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Sickos for Children
January 17, 2012 permalink
Today's article from West Virginia looks into the soul of a man who calls the child-abuse hotline. On the same topic, read the story of CAS volunteer Amanda for insight into the kind of person (Laura) who thrives on child protection work.
State Police: Marion County Man Makes False Child Abuse Claims
The state police have arrested a Marion County man accused of falsely reporting multiple child abuse incidents.
Fred Spadafore, 52, is charged with three counts of falsely reporting an emergency incident and two counts of false information to a trooper.
Spadafore made multiple child abuse reports through a child abuse hotline, according to authorities.
Spadafore said there was a 14-year-old girl who was being sexually abused by her adoptive parents in Rivesville, according to investigators.
Sergeant Adam Scott said authorities and Child Protective Services went to Rivesville to find the family in question.
Scott said they learned that the child abuse claims were false. He said Spadafore admitted to calling the hotline so he could so he could sexually pleasure himself.
Spadafore is in the North Central Regional Jail awaiting arraignment.
To report a child abuse claim, call Sergeant Scott at 304-367-2701.
Source: WBOY Clarksburg, Morgantown