Marc A. Jones Jr., 27, was a neighbourhood associate mentor of a movement b-ball group. He currently faces a few lawful offence accusations in supposed assaults of two adolescent girls the previous summer.
How it happened-
On May 4, a 15-year-old claimed she was assaulted by Jones Jr. in Alexandria and Anderson. She said over Christmas break, Jones entered a storage room with her at Park Place School Gym in Anderson, where he purportedly snatched her by the neck and caused her to perform oral abuse on him. Minutes after the fact, she entered a washroom to assemble herself. Jones followed her and started pulling on her jeans before purportedly engaging in physical relations with her.
She informed the police regarding a comparable occurrence with Jones in Alexandria. Jones purportedly manoeuvred his vehicle into a rear entryway, jumped in the rearward sitting arrangement with the 15-year-old and ripped her garments off before driving her to engage in physical relations with him.
On May 6, a 14-year-old casualty approached. She says Jones Jr. was giving her a ride home when he manoeuvred into the parking garage of Frankton Elementary last August. Archives state he pulled a dark handgun from under his seat, killed the wellbeing, put it to her head and assaulted her. The high schooler says during that experience, she shouted and cried, yet Jones advised her to quiet down, and on the off chance that she said anything, he would hurt her family.
As indicated by court reports
Jones admitted to a physical relationship one of the girls, who he knew was just an eighth-grade understudy. He likewise said he had oral abuse in a storage room at the Park Place School Gym.
The 14-year-old included had the option to bring up the weapon and magazine Jones previously possessed during the supposed assault. She was capable ready to recognize unmistakable highlights, for example, tattoos and body hair. Court records uncover the high schooler was obviously shaken and would stop now and again to cry as she related the occurrences with agents.
Jones faces an aggregate of 10 lawful offences:
Assault while outfitted with a dangerous weapon; physical wrongdoing with a minor while furnished with a savage weapon; criminal restriction while equipped with a fatal weapon; physical unfortunate behaviour with a minor; and pointing a gun. Whenever indicted, he could spend anyplace between 63 to 160 years in jail.