“Bishop told investigators she did not have any memory about what happened because she had taken Ambien.”
Sep 25, 2020 |
Fox News – A California sheriff’s deputy accused last year of having sex with a teenage boy has been sentenced to six months in jail.
The sentence was imposed Wednesday in the case of Shauna Bishop, 44, a former member of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, according to reports.
The sentence also requires her to serve probation and register as a sex offender, KCRA-TV reported.
“Although Bishop is a deputy sheriff, she did not meet the victim through her job nor did the alleged acts occur while on duty,” the Folsom Police Department said at the time of her arrest in June 2019.
Court documents accused Bishop of having sex with the 16-year-old son of another deputy, whom she had previously dated, Fox 40 Sacramento reported last year.
The documents say Bishop told investigators she did not have any memory about what happened because she had taken Ambien, according to the station.
The documents also quoted the boy as telling investigators that Bishop blamed their sexual activity on adult movies she had watched. Source/Fair Use.
“Ambien is said to offer more than a night of super sleep. For some, the drug can produce a haze of inhibition, making sex crazier, hotter, and more erotic. This is a new incarnation of Ambien sex. It’s already widely known that Ambien can act as a memory eraser.” – The Daily Beast,
Georgia ‘sextortionist’ who victimized 150 teens gets 40 years in prison
Sep 23, 2020
New York Post – A depraved Georgia man who coerced as many as 150 girls to send him explicit photos and videos — and then threatened to post them online or send them to their families — has been sentenced to 40 years in prison, federal prosecutors said.
Benjamin Jenkins, 25, of Mableton, was convicted in January of producing child pornography and distributing child pornography in a case dating back to 2015, when he used online aliases to contact girls between 13 and 16 years old, the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia announced Tuesday.
To lure his victims, Jenkins used varying aliases and online profiles to persuade the girls to send him a suggestive photo.
He then threatened to post it online or share it with the girls’ friends and relatives unless they sent more explicit material, US Attorney Byung Pak said.
Jenkins even instructed the young victims on which body parts he wanted them to show, what objects to use to sexually gratify themselves and coerced some of them to send him vile footage of themselves drinking their own urine or licking toilets, prosecutors said … Read more.