By Theodore Shoebat
A pedophile in Ohio sodomized a a three year old, as he was committing his evil, a woman walked in and witnessed this heinous crime. The evil doer ran off, but the woman chased after him for several blocks, notifying police where he was, and updating officers on where he was moving. She pursued him until the cops caught him. Here is the report:
An Ohio man has been arrested on sexual assault charges after a woman allegedly caught him raping a 3-year-old girl inside an abandoned garage.
Charles Sadler, 34, of Columbus, was taken into custody Friday in connection to the alleged assault.
According to police, a woman was driving in west Columbus when she heard a scream and saw a man, later identified as Sadler, raping a little girl in the 300 block of South Richardson Avenue.
The Good Samaritan, who has children of her own, called 911 and followed Sadler for several blocks until officers responded to the scene and arrested him.
Sadler’s family told WSYX they thought the 34-year-old was ‘passed out drunk somewhere’ at the time of the incident.
He is currently being held in the Franklin County Jail on $200,000 bond.
The alleged victim’s mother took to Facebook Monday, claiming in a heart-breaking post that her 3-year-old’s innocence was taken by someone she looked to as ‘an uncle.’
The Daily Mail is not naming the mother to protect the identity of her daughter.
The mother-of-two from Columbus wrote that Sadler took ‘his obsession’ for her 3-year-old to ‘another level’ on Friday while she was being watched by family friends, whom the furious mom called ‘unresponsible [sic] adults.’
According to the woman, her child offered investigators testimony after being examined in the hospital.
She vowed to find justice for her child and urged other parents to hold their babies tight.
‘The unthinkable became reality to us!’ she wrote.
In a follow-up status update the mother posted after Charles Sadler’s initial court appearance, the mother expressed her frustration with the judge’s decision to set bond for his release.
Sadler is due back in court August 15.