But after his preliminary hearing, where the four young girls testified, that's when the plea deal began to be worked out. Eight years in state prison was what he was sentenced to and it's the deal the prosecution, the defense, the victim and their families can all live with. Steve Rooney at times wept through his sentencing hearing. Before being sentenced though, the father of one of the victims spoke.
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Search Search. Menu Sections. Gillian Halliday Twitter Email. Controversial footballer Jay Donnelly should not be "robbed of his chance" to restart his career with a new club after serving his punishment as a sex offender, a writer has said. K evin Rooney has defended the year-old in an article for online media outlet Spiked in which he insists the public outcry in response to Donnelly's signing to east Belfast side Glentoran should not prevent the player from earning a living. Donnelly is to join the club from Belfast Celtic after he served a three-month sentence last year for distributing an indecent image of a child. He was prosecuted for sharing a picture of a year-old girl he took while they were having sex in
Perhaps he just took a day off. The actor who famously chased down Matthew Broderick in " Ferris Bueller's Day Off " as Principal Ed Rooney is in trouble with the law -- for allegedly not updating his information as a sex offender. Jeffrey Jones , who was busted in for employing a year-old boy to pose for sexually explicit photos, failed to keep his information up to date with California after his birthday, the Los Angeles county district attorney's office said. Jones was similarly charged in for failing to update his status. He had pled no contest to the original charge, for which he received five years probation.
BUFFALO, NY - Two separate Western New York communities are taking two different approaches toward one common goal: to rid their neighborhoods of sex offenders placed in group homes by the state after it closed a secure facility near Rochester late last year. Seven developmentally disabled sex offenders from the shuttered Rochester area facility were placed at two adjoining group homes on Leydecker Road in West Seneca. On Saturday, a crowd of about protesters gathered at nearby Sunshine Park to voice their displeasure with the state's decision. They marched past the homes on Leydecker waving angry placards and chanting slogans, hoping to send a signal to Albany that their new neighbors are not welcome. In Newstead, a group home for people with developmental disabilities has become the object of attention, after it was discovered that one of its newest residents is a registered sex offender.