This is Scott Kleier, the no-lipped, over-sized glasses mofo.
A Marshfield man will spend 15 years in prison for sexually abusing seven underage girls.
Scott A. Kleier pleaded guilty in May to first-degree child molestation, second-degree statutory sodomy, tampering with a witness and five counts of sexual misconduct involving a child under 14.
Kleier’s victims had told authorities stories of a “hypnotize game” he would play with them.
Judge Cheever sentenced Kleier to 15 years for the child molestation charge, and between 3 and 5 years for each of the lesser charges. The sentences are to run concurrently.
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MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- A man from Marshfield is charged with sexually abusing two girls this summer. The Webster County prosecuting attorney charged Scott Kleier two weeks ago and he made his first court appearance on the charges this week.
The girls, one 6 years old and one 10 years old, told investigators that Kleier played a hypnotize game with them and exposed himself to them. Detectives interviewed Kleier and they say the man basically admitted what he did and said "he feels really bad, guilty and said he wants help," according to the probable cause statement.
Marshfield Man Charged with Child Molestation
Tuesday, Oct 16, 2007
A Marshfield man faces multiple counts of child molestation and sexual misconduct. 30-year old Scott Kleier is accused of exposing himself and inappropriately touching three girls between the ages of six and ten.
According to court documents, Kleier played a game with the girls called the hypnotize game when the alleged sexual activity occurred. The court documents also say Kleier told investigators that he was currently in counseling.
He's scheduled to be back in court at the end of November.