A criminal justice teacher and part-time sheriff’s deputy from Waycross, Georgia is accused of not only having sex with a 16-year-old boy, but also of knowingly exposing that teenager to HIV.
After his arrest in late November, 42-year-old Tracy Wayne Crosby was suspended from his teaching job. He was also fired from his part-time gig at the Pierce County Sheriff’s department, where he worked as an investigator.
Jail records indicate that Crosby is being charged with reckless conduct for allegedly knowingly exposing someone to HIV, which is a felony. In addition, he is being slammed with a misdemeanor charge of sodomy.
It is unclear if he currently has a lawyer who can speak on his behalf.
The victim’s mother actually caught her son and Crosby in the act. According to News4Jax, suspicious after her son didn’t explain where he was going, she tailed him and followed him to a park. It was
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After four decades, James “Jimmie” Byron Haakenson has been identified as one of the 33 men murdered by serial killer John Wayne Gacy. The Minnesota victim went missing when he was 16 years old.
“He had so much life ahead,” his older sister, Lorie Sisterman told the Star Tribune. “But he didn’t get to do that — have fun, get married — because of this awful man. It’s so sad.”
The Cook County Sheriff’s Office in Illinois announced Wednesday that Haakenson was identified as one of the serial killer’s victims. Another seven victims remain unidentified.
Haakenson left Minnesota summer of 1976. He called his mom on Aug. 5, 1976, telling her he was in Chicago. He was never heard from again.
“My brother has been missing for so long, and it’s so nice to know that we’ve found our brother now, even though now it’s not good,” Sisterman told the Chicago Tribune.
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