Sunday, December 16, 2007

Rabbi David Alan Stein indicted on sex charges

David Alan Stein, 35, faces eight counts of having sex with a student, records show.
Rabbi is indicted on sex charges
By Jennifer Fernandez
News Record
Saturday, Dec. 15, 2007 3:00 am

Link David Alan Stein, 35, faces eight counts of having sex with a student, records show.

GREENSBORO — A rabbi accused of having sex with a student at American Hebrew Academy was indicted this week.

The grand jury also returned murder indictments against three men in two separate homicides and against a woman accused of killing one person and injuring five others in a DWI crash during Labor Day weekend.

David Alan Stein, 35, faces eight counts of having sex with a student, records show. He was the school's director of campus life.

Police have said the incidents, which involved a 16-year-old male student, took place on campus sometime during the 2006-07 school year.

The co-ed boarding school serves 135 high school students and employs 80 people, school officials have said. Students come from all over the world to attend the academy, which combines college preparatory and Jewish studies.

The school is on a 100-acre campus off Hobbs Road in northwest Guilford County.

Also indicted were:
* Aviance Marquita McCollum, 28, of 1907 Oak St., on a charge of felony death by motor vehicle and five counts of felony serious injury by motor vehicle. She is accused of killing Latoya Marquita Simmons and injuring five others Sept. 2 while driving while impaired on Interstate 40/85, records show.

McCollum, who was carrying six children in her car, had slammed into the median. Simmons, 23, and another woman had stopped their van to help after seeing children trying to get out of the car, reports show. The van was still in the left lane of the interstate when it was struck by another vehicle. The impact knocked Simmons into the path of traffic.

* Clarence Nelson Stone, 50, of 3753 Safenight Road, Climax, on a charge of first-degree murder. Stone is accused of killing Denise Ball Collins, 46, on Sept. 12.

Collins' body was found along East Sheraton Road near the Woodlake mobile home park near Pleasant Garden.

* Pedro Louise Sanchez, 16, of 824 Reid St., on a charge of first-degree murder. He was indicted in connection with the Sept. 24 death of Karl Lamont Mark. Sanchez's alleged role has not been explained in court or police documents.

* Donny Troy Mosley, 22, of 2300 Apache St., Apt. A, on a charge of first-degree murder. Mosley's charge also stems from Mark's death. He is accused of shooting and killing the 28-year-old man.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Prosecutors to charge Moshe Katsav's brother with sexual harassment

By Yuval Yoaz, Haaretz Correspondent

State prosecutors are planning on indicting Lior Katsav, brother of former president Moshe Katsav, on charges that he offered to secure a woman a job at the Kiryat Malachi City Hall in exchange for sexual favors.

The incident is alleged to have taken place in 2000, while Katsav was serving as mayor of Kiryat Malachi.

Around six months ago, a separate complaint was issued against Katsav by a migrant worker who said that he sexually harassed her.

Charges associated with a separate complaint of sexual harassment were closed due to a lack of evidence.

Katsav's attorney's have argued that their client was not given a proper hearing as required by law, and have vowed to fight the charges against him.

Katsav's brother Moshe served as president of Israel from July 2000 until a series of sexual harassment charges forced him to resign from office in July 2007.

December 17, 2007 12:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YOB is Yeshiva of Brooklyn led by Rabbi Shlomo Mandel

The police made a trip down to YOB in September 2006 and also the beginning of this year. Their investigation has been three-fold. They have received several complaints and accusations of.

a) Rabbi Yehudah Nussbaum sexually and physically abusing kids.

b) a Pre-1a Rebbe punishing students by hitting them.

c) ongoing physical abuse and corporal punishment by the YOB administration against students in the boys and girls devision.

Rabbi Arem of YOB was in touch with some Parents urging them to say there was no abuse whatsoever. There is more information which I cannot divulge at this time.

December 15, 2007

December 17, 2007 1:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any update on the Modrowitz extradition? Has it happened to date?

December 17, 2007 12:56 PM  
Anonymous Vicki Polin said...

I was told the process in Israel can take up to two to three years. They are basing this on another case.

I can't remember if Stephen Colmer is back in the US yet? I remember back in November the courts decided to send him back to the USA, yet I don't remember if he's back in NY yet?

Rabbi Dr. Alan Horowitz was extradited fairly quickly once the courts in India agreed to send him back to the US. If I remember correctly once he was located it took about six months?

I believe the same was true in the case of Richard "Steve" Goldberg, who was extradited from Canada back in May of this year.

Unfortunately, with the case of Mordechai Gafni. He's still hanging out in Salt Lake City, UT with the Buddhist community. Due to complications with the case, he most likely will never be extradited back to Israel to stand trial on his more recent offenses.

December 18, 2007 7:38 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home