A 50-year-old convicted sex offender has been charged in connection with the disappearance of a Trussville woman who vanished after leaving a Lakeview bar.
Fredrick Hampton, of Brighton, is being sought on a charge for abuse of corpse. He is not charged in connection with Paighton Houston’s death, only with actions authorities say he took following her death which in this case would be burying her.
The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office has not yet determined the cause and manner of death. They are awaiting the results of additional testing, including toxicology, before the report is complete. The testing takes four to six weeks.
"What we know is no physical trauma to the body of the victim would have led to her death. We have evidence the victim and the offender were together the night of Dec. 20, 2019,'' said Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chief David Agee in a Thursday press conference.
“We have evidence the victim died the next day at a house on McClain Street in Brighton. We have evidence that after the victim died, her body was disposed of in a criminal manner by Fredrick Hampton.”
The body of the 29-year-old Houston was found Friday, Jan. 3, wrapped in sheets and buried in a shallow grave behind the house at 215 Chapel Drive. That house belongs to relatives of Hampton.
According to Alabama law, a person commits the crime of abuse of a corpse if he or she knowingly treats a human corpse in a way that would “outrage ordinary family sensibilities.” It is a Class C felony.
Hampton was initially held in the Birmingham City Jail on a 48-hour extension on suspicion of kidnapping beginning Saturday, Dec. 28, but was released two days later because investigators did not have enough to charge him with any crime.
Agee said investigators have determined Houston was with Hampton on Dec. 20, 2019 and Dec. 21, 2019. She died on Dec. 21 at a house on McClain Street in Brighton, he said. Asked if Houston was with Hampton willingly and voluntarily, Agee said, “We are saying they were together. There is no evidence there was any force.”
Agee thanked the agencies who helped the sheriff’s office in the investigation, including the Metro Area Crime Center, Trussville police, Hueytown police and Birmingham police. He also thanked Crime Stoppers, which received multiple tips that ultimately led to the recovery of Houston’s remains.
"A lot of evidence came in through Crime Stoppers,'' he said. "The investigators did a great job of following up on that information and tracking down the location of the victim. "
No additional arrests are imminent in the case. "This offender is responsible of this crime, disposing of the corpse in this manner,'' he said. “Additional charges are possible depending on what evidence becomes available.”
He did not say Hampton is believed to be armed and dangerous, just that he is a wanted man.
"We want to get him into custody,'' Agee said. “We would hope he would turn himself in. That would be best for everyone.”
Hampton was previously convicted in 1992 on first-degree rape and first-degree sodomy charges out of Jefferson County. He served 20 years, five months and 26 days in prison before his release on March 22, 2012. He was also charged with kidnapping, but that charge was dismissed.
Details about those March 5, 1991 crimes weren’t immediately available but a sex offender notification states “the offender, along with seven other men, committed rape Rape 1st and Sodomy 1st on an adult female.”
Shortly after the completion of his prison sentence, Hampton was arrested again for failure to provide authorities with his new address, which is required by law for convicted sex offenders. He pleaded guilty to that charge in September 2012 and received a two-year suspended sentence.
Houston vanished Dec. 20. She was last seen at Tin Roof in the 2700 block of Seventh Avenue South. According to Birmingham police, she left the bar about 10:45 p.m. with two heavy-set black males. Sgt. Johnny Williams said it was reported that Houston left the location willingly with the two men.
She had reportedly gone to the Birmingham bar with co-workers. Friends on Facebook said Houston didn’t know the men and that the last text message from her to a coworker – about two hours after she left Tin Roof - stated she didn’t know where she was, and she felt she might be in trouble. She had sent multiple messages to her co-worker, the last one reading, “Idk who im with so if I call please answer. I feel in trouble.” That text was sent at 12:15 a.m. Dec. 21 but not seen by her coworker until nearly two hours later.
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FREDRICK HAMPTON WANTED BOLO
BANKS COUNTY, Ga. A paraprofessional and assistant basketball coach at a Jackson County high school has been arrested and is charged with an improper relationship with a student at the school.
