In neighboring Wilson County, an investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the indictment and arrest of James Hall of Watertown. He is charged with statutory rape and multiple counts of soliciting sexual exploitation of a minor.
The 47-year-old Weir is facing a 16-count indictment after being charged with having sex with a 15-year-old Coffee County student in 2015.
According to arrest documents, 21 year old Michael A. Springman allegedly showed up at the victims home and tried to talk an underage girl into letting him inside.
44 Year old Ryan Stone of Murfreesboro has been charged with one count of statutory rape. The Wenlon Drive man will make his initial court appearance on November 21st.
UPDATED DATES: The Oakland High School teacher who was suspended without pay after a criminal investigation landed three charges of "Statutory Rape by an Authority Figure" against him is due in court on Wednesday, September 13, 2017.
Soffiantino has since been charged with three counts of statutory rape by an authority figure. He will be arraigned in court before Judge Bragg on the 14th of August.
A Murfreesboro Fire Fighter is under investigation for accusations of rape.
A 29 year old prisoner from Louisiana is currently behind bars in nearby Wilson County. The subject has been arrested on 10 counts of "Statutory Rape."
A Shelbyville man has been charged in connection with alleged incidents involving teenagers near his home.
A Manchester woman was arrested on statutory rape charges after an alleged incident that occurred on Wednesday April 22.
Coffee County Head Baseball Coach Brad Weir was arrested Tuesday morning by Manchester Police. Weir was charged with Statutory Rape by an authority figure.
A 22-year old Murfreesboro man has been arrested after admitting to having intercourse with a 14-year old child.
A 25-year-old Beechgrove man was arrested on Sunday (Oct. 26) on charges of statutory rape following an incident at a Manchester motel.
In court, the defense must be able to prove without a doubt that he had or saw real evidence leading him to believe that the victim was of age.
A 22-year old man who told police he was transient and did not have a home address, has been arrested on a single statutory rape charge.
A Clarksville man convicted for the aggravated statutory raping a 14-year old Murfreesboro area child in 2013 has won the first step in a recent appeal released on Wednesday by the Court of Criminal Appeals.
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