Pennsylvania Tattoo Artist Robert Meyerle May Be Child Molester Champion
Ok, I’m a little late on this one, but simply had to add this sick bastard to the site. I found one of those stories involving a guy already in trouble, who has added a whole new heap of shit to his plate. Back in March, 34-year-old Walter Meyerle found himself on the wrong side of the law accused of giving a minor a tattoo in exchange for sex. Well, as it turns out, the sinister side is far worse than originally expected. In his latest endeavor, Meyerle is being accused of sexually assaulting 14 children and two adults in Bensalem and Bristol Township over the last 13 years. The DA’s office has since filed nearly 200 counts, including rape, against Meyerle.
Court documents paint an even uglier picture than his mug shot, documenting Meyerle’s alleged acts. This sicko’s victims include the children
of his friends and girlfriends who were in vulnerable situations while the parents were either drinking or spaced out on drugs. Some of the highlights include:
- He liked to have sex with his girlfriends while their young children were in the same bed, asking the mothers to touch their kids sexually.
- He sexually assaulted a four-year-old girl 10 times and made her watch pornographic movies.
- A girl around four or five years old was molested 50 to 60 times.
- When having sex with a 14-year-old girl, he asked her to call him “daddy.”
- He told a 15-year-old girl she’d have a surprise in nine months after they had unprotected sex. The girl would end up getting an abortion.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. “This is one of the largest child abuse cases I’ve seen by one individual,” said Jennifer Schorn, chief of the major crimes division for the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office. Bucks DA David Heckler said if Meyerle is found guilty of all his charges, he’s looking at a sentence of 1,000 years.
A round of applause should go out to Bristol Township detective Greg Beidler, Bensalem detective Chris McMullin and prosecutors for putting a wall of bars around this guy.
Fred Harran, Bensalem’s public safety director adds, “It doesn’t get much lower than this guy. He shouldn’t be breathing,” he said.
Walter Meyerle Facebook - Owner Mirror Image Tattoo, Croydon, Pennsylvania