Monday, March 18, 2013

Patience Perez Schemed to Kill Husband With Her 15-Year-Old Lover

Patience Justine Perez, 22-year-old school security assistant and mother of two from Norfolk, Virginia, has been arrested for sexual relationship with teen student and planning to kill his husband.

Patience Perez, accused of underage sex, murder plotting

Perez was charged in Norfolk earlier this week in connection with the murder scheme. She also faces multiple charges of taking indecent liberties with a child by a person in a custodial or supervisory relationship, and a charge of using a communications system to facilitate certain crimes against children.

Perez, whose home address is in a community near Naval Station Norfolk reserved for active-duty military personnel, had consensual sex with the young teen on multiple occasion starting in February in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Renaissance Academy, where Perez worked and the boy attended, is an alternative public school for students in middle and high school grades. It offers behavioral, academic and credit recovery programs, according to school division spokeswoman Kathleen O’Hara. Perez had worked at the school on a temporary basis since Aug. 22 and was fired March 5, O’Hara said. Virginia Beach police said that on March 4, school authorities notified them and child protective services that Perez had “inappropriate contact” with the boy. Perez took the boy to her home on multiple occasions in February, and that’s where the sexual abuse occurred. She also said Perez and the boy used mobile phones to exchange pornographic images.

Norfolk police spokeswoman Karen Parker-Chesson said Patience Perez and the boy engaged in at least one conversation to plan to kill Perez’s husband, who serves in the Navy and had just returned home when scathing accusations of her sexual conduct made by the school’s administration were confirmed.

The bail sheet also said that Perez was “terminated due to having sex with 15-year-old student and smoking marijuana with him”.
More notes on the sheet said “both admit to sex and drugs” and “numerous sexual encounters in Virginia Beach and Norfolk”.

Police are now searching for any additional victims, while is being held in the Norfolk City Jail without bond, and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 10.

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