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Fallston Child Psychologist Guilty of Sexually Abusing Girls

In domestic law on August 23, 2011 at 12:37 pm

We MUST get Rid of these ‘witch-DoKtoRs’ Psychiatry is a fraud and a set up for crimes against others.

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David Wayne Schrumpf, a Whiteford resident, pleaded guilty Monday in Harford County District Court.

A Fallston child psychologist pleaded guilty Monday to three charges related to sexually abusing three girls he had treated, according to a release from the Harford County State’s Attorney’s office.

David Wayne Schrumpf, 55, of the 4400 block of Prospect Road in Whiteford, is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 31 for one count of child sex abuse and two counts of second-degree assault of girls ages 7, 9 and 10.

Under the terms of the plea agreement, Schrumpf must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, voluntarily surrender his psychology license and agree not to seek a license as a child psychologist in a jurisdiction in which he lives. He will undergo sex offender treatment and is prohibited from contacting anyone younger than 18.

The state is seeking a six-year jail sentence, according to the release.

The case was investigated by the Harford County Child Advocacy Center, with assistance from the Harford County Department of Social Services, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police.

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Morgan Township Father pleads guilty to lesser charge in shooting death of son

In domestic law on June 22, 2011 at 11:32 am
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VALPARAISO | A Morgan Township man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a
reduced charge of reckless homicide in the shooting of his son
during an argument in August 2009.

James Blum, who had been charged with murder, occasionally cried
during the change of plea hearing before Porter Circuit Court Judge
Mary Harper.

James Blum also bought the gun a day before the shooting,
Polarek said.



Jurors find adoptive father guilty of child neglect

In domestic law on June 16, 2011 at 4:17 pm

CARLSBAD — A 19-year-old father was found guilty in District Court on Friday of child abuse involving his infant daughter.

In domestic law on May 21, 2011 at 5:54 pm

Media names the article ‘Man found guilty in abuse of family member’- we have such a fatherhood exhalation that they can not even the title the headline correctly.
We all know that the ‘mothers who do this they are named and the word mother is in headline. Mainstream media needs to stop protecting, keeping silent and maintaining the fatherhood exhalation.
Media Misses for other media blunders.

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CARLSBAD — A 19-year-old father was found guilty in District Court on Friday of child abuse involving his infant daughter.

McClintock, represented by Shawn Lunsford, testified at the trial on Thursday, saying he may have used “too much force” with his daughter, Baylee McClintock.

According to a previous report in the case, Baylee was flown to a Lubbock, Texas, hospital where a CT scan revealed multiple subdural hemorrhages in her head in various stages of healing. She was found to have bleeding into the brain and swelling of the brain. She also had a skull fracture and hemorrhaging in the retinas of her eyes, leaving her permanently blind although possibly responsive to some light.

“He told you he slammed her into the bed,” said Perozynski, adding that medical examiners said her injuries were trauma-related.

“This was not an accident, this was someone who could not control themselves,” Perozynski concluded.

These injuries indicated non-accidental trauma, and hospital staff notified the Carlsbad Police Department.

During his interview with Detective Sgt. Chris Kohler, who testified in the case, McClintock described how he had treated the baby during other seizures. He said he had left bruises on the child when he pinched her to keep her from falling asleep during a seizure. Once, he said, he held her the wrong way, and because of his size – 6 feet tall and weighing 300 pounds – he left bruises on her shoulders.

Eventually, McClintock admitted that he was the cause of Baylee’s condition, but he did not want to come forward with the information because he was afraid of losing his daughter and afraid of going to jail, said the report.



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