Oklahoma Mom, 37, Passes Love Note in Burrito to Alleged 13-Year-Old, Sex-Assault Victim

Woman, 37, sent love note in breakfast burrito to alleged sex victim, 13.

Oct. 4, 2011— -- A 37-year-old nurse who allegedly had sex with a 13-year-old boy was arrested again this week after sending him a love note wrapped in a burrito, police said.

Amy Blose, a married mother from Norman, Okla., allegedly asked a classmate of the boy to bring him a breakfast burrito she purchased from a restaurant with a note stuck in the wrapper that read, "Hey babe, I love you forever."

Blose had been ordered not to have any contact with the boy, who was the initial alleged victim in the statutory rape case, or anyone younger than 18. Blose, who knew her victim because her children are close in age, was arrested in April after the boy's parents witnessed his getting into her vehicle and contacted police.

Interviews with the boy and his friend showed that Blose and the boy had allegedly engaged in sexual acts multiple times and that Blose had sent him explicit photos of herself. She admitted to police that she sent text messages to the boy that could be misconstrued as sexual in nature, officials said.

Police learned last week that Blose had written the note inside the wrapper of a Sonic breakfast burrito -- the boy's favorite breakfast -- and allegedly asked a 15-year-old girl to give it to him at school. When the boy received the burrito, he notified his parents, who contacted police.

Judge Michael Tapper ordered Blose to be held without bail until November, when a preliminary hearing for her trial has been set.

She faces charges of three counts of rape in the first degree, victim younger than 14; three counts of forcible oral sodomy, victim younger than 16; one count of lewd or indecent acts to a child younger than 16; and one count of performing lewd acts in the presence of a child younger than 16.

She could face a life sentence, if convicted on the most serious counts.