Skip to comments.Woman pimped, drugged kids with meth, beat them with bat
Posted on 03/28/2018 7:06:57 PM PDT by yesthatjallen
A woman is accused of getting paid in meth, cocaine and money to allow men to sexually assault two children for about nine years in Eau Claire.
Michelle Mayer, 39, is charged with two counts of repeated sexual assault of a child- party to a crime, in Eau Claire County Court Thursday.
According to a criminal complaint, Mayer allowed men to come to a home on Eddy Lane in Eau Claire over the course of nine years to sexually and physically abuse two children starting at the ages of 6 and 9 years old. The owner of the home told officers they had no idea that the assaults were happening until 2017.
According to a confidential informant, who wished to remain anonymous, the children were threatened. The children were ordered to perform sexual acts and pose naked for pictures. According to the complaint, Mayer was present when the assaults happened. The informant also told investigators that the children were forced to use drugs, saying Mayer would inject meth into their arms in order to keep them awake. It was reported that the two children were injected with meth more than 100 times.
The complaint goes on to say if the children protested, Mayer would hit them with a baseball bat.
Investigators say the Department of Health Services had numerous reports regarding Mayer maltreating ... children. In the complaint, an officer with the Eau Claire Police Department noted that the investigation into the mistreatment was difficult due to fear of retribution and retaliation on the part of people involved.
The case is still under investigation, that's why police declined to comment; but the question still remains as to how can sexual assault cases go on for so long without being detected?
These are really hard cases, said Public Information Officer Bridget Coit with Eau Claire Police, referring to sexual assault cases in general. They're really hard for the victim, their families, and officers and other authorities trying to investigate those. They include multiple components, sometimes the delay in reporting can result in lack of evidence, fear on the victims part of making a report, or the childs development at the time the abuse starts or when they decide to make the report.
Police said it can sometimes take a week, a month, and even years for a victim to come forward.
That doesn't mean these cases cant be successful, Coit said. Our officers and other victim advocates and our community members who are involved in these types of cases are trained to overcome some of those barriers and help the victim as best possible.
Eau Claire Police said most of the children they interview are concerning sexual abuse, in which they work closely with the Child Advocacy Center.
Coit adds it's not just children they're concerned about in sexual assault cases, but adults or anyone who is a victim of the abuse; and that they'll continue to provide the best practices and resources to victims and their families.
It was too long and didn't convey the horror of this story.
This report is disturbing on multiple levels and many relevant facts are missing.
The reporter and the police don't say if the woman was their mother or not.
Public Information Officer Bridget Coit with Eau Claire Police sounds cavalier about the crimes and events as if this is something that happens every day.
Not only does this crime need to be investigated but the police and the news team need to be investigated as well.
This is some of the worst reporting I have seen.
Is this a cover-up or bad reporting?
Democrat Mom of the Year
If anyone deserves to be skinned alive...
After 100 meth injections is there anything at all left of these poor children?
Why I support the death penalty. Hang this bitch.
Public hanging for her and the men who assaulted her kids.
That’s what I would have ordered had I been El Presidente’.
It would be better to wrap a milstone around their necks and throw them into the deep of the ocean.
I was thinking Atlantic Ocean and waterwings. Cheap ones.
Too quick. See my post below yours.
Cover ups. Who are the ones abusing the children or visiting child pimps/groomers for the under aged. It’s no Joe the plumber types. It’s more like Edward the 3rd generation ivy league lawyer, doctor, politician and the ones they loan power to like Mayors, Police chiefs, DOJ’s
For others it’s just overcoming the inertia for lack of interest due to prevailing influence is against you.
Who is she? What is her relationship to the kids? Who is the other person in the house who didn't know what was going on?
How did this go on so long without anyone noticing anything?
Did the kids go to school?
Who is the father and where is he? Why isn't he mentioned? Or an extended family to step in and take care of the kids?
For a story this horrific, there are few relevant details included.
Alleged pic of Mom and kids.
I was quoting a carpenter dude that I know well.
The reporting is stunning in its' lack of information.
And yes, it does sound like a cover-up to something bigger which would explain why the news report and the police department are short on details.
Who are the people involved? Who is being protected?
I know. I guess the quicker the better...
The article I posted doesn't.
Why would the reporter leave that out?
Why was she only identified as a woman and not their mother?
The reporting is stunningly bad.
It's like the reporter didn't care or think to ask any relevant questions.
That it is such a sickening tale may have something to do with the poor reporting.
And, yes, protecting Social Services may too.
\A long time ago this would have less details- if it was reported in respectable media at all.
Exactly. The words of our Lord, which should strike terror in the hearts of anyone contemplating such horrific crimes against children.
Why did it take so long? Was the FBI busy picking who should be President?
Both the reporter and the police representative could not have sounded more disinterested in this crime.
It's like they were reporting something that happens every day; like a lost dog story.
And the lack of curiosity and details by the reporter is mind-boggling.
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