Child Expresses Herself Through Drawing That Leads To Child Molestation Arrest

 

Thank God this teacher was intelligent enough to take action. Some adults, even a teacher, would have scolded the child for drawing profanity and just assumed the child had seen an R-rated film, or had gotten access to someone’s pornography magazines.

“Oklahoma City police say they  arrested a man accused of child molestation after a little girl drew a pictures of a man’s private parts at school.  After seeing the picture the  teacher of the 7 year-old child called the students mother.  The mother talked to the child, and the girl said she had been molested by 25yo James Percifield.    Police  discovered a 4-year-old girl also may have been molested by Percifield.  James Percifield was arrested and booked into  Oklahoma County jail on complaints of lewd acts with a child and indecent exposure.”

 

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okcfox.com

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5 Responses to Child Expresses Herself Through Drawing That Leads To Child Molestation Arrest

  1. Shana Dines says:

    Amen! Thank God someone was watching and gave a sh*t about what was going on with that poor little girl and that sob was caught!

  2. mary says:

    My mother told me that she would discipline me as a child because I would attempt to do “sexual things.” I have no recollection of any of that but I asked her, why wouldn’t you investigate where id learn those behaviors from? You’d think id learn all that stuff on my own? I also confronted her about certain “potty training” practices some of my relatives would use on me. All of which I have remembered all my life but innocently I thought was normal until I started going to therapy this year. My mother basically told me I was making it up or exaggerating things. I don’t know why she would turn a blind eye to such things, but then again id do the same mental gymnastics in my head.

    • little nel says:

      Hi Mary,

      It is very confusing and scary for a child to have to endure physical or sexual abuse then to have to endure being called a liar and “disciplined” for telling the truth about someone who is hurting them.

      Adults will ask direct questions to children who will innocently answer those questions with factual accuracy not knowing that they are going to be “punished” for it because they are incriminating someone that is “near and dear” to the one asking the questions.

      The child then has more pain and confusion added to their cart of unwanted “baggage” that will be forgotten until adulthood when it resurfaces and boggles the mind again.

    • Alethea says:

      Mary, what your mother did is common. It is the way that mothers handle child sexual abuse by family members when they do not WANT to know the truth or deal with the truth. It is much more simple to just punish the defenseless child, tell them they are making things up, and to ignore what is happening. It is too difficult for these mothers to go through confrontations with the abuser, neighbors finding out, an arrest taking place, loss of income, the mother being shamed publicly, and for her to be alone.

      Ultimately, the innocent child suffers everything so the adults can all be comfortable and free to live their lives as they choose.

  3. little nel says:

    “Thank God the teacher was intelligent enough to take action”

    Ditto

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