Laurel Man Martin Robert Briggs, Accused Of Sexual Assault Of Autistic Girl.

November 2, 2016

 

 

 

Laurel Montana man Martin Robert Briggs, arrested and charged with Sexual Assault.   According to a Court hearing, on Feb 15, 2015 Laurel Police were contacted regarding a report of sexual assault. The individual that reported the crime was a man with the initials of J.G.

 

J.G. stated to the Laurel Police Department that the sexual perpetrator was the uncle of L.B.  Her Uncle's name was Martin Robert Briggs.

 

According to J.G.   L.B. was temporarily staying at the home of her father Kyle Briggs at 1015 3rd Ave North in Laurel Montana. 

 

J.G. told police that the sexual victim L.B. told her that on Feb 14 her uncle touched her breasts and told her she was beautiful while they were in bed together.

 

J.G. told police that she had noticed that Martin Briggs always told L.B. that he loved her.  According to J.G.   L.B. is an Autistic individual.

 

The Children’s Advocacy center interview L.B.   The Interviewer was Lynelle Amen.   In the interview, L.B. stated that she was at her father’s house and that after dinner she went downstairs with Martin Briggs and Caitlin Livesay who is the girl friend of Martin Briggs. 

 

  L.B. stated that Martin Briggs stays in a bedroom in the basement with Livesay.

 

While she was downstairs watching tv, Martin Briggs and Livesay she, L.B.  started to get tired and Briggs and Livesay invited her to sleep in their bed with them.   L.B. stated that she spent the night with them in bed.  L.B. was wearing a tank top.

 

She told the interviewer that Martin Briggs was cuddling with her and wrapping his arms around her.  She stated that Briggs touched her breast and his hand slipped underneath her clothes.  Briggs started to kiss her breasts.

 

 

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