Michael Lee Stanley, 29, of Royston, is charged with four counts of first degree improper sexual contact by an employee of a school. The Banks County Sheriff's Office says Stanley was involved with a female student at East Jackson High School. He's since been released on a $20,000. The investigation is still ongoing.
If your child has had contact with Stanley we urge you to speak with them and contact the Banks County Sheriffs Office immediately.
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Michael Lee Stanley Arrested
Gwinnett County Police distributed the information below regarding a suspect wanted for making inappropriate physical contact with a young girl as she shopped in a clothing store. We're certain her parents would appreciate your assistance in identifying and locating the suspect depicted in this photo. In fact, every parent and law abiding citizen in the county would appreciate any assistance you can offer.
Kudos to this young girl for her quick response to this threat. It's remarkable that she had the presence of mind to snap a pic just after the reported incident. We hope she has the satisfaction of helping to bring closure to her case.
(Lawrenceville, Georgia) The Gwinnett County Police Department Special Victims Unit needs the public’s help in identifying a man who inappropriately touched a 13-year old girl in a local clothing store.
The incident occurred on Wednesday, January 1, at the Burlington Coat Factory at 5900 Sugarloaf Parkway in unincorporated Lawrenceville at around 6pm. The girl eventually told her mother who reported the incident to the store manager. She told the responding officer that the man rubbed his private area against her as she was kneeling down looking at some clothing. According to the girl, the man tried to engage in conversation with her asking her age. The quick-thinking girl used her phone and captured a picture of the man. The man is about 5 feet 6 inches with dark hair. According to the photo, he is wearing a dark blue windbreaker jacket with three white stripes. The jacket has grey lining.
If anyone has any information to share in this case, please contact GCPD detectives at 770-513-5300. To remain anonymous, tipsters should contact Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or visit www.stopcrimeATL.com. Crime Stoppers tipsters can receive a cash reward for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case. Case Number: 20-000201
Gwinnett County Georgia BOLO
UPDATE: 1/14/2020 1200
POLICE HAVE CONFIRMED THAT HARLEY DILLY HAS BEEN FOUND DECEASED. THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AT THIS TIME SAYS THEY DO NOT SUSPECT FOUL PLAY. THE BODY OF HARLEY DILLY WAS LOCATED IN THE HOME ACROSS THE STREET. IT IS BEING REPORTED THAT HARLEY DILLY CLIMBED THE ANTENNA POLE TO THE TOP OF THE CHIMNEY AND ENTERED THE CHIMNEY. HEIS BODY WAS FOUND BETWEEN THE WALL. NO FURTHER DETAILS WILL BE RELEASED AT THIS TIME. WE ASK FOR PRAYERS FOR THIS FAMILY AS THIS IS A VERY DIFFICULT TIME FOR THEM. FLY HIGH IN HEAVEN HARLEY
Update 1/14/2020 0300 a.m.
A number of vehicles are leaving the scene.
All lights have been shut off in the abandon home now. Appears to be a flashlight on inside the abandoned home.
Update 1/14/2020 0255 a.m.
The Chief of Police and Detectives have just exited the Dilly home.
One detective vehicle has left and went to the ally on Fulton
Update 1/14/2020 246 a.m.
The ambulance just left the scene.
There are still a few news reporters on scene.
Fire Chief just arrived back on scene.
3 more people have just exited the Dilly home.
Update 1/14/2020 0236 a.m.
Port Clinton Fire/Rescue truck is pulling out.
Two paramedics have exited the Dilly home. The ambulance is still on scene.
Update 1/14/2020 0233 a.m.
The chief of police just walked into the Dilly house. Only a handful of patrol cars and detectives are left at the scene.
Update 1/14/2020 0225 a.m.
