Christian Averill

“In that case, the female student was leaving the bathroom in a residential hall when a young man whom she had never seen before approached her. She told police the man grabbed her arms, lodged some type of weapon against her neck and pushed her back into the bathroom, where he raped her.”


The Associated Press (June 1, 2002). Man accused of Bates College rape charged in 2nd sexual assault case. (Archive)

David Steinebach

“A 33-year-old man was charged Thursday with hiding a video camera in the unisex restroom of a downtown bakery and linking it to a television monitor in another portion of the building where he worked.”

“David Steinebach is charged with surreptitious observation, a misdemeanor.”

Staff Reports (October 17, 2002). Montana Digest. (Archive)

Business: Sweet Flours Bake Shoppe

Bob Ingram Recalls The Early Years Of The University Of Washington Police

“Another strange one was the transvestite dressed in women’s clothing who haunted women’s restrooms. He had a homemade periscope, which he used to peer under the partition at the woman in the next booth. We also had the weird fireman who managed to get into the walk space behind the women’s johns in the “Hec” Ed Building. His plan was to take photographs of the women through a small ventilator screen on the back wall.”

Captain Steven H. Robingson (Ret., David Wilma (September 26, 2002). Bob Ingram recalls the early years of the University of Washington Police. (Archive)

Kreg M. Peterson

“A teacher with the Special Education District of Lake County has been placed on administrative leave after police filed criminal charges against him this week for allegedly hiding a wireless video camera in the ceiling of a faculty bathroom at a Barrington elementary school last year.”

Jerry Lawrence (May 25, 2002). Teacher charged in hidden-camera case. (Archive)

Virginia Park Now Taken Over By Gay Sex

“Men meet for anonymous sex in public places across the United States, and such activity has been happening for at least 15 years in Virginia. One homosexual-oriented Web site lists locations by state where men seek public sex. The 22 locations listed in Virginia include department-store bathrooms, parks and rest stops. Authorities targeted Conway Robinson after a Boy Scout troop in March found men engaged in sexual activity.”

The Washington Times (September 30, 2002). Virginia Park Now Taken Over By Gay Sex. (Archive)

Brian Frisbie

Jonathan D. Silver (December 25, 2002). 2 charged after football quarrel leads to killing at Dormont diner. (Archive)

Dustin Garger

Jonathan D. Silver (December 25, 2002). 2 charged after football quarrel leads to killing at Dormont diner. (Archive)

Kirby Puckett

Staff Reports (October 18, 2002). Kirby Puckett Charged With Sexual Assault. (Archive)

18 Men Arrested In Sex Sweep

Stephanie Hoops (November 2, 2002). Half of men arrested on sex charges have pleaded guilty. (Archive)[1].

Stephanie Hoops (November 2, 2002). 18 Men Arrested In Sex Sweep. (Archive)

Notable Quote: “Initially we did not name these men because we don’t normally name people charged with these misdemeanor offenses. However, we underestimated the degree of public interest in this case,” said Tuscaloosa News Executive Editor Douglas Ray.[1].


Eugene Haynes Crawford, 72
William Stanley England, 45
Thomas Christopher Kynard, 31
Danny Newton Posey, 45
Randy Ray Robertson, 33
Sammy William Waters, 43
Jackie Wilson, 48
Roland Haley Bowers, 70
William Douglas Wycoff, 49
William Terence Davis, 38
William Carl McDonald, 76
Ronnie Miller, 46
Larry Eugene Patton, age unknown
Ronald Preston Rohrer, 43
Sean Stefan Rubio, 33

Robert Allen

“Robert Allen, a Kerman Unified School District official and Selma City Council member, and 29 others were booked on suspicion of sexual battery and performing lewd acts in Roeding Park bathrooms Tuesday.”

Times Wire Reports (October 03, 2002). 30 Arrested for Alleged Sex Acts in Parks. (Archive)