Olsen, 22, had his initial court appearance on Monday, during which he was charged with three counts of felony second-degree forcible rape, communicating threats, assault on a female and second-degree sex offense stemming from an incident that occurred early Sunday morning at Olsen's apartment in University City.Assistant District Attorney Kristen Northup told the court that Olsen and the alleged victim have been dating.As correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports, Nona had been murdered, beaten to death and left in her blood-spattered living room. Beautiful as she was, Nona was a most unlikely beauty queen. Like almost painfully shy," remembers Nona's friend Adrielle Churchill, who had already won a beauty pageant.As paramedics responded to the 911 call, Kevin called Nona's stepfather, Duane Dipert, who in turn called his wife - and Nona's mother - Carol. Asked what attracted him to Nona, Kevin says, "If I didn't say her looks, I would probably by lying.And of course, kids do anything in their power to break those rules.Breaking rules has consequences if you're caught and one father in Louisville, Kentucky, got creative with punishment when he caught his 5th grader posing on social media as a teenager and with a boyfriend.
“We have been very privileged to have been part of the NI Hospice family and I am so glad that I have been able to raise this money in order to ensure that other families are able to receive the care and support that we as a family have had over the years.Many people are commenting on the photos in support of the father, but some are concerned it might be too embarrassing for a young girl to handle. 15, 2005, the small town of Russellville, Ark., was rocked by the news that 19-year-old college student and aspiring beauty queen Nona Dirksmeyer had been found murdered inside her apartment.“Throughout the past year, I have been overwhelmed by the support received from the entire community and I thank everyone for their continued support.Lots of parents have rules about when their kids can start dating and how those same kids are allowed to use or not use social media.