Houston babysitter sexually assaulted children, sent photos bragging to boyfriend: sheriff BY Nina Golgowski NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, March 23, 2015, 9:01 PM Ashley Virginia Dack, 29, has been charged with sexually assaulting children after allegedly photographing herself in the act and bragging about it. A Houston woman is accused of photographing herself sexually assaulting children while babysitting and then flaunting the obscene photos to her boyfriend. Ashley Virginia Dack, 29, and Patrick Schuneman, 37, who are both geologists for oil companies, were collared after Dack bragged about the sick acts captured on her phone to a friend, authorities said. That individual went on to get hold of her phone and report its contents to the Harris County Sheriff's Department. In one disturbing series of text messages obtained by KPRC, Dack allegedly fantasized about kidnapping a little girl she was watching and sexually torturing her with Schuneman in her car. "There is a little girl at lunch with blonde pig tails, kept dancing around on the floor. Wanted you 2 to be hiding in my car and I could bring her 2 you. Maybe 4 (years of age)," she allegedly texted him on Aug. 30, 2012. "Would love that. Would you join us or leave us alone?" Schuneman allegedly replied. KPRC Dack, seen in court, lists herself on LinkedIn as a geologist with Chevron who previously worked for ExxonMobil. "Join you. We could use the seat belt to hold her down and wrap around her neck so she couldn't wiggle because it would get tighter and tighter," Dack went on. "She'd be so scared." "But no one could hear her if we were in my car." "I would hold her neck and head as you pulled her pants off," Schuneman texted. Other electronic evidence collected by police appears to show Dack inappropriately touching an 11-month-old child. She then sent the photo to Schuneman, who allegedly replied with "incredible" and "best ever seen. Thank you." A search of Schuneman's phone and personal computer recovered the saved images, authorities said. They're both charged with Super Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and Sexual Performance by a Child Under the Age of 14. Dack is currently being held on a $350,000 bond, while the court declined bond for Schuneman.