By Chris Spargo For Dailymail. An Oregon man who made headlines back in when he was arrested and for impersonating a doctor is back behind bars. Lucas Orlin Ebert, 28, was sentenced for 17 years in prison earlier this week after entering a guilty plea to a number of charges including: aggravated theft in the first degree, contracting without a valid license, identity theft, witness tampering, using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct, four counts of sexual abuse in the first degree and one count of invasion of privacy in the first degree. A majority of those charges stem from his abuse of the year-old woman he was dating and a 9-year-old girl who was briefly living in his home while her father was in jail. Lucas Orlin Ebert, 28, was sentenced for 17 years in prison earlier this week after entering a guilty plea to a number of charges including sex abuse of a child left in after being arrested for impersonating a physician, right in after swindling his grandmother. He filmed himself spanking a girl, 9, who was living with him while her father was in prison left in after writing bad checks, right in on current charges. The theft charge meanwhile stems from money he stole from a woman he conned into thinking was his girlfriend.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics strengthened its advice against corporal punishment in update guidelines, saying it makes kids more aggressive and raises the risk of mental health issues. We can do better. Today, AmerAcadPeds put out a new policy against spanking. Spanking and harsh words are harmful and don't work. Verbal abuse and humiliation is also counterproductive, the pediatrics group said. Americans still strongly believe in beating, spanking or paddling children, both at home and in school. One group studied parents in their home and found most parents did give kids a verbal warning before physically striking out. But they did not wait long.
The parents from Salmon Arm, B. They are also prohibited from doling out corporal punishment to any minors in their care, and both the mother and father will be required to provide a DNA sample. The trial heard that the mother and father spanked their year-old daughter after they discovered she sent nude photographs of herself to a young man over the Internet. The father testified that he had "no clue" that corporal punishment is illegal and that he was breaking the law when he spanked his daughter. In a Jan. I want them to be able to help out in the school and community," she wrote.