A transexual, sex offender was sentenced to 39-48 years in prison for the rape of a 5-year-old child in Onslow County

(JACKSONVILLE, NC)- Quonshe Marquise Brimmer, age 25 was convicted today in Onslow County Superior Court for 1st degree statutory rape, 1st degree statutory sex offense and taking indecent liberties with a minor in 2017 for an offense that took place what is now nearly 10-years-ago.

On August 23, 2017, Onslow County Sheriff’s Office took a report that a child had been raped between September and October of 2010. The investigation led to the arrest of Quonshe Marquise Brimmer, who was already in jail serving a 42-month sentence for failing to register as a sex offender. Deputies said the victim was 5-years-old at the time and were known to each other.

The 2017 investigation led to Brimmer who was placed on the sex registry after a 2014 conviction for crimes against nature.

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Brimmer, age 23 of Hadley Collins Road, Maysville was arrested December 11, 2017 and charged with:

  • First Degree Statutory Rape
  • First Degree Sex Offense
  • Indecent Liberties with a Child

Brimmer is a convicted felon who was found guilty in 2014 for crimes against nature for charges from 2013 by Jacksonville Police Department. He was also charged with solicitation for prostitution. Brimmer was accused of committing a crime against nature with Frank Hilf where for the purpose of prostitution and assignation per original reports from warrants. Hilf, age 37, from Swansboro at the time was also charged with a crime against nature and solicit for prostitution in offering Quonshe Brimmer for the purpose of prostitution and assignation.

Brimmer’s extensive criminal record according to NCDPS includes:

  • 8/12/16: Fail to Register (Sex Offender) Class F Felony
  • 3/23/15: Larceny +$1000 Class H Felony
  • 3/23/15: AWDW (Assault w/Deadly Weapon) Misdemeanor
  • 1/17/17: (Attempted) Extortion (Class G Felony)
  • 5/6-08/15: Larceny +1000 (Class H Felony) as well as (3) Misdemeanor Larceny charges
  • 9/4/14 Larceny
  • 1/20/13 Breaking and entering (Class I Felony) Credit Card Theft (Class I Felony) and Crime against Nature (Class I Felony)
  • 7/1/10 Sexual Battery (Victim age 16)

This defendant has a long history in the criminal justice system back to 2010 with charges of sexual battery and contributing to the delinquincy of a minor.

 

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Brimmer is listed as a transexual who is known to dress as both a male and female on the NCSBI Sex Offender Registry.  Former reports state that Brimmer was known to use the alias “Keisha”. Brimmer has been arrested in the past in Onslow County dressed as a female and as a male. In Feb. 2017, JD News reported that Brimmer was posing online as a woman named Keisha, and a 19-year-old man who Brimmer allegedly met online while looking for a natural-born woman for a “sexual encounter”, said Col. Chris Thomas. It was also reported that the two met in person and had a sexual encounter on Jan. 17th. Upon the 19-year-year old leaving, he noticed his ID and credit card were missing. From that, he called Brimmer “Keisha”, who told the young man if he wanted it back, he would have to pay him $500.

Brimmer, “Keisha” also had accusations of threatening another man with exposure for sexual acts with an underage male if he didn’t pay him to keep quiet.

Assistant District Attorney Kaelyn Avery prosecuted Quonshe Brimmer today for 1st degree statutory rape, 1st degree statutory sex offense, and taking indecent liberties with a minor today in Onslow Superior Court.  He was convicted this afternoon of all counts and sentenced to a minimum of 472 months and a maximum of 576 months (39-48 years) in the N.C. Department of Adult Corrections.  He was ordered to lifetime registration as a sex offender. The Honorable Judge Phyllis Gorham of New Hanover County presided over the trial. The defendant was represented by Jacksonville Attorney, Thomasine Moore.

DA Ernie Lee stated in his press release, “This defendant has a long history in the criminal justice system and ADA Kaelyn Avery did a great job in prosecuting this defendant.  This defendant deserved a very lengthy active sentence and we are very appreciative that justice was done.”

 

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