By Shereen Siewert
A 36-year-old Mosinee man is accused of trying to lure a 15-year-old girl for sex with methamphetamine, according to court documents filed this week in Marathon County.
David Everson faces charges of using a computer to facilitate a sex crime, child enticement by giving or selling drugs, possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver, and two counts of bail jumping in connection with his Dec. 30 arrest.
Police say Everson chatted online with a person he believed was 15 years old and ultimately tried to meet the girl to use methamphetamine together and engage in sexual activities. Chat transcripts show Everson told the girl she would have to lie to him and say she was 18 so he could “hang out” with her and have “18-year-old kinda fun,” despite being told repeatedly she was 15. Everson allegedly told the girl he had a “snow ball” of methamphetamine and offered to inject the drug into her anus using a syringe.
Everson also allegedly asked the girl to send him photos of her showering before he arrived at his home and wanted to make a sexually explicit video to post on the internet to make money, court documents state.
But the “girl” was an undercover police officer, and a team of investigators took Everson into custody about 150 yards from the meetup location.
Police searched Everson and discovered suspected methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, which were turned over into evidence.
During an initial appearance Jan. 2, Marathon County Circuit Judge ordered Everson held on a $25,000 cash bond. Court records show Everson was out on bond for an unrelated case at the time of his arrest.
A preliminary hearing is set for Jan. 13.