John Louis-Perkins Brown also pleaded no contest to five counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct. Ashley Nicole Brown, meanwhile, pleaded no contest to one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct. John Brown then took the girl upstairs and sexually assaulted her.In exchange, prosecutors dropped three similar counts. The girl ran away from home about a month after the first incident, the trooper testified.A spokeswoman from the prosecutor's office did not respond to questions about the training.
John Louis-Perkins Brown, 41, and Ashley Nicole Brown, 30, each pleaded no contest to charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and harboring a runaway. Ashley Brown gave her husband a condom and "whispered into his ear that (the victim) was interested in having sex with him," the trooper testified.
In each case, the alleged victims were hospital patients.
A representative from the Camden County Prosecutor's Office was brought in last week to the hospital to train supervisors how to preserve evidence in cases of alleged assaults, the state spokeswoman confirmed.
Between January and March, the hospital reported five assaults against patients and staff, resulting in "moderate" injuries requiring treatment by a physician.
In 2016, there were 36 assaults against patients and staff, including one resulting in "major" injuries that required hospitalization.