A Sarpy County woman charged with sexually assaulting two boys also has been charged with six counts of felony child abuse because she provided alcohol and marijuana to children at her home, a prosecutor said Monday.
Christina M. Greer, 35, is accused of supplying the booze and pot to several boys and girls ranging in age from 12 to 14 on several occasions in her home near 144th Street and Giles Road.
Monday, Sarpy County District Judge George Thompson ordered Greer to be held on a total of $1.5 million bail. She must pay 10 percent of that amount, or $150,000, to be released from jail.
Defense attorney James McGough unsuccessfully asked the judge to set a lower bail amount so that Greer could return to work.
Greer entered the courtroom weeping and, for the most part, kept her face buried in her hands as her right leg jiggled nervously.
From September 2017 through February 2018, Deputy Sarpy County Attorney Phil Kleine told the judge, Greer provided alcohol to one child “at least 50 times.” He also accused Greer of giving marijuana edibles to the youths on at least 10 occasions.
In addition to being previously charged with three counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child, Greer also has been charged with first-degree sexual assault of another child and two counts of witness tampering.
In one incident, Greer is alleged to have had sex with a 13-year-old boy at her home. Officials say she then tried to prevent him from telling authorities. A jury trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 7 in that case. The other sexual assault case also involves a 13-year-old boy.