Alcoholics Anonymous Member Arrested For Stealing From 78 Year Old AA Member

Timothy D. Gilbert ripped off a 78 year old elderly man he met at an Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. He told police he had fallen off the wagon and was doing heroin. Gilbert was already facing theft charges at the time. He was probably attending AA to receive a lighter sentence. Then this poor man gets ripped off.

Man indicted for stealing from senior he met at support group

JAN 20 2012
A Marblehead man already indicted for theft faces additional charges after he’s been accused of stealing from a 78-year-old man he met at an addiction support group.

Timothy D. Gilbert, 41, who’s behind bars at the Ottawa County jail on $50,000 bond, was indicted by a grand jury this week.

Bank employees called police in mid-December when they noticed the elderly victim making unusual withdrawals from his account, according to Port Clinton police reports.

The victim, a 78-year-old widower, told police he met Gilbert at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Gilbert said his father had recently died and left him a large inheritance, but he needed other money to pay legal fees to obtain the inheritance.

Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the widower gave Gilbert $11,000 from two bank accounts, according to police reports.

Gilbert asked the man to make checks out to people with different names, which Gilbert then cashed and kept for himself or paid to others for debts, police said.

When confronted by Det. Sgt. Corbin Carpenter, Gilbert said he was only borrowing the money, but changed his story multiple times to try to explain why.

Later, on the way to the jail, Gilbert told another officer he “fell off the wagon” and was abusing heroin again.

While investigating the case, Carpenter learned from Danbury Township Police that they had handled several calls complaining about Gilbert trying to scam people out of money by telling them he needed help getting his father’s inheritance.

Carpenter also checked to see who Gilbert’s father was, learned he died in 2010 and there was no inheritance.

Gilbert faces a felony charge of theft from an elderly person, for which he could be sentenced up to three years in prison.


 AA Members harass and charge photographer taking footage after woman was shot by court mandated AA member. Photography is not a crime.

Mandating Criminals to AA IS !!!!!!!!!

Here is the YOUTUBE VIDEO taken at scene of the crime where AA Shooting took Place in Baldwin Park.This woman is lucky to be alive.Her unborn child was not so lucky-thanks to Department of Corrections of California.



This is actually the stepfather of the young girl who was convicted of sexually assaulting her.It is an unacceptable practice of mandating sexual offenders to AA/NA where children are often present along with underage teens. Also minors are actively encouraged by AA/NA themselves.They are even going into our high schools trying to expand their base !

Ravenna man jailed sex abuse of girl
  • By Kearney Hub
  • Posted: October 13, 2011 4:00 pm

KEARNEY — A Ravenna man is serving a 9-month jail sentence for sexually assaulting a girl.

The man was also placed on three years’ probation for a second charge of felony-attempted incest of the same girl. The man’s name is being withheld to protect the victim’s identify.

Under his probation, the man must complete intensive outpatient counseling, attend Alcoholic’s Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous three times a week and obtain his GED. Judge John Icenogle sentenced the man last week in Buffalo County District Court.

The man pleaded no contest to the charges in July. Both incidents happened in October 2009 in Ravenna and involved the same girl.

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AA Member Threatens to Shoot Fellow AA Member At Cass City Church

Churches need to ask AA Groups to obtain liability and sexual molestation insurance. Churches are taking on a lot of risk renting to violent felons and sexual predators.
Did AA members tell this man to go off his meds????????????
Be careful what you ask for!

Man sent for psychiatric exam after allegedly pointing gun at A.A. member in Cass City church

By Thomas Gilchrist
Published: Friday, October 07, 2011, 12:12 PM

CARO — A man accused of pointing a loaded revolver at another man at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting inside a Cass City Church will be examined to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trial.

John R. Dillon, 74, of Tuscola County’s Almer Township faces 10 criminal charges in connection with the Sept. 5 incident at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 6820 Main, in Cass City.

Dillon “put a gun in someone’s face and threatened to shoot him,” said Trooper Ruth Osborne of the Michigan State Police post at Caro.

Osborne alleges Dillon also pointed the gun at a man’s back before handing over the weapon to one of the A.A. group members.

It wasn’t immediately clear if the alleged victim was the same person in both incidents. Osborne said she didn’t know the motive for the alleged crimes. She said Cass City Police Department Officer Bill Hartzell had taken Dillon into custody when she arrived to assist at the scene.

