WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- A 24-year-old DC woman was sentenced to 48 months in jail on Tuesday for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl on a Metrobus, U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen Jr. said in a release.
Pamela Taylor plead guilty in January to one count of second-degree child sexual abuse and threats under a Alford plea, which "the defendant does not admit the allegations but agrees that the government has enough evidence to secure a conviction," the release stated.
According to court documents, the incident took place on Dec. 10,2011, when Taylor approached the teen at the L'Enfant Plaza Metro station. Taylor lead the teen to believe she knew her relatives and was able to obtain the girl's cell phone number.
Taylor then followed the teen from the Anacostia Metro station and onto a Metrobus. During the ride, Taylor sat next to the girl and touched her inappropriately. The next day Taylor called the teen and threatened to assault her if she stepped out of her home, the release said.
Taylor will serve 48 months in jail and will then go under supervised release for three years. She is required to be registered as a sex offender for 10 years after her release and obtain mental and substance abuse counseling.