Greenlys

Kenneth Greenly III, 36, left, and Jodie Hudson-Greenly, 43, were found guilty of felony counts of endangering a child, conspiracy and misdemeanor assault on Friday. 

An East Donegal Township couple was convicted on Friday for abusing an 11-year-old girl in April of 2018.

Kenneth Greenly III, 36, and Jodie Hudson-Greenly, 43, were found guilty of felony counts of endangering a child, conspiracy and misdemeanor assault for a span of “abuse and torture” that included depriving the girl of sleep, using the bathroom, food and beating her with a belt, according the district attorney’s office.

Greenly and Hudson-Greenly were the girl’s father and stepmother and, according to the district attorney’s office, they bragged about what they did to the child

The girl testified that she was beaten with a belt too many times to count and had bruises all over her back, legs and arms.

The weekend of abuse was from April 20 to April 22, 2018, and included forcing the girl to do wall-sits for more than four hours, not allowing her to eat, sleep or shower and forcing her to go to the bathroom through her clothes.

Assistant District Attorney Janie Swinehart also said that the couple would pour the girl's urine on her head.

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According to the district attorney’s office, the abuse happened at the couple’s home on Red Cedar Lane in East Donegal Township and at the Maytown-East Donegal Township Fire Department firehouse, where the couple were formerly volunteers.

Brett Hambright, a spokesman for the district attorney's office, said abuse at the firehouse was reported to police, who were already investigating.

They will be sentenced in a couple of months, the district attorney's office said, after a background investigation is complete. 

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