A Kansas Metropolis Police Division detective and three different individuals are going through life in jail after a federal grand jury indicted them on costs of conspiring to carry younger girls in a situation of involuntary sexual servitude, amongst different crimes.
Prosecutors allege former detective Roger Golubski, Cecil Brooks, LeMark Roberson and Richard Robinson had been all concerned within the prison actions, which lasted from 1996 to 1998, in line with an announcement of the grand jury indictment by the Division of Justice on Monday. Brooks allegedly supplied a location at an residence constructing in Kansas Metropolis the place younger girls had been held.
Brooks, Roberson and Robinson all allegedly used bodily beatings, sexual assault and threats to compel the younger girls to offer sexual providers to males.
The detective Golubski, now 69, allegedly accepted cash from Brooks, supplied safety from legislation enforcement, and forcibly raped a younger lady whose identification was not revealed.
All 4 males are charged with conspiracy to carry the ladies in a situation of involuntary sexual servitude. The second rely costs Brooks, Robinson and Roberson with holding a younger lady in a situation of involuntary servitude and forcing her to offer sexual providers to Roberson. The third rely costs Brooks, Roberson and Golubski with holding a distinct younger lady in a situation of involuntary servitude and forcing her to offer sexual providers to grownup males, together with the three of them.
Every of the 4 males faces a most sentence of life in jail if convicted.
Golubski, the detective, has additionally been beforehand charged with civil rights violations for allegedly appearing beneath shade of legislation to commit aggravated sexual assaults between 1998 and 2001. He additionally faces a most sentence of life in jail on these costs, in line with a September announcement of the indictment towards him. Golubski has pleaded not responsible to those costs.
Golubski, who retired from the Kansas Metropolis Police Division in 2010, was related to the wrongful imprisonment of Lamonte McIntyre in 1994. On the time of his arrest, McIntyre was 17.
McIntryre’s mom mentioned in an affadavit that Golubski had coerced her into sexual acts and harassed her earlier than her son was convicted based mostly on “contradictory and coerced testimony” and no bodily proof. McIntyre served 23 years in jail earlier than being exonerated and launched in October 2017. Golubski has denied any wrongdoing in that case.