We have a live stream on our Facebook Page facebook.com/baainternational from the abandoned home located across the street from the Dilly house. From what we have observed there were two crime scene vans, an ambulance and a coroner vehicle at the scene. As of 2:26 a.m. there are three people on the front porch of the Dilly house. Paramedics did enter the abandoned home, as well as crime scene investigators and police. We believe the county coroner was also on scene at the abandoned home. Video could not be captured once the van backed up to the home, the ambulance blocked the view from being able to capture any video. At this time the ambulance has left the scene as well so has the two crime scene vans and a few detective vehicles. As of 2:30 a.m. we have not observed anyone being arrested.
PORT CLINTON, Ohio There was a heavy police presence near the home of 14-year-old Harley Dilly Monday night.
Port Clinton police dispatch said investigators searched an unoccupied house on East 5th Street, which is across the street from the Dilly home.
Police said a body was not found inside the house and Harley is still considered missing.
Harley was last seen leaving his house on the morning of Dec. 20. He did not make it to school that day.
Over the past few weeks, the FBI, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the U.S. Marshals Service have aided the Port Clinton Police Department in the investigation. Volunteers also organized a search for the missing teen.
Photos of Harley Dilly (Courtesy: Port Clinton Police Dept.)
Dilly is 4 foot 9 and weighs 100 pounds. He has brown hair and green eyes. He was last seen wearing the maroon coat, gray sweatpants and black tennis shoes.
Anyone with information is urged to call the Port Clinton Police Department at 419-734-3121 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 800-843-5678. A reward is available.
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Harley Dilly Found Deceased Port Clinton Ohio
WILSON HAS BEEN ARRESTED BY THE CLAYTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE. BIKERS AGAINST ABUSE INTERNATIONAL WANTS TO EXTEND THEIR APPRECIATION TO THE CLAYTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE, CLAYTON COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, RIVERDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT, ALL THE CITIZENS WHO CAME TOGETHER AND ALL THE VOLUNTEERS WHO ASSISTED US IN DISTRIBUTING FLYERS TO MATCH A NAME TO HIS FACE AND GET HIM IN CUSTODY.
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JAVARIES DAMON WILSON - IDENTIFIED - WANTED - BOLO -
RIVERDALE GEORGIA BOLO PEEPING TOM IDENTIFIED WANTED - JAVARIES DAMON WILSON -
SHERIFF VICTOR HILL HAS ADVISED THAT THE PEEPING TOM IS JAVARIES DAMON WILSON HE IS DESCRIBED AS A BLACK MALE 5'8" IN HEIGHT WEIGHING 185 POUNDS. A WARRANT HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR HIS ARREST. HE HAS BEEN PLACED ON VICTOR HILLS 10 MOST WANTED LIST AS OF THIS EVENING 11/14/2020. 2004 HRS
A ANONYMOUS TIP IDENTIFIED THE MALE AS WILSON AND A PHOTOGRAPH OF WILSON WAS OBTAINED, COMPARED WITH THE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE AND POSITIVELY IDENTIFIED. WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT BEING IN THE HANDS OF VICTOR HILL AND THE CLAYTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE HE WILL BE IN CUSTODY VERY QUICKLY. BIKERS AGAINST ABUSE INTERNATIONAL HAS THE UTMOST CONFIDENCE IN CLAYTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE.
IF YOU KNOW THE LOCATION OF WILSON OR WHERE HE MAY CURRENTLY BE PLEASE REACH OUT TO THE CLAYTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY. YOU MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS.
THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN TO THE COMMUNITY FOR COMING TOGETHER TO GET THIS PERP OFF THE STREETS. WE WILL UPDATE AS FURTHER INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE.
We have received confirmation that the Riverdale Police Department has been able to confirm the suspects identity. Warrants are being secured and as soon as the details become available for release we will be sharing them. Bikers Against Abuse appreciates the amazing support we received from the community in coming together to help get him identified. We also appreciate Riverdale Police for allowing us to poster up their city with this perps flyer. The community involvement took us by total surprise. It wont be long before we can move this suspect from a BOLO status to our faces of shame page. THANK YOU ALL !
Praying for all the law enforcement that must go out and apprehend this perp that they may be safe and not placed in harms way. That the arrest comes without incident.
