I don’t even know what to say about this woman, except that she is a demon in human form. She should be in prison for the rest of her life, because that is how her daughter is going to spend her life. Her daughter will be in a prison of self-hatred, self-degradation, rage, despair, guilt, shame and fear because of what her mother attempted to do to her. This woman is the lowest of the lowest of humans.
“A Fayette County woman accused of plotting to drug a 13-year-old girl so her boyfriend could impregnate the girl has entered into a plea bargain with prosecutors.
Shana K. Brown, 34, of 209 Blosser Hill Road, Lake Lynn, on Monday pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy at sexual assault, criminal conspiracy at statutory sexual assault, criminal conspiracy at indecent assault of a substantially impaired person, endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors and two counts of unauthorized administration of intoxicants.”
“Assistant District Attorney Linda Cordaro said prosecutors will recommend a sentence of two to four years in prison. Terms of the agreement call for prosecutors to drop two charges of criminal conspiracy at rape of an unconscious person, court records show. Uniontown police allege Brown and DeWayne Calloway, 42, of Uniontown concocted a plan to surreptitiously impregnate the girl because Brown can’t have more children.
In a criminal complaint, police said Brown tried to persuade the girl in December to willingly have Calloway’s child, but she refused. Police said Brown then spiked the girl’s beverages twice so she would fall asleep, using rum on the first occasion and over-the-counter sleeping pills on the second. According to police, Calloway attempted to assault the girl each time, but she awoke and fought him off.
Brown and Calloway were scheduled to go to trial yesterday, but Brown opted instead to take the plea bargain.
Calloway faces more than 20 criminal charges, including attempted rape of an unconscious person, attempted involuntary deviate sexual intercourse of a substantially impaired person, indecent assault and conspiracy. His trial has been postponed until next month.
Senior Judge Conrad B. Capuzzi, who accepted Brown’s pleas, has not set a sentencing date.
Brown is free on $5,000 bond. Calloway is free on a $30,000 bond.”