Police: Missing Ohio teen found after being held in Missouri

3 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Ohio teen runaway allegedly held captive, raped by man she met online; Cyber Monday a hit (10 Things to Know for Thursday).

Christopher Schroeder, 41, of Missouri is seen in an undated police photo after his arrested on charges of production of child pornography and transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity. (Warren County Sheriff’s Department) A Cleveland-area teen missing for nearly a month was found at a house in eastern Missouri where she was held captive by a 41-year-old man she met online, authorities said Wednesday. WARREN COUNTY • A man who lives near Marthasville was accused Wednesday in federal and state charges of luring an under-age Ohio girl to his home and raping her repeatedly over three weeks in captivity.

Federal prosecutors said the man had sex with the 15-year-old girl several times, destroyed her cellphone, told her to change her hair and lose weight, and ordered her to use a different name. Charging documents say the defendant, Christopher David Schroeder, 41, met the girl, 15, online via the Kik messaging app in October or early November.

The girl told him that she was unhappy, and Schroeder said he would help her, according to an affidavit filed in court by FBI Special Agent John Mark Burbridge. Last year’s increase — the most since Obama took office — is being attributed to expanded coverage under “Obamacare” and zooming prescription drug prices.

William Porter was among officers riding in a police van when the suspect, who prosecutors say was not restrained by a seat belt, suffered a fatal broken neck. She said that she wanted to go home, but Schroeder wouldn’t allow it, and she was afraid to leave because Schroeder had “numerous” guns in his home, the agent wrote. Police in Brooklyn, Ohio, where she lives, said at the time of her disappearance from home that she had told friends and extended family members that she had planned to run away. Charles County police detective who helped rescue her, who asked that his name not be used because he works undercover, said, “The past couple years were rough on her.

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