TEEN GETS FIVE YEARS’ PROBATION FOR MOLESTING BABIES
This is Tyler-Nicole Tracy Wolf.
She just got sentenced today in White County for the sexual abuse of a five-year-old girl two years ago. WHEN SHE WAS 13.
Allegations are that she may have molested as many as six children. She has been ordered to stay away from two identified victims. She will be registering as a sex offender, although for how long remains to be seen; we're checking on that, it wasn't specified at the hearing. She will be required to undergo counseling for at least a year and probably longer. She is to have adult supervision when she is in contact with young children, according to the terms of her very generous probation.
However, the judge didn't define "young children."
Any child in the state of Illinois is a minor when age 17 or younger. Tyler will be going to school on a daily basis for the next couple of weeks with several minors. Is she having good adult supervision when she's at Carmi-White County High School? You can't get that kind of information out of her teachers and principal. They all think she's just a model student, as they testified in a closed court hearing today.
The matter will be covered on WTVW-Fox 7 in Evansville tonight, according to Brian Miller, on the 9 p.m. telecast. He was there, along with Disclosure staff, to cover the sentencing, and he got quite a bit of footage.
White County's prosecutor, T. Scott Webb, did a fantastic job representing the state, and had asked for an undetermined amount of time for Tyler in juvie.
Judge Tom Sutton didn't see it that way, primarily because according to the pre-sentencing investigation, Tyler claimed she was sexually abused herself from age six to 12. Family members gave a lurid run-down of how that came about, stating a revolving door policy her mom, Tammy Wolf, below, had with men.
Tyler is supposed to be living with her dad and grandma in rural White County, according to the terms of her probation. However, she doesn't live with her dad and grandma. She lives with her dad, an ex-meth felon, and Konnie Harrington (both pictured below). Konnie is still employed as a school nurse in Brownsville.
They all live in Crossville. Not too far from a grade school, if our sources are right.
More later. Don't forget to tune in to Channel 7 tonight. Miller did a good job.
Thanks Brian Miller for using our photo of Tyler running from the courthouse on your broadcast, WTVW Fox 7, Evansville News at 9!! We're glad we could help!
That particular photo and more will be featured in the next issue of Disclosure, on stands May 13.
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