Recent Crime News
11 hrs ago | via The Post-Standard
An Albany County man -- who is a manager at the New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs -- was arrested last week on seven felony charges involving sex with a child and bribing a witness, according to the Capital Region's NEWS10 . None of the charges involve any client of the Justice Center , which Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state lawmakers created in 2012 to bolster investigations of abuse of people with disabilities who are under state care, NEWS10 reports. Comment?
Yesterday | via Albany Times Union
Police arrested Kenneth G. Winston , 50, who works for the state Justice Center for Protection of People with Special Needs as manager of the program that monitors youth in criminal justice system. Winston had an ongoing sexual relationship with the child for a considerable time in 2014, according to Bethlehem police. Comment?
Yesterday | via Niskayuna Journal
Bethlehem police began an "intense" investigation after receiving a complaint alleging Kenneth G. Winston, 50, had been having a sexual relationship with minor since last year. On Friday, March 27, police arrested Winston and charged him with felony counts of predatory sexual assault against a child, rape in the first degree, course of sexual conduct against a child in the first degree, criminal sexual act in the first degree, sexual abuse in the first degree, tampering with physical evidence, attempted bribing a witness, along with the misdemeanor charge of endangering the welfare of a child. Comment?
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