Mom From TLC Reality Show Nobody Remembers Jailed For Raping Boy, 13


cum-pigAndrea Clevenger, the 34-year-old mother with a penchant for young boy ejaculate in her mouth, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for raping a 13-year-old boy.

We reported on Clevenger earlier this year after her sexual relationship with the boy was discovered by the kid’s mom. The boy went on to describe the great time he had with Clevenger, including coming in her mouth after sex, and morning car blows.

Text messages and pictures sent between the two seemed to confirm what the kid was saying, and police would issue two felony warrants for rape and engaging children in sexually explicit conduct for use in a visual or print medium.

Last Thursday, Clevenger pleaded guilty to sexual assault and engaging in sexually explicit conduct with a minor. In return, she was sentenced to 10 years behind bars and will have to register as a sex offender.

Clevenger and her daughter were featured in two seasons of TLC’s “Cheer Perfection,” a forgettable reality show about a team of cheerleaders at Cheer Time Revolution in Sherwood. TLC never renewed the program, nor do they air repeats.

Newborn Alive After Mom Put Him In Trash With Tampon Applicator In His Mouth


Police have arrested a woman they say abandoned her newborn in a building’s bathroom.

Briana-Holland22-year-old Briana Holland of Indianapolis was arrested around 5AM Saturday morning on Neglect of a Dependent charges. Detectives believe Holland gave birth in the building’s bathroom and left the baby behind. The male child is in good condition at Riley Hospital and in the custody of DCS case workers.

Holland was taken to the Arrestee Processing Center for processing and is awaiting official charges from the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office.

Couple Jailed For Keeping Two Girls In Nasty Trailer For Years While They Played World Of Warcraft


128951Lester Huffmire and his wife, Petra Huffmire, have been accused of keeping two young female relatives malnourished and locked inside a nasty trailer for years while they played World of Warcraft all day.

It is being alleged that between May 21, 2010, and May 20, 2013, the couple lived in a mobile home at the Satellite Mobile Homes Estate and prevented the two girls, ages 5 and 10, from leaving the trailer for any reason, including attending school.

Police got involved after multiple calls from concerned neighbors. Grace McKee said she called officials more than once to report something weird was going on with her neighbors, the last time was 12 days ago. “I wish I had forced the issue years ago. They sorta said, ‘If you don’t see much, why should we come out?’ That sort of thing,” she said. “I wish I would have really, really insisted.”

Witness McKayla Smith said she briefly saw one of the girls as she stared at her through a window. “She had a really crazed look on her face. She had huge eyes. She looked sick. She stared at me for a moment and the curtain closed and somebody said, ‘Get away from that window,’” she said.

After another neighbor called on May 20th, a police officer arrived at the couple’s trailer to make a welfare check. What he found inside was a trailer unfit to live in. The trailer was littered with stacks of trash, debris, mold, and feces. There were a pile of used condoms found under a stuffed teddy bear, the kitchen appliances were covered in mold and cobwebs, and the toilets did not work.

As for the two girls, they echoed the surroundings they were living in.  Dirt was crusted on their feet, their hair was matted and their teeth were damaged beyond repair. “They looked small. Very pale, malnourished, not clean,” said OC Deputy District Attorney Lori Smith.

Lester Huffmire and Petra Huffmire, both 41 and reportedly unemployed, were arrested and charged with two felony counts of child abuse, two misdemeanor counts of false imprisonment and a sentencing enhancement for great bodily injury. Both are being held on $100,000 bail and, if convicted, could each face up to seven years in prison.

Couple Accused Of Keeping 7-Year-Old Locked In Outdoor Cage For Weeks


A preliminary hearing is set for Thursday in Circuit Court for a man charged with child abuse and felonious restraint after he — and an Albany County woman — allegedly kept a 7-year-old child in an outdoor cage.

Jena-HarmanJena Harman, the child’s mother, and Alexander Smith are charged with one count each of child abuse and three counts each of felonious restraint, according to District Court felony information documents.

If guilty of all four counts, Harman and Smith each face up to 20 years imprisonment.

They were arrested July 24 after Albany County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a residence on Fox Creek Road and allegedly found the child in a cage.

Harman’s case was bound over to District Court. Her arraignment hasn’t been scheduled yet.

The Public Defender’s Office is representing Harman.

Tom Fleener, attorney with Fleener and Vang, is representing Smith, and Josh Merseal, Deputy County and Prosecuting Attorney, is prosecuting.

Smith’s hearing, scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Circuit Court, will determine whether his case is bound over to District Court.

Before the arrests, the Sheriff’s Office began receiving complaints of child abuse and requests for welfare checks dating back to August.

Deputies responded to the property after receiving a tip July 23 that the child was being kept in a cage there.

After arriving, deputies discovered the cage was about six feet square, five feet tall and constructed of cattle paneling and wooden snow fence. Plywood covered half of the top opening. Inside the cage, deputies discovered a cot, clothing, books, a toothbrush, toothpaste and a five-gallon bucket, according to court documents.

A metal chain and “dog-leash-style latch” were allegedly used to keep the child locked in the cage.

The child told deputies he/she had been in the cage on and off for three weeks, using the restroom from the cage, taking meals in the cage and sleeping overnight in the cage — even during rainstorms.

Harman allegedly referred to the cage as the child’s playpen and kept the child in the cage because he/she was misbehaving, according to District Court documents.

Smith told deputies he disliked the child but kept the child in the cage to ensure his/her safety, according to the affidavit.

Both Harman and Smith remain incarcerated at the Albany County Detention Center on $100,000 cash bonds.

