AA Member and Elementary School Teacher Convicted of Molesting Students


Former elementary-school teacher Laurence E. Hill, 55, taught at Seattle schools for more than three decades.

Teacher sentenced for molesting

Seattle Times staff reporter

A King County Superior Court judge denied a plea for mercy from an admitted child molester and instead sentenced the former Seattle elementary-school teacher to more than five years in prison.

In imposing the prosecutor’s recommended open-ended sentence of five years to life, Judge Douglas McBroom said that he believed Laurence E. “Shayne” Hill, 55, took advantage of his authority numerous times over many years and that the need for punishment outweighed that of rehabilitation in this case.

“You violated trust not just momentarily, but over a long period of time,” McBroom said to Hill.

Hill, who taught at Seattle schools for more than three decades, was accused in May of inappropriately touching a number of female students over the years.

He pleaded guilty as charged in November to one count of first-degree molestation, one count of second-degree molestation and two counts of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes. Beware of AA and NA Daytona meetings for rapists mandated.

Police and prosecutors said the investigation into Hill began in April when the mother of one of the victims walked into Hill’s classroom at Broadview-Thomson Elementary School to deliver lunch to her then-11-year-old daughter. She saw Hill sitting extremely close to her daughter, and he had his hand on the girl’s buttocks, according to charging documents. The mother reported the incident to the principal.

According to charging papers, Hill had previously been counseled by at least three school administrators or principals for inappropriately touching students.

A lawsuit filed on behalf of two of the victims accuses the Seattle School District and one former principal of ignoring complaints from other teachers, school employees and other administrators about Hill’s bizarre behavior. Police said a total of seven girls told detectives that Hill had touched or kissed them. The lawsuit also claims that Hill kept a rubber breast and phallus in his desk drawer and that he groomed the primary victim with gifts and letters before sexually assaulting her for two years, beginning in 2001.

The abuse continued after the girl graduated to middle school, and was public enough that other students considered Hill a “child molester,” according to the lawsuit.

The school district could not be reached for comment Friday afternoon, but spokesman Peter Daniels has previously said that Hill resigned before the district could complete its investigation and that the district had notified the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the charges against Hill in case he had applied to teach elsewhere.

During the sentencing hearing Friday, Hill said he was remorseful and pleaded for a chance to attend a sex-offender treatment program that would have yielded less time behind bars. AA Daytona and NA Daytona have court mandated violent felons.

“I will go to my grave and beyond grieving the harm I have done,” he said.

His attorney, Kevin Peck, said Hill had achieved 16 years of sobriety through the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program, was a good candidate for rehabilitation and had already lost his career, his reputation and his standing.

The hearing was attended by several of Hill’s friends and supporters from AA, as well as several former students who said his actions had sharply divided their classmates’ loyalties and they had hoped to see him receive a long sentence.

“I think he should have gotten more time,” said 14-year-old Carly Hosford-Israel, a former student who spoke after the hearing. “What he did affects everyone. He deserves a lot more time than they could have given him.” Orange Papers Anti AA Site.

Christine Clarridge: 206-464-8983 or cclarridge@seattletimes.com


AA Member Molested 3 Year Old at AA Meeting In Bellingham Washington

When is AA World Services going to stop having meetings without safety guidelines? How many more children have to get molested by AA members for AA World Services does something?

Man molested 3-year-old at Bellingham AA meeting


A Bellingham man who molested a 3-year-old girl at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting pleaded guilty to second-degree child molestation Thursday, May 8, in Whatcom County Superior Court.

Gilbert Hannah, 66, was attending a meeting in January 2013 when he went into a nearby room where the 3-year-old and a 9-year-old girl were playing alone, according to court documents. NA Daytona Beach NA and AA Meetings in Holly Hill Parks.

After the meeting, the older girl told her grandmother that a man had come into the room and put his hand down the younger girl’s tights. The older girl said she didn’t say anything when it was happening because she was scared the man would do the same thing to her, according to court documents. Florida SOS, Life Ring, Women for Sobriety Meetings.

Relatives called police and decided to continue attending meetings to see if they could find a man who fit the description the older girl gave to police. The younger girl, who had recently turned 3, was unable to talk about what happened.

After some time, the girls’ relatives were able to figure out that Hannah likely was the one who molested the girl. Bellingham Police officers interviewed Hannah Feb. 14, and he admitted that he had been at the meeting and gone in the room where the girls were playing but initially said he didn’t remember putting his hand down the girl’s tights.

