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    jewplin Moronssouri

    Default Former Sheriff's Office Worker Charged With Sex Crimes Against Foster Children

    Former Sheriff's Office Worker Charged With Sex Crimes Against Foster Children

    By Jordan Aubey, Reporter
    Dec. 8, 2016



    David J. Milligan, former pig now accused by DFS scum of foster-child molestation

    PINEVILLE, MISSOURI - A former McDonald County Sheriff's Office worker says sexual abuse allegations him are false, and he has proof to support his defense. The McDonald County sheriff says the suspect, David Milligan, is no longer employed with the sheriff's office, as of earlier this week. Milligan was arrested on Tuesday. He has since bonded out. Today, he talked to us about his defense.

    MIlligan faces two felonies of sexual abuse from alleged incidents that happened six years ago.

    "As far as I know, the allegations just came to light within the last year or so," says McDonald County Sheriff Mike Hall.

    Hall is going off information from the Newton County Sheriff's Office. McDonald County detectives wanted to avoid potential conflict of interest, and asked Newton County detectives to investigate.

    "I believe we were contacted through the DFS through a hotline," says Hall.

    Investigators say Milligan, who booked inmates into the McDonald County jail, forced two foster children in his home to inappropriately touch each other. Court documents allege Milligan and his wife also forced the foster boy and girl, ages six and four at the time, to have sex with each other, and Milligan and his wife laughed while the sex and inappropriate touching took place.

    Milligan and his wife did not want to be interviewed on camera, but told us the allegations against them are false. They say this is revenge from a former DFS worker.

    According to Milligan and his wife, the children's former foster parents warned about the kids' sexual behavior. Milligan says he put security sensors on the kids' separate bedroom doors, and installed a video monitor outside the bedrooms to prevent anything inappropriate.

    Nonetheless, Milligan says in 2012, two years after the children were placed in his home, DFS took the children away because of sexual abuse allegations. Court documents show the foster kids themselves accused Milligan and his wife of the crimes, while Milligan says social workers coerced everything.

    Milligan says he has plenty of evidence to support his defense. The McDonald County prosecutor has been assigned this case.

    Milligan says he resigned from his job with the McDonald County Sheriff's Office. His next court date is scheduled for January ninth.

    Probable Cause Affidavit made by a lying Newton County Pig upon DFS lies: (pdf)


    The small house in which they lived four years after the DFS took their perverted foster children

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    jewplin Missery

    Default A Tail of Two alleged Molestations

    A Tail of Two alleged Molestations -- jewplin Glob 17 Feb 18 Page A2


    Mount Vernon man accused of sexually abusing young girl

    A Mount Vernon man waived a preliminary hearing Thursday on charges that he sexually abused a girl in Jasper County for seven years, beginning when she was 5 years old.

    Gary A. Thornsbrough, 35, waived the hearing in Jasper County Circuit Court on three counts of first-degree statutory rape and three counts of first-degree statutory sodomy and was ordered bound over for trial by Associate Judge Joe Hensley. The judge set March 7 for the defendant’s initial appearance in a trial division of the court.

    Thornsbrough is accused of sexually abusing the girl between June 2009 and April 2016 at three locations in Jasper County.

    Charge dismissed in sexual abuse case

    NEOSHO, Mo. — The Newton County prosecutor’s office on Friday dismissed a child sexual abuse charge that a Neosho man was facing, citing the difficulties that testifying in court poses for the alleged victim at this time.

    Assistant Prosecutor Kathleen Miller said the charge of first-degree statutory sodomy could be refiled against Timothy T. Wilkins, 25, at some point in the future but was dismissed at a hearing Tuesday in Newton County Circuit Court.

    Wilkins was accused of having sexual contact with a 6-year-old girl almost four years ago in Neosho. Wilkins was 22 at the time of the alleged abuse, according to a probable-cause affidavit. He was charged with the offense in September 2015 following an investigation by the Newton County Sheriff’s Department and the Missouri Department of Social Services.

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