Pennsylvania mother smells foul odor, finds son died 4 days earlier


A mother, alerted by a foul odor, found out her son died four days earlier in their Pennsylvania home, and on Monday an autopsy was under way and the boy’s father remained jailed in the case.

childs-body-foundThe 8-year-old boy, Jarrod Tutko, Jr., was among five children in the family who suffer from medical or developmental problems, according to the Harrisburg Patriot-News website.

He was being cared for by his father in an upper bedroom of the Harrisburg home while his mother, Kimberly Tutko, tended to his 10-year-old sister, who is comatose, on another floor, according to the Patriot-News website.

The mother had not seen the boy, who was prone to smear feces on himself, in four years out of fear she would carry an infection back to his sister, the news site reported.

Dauphin County Assistant District Attorney Fran Chardo declined to confirm the details of the news report.

The boy’s mother called police on Friday night after she asked her husband about a stench coming from an upper floor of their rented half of a two-family home.

He told her their son was dead, and then brought the decomposing body from the third-floor bedroom, police said.

An autopsy on the boy’s body was being conducted on Monday, Chardo said.

The father, Jarrod Nicholas Tutko, 38, was being held on $500,000 bail on charges of child endangerment, concealing the death of a child and abuse of a corpse.

The couple’s other five children were placed in the custody of Dauphin County child welfare authorities.

What do you do with your kids when you’re having a threesome in a hot tub?


53d6f92c2a9bf.imageTwo women and a man have been accused of public sexual indecency after an alleged romp in a Peoria apartment’s hot tub.

Authorities say 28-year-old Gina Marie Rayner also is being held on suspicion of child abuse for allegedly leaving her two young children alone in an apartment.

Rayner, her 30-year-old boyfriend Anthony Michael Vechiola, and 29-year-old Jennifer M. Duchnowski had their initial court appearances Monday.

Bond was set at $2,100 for both Rayner and Vechiola, while Duchnowski was released on her own recognizance.

The three allegedly were seen having sex Sunday night in the apartment’s public spa.

Peoria police interviewed them, and an officer reported hearing a child crying for his mother. The 5-year-old boy later was identified as Rayner’s and her 3-year-old child was found in Vechiola’s apartment.

Woman, 25, Left Her Two Kids In Unattended Car While She Performed Sex Act On Boyfriend


marksA Louisiana woman left her two young children unattended in her SUV while she performed oral sex on her boyfriend in his vehicle

Princess Marks, 25, reportedly admitted to Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies that she was unable to see her children–aged seven and five–while she was pleasuring her boyfriend in the parking lot of a Lake Charles store.

Cops found the children inside the SUV, which was not running and had its windows down.

Marks’s post-midnight assignation resulted in her arrest for child desertion. Seen in the adjacent mug shot, Marks was booked into jail and later released after posting $5000 bond on the felony count.

Following her collar, Marks’s offspring were placed in the custody of family members. Her beau–whom investigators did not identify–was not arrested.

Parents of the year, Lock 5-Year-Old in Car Trunk to Cure Fear of Dark


parents-lock-child-in-car-trunk-558x279A western Pennsylvania couple, accused of luring their five-year-old son into the trunk of their car with candy to resolve his fear of the dark, was granted probation this week, according to court officials on Friday.

Jeffrey and Danielle Lenhart were charged with felony child endangerment and reckless endangerment for locking their son in the car during three trips to the Idlewild amusement park in Lingonier, Pennsylvania, in July 2013, court records showed.

They gave him a flashlight and told him to look for sweets before locking the trunk at the park, about 9.5-miles (15 km) from their home in Latrobe, court officials said.

They were accepted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program on Thursday in a deal approved by Westmoreland County Judge Richard McCormick Jr., according to Danielle Lenhart’s lawyer, Deborah Jackson.

“She recognizes the serious nature of what has happened and I don’t think we will see her in court again,” Jackson said of her client.

The incidents came to light when one of the couple’s children was interviewed by child welfare officials for undisclosed reasons, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.

The boy and another sibling, who is 4, have been staying with relatives following the charges, but will be returned to the home, court officials said. A younger sibling, 1, has already been reunited with the parents.

Upon completion of two years probation, charges against the Lenharts will be dismissed and records expunged, Jackson said.

A previous judge in the case did not want to allow the Lenharts to enter the rehabilitative program, but Jackson said she was pleased with McCormick’s decision.

Perhaps storing your methadone in a baby bottle is not the best idea


4304337_GA Johnston mother faces felony child abuse charges after police say she accidently fed her baby from a bottle she had used to store methadone.

Police say the 6-month-old girl was unresponsive when she was brought to Hasbro Children’s Hospital on July 10th, but has recovered.

They say 27-year-old Carissa Manning told them she accidently mixed baby formula with her prescription drug in the bottle. She called 911 after the girl become cold and would not wake up.

Manning was arraigned Wednesday and released on a promise to appear in court on Sept. 24. She also was ordered to have no contact with her daughter, who has been placed with another relative.

Manning has no listed phone number and an attempt to reach her for comment Friday was not successful.

Loving couple finds home for their 22-year-old autistic twin boys (in their basement with no furniture or electricity)


A couple have been arrested on charges they locked up their 22-year-old autistic twin sons in the dungeon-like basement of their home.

compo-2-400x240-20140722-105014-460The Washington Post reported the basement had no furniture and no electricity, just a duvet on the floor. It said the room smelled of urine and had only a small window.

The newspaper cited police records in Montgomery County, Maryland, and identified the couple as 57-year-old John Land and 59-year-old Janice Land.

Reports said they were charged with abuse of vulnerable adult and attempted false imprisonment.

The door to the basement was reportedly locked with a deadbolt.

According to the Post and local TV station WJLA, the suspects said their sons were “non-verbal” and could only communicate by pointing at objects.

John Land reportedly told police that his sons would sometimes try to run away and that is why he and his wife started locking them up.

Police discovered the basement by chance as they went to the house on an unrelated matter.