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Vossler update

athan Vossler was arrested on Oct. 3, 2009, for especially aggravated kidnapping. According to the police report, the incident, which occurred in the Emerald Hills on-campus apartment complex, involved a 6-year-old girl not related to Vossler.

Vossler was rearrested in Athens, Ala. on Oct.11, 2010, on charges of sexually abusing a 3-year-old girl while out on bond for the Clarksville kidnapping charges.

Vossler will return to Clarksville to face the kidnapping charges after his case in Alabama is finished.

Mary Vossler, Nathan’s wife, was arrested on Oct. 14, 2009, for one count of aggravated arson and one count of vandalism for allegedly setting fire to a computer in the Emerald Hills apartment that she had shared with her husband.

According to The Leaf Chronicle, Mary Vossler was rearrested while out on bond on Dec. 16, 2010, and charged with 107 counts of sexual exploitation of a child after more than 100 images of children engaged in sexual acts were discovered on her computer.
Mary Vossler’s next court date is set for Friday, Jan. 24.

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3 comments

  1. I feel so awkward knowing that I associated with the people who did this. Not personally, but I was in the same Organization they were in. They gave me “off” vibes but I thought it was just because they were quirky, not predators. I heard about this in New Hampshire, but I did not know their names. Earlier this week, I ran across their names in The All State and was floored.
    If I had followed this story earlier in the year, then I probably would have wished that this was a huge missunderstanding, because I know people who are wrongfully accused of henious acts like these, but with the truth coming out, I hope they get what’s coming to them.
    And in earlier posts, in regards to these postings, I agree with the person who mentioned the kids “starving for attention”. Parents really should keep a tighter grip on their kids. At least one child could be spared the damage that has been done.

  2. In regards to this posted comment,
    “And in earlier posts, in regards to these postings, I agree with the person who mentioned the kids “starving for attention”. Parents really should keep a tighter grip on their kids. At least one child could be spared the damage that has been done.”
    You are an IDIOT. And, OBVIOUSLY,not a parent. (I bet you think it’s a girls fault if she gets raped also. Pathetic.)
    This incident didn’t take place because ‘a parent’s grip wasn’t tight enough,” this took place because we have a freaked up legal and justice system which allows accused child molesters like these people free to roam our streets and communities. Nathan abused his niece in Indiana and the courts wouldn’t keep him, in Clarksville, the courts didn’t keep him.
    So lay blame where it’s due. Children have a right to be outside playing games and when YOU were a kid, you did the same…and I HIGHLY doubt, that your parents, or guardians remained outside for the hours you were out there playing, (it’s called the older kids keeping an eye out for their siblings.) And there is NOTHING WRONG with children playing hide-and-go-seek except when pedophiles and rapists are around and oh, Austin Peay University not performing background checks on potential residents during the rental application process.

  3. Why are these people allowed to be around children?