Officer arrested for illegally recording female sex worker at Osaka hotel
An Osaka officer has been taken into custody for illegally recording a female sex worker at an Osaka City hotel.
The 52-year-old officer, stationed in the juvenile division, was apprehended by Osaka Prefectural Police for the incident that allegedly occurred on March 20.
He is accused of using his smartphone to take tosatsu (voyeur) footage of the over 30-year-old victim who was providing him a sex service inside a room of the hotel at the time.
The officer admitted to the accusations, saying. “I wanted to look at [the footage] later,”, after he was arrested on suspicion breaching the Minor Offenses Act.
The woman apprehended the officer and turned him over to police, after she noticed that she was being recorded.
A representative of the Osaka Prefectural Police said, “It is regrettable that a staff member was arrested. Upon confirming the facts, we will deal with [the matter] strictly.”
Japanese school vice principal arrested for illegal recording of female sex worker
The vice principal of an elementary school has been taken into custody in connection with the alleged illegal recording of a female sex worker at a hotel in Ichinomiya City.
Hiroshi Iwai, the vice principal of an elementary school in Gifu City, was apprehended by Aichi Prefectural Police for the incident that occurred on March 21, Sunday.
On that day, at around 3:40 p.m., the 58-year-old allegedly tried to use a camera concealed inside a pen to take tosatsu (voyeur) footage of the victim, 28, while she provided him a sex service inside a room of the love hotel.
Iwai mounted the pen inside his bag, to record the woman.
After the victim noticed that she was being filmed, she contacted an employee at her service. That employee then arrived at the scene and arrested Iwai.
The Ichinomiya Police Station said Iwai admitted to the accusation, after he was arrested on suspicion of breaching a prefectural public nuisance ordinance.
Orem man charged with 2019 murder of his newborn child
A 23-year-old Orem man has been charged with murder in the 2019 death of his newborn son in South Jordan.
Mitchell Aaron Barrows is facing the charge in the death of 6-week-old Adrian Keith Barrows.
According to an autopsy conducted on Oct. 9, 2019, the death was caused by “blunt force trauma to the head inflicted by another person,” the charges state.
According to charging documents, officers were summoned to a South Jordan apartment on Oct. 5, 2019, and found Adrian crying and having difficulty breathing. The child was transported to a local hospital where “it was discovered that (Adrian) had bleeding on the brain.”
Adrian was airlifted o Primary Children’s Hospital where he died from his injuries two days later on Oct. 7.
During a police interview, the child’s mother said Mitchell Barrows was watching the infant in another room when she “all of the sudden heard Adrian screaming. It was like a very unusual scream for him. It sounded different than any other cry I had heard from him. He has never been in pain from the water being too hot or anything like that. I have never heard a pain cry from him, and so it sounded like pain,” she told investigators, according to the charges.
When the mother went to the front room from the bedroom, she said she saw Barrows picking the child up out of baby bouncer and believed Adrian was crying due to a messy diaper.