Insanity Plea Entered in Lemonade Stand Enticement Incident

Gregory S. Davis, 59, told Waukesha police he kissed a 10-year-old girl while intoxicated "just to show a little affection," according to the complaint.

Gregory S. Davis
Gregory S. Davis

A 59-year-old Waukesha man accused of kissing a 10-year-old girl who was selling lemonade in the Pebble Valley neighborhood in June pleaded not guilty by reason of mental defect or disease on Thursday.

Gregory S. Davis remains jailed in lieu of $25,000 bail after he was charged June 13 with child enticement.  

The 10-year-old girl told Waukesha police officers a man attempted to kiss her on the mouth after hugging her and kissing her face, saying that he wanted to take them home, according to the criminal complaint.

The girls, ages 10 and 11, flagged down a nearby runner for help while a 7-year-old boy went to a parent to call 911, the complaint states.

During the investigation, a 15-year-old girl in the Pebble Valley neighborhood reported being approached by a man matching the suspect’s description on May 31. Waukesha police identified Davis as a possible suspect because he has a history of similar suspicious behavior, the complaint states.

Davis admitted to kissing a young girl who was working at a lemonade stand after he became intoxicated on vodka, the complaint states. He believed the girl was in love with him and kissed her “just to show a little affection.”

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Waukesha's My Home July 18, 2013 at 10:41 PM
"Are they lazy or just plain incompetent." Give them a chance. He was just charged on the 13th.
Chaos78 July 19, 2013 at 04:40 AM
did you see there is a great deal on a new convention oven... the new patch sucks big time... way to sell out. Oh yeah why were there 7 cop cars out side my house the other day? Still looking for that one one here.
Sarah Millard July 19, 2013 at 11:33 AM
Carl, I think you may misunderstand how the court system works. It's a defendants right to plead however they want. If he issues an insanity plea, he has to prove to a jury that he had a significant mental issue that caused him to believe what he was doing was not wrong.
Carl Spackler July 19, 2013 at 01:24 PM
Hi folks, I am very aware of how the "system" works. My comment was more rhetorical in that when a clear fragrant violation of the law is committed there is a good chance the offender will get a slap on the wrist. We have an excellent police force who has to watch as offenders are put back on the street when they shouldn't be because the justice system is filed with pansies who care more about the offender then those who have been abused. Here is the deal. I know how the system works, I say the system is broken. My comment was based on the expected outcome of the eventual trial, verdict and punishment. But I appreciate your comments and I hope you understand mine.
timm dunn July 19, 2013 at 01:45 PM
He does have a mental issue. I explained in another post prior. I'm not sure I would consider it insane, as much as a freak. But I'm not a psychiatrist. We called police to have his back ground ran as a sexual predator and legally inform him to never come on premises.


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