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A Comal County man who had been previously convicted for nine felony offenses and had a history of “deviant” sex acts – some of which appeared to have involved children’s clothing and vegetables – was sentenced to life in prison for tampering with evidence and being in possession of meth, officials said Wednesday. 

On March 23, 2015, a Texas’ Department of Public Safety Trooper was traveling on Interstate 35 in northern Comal County when he stopped to investigate a plastic children’s slide along the access road that he noticed had been moved, a news release from the Comal County district attorney’s office said.

When he approached, he found 56-year-old Charles Robert Ransier near his truck. Inside the vehicle, the officer noticed a girl’s swimsuit “laid out perfectly” on the driver’s side floorboard, as well as melted candle wax and a tube of lubricant on the dashboard, the release said. The officer said Ransier was only wearing a pair of jeans and had melted candle wax on his chest, the release said.

Upon asking for permission to search his car, the officer said Ransier tried to break a syringe he had in his hands, according to the document. The syringe tested positive for traces of meth by the DPS lab in Austin, the release said.

After Ransier’s arrest, authorities searched the truck again and found multiple items of children’s clothing, Barbie dolls, candy, balloons, baby oil, Viagra, Extenze male enhancement, duct tape, rope and a cooler with frozen cucumbers, the release said.

Previous cases against Ransier include a Nov. 10, 2012, incident on Word Ranch Road, in New Braunfels, where Ransier was found naked by authorities and admitted to committing a “deviant sex act involving a squash,” the release said. On March 9, 2014, police responded to a call at the baseball fields off of Loop 337, where they found Ransier wearing nothing but women’s stockings, and again, engaging in a deviant sex act with a vegetable, the release said.

Other court records showed Ransier was previously convicted for manslaughter of an Arizona State Trooper and driving under the influence, the release said.

It took less than 30 minutes for the jury to convict Ransier, according to the document.

The jury sentenced Ransier to life in prison for the tampering with physical evidence charge and 20 years in prison for possessing less than a gram of methamphetamine, the release said. The jury also imposed a $10,000 fine on Ransier, the release said.

 

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