BAA handed out 1000 flyers today and spoke to hundreds of citizens. We truly appreciate the community support and the hard work of the Riverdale Police Department in attempting to identify this individual. It is truly strength in numbers that will bring this man to justice.
This is such a serious case to us because if he is peeking into windows it is going to escalate it is just a matter of time before it does. The last thing this community needs is an abduction or a sex crime. Thank you all again for keeping an eye out.
BAA has been distributing flyers in the areas the perpetrator was spotted in. Stores, gas stations and the apartment complexes in the area. If he is not identified by tomorrow we will be organizing a poster party. We will need volunteers to assist in getting the flyers distributed. If you are in the Clayton county Riverdale area please inbox us so we can get a head count of volunteers.
We need to get this guy identified before he commits a more serious crime.
Riverdale Police need your help trying to track down a man caught on camera creeping through people’s backyards.
Several neighbors have made statements they have seen the man along their Clayton County streets.Home surveillance video shows the man peeping into someone’s back window. A backdoor camera captured the suspected peeping Tom trying to cover the camera last Tuesday around 2 a.m.
The occupants of the home had no idea she and her daughter were being watched inside their Riverdale Apartment on Taylor Road. The same night, another woman's camera captured what appears to be the same stranger walk up and move her back-door camera. He was also seen walking in her backyard off Valley Hill Road.
He wasn't done.
The very same night, he is seen going back to the first apartment, but this time the resident was awake. He was peeping in through the window. As he turned toward the camera, the resident yelled at him to get away from her window, and he took off running.
Riverdale police are investigating the cases with the help of the resident clear videos of the man's face. In the meantime, she said she told her neighbors to keep their blinds closed at night.
Anyone with information can call Riverdale police.
Paighton Houston - Alabama - Found Deceased
Paighton Houston was found in a shallow grave in the backyard of a home where investigators from multiple law enforcement agencies worked overnight and today on Chapel Drive in Hueytown. Trussville police late Friday afternoon said the remains have positively been identified as Paighton Houston. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office has not yet released the cause and manner of death. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the Houston family as they begin the grieving process,'' said Trussville Det. Ben Short, who has been assisting in the investigation.Houston’s body was wrapped in some sort of fabric but her body was intact, said Jefferson County Bessemer Cutoff District Attorney Lynneice Washington. Houston vanished Dec. 20. She was last seen at Tin Roof in the 2700 block of Seventh Avenue South in Birmingham’s Lakeview District. The remains were recovered in the “muddy, nasty” back yard of the home, which is not currently occupied. Investigators arrived at the house at 9 a.m. and the transport van left the scene with the remains shortly before 1 p.m. "It just takes time,'' said Washington. “We have to preserve the integrity of the crime scene and the integrity of the body.” The focus of the probe is a house and surrounding property on Chapel Drive at Love Street. Authorities on the scene included Birmingham police homicide officials, Trussville and Hueytown police, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office deputies and K9, the Jefferson County’s Metro Area Crime Center. Hueytown’s Crime Scene Van arrived on the scene shortly after 9:30 a.m. Neighbors say an elderly man once lived at the home, but family members took him out of the house a while back to care for him. Several large white portable tents were on the property where investigators were working. Jefferson County sheriff’s Chief Deputy David Agee said the sheriff’s office is taking over as the lead investigative agency on the discovery of the remains. He emphasized that this is a death investigation that has not yet been deemed a homicide. "Right now we have a lot more questions than answers,'' Agee said, “but we hope to have those answers real soon. We’re gonna work hard and we’re going to find out what happened.” Washington said it’s always a tough situation to recover human remains and today’s investigation is no different. "Somebody is missing from somebody’s family and hopefully once we identify who that person is, they’ll have closure,'' Agee said. “But it’s always a sad occasion when you have a death.” "It’s always hard whenever you find the remains of a person because there are family members attached to those remains,'' Washington said. “Of course the most thing a family would want is to have their missing family member returned to them but we can’t give them that. The only thing we can do at this point is try to give them justice.”
