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Lawyers claimed Epstein is a billionaire, but his current business dealings are mysterious, so it's hard to tell. In a neighborhood of millionaires and billionaires, steps from New York's famous Museum Mile, two initials discreetly adorn the entrance of one of the city's most opulent mansions: J. The letters stand for Jeffrey Epstein, the self-described "collector'' of rich and powerful men, who has been accused of sexually assaulting girls inside the luxurious Manhattan home.
The wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein has tended to stay in the shadows over the course of his mysterious career. Besides a few profiles of the man now facing charges of sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy, along with the trove of court documents that have accompanied him, little is known about Epstein. What is known is very confusing.
Illinois man and registered sex offender Thomas Kronas is now facing criminal charges following his arrest on July 27 for impersonating a police officer. Kronas is accused of conducting a fake traffic stop while driving his personally-owned vehicle that was equipped with flashing red and blue lights. He would later learn the vehicle was driven by an off-duty police officer.
But for a man with many residences, and many high-powered lawyers, registering as a sex offender was not the blanket penalty it might seem. He did register in Florida, where he pleaded guilty to two state felony charges. Epstein pleaded guilty in was 17 — the age of consent in New Mexico — though the girl whose report launched the investigation against him was just
According to a Harris Poll survey commissioned by Chevrolet, more parents with teens worry about their child driving 55 percent more than any other area of parental stress, including drugs and alcohol 52 percentsexual activity 49 percent and academic performance 53 percent. Chevrolet recognizes this top concern for parents and, as a result, in addition to its suite of available active and passive safety features, offers Teen Driver Technology on 10 of its cars, trucks and SUVs. It also gives audible and visual warnings when the vehicle is traveling faster than preset speeds, and allows parents to limit the maximum volume of the radio.
The investigation found some offenders were compliant, but others owned or possessed unregistered vehicles and that violates the law. Other offenders violated the law by not registering their home address, employment, internet identifiers or social media accounts. We also monitor whether or not they remain compliant with the law.
Thomas Kronas, 43, allegedly used flashing red lights to stop a vehicle in the area of Riverside Road, east of Argyle Road, in rural Boone County. The driver of the stopped vehicle was an off-duty police officer. Kronas promptly left the area, but was later arrested at his home by Boone County deputies. His vehicle, Chevrolet Tahoe resembling a police vehicle, was also seized.
Once upon a time, America's youth were in trouble--or so ABC wanted us to believe. From tothe network's Afterschool Special series tackled a range of problems plaguing young people, including discrimination, disabilities, drinking, dating, drugs, death, and the 's scariest "D-word", divorce. But a recent Harris Poll shows that, nearly 20 years after the last Afterschool Special aired oddly, one about survivalismthere's something new to worry about: teen driving.