Police say they’ve identified more victims of man accused of 110 child sex offences, Narok gripped by fear of ‘cult whose aim is to kill, maim’
January 26, 2014 Comments Off on Police say they’ve identified more victims of man accused of 110 child sex offences, Narok gripped by fear of ‘cult whose aim is to kill, maim’
Police say they’ve identified more victims of man accused of 110 child sex offences
January 24th, 2014 TRACY MCLAUGHLIN | QMI AGENCY
ORILLILA, ON — Police say there are eight additional child victims in a sexual assault case that includes accusations of bestiality, conspiracy to kidnap and rape a child, voyeurism and the making of child pornography.
Police have also introduced new allegations that some children were drugged before they were sexually assaulted.
Shayne Lund, 22, of Midland, Ont., has been in custody since October on 110 sex-related charges.
Two female friends of his are also in custody. It is alleged the women helped Lund get access to children between the ages of two and five.
Avery Taylor, 20, is facing 20 charges. Kathryn Thompson, 19, faces 26 charges. Both are from Orillia.
The new allegations against the three accused include administering a noxious substance to children as young as two years old, coercing children to have sex with animals, coercing them to commit voyeurism and videotaping them in sexual acts….
Narok gripped by fear of ‘cult whose aim is to kill, maim Friday, January 24th 2014 By KIPCHUMBA KEMEI
Narok town residents are living in fear of a gang whose apparent mission is to hack to death as many people as it can.
Since September last year when the first attack was reported, the machete wielding gang has killed at least three people. Several others have been permanently maimed.
The gang has been operating day and night unhindered in the densely populated Majengo, Mukuru and other estates in the town’s outskirts, forcing residents to retire to their homes early for fear of being attacked. Some parents have withdrawn their children from school to safeguard them from the gang whose number, mission and mode of operation have puzzled the police and the National Intelligence Service….
Narok County Police Commander Grace Kaikai believes the gang is a cult whose mission is only to kill in for what they have been made to believe. “There are strong indications that it is a cult. The way it operates and the fact that it’s members don’t take anything from their victims lend credence to that. We are working round the clock to identify its members and have them answer for the deaths and injuries,” she says. …