Woman Charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct After Allegedly Engaging in Sexual Contact with Juvenile Boys During Hockey Tournament Staycation

A 38-year-old woman from Blaine, Minnesota, has been charged with criminal sexual conduct after allegedly engaging in sexual contact with two juvenile boys during a hockey tournament staycation. The accused, identified as Allison Leigh Schardin, now faces charges of criminal sexual assault in the third and fourth degree.

According to the criminal complaint filed by the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office, the incident took place when Schardin and her family were enjoying a “staycation” at a hotel in Roseville, located in the 2500 block of Cleveland Avenue North. Coincidentally, members of a boys hockey team were also staying at the same hotel.

It is alleged that Schardin initially interacted with the team members in the hotel’s pool area on January 14. Later, she contacted one of the 15-year-old boys through Snapchat, requesting to visit his room. Once inside, Schardin inquired about their ages and disturbingly remarked that they were young enough to be her children. Subsequently, she engaged in sexual contact with two of the boys, as stated in the charges.

Feeling pressured by the situation, the two boys eventually asked Schardin to leave. However, she did not stop there. Schardin later appeared at one of their hockey games and even sent text messages to the boys after they returned home, according to the charges.

Following her arrest on Thursday, Schardin reportedly admitted to investigators that she had kissed and engaged in sexual contact with the boys, further corroborating the allegations.

Schardin is scheduled to make her first court appearance on Monday, where she will face the charges brought against her. The severity of the accusations and the potential impact on the lives of the young victims make this case a matter of great concern.


Author: CrimeDoor

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