Thursday, November 10, 2016

Jessica Lessley of Birmingham is violating Alabama harassment law, but is getting a free pass by the police



The Alabama sex offender website states the following:

THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON THIS SITE IS INTENDED FOR COMMUNITY SAFETY PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO THREATEN, INTIMIDATE, OR HARASS.  MISUSE OF THIS INFORMATION MAY RESULT IN CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.

Yet, the police is not going after Jesica Lassley of 400 10th St. Birmingham AL 35217-1433. She That is an injustice. This is why the registry needs to be taken offline.

Now, before  lets look at Jessica Lessley's Facebook page. Upon seeing the posts on her Facebook page, I find it hard to believe that she didn't start this war. 








Sex offender billboard raised in 'Hatfield and McCoy' neighborhood feud

By Carol Robinson | crobinson@al.com 
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on November 10, 2016 at 2:53 PM, updated November 10, 2016 at 3:01 PM

A feud worthy of the Hatfields and McCoys is brewing in one Jefferson County neighborhood, where a giant billboard now stands as the latest volley in a battle between a mother of six and a convicted sex offender who lives across the street.

On one side of 10th Street in Robinwood is Jessica Lessley, her husband Jeb and their half dozen children who range in age from 14 years old to just 2 weeks. Across the way, and one house over, is 27-year-old Raymond Kyle Martin. who lives with his mother, Tammy McCullers.

On Wednesday, Lessley and her husband erected the banner in their yard, on the side of the house that faces Martin's. It bears his photo, his address and notes his 2013 convictions for the second-degree rape and second-degree sodomy of a 15-year-old girl.

The Lessleys have lived in their home for 11 years, and said they had no problems until Martin moved in across the street about a year ago. Since then, they've said, Martin has terrorized the neighborhood children and their parents, threatening to call the cops, call DHR and even skin their cat. "It's just a nightmare,'' Lessley said.

Martin's mother, however, said they're not the problem. Their neighbors are the ones stirring the pot, all in an effort to get them to leave Robinwood. "They want us to move so bad,'' McCullers said. "I will see them mother (expletives) in hell before I move."
The Jefferson County sheriff's office was called to 10th Street Thursday morning. McCullers said someone flattened the tire on her car, and she complained about the billboard. "It's shouldn't be there,'' she said. "Robinwood has 50 sex offenders and my son is the only one they put up a sign for."

Martin was arrested in 2012, then 24, and accused of having sex with a 15-year-old girl. His mother said the sex was consensual and that the girl told her son she was 18. "He was set up,'' McCullers said.

In 2013, he pleaded guilty to the charges and received a 10-year suspended sentence in each case. It's not his only brushes with the law. Court records show he has other convictions for criminal trespass, harassing communications, probation violation, violation of the state's sex offender notification laws, domestic violence and multiple counts of cruelty to animals. In one of those cases, authorities noted, he left one of his dogs without food and water, and the dog ended up hanging herself and dying while she was trying to get to her puppies.

A warrant for his arrest was issued Oct. 6 after Lessley filed a harassment charge against him. In that complaint, she said her neighbor yells nasty things to her when she walks her kids to the bus stop, threatens to burn down her house and kill her pets. She said she's found hotdogs in her yard that she fears have been poisoned and meant to harm her three dogs.

"I'm not the only family with kids he's messing with,'' she said. "It's an ongoing battle. We've talked to the landlord. We've offered to buy that house. I've put up a camera system and I can't let my kids play in the yard unless we're outside with them. I do a perimeter check when they do go out, and they know not to go close to the gate."

"We're trying to do everything we can the legal way,'' she said. "We don't know what else to do."

McCullers said deputies told her the billboard with her son's photo on it is legal because it's public information. She said she is furious about it. There are nine convicted sex offenders living in the neighborhood, and she said her son is the only one being singled out. "It's wrong for it to be broadcast like that,'' she said. "I want to get all of the sex offenders together and march to City Hall."

She said she's ready to take matters into her own hands. "I'll spray paint that son of a (expletive) sign even if it means I'll go to jail,'' she said. "We're having problems. Somebody's going to get hurt."

Both Tarrant police and sheriff's deputies are familiar with the problem. "We have responded to 23 calls related to Martin this year from different complainants, including one where he threatened his own family member,'' said Jefferson County sheriff's Chief Deputy Randy Christian. "It seems that other convicted sex offenders in the area have no issues so it's hard to buy that he is being singled out for that."

"It sounds more like he is purposely acting out, being a menace and provoking his neighbors,'' Christian said. "Hopefully when he gets to court on this latest arrest the judge will note that."

3 comments:

  1. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2016/11/14/david-carlson-guilty-verdict/

    David Carlson Guilty of Manslaughter.

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  2. http://ijr.com/2016/11/738175-dad-couldnt-contain-himself-anymore-and-shot-daughters-sexual-abuser-but-consequences-were-steep/

    Jay Maynor spending 40 years in prison heres an update.

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  3. http://wset.com/news/local/rockbridge-sheriffs-office-investigating-case-of-vigilante-justice

    LASGOW, Va. (WSET) -- Multiple charges could be coming for two teens accused of vigilante justice.
    Rockbridge County deputies are still doing interviews into a case of a double catfish.
    Sunday afternoon, the sheriff's office was called about a fight in the Glasgow area. At that same time, they also got calls about a fight that had been posted on Facebook.
    After talking to Elijah Bobbitt, the man beaten up in the fight, they realized the two fights were actually the same.
    But the case soon got trickier for law enforcement. A few days before two teen boys were messaging on Facebook ,with what they thought was a woman, and those messages turned sexual, according to Captain Tony McFaddin. McFaddin says the boys found out it was actually a man, so they decided to lure him to one of the boy's houses.

    One of the teens involved says that isn't the case. The teen, whose name is being withheld due to his age, says the man was posing online as a girl named "Sammy Floyd." He went on to say that "Sammy" told the teens that to have sexual relations with her, they would have to have sex with a guy.
    When Bobbitt got to the house, deputies say one of the boys started beating him up while the other recorded it. That is confirmed by the teen who said he beat up Bobbitt while his friend laughed.
    The teen says he did it to "protect the kids of my community."
    Bobbitt is a convicted sex offender, and according to the terms of his release, he is not to be talking online to anyone. If deputies confirm it was him online, he could be going back behind bars.
    But so could the teens. McFaddin explained, "We don't want sexual predators preying on our children but we need to use law enforcement to take care of that versus this vigilante type justice."
    The teens say they didn't know who the man was, or that he had been previously charged until after he left the teen's house. The teen says, he learned who the man was from his neighbors.
    The video of the fight, and the video of the teen planning the ambush have both been pulled from Facebook.
    The teens are being called heroes by many people on social media, but the sheriff's office says they have also received messages of people condemning all three people involved.

    Damn Heres Creep Catchers America.

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