Cops say video shows parents adding drugs to milkshake for 13-year-old daughter to sexually assault her: ‘Depraved maniacs’

A couple have been accused of sexually abusing their daughter for years after police said they found a video of them adding cough syrup to a milkshake, suggesting they usually add oxycodone.

That terrible allegations were made by her 13-year-old daughter after she was found on the highway near San Antonio, Texas.

Christopher Thomley, 39, and his wife, 32-year-old Ashley Thomley, reported their daughter missing on Tuesday.

People in an Amazon shipping center in Schertz called Police when they saw a young girl crossing Interstate 35 alone. The girl was very small and appeared to be much younger than 13 years old. Police said the girl told them she had been abused regularly for six years and that some of the abuse had been recorded.

When investigators searched the couple’s home, they confiscated computer and camera equipment and found damning video.

“During that video that we were watching, Christopher actually commented, ‘Look, we forgot the oxycodone,’ so that’s telling me that half a bottle of cough suppressant on that tiny little body wasn’t just enough for these depraved lunatics, her We were also sorry they forgot the other prescription medications they wanted to give her as part of this cocktail,” Sheriff Javier Salazar told media.

Salazar said the girl was homeschooled. Police found no video evidence of the abuse, but suspect there may be other victims of the alleged abuse.

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office arrested the couple and accused Christopher Thomley of continued child molestation and Ashley Thomley of child endangerment.

The girl is currently with the youth welfare office.

Here’s a local news video about the horrifying allegations:

‘The prison she spent her whole life in’ | Two arrested after child cries out over sexual Cops say video shows parents adding drugs to milkshake for 13-year-old daughter to sexually assault her: ‘Depraved maniacs’

Laura Coffey

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