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37-year-old Cary man charged with statutory rape

Posted July 13

— A 37-year-old Cary man was arrested Thursday and charged with statutory rape of a child.

John Anton Parulski, of 215 Bald Eagle Lane, was charged with statutory rape of a child by an adult, statutory sex offense with a child by an adult and indecent liberties with a child.

He is being held at the Wake County Detention Center.


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  • Jim Halbert Jul 17, 4:38 p.m.
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    If the justice system was run by internet commenters our nation's population would be a lot lower number.

  • carolinej Jul 14, 6:50 p.m.

    Since the age range of the victim was not stated this could even be him dating a 16 or 17 year old girl and her parents find out they were sexually active. What say you?

  • Rod Runner Jul 14, 3:52 p.m.
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    I imagine criminals not paying victims after being sentenced is because victims usually don't want to be reminded of what happened to them all the time by receiving payments over and over.

    Imagine if you were raped as a child and every month for your whole life you received money from the guy that did it?

    And even if the State paid you after he paid them, you'd still know whose money that was.

  • Kimberly Jones Jul 14, 10:55 a.m.
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    A creeper living in an apartment. Guess he's ended his life here. No excuse for touching a child.

  • Kelly Paris Jul 14, 9:18 a.m.
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    Seems like everytime there is a pedophile case, the person accused always seems to live in Cary.

  • Wayne Hill Jul 14, 8:29 a.m.
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    Clarence, put down the pitchforks and torches. He is ACCUSED. That does not make him guilty. I am sure you can agree that all too often nowadays, the news is inaccurate or FAKE, and people with an "axe to grind," make false accusations. Further: castration, meds and life in jail puts him on the taxpayer's dime. Put him on electronic monitoring and make him work and give part of his earnings to the victim, (not the state as probation now works). if he is not castrated, but monitored, he will be more miserable in being aroused and seeing what he can never obtain.

    But people will argue it is the government, or government selected business who will be monitoring him.

    EBM is the one thing government does well, healthcare and social security not so much.

    Now, all this is predicated on IF he is guilty. The way the justice system is working in concert with angry feminists call me skeptical. Think UVA fraternity and UNC football player.

  • Clarence Drumgoole Jul 14, 7:54 a.m.
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    Castration, put him on meds and life in Jail.