Greggs and Miller have been convicted and are awaiting sentencing.
Marangola, who are handling the case, stated that in April 2013, Campbell transported an adult from New York to the State of New Jersey for the purpose of engaging in prostitution. Campbell was arrested in April 2014 along with Laree Greggs and Jennifer Miller.
The defendants made an initial appearance this afternoon before U. Johnson was detained and will return to court on September 29, 2015 at p.m. The arrest was the culmination of an investigation on the part of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Child Exploitation Task Force which includes the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, the Rochester Police Department, and U. Immigration and Customs Enforcement-Homeland Security Investigations. The fact that a defendant has been charged with a crime is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
A law enacted in 1996 requiring the low level offenders to register for 20 years is set to expire January 1, 2016.Jordan Betts is trying to give her nine-year-old daughter, Julianna, more freedom as she gets older.That's why she's especially worried after hearing that level one sex offenders may soon live in her neighborhood without her knowledge."How am I supposed to know she's ok walking my dog or instance, and we don't know if there's a sex offender living down the street, if they're off the registry at this point? It would impact the kids who could possibly be effected by the sex offenders and it effects parents."According to Lawrence, the only way to keep all level one sex offenders on the registry, would be if the assembly speaker called lawmakers to Albany for a special session to re-enact the law before January 1." Greece Assemblyman Peter Lawrence understands her concerns. Otherwise, level one sex offenders who've been on the registry for 20 years will begin trickling off every day that lawmakers don't vote to extend the law. I've heard nothing that will indicate that," Lawrence said.
It's unclear exactly how many sex offenders would be removed from the registry. It doesn't behoove anybody except sex offenders to take them off the registry," Phelan said.
However, in 2006, when the law was last re-instated, more than 150 offenders could've been taken off the registry if lawmakers didn't extend it. Some say being registered for 20 years is long enough. "I don't see where we're harming them in any way by simply keeping them on the registry. They can come and go where ever they want, whenever they want.
Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan said the registry helps track offenders. "It isn't conducive to the safety of the residents of N. We're just monitoring them," Phelan said."I hope that they reconsider and they do something about this because it's our children's safety," Betts added.
Hochul, Jr., announced today that Jodia Campbell, 33, of Rochester, NY, pleaded guilty to transporting individuals across state lines with intent that the individuals engage in illegal sex acts before U.
The charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a fine of 0,000.
The plea is the culmination of an investigation on the part of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Child Exploitation Task Force which includes the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, the Rochester Police Department, and U. Immigration and Customs Enforcement-Homeland Security Investigations.