Pediatric Nurse Charged With Molestation of 2-Month-Old Foster Baby in San Diego: FBI

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August 29, 2014 by sirkissa

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Michael Williams Lutts was arrested Aug. 26, 2014, on suspicion of sexually molesting a 2-month-old foster baby in his care. He is shown in a booking photo provided by the FBI.

A pediatric nurse in San Diego allegedly sexually molested a prematurely born 2-month-old foster infant in his care, taking graphic cellphone photos and videos of the abuse, the FBI announced Wednesday.
Michael Williams Lutts was arrested Aug. 26, 2014, on suspicion of sexually molesting a 2-month-old foster baby in his care. He is shown in a booking photo provided by the FBI.

Michael William Lutts, 50, was arrested Tuesday after a search of his home found several hundred child pornography images and videos on computers, hard drives and other media, FBI Special Agency Darrell Foxworth stated in a news release.

A cellphone seized during the search contained evidence of Lutts sexually molesting a 2-month old infant at his home on Tierra Baja Way beginning Aug. 4, the day the foster baby was placed in his custody, according to the FBI.

The graphic images, described in detail in a federal criminal complaint filed against Lutts Wednesday, showed repeated acts of molestation over several weeks “with the baby crying throughout one video.”

I am physically ill. Nepi-sexuals are the worst pedophiles!!!

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One thought on “Pediatric Nurse Charged With Molestation of 2-Month-Old Foster Baby in San Diego: FBI

  1. Dan Murray says:

    69% of Foster Care children have been sexually abused.
    Criminal background checks are done and still you have this problem.
    That’s because less than 5% of child molesters have been convicted.

    The CDC has developed Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Within Youth-serving Organizations: Getting Started on Policies and Procedures to assist youth-serving organizations as they begin to adopt prevention strategies for child sexual abuse.

    This along with psychological tests such as The Diana Screen (developed by Dr. Gene G. Abel) can reduce the risk of placing men and women who present sexual risks to children and teenagers into positions of trust.

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