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According to Safe Wise, Alaska has the nation’s second-highest rate behind Nevada of “romance scams,” during which criminals cajole money from people during quickly formed relationships-- including those online.Alaska’s 2016 cybercrime data from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center lists a total of 50 reported victims from romance and confidence scams; the total losses from those crimes, 4,062, work out to an average loss of ,881 per victim.Susan Jones, with the state Department of Health and Social Services, said in October that one factor in Alaska’s higher gonorrhea rates was an apparent rise in high-risk sexual activities.
I'm not sure why the shooting occurred," said Auburndale Police Deputy Chief Andy Ray. Liverpool Crown Court was told Hawke, of no fixed abode, moved into Sharon's house after just one date, and started controlling the 39-year-old, who suffered from depression and had learning difficulties.Stephan begged her to end the relationship after hearing that Hawke used to "push his sister around."But Sharon told her brother that she was "just desperate to be loved" and stopped speaking to him shortly after.And Stephen, who is a father-of-seven, feared that men were taking advantage of his susceptible younger sister.He said: "I used to check up on her all the time, I was incredibly protective."One day when I was taking her over some shopping, I noticed she was looking brighter, and she told me she'd met someone online."She showed me their messages to one another and I was horrified.
And now Stephan, from Wirral, Merseyside, is determined that his sister's death will not in vain.