Alisha M. Baggott was sentenced to 11 years in prison in a child rape case.
A Fremont woman was indicted by a Hancock County grand jury this week for raping and robbing a taxi driver in Findlay earlier this year while an accomplice held the driver at knifepoint.
Brittany S. Carter, 23, was indicted on charges of rape and aggravated robbery, both first-degree felonies.
Authorities say Carter and Cory L. Jackson, 20, of Lima, got into the taxi on the night of Jan. 28. Jackson then pulled a knife on the driver while Carter raped the man, Hancock County Prosecutor Phil Riegle said Wednesday.
Jackson is charged with aggravated robbery and complicity to commit rape, both of which are first-degree felonies.
Riegle said the two stole money, also at knifepoint, from the taxi driver. He did not know whether the car was in motion or parked at the time of the incidents, but the events occurred in Findlay.
Carter is held being in the Hancock County jail. She was previously indicted on two counts of permitting drug abuse, as a result of incidents in January and February of 2016. Jackson remains at large, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
The wife of a convicted West Manheim Township child rapist has pleaded guilty to two child-sex charges and awaits sentencing.
Holly Greiner, 31, now of Westminster, Maryland, pleaded guilty Tuesday in York County Court to two first-degree felony counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child, according to court records.
Other charges against her — including child rape, conspiracy and child endangerment — will be dismissed at the time of sentencing.
She remains free on bail pending sentencing, which is set for July 24.
Senior deputy prosecutor Chuck Murphy and Greiner's attorney, chief public defender Bruce Blocher, declined comment until after sentencing.
In February Greiner's husband, Robert Phillip Greiner, 29, was sentenced to a total of 67¼ to 134½ years in state prison for molesting two children, according to Murphy.
The investigation: West Manheim Township Police began investigating after a 10-year-old boy told investigators in June 2015 that he and a 5-year-old girl had been sexually abused for about six months by the Greiners, police have said.
Holly Greiner admitted to police that she and her husband forced the victims to perform sex acts with each other and with them, police allege.
On Nov. 3, a jury found Robert Greiner guilty of numerous offenses including child rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, aggravated indecent assault and child endangerment, according to court records.
The same jury found him guilty of two counts of witness intimidation and one count of tampering with evidence, records state.
Holly Greiner testified against her husband at his trial.
Pressured wife: Murphy has said Robert Greiner made phone calls to his wife from York County Prison, urging her to go to police and recant her statements.
He also pressured her not to testify against him, Murphy said.
Robert Greiner was determined to be a sexually violent predator, meaning if he is released from prison he would have a lifetime registration requirement under Pennsylvania's Megan's Law and also be required to attend monthly counseling sessions.
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