These next stories are local stories and one of them may ACTUALLY make you sick to your stomach. It’s not only disgusting, but the bitch involved is morally and physically gross as well. What a sick bitch. Seriously, as a warning, this is EXTREMELY brutal
THIS STORY IS WAY SICK…YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED: A woman and two men sexually assaulted young girls while they baby-sat them, police say.The three victims were 7 months, 3 years and 5 years old. Charged with various sex crimes are: Rebecca Sue Russell, 30, John Scott Thomas III, 27, and Billy Joe Bunch Jr., 25, all of Tee Kay Mobile Home Manor off Highway 40 near O’Fallon, Mo. Russell, Thomas and Bunch were being held Thursday at the St. Charles County Jail in lieu of $200,000 cash-only bail. The victims were not related to any of the people charged. Russell is the live-in girlfriend of Thomas, court records show. The abuse took place earlier this year at the baby sitters’ homes, according to court documents. Police were alerted after a hotline call was placed to a state agency. Russell is accused of performing sex acts on all three girls and holding down the 7-month-old while Thomas had sexual intercourse with the infant. Thomas also raped the other two girls and performed other sex acts on them. Bunch had the 5-year-old girl perform a sex act on him, police said. Both Thomas and Bunch confessed to authorities. Cops said the three regularly baby-sat for other people, so there may be more victims.
Charges have been issued against a man believed to be involved in the Arapaho Campground assault over Memorial Day weekend. Joshua Lueken, 32, was charged with second-degree assault, armed criminal action and tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office believes Lueken has retained an attorney, and his bond was set at $75,000. He remains at large. Police say Jeff Pemberton, a Cuba, Missouri man, was nearly beaten to death at Arapaho Camp Ground on Saturday and then left outside a hospital emergency room. The Franklin County Sheriff believes the instigator was the camp’s owner, apparently upset over text messages Pemberton and a 13-year-old camper were exchanging. Pemberton says he and the girl are nothing more than family friends, and detectives confirm that none of the texts were inappropriate. Pemberton said one of the subjects approached him and punched him in the face. He recalled being hit with a pipe and other unknown objects as well. He also said he was kicked in the ribs several times. The victim told police that he was tied to a chair at one point and beaten until he passed out. “Next thing I know I’m getting told ‘stay awake, we’re not done with you. You have a long night ahead of you,’” Pemberton said of the attack. “I was screaming for my life, saying ‘please don’t kill me, please don’t kill me.’”
He recalls hearing someone present during the attack say, “’I never saw anyone get beat that bad without dying.” He also remembers an attacker debating whether to shoot him, or let him go. They let him live. While the crew drove him to the hospital, Pemberton kept dialing 911, hoping someone would come for him. Instead, the 911 operator just kept calling back, asking that if the caller had an emergency to call back, and if not, to lock the keypad to prevent a misdial. Badly beaten and bruised, Pemberton was pushed out in front of the emergency room at Missouri Baptist Hospital in Sullivan. Deputies used video surveillance there to identify the suspects’ car, which they seized back at the campground.
Below is a complete statement taken from the Arapaho Camp Ground Facebook page. The post has since been deleted by Arapaho.
Statement from Arapaho Camp Ground’s Facebook page:
“Just to let all are people know the truth will be out. We were not involved in a beating or anything that involved this event. We are resolving this shortly the 13 year old is pressing charges and the 33 year old will have his day in court. He has been in prison before and is making up what ever he can to not go back as a sex offender. Please be patient and hope the best for the girl and are integrity. We try hard to take care of are customers and look at all of you as friends. The story you are hearing is not true. Thanks Arapaho.”Vodpod videos no longer available.