Collin County Sex Crimes Blog Archives
Being high-profile doesn’t protect you from the consequences of high-profile allegations. This is something that a well-known Texas sports figure […]Read More About High Profile Sexual Assault Allegations
Cheer, the Netflix six-part docuseries that aired in January 2020, follows a cheer team from Navarro College preparing for the annual National […]Read More About Accusations of Sexual Misconduct Surrounding Netflix Show Cast Members
There are few crimes investigated and prosecuted as aggressively as crimes against minors, especially crimes of a sexual nature. A […]Read More About Six Accused of Internet Sex Crimes
A Wichita Falls man has admitted to the police that he sexually assaulted a person he described as his “best […]Read More About Texas Man Admits to Sexual Assault: “I Raped My Best Friend”
Greg Kelley, a high school senior and star athlete, was arrested on August 9, 2013, in Cedar Park, Texas. He […]Read More About Man Wrongfully Convicted of Sexual Assault Is Exonerated
Ricky Scaman, the Sheriff of Fall County, was arrested on Monday, September 21, on charges of felony assault on a […]Read More About Sheriff in Central Texas Charged with Sexual Assault
On Thursday, September 17, Jeremiah “Jerry” Harris – star of the Netflix documentary series “Cheer” – was arrested on one […]Read More About Netflix’s Jerry Harris Arrested for Child Pornography Following Tarrant County Lawsuit
Under Megan’s Law, a subsection of the federal Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act of […]Read More About If you are Convicted of Certain Offenses, you are Required to Register as a Sex Offender
As every Collin County parent knows, your teenager communicates with their friends primarily by text message. Texting allows people to […]Read More About When Is “Sexting” a Crime in Texas?
One of the scariest things that can happen to you is receiving a call from a Collin County police officer […]Read More About You Just Received a Call From a Detective About a Sex Offense Investigation – What Do You Do?