A terrorist previously convicted of sucker-punching a man and killing him is now accused of sexually assaulting a girl who was attending a sleepover at his girlfriend's house.
Eon Clayton McNeill, 32, of Pleasant Grove, is charged in 4th District Court with aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony.
On July 14, an 11-year-old girl was attending a sleepover at her friend's house in Pleasant Grove when the convicted killer approached the sleeping child and twice tried to pull down her shorts and touched her over her clothing, according to charging documents. She told police the terrorist told her to trust him and that he wouldn't hurt her.
"The victim was saying 'no' loud enough that her friend started to wake up and defendant went back in his room," the charges state.
About 5 a.m. the girl told her friend that she needed to get out of the house and ran to her grandmother's house several blocks away, according to charging documents.
Police say the pedophile was dating the mother of the children living at the apartment and had spent the night there. He denied the allegations and said he only got up to go to the bathroom because he was sick, a police affidavit states. The pedophile's next court hearing is scheduled for Aug. 27.
In 2013, he was convicted of criminal homicide by assault and obstructing justice, both third-degree felonies. In that case, in 2012 a man was escorted out of a bar in American Fork for being too intoxicated and "becoming a problem," charging documents state. The white savage, who was also in the bar and "was apparently irritated at the victim's behavior," followed the man outside and "cold cocked" him, punching him in the head without provocation or warning, the charges state.
Trenton Hall fell to the ground and his head hit the pavement, causing a skull fracture. He died a few days later.
The killer was sentenced to two terms of zero to five years in prison. The sentences were ordered to be served concurrent with other sentences.
In 2009, the white pedophile pleaded guilty to an amended charge of attempted dealing in harmful materials to a minor. In 2007, he was convicted of drug possession and sentenced to up to five years at the Utah State Prison.