Target: Baltimore County, Maryland State’s Attorney Scott Shellenberger
Goal: Ensure the maximum punishment for person accused of repeatedly raping a girl since age three.
A 9-year-old girl was allegedly raped at a Maryland state fair by a 17-year-old family friend and cattle breeder. Investigators say the sexual abuse has been going on since she was only three. The teenager allegedly touched the girl inappropriately and forced her to perform sexual acts on him in his family’s animal trailer. He was arrested after another farmer at the Maryland State Fairgrounds informed the little girl’s father that he saw the two in the swine barn together and witnessed the male buckling his pants before taking off with the little girl.
He was slapped with several charges and charged as an adult. The alleged rapist has been attending fairs all over the state for years along with his family, so there’s no telling how many victims he may have had the opportunity to accumulate over this time.
Hopefully, for the sake of the young victim and safety of the public, this monster will be put behind bars for as long as possible. Please urge the State’s Attorney to do everything in his power to ensure that the alleged rapist spends as much time behind bars as possible.
Dear Baltimore, Maryland State’s Attorney Scott Shellenberger,
A 17-year-old cattle breeder was charged as an adult for allegedly raping a 9-year-old family friend who’s family often traveled along with him to state fairs. Investigators believe this young man had been raping her since she was three. Considering the alleged rapist has been attending fairs across the state for many years, it’s possible that he has sexually abused more than the one victim.
Thankfully, he has been caught, but until the justice system can make sure he’ll never be a threat to anyone else in the future, the victim and the public will not be safe. We urge you to help ensure that this despicable alleged rapist remains behind bars as long as possible so that his victim can finally be safe and begin to find peace.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Baltimore County Police Department