The saga of the Brock family has been unfolding like a bad soap opera. One cannot help but wonder what’s going through the mind of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock at this point. A devout member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he’s caught in a very tight spot, putting his faith through a very severe test.

On October 26, 2010,  Fulton Brock’s wife, 48-year-old Susan Brock, was arrested amidst accusations of having sex about 30 times over a three-year period with a teenage boy, starting when the teen was 14. Shortly after that in mid-November, Fulton Brock filed for divorce.

Susan Brock

And now Fulton Brock is shell-shocked with the arrest of Rachel Katherine Brock, Susan Brock’s 21-year-old daughter, on three counts of  “sexual conduct” with the same boy her mother is accused of molesting and at least one count of transmitting obscene material. None of the acts involved intercourse.

Rachel Brock

The statement released by the Chandler Police Department reads: “Rachel Brock committed numerous acts of sexual conduct with a minor and at least one count of furnishing harmful items to a minor. At the time the crimes occurred the victim was under fifteen years of age, classifying them as dangerous crimes against children. The victim in this case is the same child allegedly victimized by Susan Brock.”

Rachel Brock allegedly had sexual trysts with the boy  from February, 2007, to August, 2008 — making her 18 at the time, and the boy 13. Like her mother, it appears the younger Brock has an affinity for road head.


In her first court appearance December 30, 2010, the judge read off the charges against Rachel Brock as: three counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one count of providing obscene material to a minor.

Chandler police Sgt. Joe Favazzo said it appears that Susan and Rachel Brock didn’t know about each other’s relationship with the teen.

Mother and Daughter Accused of Sexual Conduct with Same Boy:

A shell-shocked Fulton Brock issued the following statement:

Shocked and devastated are not words sufficient to describe the news this day or what has transpired over the past two months. In October, my wife of 28 years was arrested and charged with having an inappropriate relationship with a minor. Now, my daughter has been arrested, pending charges.

She is being accused of having a relationship with the same young man when she was 18.

I have filed to divorce my wife. I cannot divorce my daughter. She is my blood. I will always be her Dad. And she needs one now more than ever.

All families are challenged. But no family should ever be challenged this way whether it be ours, or that of the victim and his family.

Justice demands answers and cooperation.

Nothing can ever make this situation right other than raising awareness so other families can avoid such sorrow. As a person of faith I ask for your continued prayers.

A third woman, Christian Hart Weems, 37, was arrested in the case on December 28 on suspicion of obstructing a criminal investigation and conspiracy to commit computer tampering. She’s accused of deleting potentially incriminating e-mails between the boy and Susan Brock. Police say Weems is a friend of Susan Brock

Both women were being held at the Maricopa County jail.

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Additional story on the Brock case:

Christian Hart Weems Arrested In Chandler, Arizona, Accused Of Destroying Evidence In The Susan Brock Case; Fulton Brock Seeking Divorce

The case of Susan Brock, the now-estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, took another turn on December 28th, 2010 when a 37-year-old Chandler woman who was a friend of Brock's was arrested.  Christian Hart Weems was arrested for conspiracy to commit computer tampering or altering of data, computer tampering or altering of data, hindering prosecution, and tampering with physical evidence, all felonies; she is accused of destroying and altering evidence in the personal email account of the boy Susan Brock has been charged with molesting over a three-year period. Although Weems was initially booked into the Maricopa County Jail in Phoenix, the Phoenix New Times reports that she has since been released on her own recognizance, and is due back in court on January 12th. It has now been confirmed that, like Susan Brock, Christian Weems is also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The scheme: Court documents show that Brock and the boy communicated through the Yahoo email account. The boy would write in a draft the time she should pick him around the corner of his house. Brock, who had the boy's password, would log in and read the drafts. As a result, there was no record of messages being sent and the boy's parents would not find out. Not only did the boy's parents forbid Susan Brock to have contact with him, but the boy's high school principal also had warned Brock to stay off of school grounds.

The obstruction: During a jailhouse phone call on November 2nd, it is alleged that Weems coaxed Brock into revealing the password to the Yahoo email account. Once in there, Weems allegedly altered, damaged or destroyed potential evidence that would have incriminated Susan Brock.