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Friday, September 21, 2018

Meth, Child Rape and Prostitution Uncovered Next Door to Oakland Middle School. Charges Filed.

Washington County is plagued with case after case of child rape and grossly unjust sentences because of weak prosecutors and weak MN law (not the judge's fault). See: We have documented dozens of cases in just two years of child rapists who live in Washington County and have victims within the County. Yet no bill has passed to make sex offender law more tough in the last two years. The only author of tougher sex offender bills currently is Representative Matt Grossell who isn't even from Washington County. The only legislators from Washington County who co-sign some of his sex offender bills are Representative Lohmer and Representative Runbeck. So
John McCallum
please contact your legislators, it's the only hope to grow support to pass the bills and slow these crimes. 

Within a stone's throw from Oakland Middle School in Lake Elmo an apparent methamphetamine user and accused pimp of at least one 15 year old child has been uncovered (it appears). You can stand on the school property and see the accused house. The home owner, 37 year old, John Robert McCallum was identified in a criminal complaint last week stemming from a fifteen year old victim who called 911 and reported being raped by McCallum and others. 

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The police officer who arrived on the scene found the victim in a bathroom having cut herself in a suicide attempt. After paramedics arrived and bandaged the wound she told authorities she was "raped multiple times" in the home. The victim said she told John McCallum she was only 15 and he responded that "age is nothing but a number."

McCallum evaded arrest for a couple days before being apprehended in a traffic stop attempting to leave the state. The criminal complaint states he would provide drugs to the victim and in exchange he and others would have sex with the victim. On the day of the 911 call the victim stated she had sex with McCallum and later in the day another man paid him to have sex with the victim. When she said she was not comfortable having sex with more than one person McCallum reportidly responded "this is how you get into prostitution."  The police found evidence in the home consistent with the victim's report including meth, a used condom, and cell phones according to the criminal complaint.

The Washington County Prosecutor is charging McCallum with 3rd degree rape, prostitution of a 13 to 15 year old, and sex trafficking of a minor. Despite the heavy charges the County is in the practice of giving huge plea deals to child predators to avoid trial. The rapists almost always do less than five years in jail and in extremely rare cases, the state's maximum of 10 years of probation and placement on the sex offender registry. To see dozens of examples in the last two years of insane plea deals from Washington County prosecutors see:

In Minnesota, law makers and prosecutors believe child rapists can be "rehabilitated," do not need to be monitored, and can become good members of society. The evidence is the fact no bill has passed to make sex offender law more tough in the last two years. Also, Only several hundred of the over 20,000 convicted rapists in Minnesota are confined in prison. Most only do a couple years and then are released. More information here:

If you hope to see any law change, continue to contact law makers, especially Senator Warren Limmer who has refused to pass the sex offender bills in his key special committee in the Senate. 

It's clear that just because a child rapist is charged or convicted, doesn't mean justice will be served after sentencing if convicted. Therefore, if the punishment for ALL criminal sexual conduct crimes is raised than weak charges and convictions will be stronger. With the raised bar there won't be a thing as an outrageous plea deal to lesser rape charges or a weak sentence.

Tell legislators to also make the sex offender list public like nearly every other State in the County does. All but MN, DC, and Maine have public lists. Maine only has 2,700 sex offenders in their state though. Compared to over 20,000 in MN. 

DOB: 10/30/1980
48 Hour Hold: 1: 48 exp 9-20-18 at 0614 
1.) Engages in Sex Trafficking of Individual-Under 18 years old 609.322.1(a)(4), with reference to: 609.322.1(a)
2.) Prostitution-Engage 13 to 15 Yr Old  609.324.1(b)(1), with reference to: 609.324.1(b)
3.) Criminal Sex Conduct-3rd Degree-Victim 13-15 Actor greater than 24m older 609.344.1(b), with reference to: 609.344.3

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