little waste or evidence for the cook to dispose of, though it remains deadly.
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Waynesville police said they are looking for a man who pretended to be a security guard at a Walmart on Saturday and asked a girl to disrobe.
Investigators said the girl told officers that a man, who identified himself as a security guard, approached her and accused her of shoplifting. They said the man then led the girl into an aisle where he had arranged boxes to create a semi-private area. They said the man then told the girl to pull down her pants and underwear. They said that when the girl refused, the man then began asking the girl sexually explicit questions.
Police said surveillance video showed that the man had followed the girl around the store for nearly a half-hour before he approached her.
The man was described as white, in his 40s, with brown, possibly thinning hair.
Police said the man was in the store between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. with a woman in her mid- to late-60s who had bright red hair. They said the pair may have been driving in a tan or silver, early 2000 model Chevrolet Tahoe.
Anyone with information about the case was asked to call the Waynesville Police Department at 828-456-5363.
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