|Nicholas James Fuchs is in dire need of someone to smack that smirk off his face.|
A walking talking colostomy bag from Milwaukee is facing three counts of physical abuse of a child, one count second-degree reckless endangerment, one count of false imprisonment and one count of strangulation now that police have caught wind of said shit container’s child abusing ways. 26-year old Nicholas James Fuchs was charged on Thursday and if convicted he faces up to 74 years in prison and $165,000 in fines for what he did to the children of a woman he was staying with.
According to the criminal complaint, from January to October of last year, Fuchs abused a 4-year-old and a 5-year-old in various and sickening ways, like throwing one of them in a clothes dryer for wetting themselves. After further investigation, police discovered Fuchs had used the fabric softening and child damaging punishment with the dryer on multiple occasions, in addition to other equally twisted abuse.
The two young victims told investigators Fuchs would hit them on their feet with a spoon and submerge their feet in a tub full of hot water. Fuchs abhorrently abusive actions only get worse. He also choked one of the children and pinched the penis of another. In July of last year, he broke one child’s arm and it was investigated, but Fuchs was able fool whoever looked into the case then, passing the broken arm off as an accidental injury that had occurred while roughhousing.
According to what’s been reported, the mother was completely unaware of the abuse that was going on in her home. She’s probably seriously regretting letting this cum wad into her life now, but hopefully it’s a lesson learned and next time she invites someone to be a part of her and her children’s lives, she’ll be more cautious. A wolf in sheep’s clothing can pull the wool over anyone’s eyes, but when you have kids in the equation the risk of letting a stranger in is just too high.
Fuchs is currently sitting pretty in Milwaukee County Jail while he awaits trial and can’t put his hands on anyone’s children. The only hands he’ll have to worry about now are those of his cellies…well, maybe not their hands.