Tuscola County District Judge Kim David Glaspie, on Sept. 19, ordered Dillon to undergo psychiatric examination to determine if he is mentally competent and criminally responsible.

No date has been set for a hearing on the evidence against Dillon, who is charged with two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, and if convicted of either charge, would face a maximum sentence of five years in prison.

He also is charged with four counts of possessing a firearm while committing a felony, a charge that carries a mandatory sentence of two years in prison that must be served prior to any other prison time ordered for other convictions.

Dillon also is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, carrying a weapon with unlawful intent, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a controlled substance.

The Saginaw News could not reach Dillon’s lawyer, Caro attorney Timothy M. Turkelson, for comment.

Tuscola County Magistrate Joseph Van Auken set a $100,000 cash bond for Dillon, who hasn’t posted bond and remains in custody.

We Have A Gang Problem In Springfield MO……

Springfield, MO—

Sitting in Dickerson Park, a former gang member reflects on his life and his experiences.

“Gangs are everywhere,” said the man who wants to be known as Jay. “I’ve been shot, I’ve been robbed, I’ve been held for ransom against my will. People try to set me on fire, people shot up my mom’s house before. I’ve done some things myself. And it’s real.”

Born and raised in St. Louis, Jay became involved with the Bloods, a gang that ran drugs, stole property, and even killed.

“I’ve seen a lot of people die unnecessarily,” he said solemnly. “It wouldn’t be no thing to walk to school and walk over a dead body and say, “Oh, there’s another one.” When you grow up a certain way, it’s kind of like embedded in you. You don’t really care about it. It don’t move you as much when you get used to it.”

Jay was groomed by the gang very young and would do whatever the older members told him to do.

“It was like a family outside of family ‘cause they took care of you. I was always a small guy and I grew up an only child. I always wanted that big brother feeling and they gave that to me,” Jay explained.

His job in the gang was to sell drugs. At 16-years-old, he was caught by law enforcement with drugs for the first time. Although he spent time in and out of custody, he said the gang lifestyle was a hard one to leave.

“I was so used to doing it; I didn’t want to leave the lifestyle. ‘Cause the lifestyle can be addictive,” said Jay. “You didn’t want to feel like you were betraying people that loved you.”

Jay finally hit rock bottom when he was back in state custody and realized his family was gone all because of the gang. He said he moved to Springfield to start a new life and to put the Bloods behind him.

read rest of the story-  Jay turned his life around and now runs group meetings.,0,1765350.story



A Connecticut jury found Joshua Komisarjevsky guilty of 17 counts,including the murders of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her daughters Hayley and Michaela Petit, nearly wrapping up the legal end of the horrific 2007 home invasion robbery-gone-wrong in Cheshire, Connecticut. Komisarjevsky now faces the death penalty in sentencing.

Steven Hayes who had already been convicted and was Komisarjevsky accomplice had met at Narcotics Anonymous meetings and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and also stayed at a halfway house together.                                    

Religious Rehab in Florida Sparks Protest About Mandated Florida AA/NA Attendance

The Americans United Sarasota-Manatee Chapter has spoken out against the lack of secular (non-religious) treatment options for inmates at the Sarasota County jail.

We need more people and organizations to stand up and demand separation of church and state. To give inmates and citizens options in the Drug Courts and have probation officers step up to the plate and stop mandating Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. This practice continues in Daytona Beach,Palm Coast the state of Florida not to mention the entire nation.Let’s put in end to this unconstitutional practive now!


Homeowners have had to contend with AA and NA members urinating and littering on their lawns as well as profanity and other abusive language aimed at passersbys!

Members are often transient,attending to fulfill parole obligations. “It has become an unbearable situation” says one local resident.

Killer Gets Unescorted Passes From Prison To Go To Narcotics Anonymous!

Here we have convicted killers let out of jail to go to Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

People need to realize that NA/AA is really an extention of the judicial system. Jails are to be in certain zoning areas.Last I checked playgrounds and parks are not zoned for prisons or substance abuse counseling.

Daytona Beach Florida Transient Wanted On Cocaine Charges

Alberta Pangburn, a transient is wanted for violation of probation for multiple drug related and prostitution charges. Alberta Pangburn is listed as having been arrested over 26 times in Volusia County Florida ! Another example of someone being failed by Narcotics Anonymous of Daytona Beach Fl. The judges including Judge Will need to realize mandated 12 step programs are not working out very well, and is against people’s constitutional right to be forced to attend religious programs.

