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Fayetteville man charged with sexually abusing two girls

Posted June 11, 2012

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— The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Fayetteville man accused of sexually abusing two young girls.

Jeffrey Woodrow Walker, 28, of 4038 McKinnon Road, was charged Monday with two counts of statutory rape, one count of sexual offense and two counts of taking indecent liberties with a minor.

He was being held in the Cumberland County jail under a $225,000 secured bond.

Investigators say Walker inappropriately touched two girls, aged 11 and 12, and forced them to engage in sex acts with him.

He is due in court Tuesday afternoon.

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  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 Jun 12, 2012

    This man should be locked up for 60 years. Pray that the girls will be OK and will get some counseling.

  • piene2 Jun 12, 2012

    "A Texas man beat a guy to death after he caught him molesting his daughter. If charges are pressed against the father I bet he's acquitted.
    AestheticStyle"

    It depends where in Texas it is tried, There are some civilized places in Texas.

  • asocha2 Jun 12, 2012

    @ djofraleigh- seriously, spare us the liberal psychobabble. I never knew somebody had to "look" like a monster in order to be one.

  • djofraleigh Jun 12, 2012

    You cannot fix these people. -- comment

    This guy doesn't look like a monster even in his mug shot.

    Other comments:

    ---lock him away!

    ---be put away. You cannot fix these people.

    ---needs life in prison

    ---I would gladly serve time and let my childs father finish raising her

    --- ol' boy would've taken a permanent vacation.

    --- make this type of crime carry severe prison time.

    Imprison forever; kill without a trial; in our responses there is anger. Are those reactions the actions we need to take? Or, are they what we feel like doing just after reading the article?

    People are sexual...and from that lots of things stem. Advertisers know this and utilize it in product sales.

    People are sexual...and those urges manifest themselves in varied preferences, all learned, much by chance and opportunity. We have expectations of sex roles, taboos, but nothing works absolutely to control our urges. People are also violent natured on impulse.

  • asocha2 Jun 12, 2012

    Execute him. Period. Maybe if the death penalty was used more, there would be less violent crime. But noooo, not in NC! Jason Williford brutally rapes and murders Kathy Taft and gets life. This state's criminal justice system is a joke. I'm moving to Texas!

  • djofraleigh Jun 12, 2012

    I let them know about the monsters that live among us and what could possibly happen to us. --- parent

    We tell children "brothers Grimm" stories and big bad wolf stories to scare them, but how much harm do we do to drive into them that 'strangers are bad' or 'people can't be trusted' before we become the person doing our children harm?

    Children shouldn't live live in a jar, imprisoned, but experience the world. What society offers is not ideal.

  • djofraleigh Jun 12, 2012

    If enough parents did this, laws would change. -- comment

    IF enough parents 'revenged by death, or cutting off members, or ears or hands I think this would still happen. We have taboos. We punish for just having pictures of children.

    The best solution does not occur AFTER the crime, but before.

    What are we to do? Stopping a "passion" crime that no one supports (the man-boy org. is an exception) or understands is proving difficult.

    Stopping a precursor to multiple other acts -- Mr. Bation -- was once tried, and failed, and now accepted. How do we get people to recognize their temptations, identify them, seek treatment, and what is the treatment other than seclusion?

    Drinking and driving is similar. Drinking and ______ --- fillin lots of bad things there, and change drinking to other substances.

  • SFSOLDIER Jun 12, 2012

    This guy is a creep and needs to be put away. You cannot fix these people.

  • djofraleigh Jun 12, 2012

    if they were my girls, there would be no opportunity of courts to even see this man - yea i might pull time for it but my girls would know why. -- Judith

    Mom's shouldn't have guns! Seriously, tho, where were the mothers of these two girls? Did they trust this guy? I suspect so. Parents tend to watch over girls closer.

    One solution is to go ahead and imprison males 16 to 39 who & when most crimes originate. Put them on military duty away from the public or something...I'm not serious, but it is a thought.

  • beach2011 Jun 12, 2012

    I agree Truth Hurts - we need to lock him away! Praying the girls get the counseling they will need!

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