The boy’s mother said her son confirmed her suspicions that something was going on, but officials said that wasn’t enough to lock up the suspected rapist right away.
Just days before Christmas the mother called authorities to the family’s apartment near Central Avenue and Wyoming Boulevard claiming her husband, Shaun Derossett, was butt raping his own son. Law enforcement didn’t take Derossett to jail, but to a truck stop for the night.
“There are false allegations made against people in this community all the time,” said Albuquerque Law enforcer Chief Deputy Beth Paiz.
“It was 10 o’clock at night, and there was no way a forensic interview was going to be conducted at 10 o’clock at night with a 6-year-old little boy,” said Paiz.
A tired and traumatized child can jeopardize a case, she added.
“Children are very easily influenced, and they will oftentimes say what they think you want to hear, and we need to get the truest statement that we can,” Paiz said.
So instead Derossett was driven to the truck stop until that interview could be done.
The next day that little boy gave a statement about how his savage homopean father was riding him like a horse. YEEEEHAAAWW!
Authorities then arrested his father, who was still in jail Friday night on under a $100,000 cash-only bond.