According to Birmingham police, Houston left the bar about 10:45 p.m. with two heavy-set black males. Sgt. Johnny Williams said it was reported that Houston left the location willingly with the two men. She had reportedly gone to the Birmingham bar with co-workers. Friends on Facebook said Houston didn’t know the men and that the last text message from her to a coworker – about two hours after she left Tin Roof - stated she didn’t know where she was, and she felt she might be in trouble. Her mother said that text is “very concerning” and family said she has not used her bank account since she disappeared and said her phone is going straight to voicemail. “Someone knows something, and we have to bring her home,’’ her mother posted on Facebook last week. “Her last message said, "she didn't know these people and she was in trouble. The detectives are working to find her but please help us with any information you get.”
Paighton Laine Houston was last seen Dec. 20 at Tin Roof in the 2700 block of Seventh Avenue South. Gov. Kay Ivey offered a $5,000 reward for information in Houston’s disappearance. Crime Stoppers also offered a $5,000 reward for a total of $10,000. The police presence in Hueytown began about 1:30 p.m. Thursday when investigators received a tip about an ongoing undisclosed investigation. Initially Hueytown police shut down Pinewood Avenue from Johnson Drive to the girls’ softball park but later reopened that roadway and moved to the second location where more than a dozen marked police cars and unmarked vehicles congregated on Chapel Drive beginning shortly before 5:30 p.m. One man Thursday night said investigators asked him if he had a shovel. They temporarily suspended the investigation overnight about 9:30 p.m. but taped off the house and posted Hueytown officers at the scene around-the-clock to preserve the site. They obtained a search warrant for the house and property and set a 9 a.m. meetup time to be back out at the scene.
Hueytown and Birmingham police have declined comment. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
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Heads up Henry County Georgia, Hogansville Georgia, Coweta County, Clayton County, Pike County, Upson County, Fayette County, Spalding County, Butts County, Fulton County, Troup County, Lamar County
A public group has been created by us for his case:
This is by far worse than we thought please please please visit his Facebook page and look at all the events he has done at different schools, skate rinks and venues. If your child has had contact with him; speak with them immediately !
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Update: Bikers Against Abuse will be contacting each and every venue he has been at and demanding they share it on their page and put his flyer up. If they do not comply we will blast them all over this page and our website. Any business or venue not willing to share it with their patrons do not care about your children and they need to be boycotted immediately.
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The Henry County Police Department needs the public’s assistance.
Malcolm Jamal Rhodes who is a well known disc jockey in Henry County is accused of molesting a 15-year-old boy.
The police said there is “a concern of other possible victims.”
The investigation began Nov. 12 into Malcolm Jamal Rhodes, 24. The Hogansville man was taken into custody by Henry County police earlier this month with assistance from the Henry county sheriff’s office, police spokesman Maj. Joey Smith said in a news release Wednesday.
Rhodes, who works as a DJ at local schools, skating rinks and with church youth groups in the area, is charged with child molestation, sexual battery and enticing a child for indecent purposes. A man called police headquarters last week to report that he thought the DJ molested his son inside of their home. “He was doing his due diligence as a concerned father and saw something that was inappropriate or saw some interaction or contact he didn’t approve of and ultimately was concerned,” Smith started. Officers met with the teenager, listened to his story and quickly arrested Rhodes, details of what the child said will not be released at this time. Three of the organizations Rhodes worked with said they severed ties with him once he was arrested.
“We can absolutely prove this case happened and we’re concerned that there’s others out there,” Smith said. “We hope there’s no more victims, but we believe there are, so we’re just asking for help from the public.” Anyone with information is asked to contact Henry County police Detective D. Gray at 770-288-8266.
If you have information about DJ Malcolm and other potential victims contact the Detective on the case, Detective Gray, 770-288-8266, email@example.com
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Where is Jory Worthen - The Hunt for Worthen continues. June 25, 2019 Worthen murdered 20 year old Alyssa Cannon and 4 Year old Braydon Ponder. Bikers Against Abuse International has been working this case since the onset. This family needs closure and we need your help.