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Two arrested for improper touching of children

Posted August 10, 2014

Jeovanni Arael Sales-Orozco and James Thomas Davis.

— Two men were arrested over the weekend for separate instances of improper touching of children.

Jeovanni Arael Sales-Orozco, 21, of 1712 Five Points Lane in Fuquay-Varina, was arrested Saturday for breaking into a neighbor’s home and performing indecent liberties on a child, according to an arrest warrant. Sales-Orozco remained in the Wake County jail Sunday under a $65,000 bond. An immigration hold has also been placed on Sales-Orozco.

James Thomas Davis, 69 of 108-A Decker Drive in Fuquay-Varina, was arrested and charged with indecent liberties of a child and first degree sexual offense of a child. He remained in the Wake County jail Sunday under a $800,000 bond.

Both men are scheduled to appear in court Monday.


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  • 678devilish Aug 13, 2014

    Orozco, should be sent back to his country after some time in prison. The old man should see time in prison also. But I am curious as to where the adults and parents in both situation. These things will not occur if you watch your children closely even around family members and friends.

  • jwsawyer Aug 11, 2014

    The judge will find something in his background that will make him feel he should not be hard on this guy. God help our court system.

  • "Screen Name-8/20" Aug 11, 2014

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  • WRAL + GOLO = Bias News Aug 11, 2014

    Even if found guilty or if they were to plea guilty, there will be absurdly light sentences. Neither of the crimes that these guys are accused of, is punishable by life in prison. They should be punishable by death, I wholeheartedly agree, but unfortunately, they are not.

  • "Screen Name-8/20" Aug 11, 2014

    If guilty, there is no penalty or fine large enough to compensate for what they stole from a child.

    As for the immigration hold, absurd - with the way the US handles deportations right now, they'll be back in the states in a week if deported.

    Prayers for the child.

  • Jim Murphy Aug 11, 2014
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    Well that old "innocent until proven guilty" thing sure got left out here. The least you could do is preface your anger with "Assuming he's guilty..."

  • johnnybgood Aug 11, 2014

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    I'm not in law enforcement or the legal profession but, my uneducated guess is what the perp(s) did is why the bond is significantly different. Maybe one involved "pleasuring" himself and the other included penetration. Just a guess.

  • bechdel13 Aug 11, 2014

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    How is receiving the benefit of the 6th amendment rights guaranteed to all people who find themselves in contact with the American system of justice "hiding behind" the Constitution? Just because their alleged crimes were awful and rightfully horrify people doesn't mean we should dismantle the Bill of Rights.

  • PowderedToastMan Aug 11, 2014

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    The constitution has unfortunately become a place for criminals to hide behind.

  • bechdel13 Aug 11, 2014

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    The Constitution guarantees them the right to representation and a fair trial, are you suggesting we do away with jury trials and the concept of innocent until proven guilty?