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Two more Wake men charged with sexually abusing teens

Posted July 28, 2012

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— Two more Zebulon men have been accused of sexually abusing two teenage girls.

Zebulon police said Friday that Jason Ulphian Cunningham, 30, of 738 S. Wakefield St., was charged with felony statutory rape of a person more than six years younger, felony third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and misdemeanor providing alcohol to a minor.

Chad Durand Shaw, 20, of 738 S. Wakefield St., was charged with second- and third-degree exploitation of a minor.

Earlier in the week, Saddam Abdul-Galil Algumai, of 310 N. Gill St., was charged Thursday with two counts of second-degree sexual offense and one count of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor.

Police said the men used alcohol and drugs to make the two victims impaired prior to the alleged abuse on July 16 at a Zebulon home. The abuse allegations were reported to authorities the next day.

Arrest warrants state that Algumai took nude pictures of a 15-year-old girl who is mentally incapacitated and engaged in sexual behavior with a 17-year-old mentally disabled girl.

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  • MahnaMahna Aug 7, 2012

    Where did they find two mentally disabled or incapacitated girls? Something just sounds fishy about this.

  • tiblet Aug 6, 2012

    Arrest warrants state that Algumai took nude pictures of a 15-year-old girl who is mentally incapacitated and engaged in sexual behavior with a 17-year-old mentally disabled girl.

    reread the above sentence and then tell me you want to blame the cops for this happening. Stop and think before you post.

  • thinkin out loud Aug 3, 2012

    I don't think cops, crooked or otherwise get payed anymore for arresting people like this.

  • LovemyPirates Jul 30, 2012

    In relation to this charge, it doesn't matter if the girls were walking fully unclothed, down the street in the middle of the night. Adult men had sex with children. They should be prosecuted to the full extend of the law. If the parents need to be charged with neglect, then that should happen, but one doesn't excuse the other.

  • DontVote4LiarsCheatsOrThieves Jul 30, 2012

    SAMCRO4ever - "The real question is...where were these little girl's parents while they were out walking the streets? It's obvious reporters and crooked cops make a real good living off of false accusation."

    Just because their parents were negligent doesn't make what these guys did to them right either.

    All of them, the guys and the parents, should be standing tall in front of a judge explaining things.