Fr. Jeremiah M. Spillane
Chaplain at a Catholic high school in Sarasota (Diocese of Venice) when charged in early 1997 with internet solicitation of a 13-year-old boy, who was actually an undercover policeman. Pleaded no contest to charges. Sentenced to two years house arrest and two years probation. Admitted abuse in prior assignments in Mexico. Also worked in Spain and Rome, Italy.
- Tampa Tribune 02.11.97
- Sarasota Herald-Tribune 02.12.97
- Sarasota Herald-Tribune 02.22.97
- Sarasota Herald-Tribune 03.07.97
- Sarasota Herald-Tribune 03.27.97
- Sarasota Herald-Tribune 09.05.97
- St Petersburg Times 11.08.97
- Sarasota Herald-Tribune 12.09.97
- Tampa Tribune 04.22.02
- News Press 10.26.03
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