Coluzzi said that Lynne Long "was present and/or aware that these acts were occurring and actually encouraged the boys to listen by a bedroom doorway as the sexual intercourse was taking place."
Honeycutt was charged with statutory sexual assault, unlawful contact with a minor, indecent assault and corruption of minors. Long was charged with endangering the welfare of children and corruption of minors.
Coluzzi, who worked as a Philadelphia police officer for 24 years, including a stint as a homicide detective and another in the sex crimes unit, now known as the special victims' unit, said that the community was "outraged," by the alleged incident.
Sleepovers are common among teenagers, and parents trust their children to the protection of other parents, Coluzzi said.
"The crime is bad enough, but the violation of trust is unbelievable," he said.
Authorities learned of the sexual sleepover when one of the boys involved with Honeycutt began feeling "guilty and upset," and told his parents, who went to police, Coluzzi said.
The women provided no drugs or alcohol to the boys, although one of the youths helped himself to a bottle of wine at the house, Coluzzi said.
He said that according to a month-long investigation, things got started when the boys began talking about sex and how much they knew about it.
"One comment led to another," Coluzzi said. "Before you know it," Honeycutt was kissing one of the boys, and then rolling around on the floor with one of the youths.
The woman allegedly "exposed her breasts to all the juveniles present," kissed some of the juveniles open-mouthed and "engaged in conversations of a sexual nature" with the boys, Coluzzi said.
"I've seen it all, but this one's really weird," he said. *