Recently, you read about a pair of two Texas football players who were accused of rape. These young men were arrested, although they denied the charges against them. The article spoke about how this kind of arrest and media coverage could actually damage the young men's reputations; that may be true, since the men have been suggested as actually having committed the rapes instead of being suggested as possible suspects.
A man in Texas has been arrested for sexual assault; he's suspected of assaulting a 19-year-old woman from Lincoln, Nebraska. The man, who is from Carrolltown, Texas, was arrested while in Nebraska by the Nebraska City Police Department. He was arrested shortly after the alleged victim reported that she had been sexually assaulted in the morning.
Here's an interesting story about how Google can turn in people for what they look at on the Internet. Google reportedly generated a cyber-tip that was sent to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children recently, and that led to the arrest of a 41-year-old man based in Houston. He had allegedly been in possession of child pornography.
Allegations of sexual assault have been taken very seriously in this case involving two Texas football players. The two men were reportedly involved in rapes that were reported to the campus at the University of Texas. At this time, neither of the men have been convicted of the crimes, so they shouldn't be seen as guilty until proven so.
The police in Texas have been working on a drug operation for more than a year, and it has finally come to an end. The Galveston County Sheriff's Department has announced that it made a full 14 different arrests as a result of the sting. Those arrests were related to narcotics, though the charges did vary. Above and beyond those 14 arrests, there are 10 others against whom charges were leveled.