Collins, 20, Greenfield, guilty of rape, a Level 3 felony; and two counts of sexual misconduct with a minor, one a Level 5 felony and the other a Level 6. He was found not guilty of criminal confinement, a Level 6 felony. Court Commissioner Cody Coombs sentenced Collins on Friday to eight years for the rape conviction, four of which will be served in a state prison. The remaining time will be served in Hancock County Community Corrections, work release, home detention and sex offender probation. Coombs sentenced Collins to two years for the Level 6 felony conviction of sexual misconduct with a minor.
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A WESTON man has been jailed for 24 weeks after police discovered he had stockpiled about 58, indecent images and videos of children. Andrew Coombs, of Palmer Row, was found to have a large number of indecent pictures stored on 12 computer discs by police officers in January A spokesman for the Crown Prosecution Service said the vast majority of the pictures were category one — the lowest severity — featuring no sexual activity. The year-old admitted 16 counts of possessing indecent images and was sentenced at Bristol Crown Court on Friday.
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The Central Investigation Bureau CIB official said Kenneth Joseph Coombs, 48, was arrested on Friday at a hotel in Thamel, a popular tourist district in Kathmandu, where eight boys aged between 12 and 16 were with him. Nawaraj Silwal, CBI Deputy Inspector General, said police rescued the children from a hotel in the center of the city after their parents reported them as missing. A Nepali associate was also arrested and charged under similar crimes, said police, who seized a laptop, camera and mobile phone at the scene.
Family members have criticized the police investigation and are angry that the case has not garnered national media attention, especially compared to the case of missing month-old Lisa Irwin in Kansas City. Jahessye's family members, especially her grandmother, Shirley Johnson, have also said that the lack of attention to her disappearance is an issue of race. They botched this investigation," Johnson said, according to the Associated Press. It doesn't make a bit of difference to us. We'd be working the same way.