A Deville woman arrested in April on multiple child sex crimes charges pleaded no contest to four felony charges Thursday at her arraignment.
Danielle Sober Trapp, 29, was sentenced to three years probation after prison sentences on three counts of contributing to the delinquency of juveniles and one count of indecent behavior with juveniles were suspended, according to online Rapides Parish Clerk of Court records.
She also must register as a sex offender for 15 years.
Trapp was arrested on April 17 after a complaint had been filed about two weeks before that, then she was arrested again on April 28.
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Her first arrest was on charges of four counts of obscenity and two counts of sexual battery. The second arrest was on charges of first-degree rape of a juvenile younger than 13, human trafficking, two counts of sexual battery and 31 counts of contributing to the delinquency of juveniles.
The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office said in a news release asking for other possible victims to come forward that there was a juvenile victim, but further investigation found more.
A no-contest plea is not the same as a guilty plea. It means that a defendant does not admit guilt, but does accept the conviction.
As part of her plea deal, Trapp must not have contact with any victim or their families. She is prohibited from having contact with any minor children, except her own, and was ordered to undergo a mental-health evaluation and complete any treatment at her own expense.
All other charges that were not formally filed against her were dropped by the state, too.