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Jesus Cano former Bethel Elder convicted on five counts; may see prison time of up to seven years for attempting to lure young boys for anal sex.  See further details and pictures at this link,

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Man guilty of trying to lure boys for sex

http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061023/NEWS/610230338  

By Dianna Cahn


Times Herald-Record
October 23, 2006

 

Goshen — A 50-year-old Jehovah's Witness has been found guilty of trying to lure underage boys in Middletown to have anal sex with him and pose for nude photographs.

Jesus Cano was detained by Middletown police on June 24. Cano had been handing out a small packet of papers that included a written note, several pictures of his naked buttocks and a name, phone number and e-mail address.

When the aunt of one of the boys called police, Det. Tom Miller posed as the boy, called the number on the card, and set up a meeting with Cano for later that night. When he arrived at the agreed meeting place, police took Cano in and later arrested him.

Cano was indicted on two felony counts and seven misdemeanor counts, two of which were dismissed by Judge Jeffrey Berry ahead of trial.

During the two-day, non-jury trial, Cano's lawyer John Ingrassia tried to show that there was insufficient evidence to prove Cano planned to go through with his intent to have sex of take naked photographs of a minor.

But Berry ruled today that there was sufficient evidence to find Cano guilty on five of the seven counts against him, including the two felonies.

He will be sentenced on Nov. 27. Assistant District Attorney Melissa Ferraro said she will be asking for the maximum of 2 2/3 to 7 years in prison.

Cano is a Mexican national with a valid visa to reside in the U.S. That visa will be revoked now that he's been convicted of a felony, and he will be deported after he serves his sentence.


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