Saturday, December 20, 2014

Stephon Mosley Charged For Sexual Assault And Kidnapping Of A 10-year-old Girl

Mosley was charged for kidnapping and raping a Milwaukee Southside 10-year-old girl.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 20, 2014

Milwaukee, WI - On Saturday, Stephon M. Mosley, 26, was charged with one felony count for first-degree sexual assault with use of force, violence or threat to engage in intercourse with a child under 16 and one felony count for kidnapping. Mosley if convicted on both counts is 60 years in prison for sexual assault and 40 years in prison for kidnapping. A $50,000 cash bail has been set for Mosley. A preliminary hearing is set for December 29.
Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) first reported that the suspect was identified by a Facebook account and later booked for the sexual assault case involving a child.
According to the criminal complaint, Mosley confessed to grabbing the girl while she walked to the St. Martin Lutheran School near S. 15th Place and W. Orchard St. around 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday. He pulled the girl alongside the rear of a home and proceeded to assault her.
A neighbor heard the girl's scream and came to the rescue. Mosley had his pants down when the neighbor arrived at the scene. But he pulled his pants up and fled North to W. Greenfield Ave.
The girl told police that Mosley had threaten to kill her, had touched and violated her private parts and forced her to perform a sex act. 
Mosley was arrested last Wednesday night in the 1200 block of W. Madison St. hours after his photo shopping at a local grocery store was aired by media outlets. The photo went viral on Facebook (FB) and people recognized him and tips led police to his Facebook account and arrest. 
Mosley's brother had posted on FB that he turned himself in to police, but police had made the arrest. In Mosley's FB account, nearly 2,000 comments have been posted since Tuesday condemning his alleged assault of the young child. Numerous people have posted that he should kill himself or hoped that Mosley would be raped in jail by other inmates, including some that posted, if they would have seen him on the street before police, they would beat him or kill him prompting family members to respond in defense of Mosley. After Mosley was charged on Saturday, family members have stopped responding to negative comments posted on Mosley's FB active page.
In one prior posting, a family member alleged that Mosley had attempted or assaulted another young girl related to him and that possibly it was reported to authorities. 

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