Case Against Two Accused In Child Sex Case Continued Two Weeks
The two people suspected of sexual exploitation of a child saw their cases continued once again during a waiver-status hearing in front of Magistrate Judge Randy McEwen.
That request coming from Defense Attorney’s Alice Osburn who represents Douglas Fiscus and Sarah Sweet-McKinnon who represents Wendy Brown. Their cases are now pushed back to October 30.
Fiscus is charged with sexual exploitation of a child, two counts of electronic solicitation of a child, one count of solicitation of a child and aggravated indecent liberties. This involves two victims, a 13-year-old and a 15-year old. The aggravated indecent liberties count is for the 15-year-old, however the sexual exploitation counts could see him get life sentences.
Brown is charged with two crimes which could also bring life sentences. She’s charged with aggravated indecent liberties with a child and sexual exploitation of a child, both off grid felonies. These two charges are in relation with a 13-year-old child. She’s also charged with indecent liberties with a child, and a less severe charge of sexual exploitation of a child. These two charges involve a 15-year-old child.
The alleged crimes against the two are alleged to have occurred between March 1, and April 30, of this year, in Haven, but also has a connection with Hutchinson.
The arrest coming after a joint investigation by both the Haven and Hutchinson Police Departments have led to the arrest of the two on the charges.