David Allyn Dokich - Serial Child Rapist / High Risk Sex Offender

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Day 76 - Sex offenders in the news

Joseph Edward Duncan at 16

Joseph Edward Duncan now

Idaho Suspect Considered 'Decent Guy'

(AP) Fargo, N.D. Former North Dakota State University police chief Tim Lee remembers telling Joseph Edward Duncan III a few years ago that high-risk sex offenders were statistically likely to re-offend.

"He said, 'Well, it's not going to apply to me. I'm going to make it,"' Lee recalled, in an interview with The Forum.

Duncan, 42, who goes by the nickname "Jet" (Joseph Edward the Third) is now charged in Idaho with kidnapping two children and bludgeoning three people to death.


Fargo Police records show murder suspect called doctor hours before his capture

SPOKANE, Washington -- KREM 2 News has uncovered new information about murder and kidnapping suspect Joseph Edward Duncan. Fargo Police records have revealed that Duncan made a phone call to one of his financial supporters just hours before police arrested him in Coeur d'Alene.

On Friday, July 1st, police records show Duncan called Doctor Richard Wacksman. Wacksman is the doctor who gave Duncan $6,500 for attorney fees back in April. The telephone call reportedly lasted four minutes.

Wacksman told police Duncan sent him a picture of himself during the phone call. He did not think Duncan was with anyone else. Police say Wacksman yelled at Duncan for running from the cops and Duncan hung up.

Records also show in August of 2004, Duncan was reported to be increasingly angry at officers who kept checking on his whereabouts after he was accused of child molestation in Minnesota.


Escaped sex offender sought; another captured

DE - Police are searching for a registered sex offender they said escaped from the state psychiatric hospital Saturday night by climbing out a window.

Delaware State Police said anyone who sees escapee Gary N. Welch, 51, should call 911 immediately.

He fled through a physician’s office window at Delaware State Hospital along U.S. 13 near New Castle about 9 p.m. Saturday, said police spokeswoman Cpl. Helen Anne C. Zane.


Convicted sex offender back home

SC- Edwin “Sonny” Rogerson, a 65-year-old Kensington resident who is listed on the state’s sex offender registry, was back in his Pickens Street home Friday — two days after he was arrested on new sexual misconduct charges.

Rogerson was arrested Wednesday without incident at his home after an investigation by the Sheriff’s Department. He was released Friday after posting an $18,000 bond.

According to Investigator George Smith, Rogerson lured two girls — ages 14 and 15 — into his home by promising them cigarettes. The girls told investigators they would call Rogerson “the cigarette man.”

Once he gained their trust, Smith said Rogerson committed a sexual act on one and showed pornographic movies to the other.”


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