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PEDOPHILE POLICE OFFICER JUNIE STATIE GETS LIGHT SENTENCE IN THE SEXUAL MOLESTATION OF HIS STEP DAUGHTERS

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PHILIPSBURG–Community police officer Juan F.J. Statie (42) was sentenced to six months suspended, on three years’ probation, and 120 hours community service, for having committed illicit sexual acts on two girls who were in his care.

During the Court hearing of this case, which took place on October 1, Youth Prosecutor Karola van Nie had requested a similar prison term but with 140 hours community service.

Statie had proclaimed his innocence and had stated that nothing of a sexual nature had happened between him and his under-aged step-daughter, nor with another girl, also a minor, who was put in the officer’s care by her mother.

The crimes concerning the stepchild, who was born in August 1997, were committed between January 1, 2012, and January 31, 2014. The crimes against the other child, born in 1999, were allegedly committed in July 2013.

The defendant had denied the allegation that he had improperly touched his step-daughter in her room, on several occasions, or had attempted to take the other girl’s clothes off after he found out she had a picture of a naked girl on her phone.

The Court, however, found the victims’ statements “accurate, complete, consistent and elaborate,” as well as supported by other witnesses.

This led the Judge to find the defendant guilty of “border-crossing” and “lecherous” behaviour towards his underage step-daughter and also towards a girl who was put in his care as a community police officer.

Considering the consequences of a conviction of crimes for the defendant’s job as a police officer, the Court sentenced him to do unpaid work for the community in connection with a suspended prison sentence. The defendant has been held in pre-trial detention since February 24.

SOURCE DAILY HERALD

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    • That’s all they give him (smh) if it was a man on the road they would given him 5 years r more but because he a damn police man they give him 120 community service like come on (and to the mother who was dating him she should get some time to in she ass 😠😠

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      • agreed she might be worse than him, and he deserves to be punished, but he won’t even lose his job, i guess he was being paid the whole time, he was not locked up like the police claim, i have him on camera in june on a shopping spree with the very same girlfriend

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  1. Theses are the people put in a position to protect and serve our community and this is what we have to deal with. If a police officer breaks the law that police officer should have the strictest sentence possible because the officer knew fully the limitations the law had set forth and still decided to disobey the rules. If we cannot look up to police officers to adhere to the rules set forth how can they possibly expect the population to follow. Anyone who is a pilar in the community should learn that in order to lead they need to be the example this goes for police officer, politicians and judges alike. It does not matter who you are if you are in a position of power it is your responsibility to lead by example

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