Horrific family details come out of 14-yr-old boy accused of raping, killing 10-yr-old cousin

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The world just keeps getting sicker.

A 14-year-old Wisconsin boy has been arrested and charged with the murder and rape of his 10-year-old female cousin; and if that weren’t enough, he’s also the son of a convicted pedophile.

A Daily Mail exclusive details the grotesque happenings.

Adam Berger, 37, spent three years in jail after he was found to have volumes of media featuring underaged girls on his cell phone. His teenage son, Carson Peters-Berger, now faces a life sentence for murder. His enumerated charges are as follows:

– First-degree intentional homicide

– First-degree sexual assault

– First-degree sexual assault of a child

The elder Berger’s phone was found to have several lewd photos of prepubescent girls with attached comments such as ‘first in ur little girls a**hole and then in ur mouth mom.’

The sociopath even went as far as to superimpose his own face on some of the images. According to court documents, every photo focused on the genitalia of young girls.

As for his son, 14-year-old Carson Peters-Berger is now incarcerated at the Northwest Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Eau Claire, Wisconsin for the rape and murder of 10-year-old Lily Peters.

Prosecutors allege that his intent was to “rape and kill the victim from the get-go when he left the house with the victim to go down the trail.”

“He [Berger] punched the victim in the stomach, knocked her to the ground, essentially strangled her, hit her with a stick, before strangling her to the point of death – before he then sexually assaulted her,'” Chippewa County District Attorney Wade Newell said in the report.

The father has been residing at a halfway house in Eau Claire after being released from Oshkosh Correctional Institution in April 2021, the Mail reported. He remains on probation and is a registered sex offender. He has referred to his now-accused son as “the best part of me.”

As one might infer, Carson Peters-Berger comes from a very broken home. When his father was sent to prison, he reportedly withdrew and seemed unhappy at every turn with his mother, Lauri Davis, 45, according to his grandmother and family friend, Katie Weathers.

 “Carson has not been very happy with his father being gone,” his grandmother said.

Weathers accused Davis of being a bad mother, saying, “We have seen him out and about with his mom and he never looks happy.” She continued, “He doesn’t smile, he’s always quiet and just looks at the ground and doesn’t talk.”

The 14-year-old alleged killer is the progeny of a brief relationship between Berger and Davis, who is the sister of Lily’s father Alex Peters, 43, the outlet reported.

Davis, for her part, is now reportedly in a relationship with convicted fraudster John Repetto, 50, and lives in the Chippewa Falls home where Lily was last seen with Peters-Berger.

The Daily Mail reported:

Davis also has multiple convictions for drug offenses, all dating from at least two years before her son was born, and was also arrested for domestic battery in December 2005 following an altercation with her then-husband John Davis.

Lily’s mother, Jennifer Eyerly, 38, is currently on probation after being convicted of multiple counts of theft including the theft four of her mother’s credit cards and racking up a bill totaling $7,788.31.

She also cheated her aunt and uncle out of $10,000 by inventing fake jobs for them – even conducting false interviews – in a bid to get hold of their banking details.


While the story and exterior influences seem almost too convoluted for Michael Mann to unravel, here is the timeline of Lily Peters’ murder, per the exclusive report:

Lily Peters murder timeline

Sunday April 24

Lily Peters, 10, leaves her aunt’s house on a bicycle to cycle in woods near Chippewa Falls, northeast of Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Lily’s father becomes worried when she doesn’t return at 9pm and reports her as missing

Police searching for the ten-year-old find her bike in woodland near a walking trail between the end of N Grove Street and the Leinenkugel brewery parking lot, four block’s from her aunt’s house

Police use dog units and drones as the search for Lily continues

Monday April 25

Police find Lily’s remains in woodland near Chippewa Falls, northeast of Eau Claire

Tuesday April 26

An anonymous Reddit user posts: ‘What’s scary is I was playing Pokemon Go in the park that day walking along that very same trail, my stomach turns when I think I saw that girl in a pink/purple hoodie on her bike with another kid on my way out. I have a suspicion that it could be another kid that did it.’

Police announce they have arrested a suspect for Lily’s murder

Wednesday April 27

Police say the suspect is a14-year-old eighth-grader

Carson Peters-Berger, Lily’s cousin, appears in adult court where he is referred to by his initials CP-B. He is charged with first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree sexual assault and first-degree sexual assault of a child under age 13, resulting in great bodily harm. Bond is set at $1million


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