Peck Woman Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse of Vulnerable Adult | North West
A Peck woman pleaded guilty earlier this week to sexual abuse or exploitation of a vulnerable adult.
Susan M. Lopp, 57, pleaded Tuesday in Lewiston 2nd District Court and will be sentenced Jan. 7 by 2nd District Judge Jay Gaskill.
Lopp was initially charged with forcible penetration by use of a foreign object and sexual abuse or exploitation of a vulnerable adult in August for allegedly sexually abusing a woman confined to a wheelchair. Lopp and her boyfriend, Donald W. Joyal, 59, of Peck, have both been charged in the case.
Joyal has been charged with rape, two counts of forcible penetration through the use of a foreign object and sexual abuse or exploitation of a vulnerable adult in the case and a jury trial is set to begin on January 25. chaired by 2nd District Judge Jeff Brudie.
Nez Perce County MPs allege Lopp and Joyal mixed the woman’s food, drinks and cigarettes with meth against her will and forced her to have threesome sex with them in the fall 2019. Joyal’s charges include several alleged rapes of the woman between 2018 and this year, according to court records.
The maximum sentence for sexual abuse or exploitation of a vulnerable adult in Idaho is 25 years in prison and a fine of $ 25,000.