Monday, September 29, 2014

Black Serial-Rapist (Child Rapist!)/Violent Crime Machine and Future Serial Killer, Dechavien Jabbar Parks, 24, Sentenced to Only 27 Years in Prison for Newest Rape and 2 Attempted Murder Convictions; Perp Asked for Leniency, So He Could be There for His Young Daughter; He Had “a Difficult Childhood,” and Made a “Mistake”; He Showed His Victims No Leniency


Dechavien Parks (MCSO)

By A Reader from the Pacific Northwest

Yet another (does it ever end), black man in an attempted rape, fortunately thwarted but he nearly shot two women for fighting back. The actual crime happened over a year ago; this is the sentencing after the trial (wheels of justice are slow). This is a local crime, and I don't recall hearing anything about it when it happened, not surprising since the media sometimes outright ignores black crime of this nature. This POS also sexually assaulted a six-year-old girl, he was only 22 years old at the time of this attack and attempted murder so he didn't have a lot of years before this to have committed that child rape crime. He couldn't have spent much time in prison for it, I guess black men and child rape don't merit much jail.
He got sentenced to 27 years and is 24 years old, highly unlikely he'll serve anywhere near the full 27, so he'll be plenty young enough to rape more little girls when he gets out.

His defense lawyers says he had "a difficult childhood" (cue me the violins) but is an intelligent, creative young man (implying it's a waste for him to spend so many years in prison). Let me guess, he's an aspiring rapper, was just ready to turn his life around and god knows the world can't miss out on his "talent."

N.S.: Why do I have the sneaking suspicion that the 18-year-old rape victim and her mother (and possibly the six-year-old) were white?

Man who raped NE Portland teen in home, shot out her car window as she escaped, gets 27 years
By Aimee Green |
September 24, 2014 at 4:25 P.M., updated September 24, 2014 at 4:34 P.M.

A 24-year-old man who crept into the Northeast Portland home of an 18-year-old stranger, ripped out clumps of her hair and raped her -- then shot out the back window of her SUV as she escaped -- was sentenced to 27 years in prison.

Dechavien J. Parks, who was 22 at the time of the June 27, 2013, attack, entered the home through an open door and found the victim sleeping on a couch at about 5 a.m. He yanked a blanket off of her and pulled her by the hair. She ran to her upstairs bedroom, trying to fight him off as he slapped and choked her when she tried to scream.

He raped her before she was able to run to and wake her mother in another room.

She and her mother pushed Parks down the stairway then ran outside and into their car. Parks, however, grabbed onto the car and wouldn’t let go as the victim’s mother tried to pry him off. The victim began to drive and then slammed on the brakes, which caused Parks to tumble off.

Parks shot at the victim -- narrowly missing her head, authorities say -- as she drove past a stop sign near Northeast Sandy Boulevard.

Police found Parks in the area, and the victim identified him as her attacker.

Although the woman didn’t know Parks, he had been to her house earlier that day while she wasn’t home. Parks was friends with a relative of the victim’s, who had access to the house.

During trial in February, Parks didn’t present a substantial defense, calling only one witness. A jury found him guilty of a long list of counts, including attempted aggravated murder and first-degree rape.

Parks was sentenced during two hearings -- one last week and the other Wednesday -- in Multnomah County Circuit Court.

The victim’s mother attended the first hearing. She said her daughter, who did not want to come to the courthouse, has dropped out of school and is depressed all of the time.

Judge Christopher Marshall sentenced Dechavien Parks to 27 years in prison. Aimee Green/The Oregonian

“She wakes up in the morning and all she wants to do is go to sleep,” the mother said.

“I don’t believe that anybody should have to go through what she went through,” the mother continued. “She’s going to have to go through a lifetime of suffering with this.”

Deputy District Attorney Nicole Jergovic asked Judge Christopher Marshall to sentence Parks to more than 40 years.

“The defendant has earned it from this case alone,” Jergovic said, noting the vicious nature of Parks’ most recent crime and a previous conviction for sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl.

“These are some of the most violent crimes that the defendant could have committed against anybody,” Jergovic said. “Clearly at this point he is a serial sexual offender.”

Defense attorney Christian Day asked for 15 years.

Day said Parks had a difficult childhood but was an “intelligent, creative young man."

Parks stood up, turned to the victim’s mother and said he made a mistake.

“I apologize for that,” Parks said. “It’s traumatizing. It’s traumatic.” [Traumatic for whom?]

Parks then turned to the judge and asked for leniency, saying he has a young daughter whom he won’t get to see grow up.

The judge, however, sentenced Parks to 27 years, saying his crimes were "horrific."

“It’s clear we need to have you removed from the community for a very long time,” Marshall said. “It just needs to happen.”

-- Aimee Green


Chicago guy said...

People get sentenced for the crimes they get caught and convicted of. How many crimes has this person committed where he didn't get caught? Generally, criminals like this start out small and as they gain experience they work their way up the ladder to bigger and bolder crimes. How many people along the way have been harmed by this inhuman nightmare?

Anonymous said...

It's likely he'll be paroled around halfway through the full sentence.

David In TN