She then drove to the motel and took him to the police station.
Because Boston, who turned 18 in September, was an adult when the alleged crimes were committed and because the two victims were under 10, the maximum penalty would be 15 years to life in prison for each offense, Wallin said.
Charlie Colt originally faced 27 charges but was acquitted.
The fiend, who died in 2009, also had multiple kids with daughter Betty and his eldest girl, Rhonda,.
Pfeiffer, who is self-employed, also faces charges of indecent liberties with a child, communicating threats and being intoxicated and disruptive.
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