Recent sex abuse cases have authorities fearing more victims to -

Recent sex abuse cases have authorities fearing more victims to come

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By KMOV Web Producer By KMOV Web Producer

ST. CHARLES, Mo ( -- Four times in the past eight days the St. Charles prosecutor has handed down new charges on men accused of sexually abusing young girls.

News 4 has learned of two new alarming cases in which police say there could be more victims.
O'Fallon, Missouri police say Cody Bonecutter confessed to sexually abusing his 10-year-old relative.  Court documents state that Bonecutter would wake the girl up in the middle of the night to take her to his room, where he'd first show the girl pornography.

Police fear Bonecutter could have hurt other children.

Wentzville police say another teen -- 17-year-old Jacob Dolson admitted to having several sexual encounters with young girls.  Court records show Dolson had access to the girls his mom babysat.  Police say he sexually assaulted an 8-year-old while his mom was sleeping.

And here's another one:  St. Charles police say Dennis Noack, 54, also gained access to his latest victim through a babysitter.  While his step-daughter watched a 7-year-old girl, police say Noack inappriately touched the girl several times.  It happened three summer's ago, and because Noack is already a convicted sex offender, police are looking for more victims. Court records show Noack told police that, "he knew he was going to spend the rest of his life in prison."

Maybe that's where he'll meet Mohammad Teimoortagh.  Just Wednesday night, News 4 told you about his arrest after police say he showed up at a St. Peters hotel, intent on having sex with a 14-year-old girl.  Police caught him in a sting before he could hurt a child.

Police and child advocates say it's very common for perpetrators to have more than one victim before they're caught, meaning each of these cases could see new charges.

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