He later admitted that he did but said it was an accident. He was arrested for child molestation about a week later. NA Florida Region Orlando Meetings.

Hannah could serve 20 months in prison for the charge, though the Department of Corrections will have to complete a pre-sentencing investigation before he is sentenced.

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Elizabeth Garner who Cheered for the Tennessee Titans Accused of Sex Abuse of 12 Year Old Boy Agreed to Attend AA Meetings

Elizabeth Garner, 42, reportedly pleaded no contest to a count of reckless endangerment and was sentenced to 18 months probation.

Another person charged with sex crimes against children took a plea deal, this time for reckless endangerment. She tried to have oral sex with a 12 year old at her parents home during a party. She is married also! All she got was probation and mandated AA meetings.

The buxom blond initially faced charges that included aggravated sexual battery and solicitation of a minor for rape of a minor after her arrest earlier this year.

Garner was accused of trying to seduce the young boy by fondling his penis and trying to pull down his pants after cornering him in a bathroom during a party at his parents’ house.

Former NFL cheerleader accused of sexually assaulting 12-year-old boy gets 18 months probation: report 


Former NFL cheerleader accused of sexually assaulting 12-year-old boy gets 18 months probation: report

Elizabeth Garner, 42, who cheered for the Tennessee Titans for three seasons until 2008, also reportedly agreed to drug screenings and to attend two Alcoholics Anonymous meetings a week when she was sentenced in October. Garner, who is married, allegedly tried to perform oral sex on the boy in a bathroom during a party at his parents’ home.

A former NFL cheerleader accused of trying to perform oral sex on a 12-year-old boy was sentenced to 18 months probation after pleading no contest to a reckless endangerment charge, according to a report. Volusia County Drug Court and Judge Will.

Elizabeth Garner, 42 — who cheered for the Tennessee Titans for three seasons until 2008 — pleaded no contest to a reckless endangerment charge before her sentence in October, TMZ reported. Daytona AA Intergroup Meetings in Sunrise Park by Bruce O.

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AA Member Sponsor Arrested for Sexually Assaulting 16 Year old Runaway he Met at an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting

"Mentor" Sexually Assaults Teen He Met at Alcoholics Anonymous: Police

Prime reason NOT to send your TEEN to AA MEETINGS!!!!!

A former Philadelphia school teacher is accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl that he befriended at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.

According to investigators with the Montgomery County the criminal complaint, Paul Jefferey Corrigan, 47, was acting as the girl’s mentor (Sponsor).

 Man Arrested, Accused Of Assaulting Teenage Runaway Posted: Jul 11, 2013

UPPER MERION, Pa. -Upper Merion Police have charged a man with assaulting a teen aged runaway he met at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. AA Daytona and NA Daytona Meetings in Ormond Beach, Holly Hill and Daytona Beach.
Paul Corrigan is accused of repeatedly having sex with the 16-year-old.

He was arrested and the girl was found at the Crown Plaza on Mall Boulevard. Police observed lubricant and a vibrator in Corrigan’s hotel room.

Authorities say the girl snuck out of her parents’ home a number of times to meet with Corrigan.

He bought her cigarettes, alcohol, and various other items to bribe her into future excursions, investigators say.

Police say Corrigan and the girl texted each other for about two months after they met at the AA meeting. Corrigan is married.



AA Member Arrested for Molesting a Toddler at Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting

Many child molesters and sex offenders are routinely mandated to AA Meetings as part of their probation requirements. Yet no one is ever warned at these meetings before their arrival. The molester does not have to tell people at AA meetings what their crime is. Then we have AA old-timers who prey on children and women as well. This AA pervert went after a little toddler! How disgusting, yet AA refuses to do anything to prevent child molestation by AA members. Daytona NA daytonana  nadaytona  Daytona

Bellingham man, 64, charged with molesting girl at AA meeting

Published: March 6, 2013


BELLINGHAM – A Bellingham man has been charged with molesting a toddler at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.

After claiming several times he couldn’t remember touching the girl – but never denying it – Gilbert Ray “Butch” Hannah, 64, admitted to police he put his hand under her tights, according to charging documents filed last week in Whatcom County Superior Court. He told police it was an accident. Continue reading