Prescott Valley police detained two young men, an 18-year-old and a 22-year-old, on misdemeanor crimes related to the use of drugs. In addition to the drug charges, police also say that they discovered evidence of other criminal activity. In the course of the investigation that originally was drug-related, police and prosecutors also filed multiple counts of theft and receiving stolen property.
It is not uncommon for a teenager to get into a little trouble at some point. However, when things escalate from skipping school to more serious crimes, you might find yourself dealing with the juvenile criminal justice system in Prescott Valley. While you might be familiar with how the criminal justice system works for adults, it is quite different when it comes to juveniles.
Simply put, sexting is when one person, usually via instant message or other electronic media, sends a sexually explicit image of himself or herself to at least one other person, usually a boyfriend or girlfriend.
While the news media, quite correctly, will often remind the residents of Prescott Valley, Arizona, about how traumatic it is to be a victim of sexual assault, it is also traumatic to be the victim of a false accusation of rape or sexual misconduct.
As happens often with professionals who work closely with families and children, an Arizona pastor finds himself faced with additional accusations of molestation and other crimes involving the sexual abuse of children.