"The victim was not allowed in the home to use the restroom or shower" after being moved to the shed, sheriff's officials say.
"The suspects set up date advertisements for the victim through an online website.
Potter spoke about her own research team's work in showing the negative impact that sexual violence has on a student's academic performance and their institutional commitment.
That applies particularly to young people on this campus and the millions of others like them, across the country.” According to Mac Donald, it was Kathy Kimball, Sexual Assault Research Team Coordinator at the Attorney General's office, that had the idea to use phones as resources to prevent harm and sexual assault before it happens.
Mac Donald called the launch of the USafe US app a truly New Hampshire-made effort.
The number of sexual offences in schools has more than tripled in four years, figures suggest.
Teachers as well as children have been victims, with about one in ten of the crimes committed against an adult.
Funding for the app came from the Prevention Innovations Research Center's 2016 NH Charitable Foundation AMP Award and a UNH Social Intervention Challenger event, Mac Donald said.
Mac Donald keyed in on the beginning of the school year and what it means for sexual assault awareness.
The victim, a 29-year-old mentally and physically disabled woman, "was being housed in a vacant shed near the" the suspects resident in the Westbridge Manor mobile home park at 21 Mile Rd and Heydenreich in Macomb Township, sheriff's officials said in a statement Tuesday.
It's believed Misty George, 30, and Michael Welch, 38, had been renting space in their mobile home to the victim, but kicked her out when she fell behind on rent payments.
The figures have been obtained from police forces through freedom of information requests by the Times Educational Supplement.
Thirty two forces responded, with 24 providing comparable data that showed the number of incidents had increased from 390 in 2012 to 1,386 last year.
"Several men responded to these advertisements and paid money to the suspects for sexual services from the victim." The woman left the mobile home park and told relatives what happened to her, which led them to call authorities, sparking an investigation by the Macomb County Sheriff's Office.