Update– Alberta Pangburn has been arrested three times since this last bulletin.
That makes for a total of 29 arrests total. It would be nice to see her turn her life around,
but a playground is no place to have court mandated criminals going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings!


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Texas Mom Pleads Guilty In Murder Of 6 Year-Old Son

You never know who might be sitting next to you in an AA meeting.This Texas Mom Juilianne McCrery,42 of Irving Texas, had a felony conviction of a controlled substance -was on 3 years probation in 2004, and 1 year in prison for prostitution in 2009. Typical profile of a AA/NA mandated by the court system while on probation.Many of these offenders are mentally unstable and can snap at any time without proper mental health treatment. Alcoholics Anonymous are not qualified to help these people.Now a child is dead.

Boys Roadside Body

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A Texas woman accused of killing her 6-year-old son in New Hampshire and disposing of his body in rural Maine will plead guilty to killing him, court officials said.

Forty-two-year-old Julianne McCrery is charged with second-degree murder in the death of her son, Camden Hughes.

Her lawyers did not immediately return messages left by The Associated Press. McCrery pleaded not guilty in May and has since waived all other court appearances. A Rockingham Superior Court clerk says no date has been set for her to enter her guilty plea.

The discovery of Camden’s body under a blanket on a dirt road in South Berwick, Maine, on May 14 launched a nationwide effort to identify him. Even as that effort was under way, McCrery called his Irving, Texas, elementary school daily to report him absent.

A medical examiner says Camden died of asphyxiation. The mother and son had stayed in a New Hampshire motel the weekend before his body was discovered.

Texas public records show that McCrery was arrested at least twice on prostitution charges and once for possession with intent to distribute drugs. In 2009, she was sentenced to one year in prison for a misdemeanor conviction of prostitution. In 2004, she was sentenced to three years of probation for a felony conviction of possession of a controlled substance.


Man sent to Alcoholics Anonymous for 90 days for Felony Child Neglect

Raymond Dascott 56, Marathon Florida passed out drunk walking 18 month child in stroller. I am sure he would of been accepted with the poor child at the AA
meetings had he fulfilled that part of his probation.Like the child has not been through enough.
Deputy Colen found 56 year old Raymond Dascott on the ground. In the stroller was a year and a half old child. Also in the stroller: two Keystone Ice beers, still cold.

The deputy woke Dascott, who continued to lay on the ground as he was speaking. Dascott said he was “resting”. He said he’d gone to the Tom Thumb with the child and was returning home to his residence on 24th Street.

The child’s grandmother was located and came to the scene to take charge of the child, who was not harmed during the incident. Dascott was arrested and charged with child neglect.

Sidney Abrams 41,Bradley Blanton 24 Committed Armed Robbbery Apopka Fl

These are very dangerous violent felons that have been through the judicial system for narcotic felony convictions. Narcotics Anonymous did not help these two criminals. One was shot dead by police.How would you like your teenager son or daughter sitting next next to these two in a Orlando or Apopka NA meeting ? NA/AA wont protect them,they instead enable crime against the vulnerable.
A felon who got out of prison in September robbed two people at a convenience store and was shot dead by an Apopka police officer early Saturday, investigators said.

Another felon who police say committed the robbery with him is being held without bail at the Orange County Jail on felony charges, including murder.

Bradley Blanton, 24, of Zellwood, put a gun to a man’s head at 1:30 a.m. outside a Circle K at 803 N. Park Ave., forced him to his knees and stole his wallet, a police report states.

Blanton and Sidney Abrams, 41, took off in a Toyota Tacoma pickup, and police chased them into Zellwood. A female clerk whom the victim had gone to visit saw the robbery and told police the older suspect was driving and urged the younger one to hurry.

The truck crashed at Willow Street and Mohawk Drive, steps from Blanton’s home on Holly Court, and both men ran, police said.

Apopka Officer Steve Harmon chased Blanton into mucky woods.

Harmon fired his Taser at Blanton, but Blanton grabbed the officer’s duty belt and went for the Taser, the report says. As the two struggled, Harmon shot Blanton in the left side of the face, according to the report. The gun used in the robbery, a.357-caliber revolver, was recovered there along with Harmon’s cell phone and the wallet that was stolen.