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Three women trade children for drugs and money; victims as young as 3 years old filmed being sexually abused: Police

Police in Ohio have arrested three women who allegedly sexually abused several boys and girls as young as 3 years old.

Magan Richmond, 32, Tasha Stringer, 37, and Kathryn McMullen, 36, were charged with felony rape. The Scioto County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement posted to Facebook that the women molested several children, between the ages of 3 and 13. Scioto County Children Services ultimately removed the children and placed them into a safe home.

“Detectives were able to obtain evidence that multiple children had been taken to a house in the Wheelersburg area by adults where they were traded for drugs and money. As a result the children were sexually assaulted by several people that included being filmed and pictures being taken,” police wrote.

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Scioto police have not disclosed the relationship between the three suspects and the alleged victims. They said their investigation is ongoing — and mentioned that additional charges could be filed against the suspects and other individuals in the future.

Richmond, Stringer, and McMullen remain jailed on $100,000 bond.

Anyone with information regarding this case should call Scioto County police Detective Jodi Conkel at 740-351-1091.

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Posted by Scioto County Ohio Sheriff's Office on Sunday, March 22, 2020

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[Featured image: Magan Richmond, Tasha Stringer, and Kathryn McMullen/Scioto County Sheriff’s Office]