Police Dispatcher Tyler Bush-Conn and His Wife Arrested for Sexually Abusing 7 Year Old Girl


A former police dispatcher and his wife have been accused of repeatedly raping a seven-year-old girl and taking photographs of her naked.

Tyler Bush-Conn, 28, and his wife Talisha Bush-Conn, 27, were both arrested in South Daytona, Florida, on Tuesday after the girl reported the abuse to her grandmother.

Police say the abuse took place both at the couple’s home and at the girl’s home where the pair looked after her while her mother was at work.

It began in 2016 and was only revealed when the girl told her grandmother about it while visiting her in Alabama.
The girl made the confession about being caught looking at pornography on her grandmother’s tablet.

When asked why she was looking at the explicit images, she told her that Tyler had touched her ‘with his hands and with his private parts’ and that he sometimes took photographs afterwards.

She later described to police how Tyler would attack her at her home once her mother had left for work, telling her: ‘Let’s do our thing’ once they were alone.

Tyler would tell her once her mother left for work,”let’s do our thing”

In police documents obtained by DailyMail.com, the girl recalled in graphic detail how he forced her to perform oral sex on him ‘until white stuff came out of his penis’.

He told her to ‘chew on it’ as he pushed his genitals into her mouth, she said, recalling how she once threw up because of his force.

The little girl told police she remembered it tasted ‘hairy’.

During other encounters, Tyler anally raped her on other occasions and stuck his finger ‘in her anus’, the report claimed.

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