Most parents want to know why this happened. Why did their teen sexually harm someone else? There is almost never a single reason why a teen engages in illegal sexual behavior. More often such behavior is the result of many factors. Following are the most common reasons. Most adolescents are curious about sex. Some of them will take advantage of an opportunity to find out more—with younger children. The police may charge them, and even arrest them, perhaps at school, and take them into custody and that they may be held in detention and charged as a delinquent, or in some cases, with an adult crime. They also may not know that there are additional legal and other consequences for such behaviors can be devastating to them, the person they offended, as well as their families and friends. Research tells us that all teenagers are immature and impulsive to some degree.
Courtroom disturbance had postponed hearing last week
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Derrick Martre, facing a variety of sex-related charges, was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison for fondling a young girl at a Lima residence in May. Derrick Martre, 27, of Toledo was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison for fondling a young girl in Lima earlier this year. Martre caused a disturbance at his sentencing hearing last week, forcing the hearing to be postponed until Tuesday. According to court records, on or about May 20 of last year Martre was discovered to have made videos with his cell phone of himself touching a 9-year-old girl with whom he was familiar. The incident is alleged to have taken place at a residence on South Metcalf Street in Lima. A warrant was obtained to allow police to further search his phone and the videos of Martre reportedly fondling the young girl were taken into evidence.
In the early s, a therapist named Robert Longo was treating adolescent boys who had committed sex offenses. Their offenses ranged from fondling girls a few years younger than they were to outright rape of young children. As part of their treatment, the boys had to keep journals — which Longo read — in which they detailed their sexual fantasies and logged how frequently they masturbated to those fantasies. I sexually offended against a year-old boy; I made him lick my penis three times. Sex-offender therapy for juveniles was a new field in the s, and Longo, like other therapists, was basing his practices on what he knew: the adult sex-offender-treatment models. Also, research over the past decade has shown that juveniles who commit sex offenses are in several ways very different from adult sex offenders. Juveniles account for about one-quarter of the sex offenses in the U.