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Convicted sex offender enrolls as seventh grader

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Orange Hat Bobcat, Feb 1, 2007.

  1. Orange Hat Bobcat

    Orange Hat Bobcat Active Member

    From The NYT:


    In nearby Surprise, where Casey was enrolled as a 12-year-old in a public school for four months, he was regarded as a shy, average student with chronic attendance problems. A man identified as his uncle had registered him, attended curriculum night and e-mailed his teachers about homework assignments.

    Now Casey is in jail, and his former neighbors and classmates have learned the unthinkable: Not only is Casey not Casey — his real name is Neil H. Rodreick II — but he is also a 29-year-old convicted sex offender who kept a youthful appearance with the aid of razors and makeup.

    And the men known as his uncle, grandfather and cousin, who until recently shared a three-bedroom house with him here, were not family at all, but a web of convicted sex offenders and predators, law enforcement officials say, preying in part on one another.

    A retracing of Mr. Rodreick’s tracks over the past several years shows that he is under investigation in three states. The authorities in four jurisdictions say he repeatedly failed to register as a sex offender, housed a large cache of child pornography in his computer and, based on videos found by the police, had sex with at least one boy.
  2. MC Sports Guy

    MC Sports Guy Member

    pretty sure this is a d_b...definitely seen it before
  3. Orange Hat Bobcat

    Orange Hat Bobcat Active Member

    Apologies if it is. I clicked through a few pages worth of threads and didn't find anything.
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