‘Shock time’ ordered for woman in assault on runaway Olathe teen

A woman who participated in the 2009 sexual assault of a runaway teenage girl in Olathe was ordered Thursday today to serve 49 days of “shock time” as part of her probation.

Lisa Money, 45, pleaded guilty earlier this year in Johnson County District Court to a charge of indecent liberties with a child involving the 15-year-old girl.

Money’s then boyfriend, Oneth B. Savery Jr., 44, was sentenced last year to 28 years in prison for sexually assaulting the girl at his Olathe home. Prosecutors said Savery and Money took advantage of the girl after she got drunk and ran away from home.

The girl had run into her neighbor’s open garage, and her mother was told she was not there when she came looking for her.

Money was placed on probation for three years, but prosecutors asked for the shock time to be served on top of the 11 days she had previously spent in jail.

If she violates her probation, she will have to serve a sentence of two years and eight months in prison. She also will be required to register as a sex offender.