Wolcottville couple accused of child molestation in LaGrange County Jail

first_img Pinterest Google+ Twitter By Jon Zimney – May 22, 2020 2 611 Pinterest Facebook Google+ WhatsApp IndianaLocalNews (Photos supplied/LaGrange County Jail) On Tuesday May 19th, the Indiana State Police in Fort Wayne received a complaint from the Indiana Department of Child Services regarding alleged sexual activity with a minor.The State Police criminal investigation that immediately followed this complaint revealed evidence that suggested a married Wolcottville couple, Robert M. Hoff, 34, and Mandy J. Hoff, 38, of the 6400 block of County Road 500E, had been engaging in sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl on a regular basis over the last four years.On Wednesday, May 20, after interviewing the couple, and after consultation with the LaGrange County Prosecutor’s Office, Indiana State Police detectives then arrested both Robert and Mandy Hoff on felony child molestation charges. They were transported to the LaGrange County Jail, were they were incarcerated and remain in custody pending an initial hearing on the matter.This is an active ongoing criminal investigation, and no other information will be released at this time.Arrested:Robert M. Hoff, 34, Wolcottville; (2) counts of Child Molestation, Level 1 FelonyMandy J. Hoff, 38, Wolcottville; (2) counts of Child Molestation, Level 1 Felony Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Wolcottville couple accused of child molestation in LaGrange County Jail Previous articleSen. Todd Young to visit South Bend on his RESTART TourNext articleConstruction worker from Knox killed while working on I-94 Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more

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Detailed guide: Northampton: what you can and cannot do

first_imgRequirements for Northampton Greencore factory workers and their households to self-isolate were lifted on 25 September. Those with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection should refer to guidance on self-isolation.,An outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been identified in Northampton associated with the Greencore food production sites. The government and relevant local authorities are acting together to control the spread of the virus.Affected peopleThe restrictions apply to Greencore workers and those in their households if the worker’s main place of work during any time that they worked for Greencore between 7 August and 21 August was at: units A, B, C and D located at the following address: Greencore Northampton, Moulton Park Industrial Estate, 15 to 17 Deer Park Road, Northamptonshire, NN3 6RX unit K located at the following address: Greencore Northampton, Unit 1, Clayfield Close, Moulton Park, Northampton, NN3 6QF the worker took a COVID-19 test between 12 August and 19 August the test was from NHS Test and Trace or Randox Laboratories Ltd the test was positive the worker has self-isolated for a continuous period of 10 days starting on the date they received the positive test result the worker took a COVID-19 test between 7 August and 11 August the test was from NHS Test and Trace or Randox Laboratories Ltd the test was positive the worker self-isolated for a continuous period of 10 days starting on the date the worker received the positive test result the worker has not been present at the above locations between the date they received the positive test result and 21 August EnforcementIf you leave the place where you are self-isolating before the required 10- or 14-day period without reasonable excuse, you are committing an offence and could be fined.The police have the power to direct people to return to or remove them to the place they are self-isolating, and issue Fixed Penalty Notices of £100 to adults.It is an offence to wilfully obstruct a police officer directing a person to return to or removing a person to the place where they are self-isolating, punishable with a fine of £1,000.All offences under these regulations can be tried in a magistrates’ court and can be punished with an unlimited fine. people who are employed directly by Greencore or are agency staff working at the Greencore sites people who work full or part time, including if they also work at other sites or for other companies to seek medical assistance where this is required urgently or on the advice of a medical practitioner (including doctor, dentist or optician) to access veterinary services where this is required urgently or on the advice of a veterinary surgeon to fulfil a legal obligation, including attending court or satisfying bail conditions, or to participate in legal proceedings to avoid injury or to escape a risk of harm on compassionate grounds, including to attend a funeral of a member of your household, a close family member or, if neither a member of the household or family are attending, a friend if there is no other way for them to obtain basic necessities such as food and medical supplies for those in the same household to access critical public services, such as social services to move to a different place for self-isolation where it becomes impracticable to remain at the address where they are self-isolating This includes: The restrictions also do not apply to Greencore workers if all of the following apply: Workers are covered by these restrictions if the main place they undertook work was at either of the sites above during the time they spent working for Greencore between 7 August and 21 August.Workers’ ‘households’ are the people they live with and who share amenities such as the kitchen and/or bathrooms in their home.The restrictions do not apply to Greencore workers if all of the following apply: The restrictions do not apply to the people living with a Greencore worker if the worker moves out of their home and does not return until he or she has completed their continuous period of self-isolation.However, if the worker later lives again with those people, a further continuous 14-day period of self-isolation must then be completed by the worker and all the people they live with. The same applies if the worker temporarily lives with anyone else (either by joining their household, or them joining the worker’s household) – both the worker and all the people they are living with must complete a new continuous period of 14-day self-isolation.RestrictionsSelf-isolation means that the person must remain in isolation from other people or with the people they live with if they isolate together from other people.Any affected person who has tested positive for COVID-19 since 20 August must self-isolate for a continuous period of 10 days from the date of the positive test result.Any affected person who has not tested positive for COVID-19 must self-isolate for a continuous period of 14 days (including any period of self-isolation already undertaken).If a worker or anyone they live with receives a positive test result for COVID-19 before 28 August during their period of self-isolation, that person must self-isolate for 10 days from the date of the positive test result. Anyone else that they live with (who has not tested positive) must self-isolate for 14 days from the date of the household member’s positive test result.Affected people must self-isolate at their home, at the home of a family member or friend, in a hotel, hostel, bed and breakfast accommodation, or other suitable place. If the worker self-isolates in a place where they share amenities with other people, those other people are part of their household and the restriction to self-isolate applies to them as well.If a Greencore worker or anyone they live with receives a positive test result for COVID-19 on or after 28 August, they should follow current government guidance and self-isolate for 10 days, and the people they live with should self-isolate for 14 days, from the date of the positive test.See guidance on staying at home for households with possible or confirmed COVID-19 infection.Workers and household members are allowed to leave self-isolation for any of the essential reasons listed below:last_img read more

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