A grown man portrayed a downs syndrome individual for a scrub bath?
This is unheard of and should end in a long prison sentence with no windows, padded walls and no lights. When I saw some of the specifics of the story, I had to alert you because I still cannot believe just how crazy was.
Can you believe this? I’ve never heard of anything this crazy in my life. And he got away with it for many months all because he wanted to get a thrill out of being bathed.
Source: ABC 15
Police say they arrested 31-year-old Paul Anthony Menchaca on September 6 at his home, near Val Vista Drive and Williams Field Road.
The first victim later reported to police that she assisted Menchaca with diaper changes and baths on 30 occasions over the summer. These happened at various locations in the East Valley.
A second and third victim took over caregiving duties starting in July. Police say the three victims all know each other, and all said Menchaca would become sexually aroused as he was being bathed.
“He needed shower and grooming, he couldn’t use the bathroom himself, he couldn’t really be alone by himself. He acted like a child; his whole demeanor was childlike. He would act in tantrums, talk like a child, act like a child,” one caregiver said. “Why would you do that? Why would you make us change you knowing you didn’t have to. Why didn’t you give us a choice?”
Just his luck, he’s probably going to get off for insanity, or they’ll have some doctor interviewing him for the next four to five years, giving him probation for about ten more years.
Can you imagine the embarrassment of the caregivers and what they went through? This young man better be happy he didn’t have male nurses, or it would be another kind of story.
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