This queen ↑↑↑ is a sicko.
When her 14-year-old son began locking his bedroom door at night and shoving his bed against it, a Jonesboro mom knew there was a problem. When she asked him why he was doing this, the boy reportedly replied that 24-year-old Robert Wayne Jamison was keeping him awake at night trying to play with his “bird.” The mom explained to Detective Mike Branscum of the Jonesboro Police Department that “bird” was the term her 2 sons used to describe their genitals. According to court records, Jamison had been living with the family for 4 years. The victim told investigators Jamison would sleep on the couch in the living room. Then, when everyone went to sleep at night, Jamison would come into his room. The boy stated on 3 different occasions Jamison pulled his pajama bottoms down while he slept and fondled him, the affidavit stated. Each time the victim would awake and tell Jamison to get out of his room. Court documents stated Jamison moved out of the residence before the alleged abuse was revealed. Detectives contacted the Arkansas Child Abuse Hotline and an investigator with Arkansas State Police interviewed the victim. The boy reportedly told the investigator the same story he had given his mother. On January 7, Craighead County District Judge Keith Blackman found probable cause to charge Jamison with felony sexual assault-second degree and issued a warrant for his arrest.For two months, Robert evaded police -- until, Monday when police showed up at a residence in Jonesboro, Arkansas after receiving a complaint from a neighbor about loud music. When cops knocked on the door, Robert opened it and told officers his name was “Johnny Talley." Robert's mother soon came to the door and officers, who recognized Robert from wanted posters, confirmed her son's real name. He was arrested and remains jailed on $20,000 bond.