Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Police: Sex Offender Used MySpace To Rape Girl, 12


A convicted sex offender from Montana is accused of using MySpace to lure a 12-year-old Wyoming girl to Missoula, where he reportedly locked her inside his apartment, supplied her with both alcohol and marijuana and repeatedly raped her for four straight days before finally being arrested by police.

William Richard Nielsen, 24, was apprehended earlier this week after the victim's father tracked him down where he allegedly found his daughter lying naked on a bed.

According to the Missoulian:

"Nielsen told Missoula police and the FBI, which cooperated on the case, that he knew the girl was 12, that he got her high on alcohol and marijuana, and that he slapped her and bit her and ordered her to call him "daddy," the complaint said. The victim was treated at a hospital."
Nielsen had earlier been convicted 5 years ago of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl.

1 comment:

  1. NO THANKS to law enforcement the girl was rescued--the dad had to track her down, and apparently that took 4 days. Law enforcement should be--at the very least--monitoring every online move of convicted sex offenders.
    If law enforcement cannot monitor convicted sex offenders, then said offenders should not be allowed to have access to internet. Period.

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