Indian River County, FL – Girl Accuses Key West Man of Molestation

December 28, 2018

Indian River County, FL (December 28, 2018) – An Indian River County girl accused a Key West man of molesting her when he was babysitting and several other times. According to police, the girl called the man “Grandpa.”

59-year-old David Parker was charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious molestation by an adult of a victim under 12 years old. He backed up the accusations when he was being interviewed by police.

The girl was identified as a young female in elementary school, who called the man “Grandpa” and told investigators that he has done weird things to her body and made her do weird things to his. Parker confessed to two of the incidents.

Allegedly, the first two incidents took place over the summer while Parker had been babysitting the girl and her siblings. Parker forced the girl to touch him in the home and while they were driving around.

Parker spoke with police and said that he knew what he did was wrong and that he felt guilty, but he still attempted to put the blame on the girl because he felt that what they did together was “keeping her happy.”

Indian River County Molestation Laws 

Indian River County, FL – Girl Accuses Key West Man of MolestationBeing accused of child molestation is seen as one of the most serious sex crimes across Florida, which can include penalties such as prison time and lifetime sex offender registrations that can cause a great impact on your life. You could be in jeopardy of losing your freedom and reputation, which is why you need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side who has dedicated themselves to many Florida sex crimes and can help you every step of the way.

As with any crime, bringing a valid criminal defense in a sex crimes case is one of the most important first steps, but how will you be expected to do so on your own? At Musca Law, we have handled a variety of cases like these in the past and can help you develop your defense from the ground up as you work to avoid some of the strict penalties that come with sex crimes, especially those against children. Even outside of prison, those accused of these heinous crimes continue to face social and career-related consequences, which is why we want to bring hope into your case and give you the best possible chance at your future life. At Musca Law, we have the know-how and dedication to help you from start to finish when it comes to defending yourself. Give us a call today to get started at (800) 687-2252.

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