CONWAY — An area teen was charged March 24 with allegedly sharing “personal intercourse photos” and falsifying bodily proof.
He might haven’t any contact with a Jackson teen who’s accused of aggravated felonious sexual assault.
Matthew Cormier, 18, of Heart Conway has been charged with “non-consensual dissemination of personal intercourse photos,” individuals required to report (against the law), and falsifying bodily proof.
A bail slip signifies that the intercourse photos and falsifying bodily proof costs are Class B felonies. The failing to report cost is Class A misdemeanor.
The date of the felony-level offenses, as listed on the bail slip, is Oct. 17, 2020.
Cormier is due for an in-person arraignment/bail listening to April 29. Beneath the bail order of March 24, he’s to abide by a 9 p.m.-5 a.m. curfew.
He made a movement to change bail that was authorised by Conway County Superior Courtroom Decide Amy Ignatius on Monday.
Carroll County Lawyer Michaela Andruzzi on March 9 filed costs of “particular felony” aggravated felonious sexual assault and misdemeanor sexual assault towards Riley Hayes, 18, of Jackson.
The date of Hayes’ alleged crimes additionally Oct. 17, 2020.
Cormier’s bail order of March 24 by bail commissioner L. Joline Gushee says he might haven’t any contact with Hayes, and Hayes’ bail order says he might haven’t any contact with Cormier.
Hayes was to have a bail listening to/arraignment and a listening to on pending motions, however that has been postponed attributable to jury choice in one other case, mentioned Tammy Jackson of the Judicial Department Communications Workplace.
Hayes and Gill filed a waiver of arraignment March 18. It was agreed to by Assistant County Lawyer Keith Blair on Tuesday.
Hayes’ bail situations stay the identical and embrace a curfew and that he might journey out of state for faculty visits if he’s with a father or mother.
The Judicial Department on-line case abstract says Cormier has retained lawyer James Cowles of Walker & Varney P.C of Wolfeboro.
Gushee’s bail order prohibited Cormier from utilizing “digital units that hook up with the web.” Nevertheless, Decide Ignatius on Monday modified a movement from Cowles to elevate the restriction on digital units and likewise to loosen up the curfew.
“Matt is eighteen. He’s a senior in highschool and dealing on finishing his 4 remaining programs, two of that are necessary, so as to obtain his diploma. He wants web entry to finish his research,” wrote Cowles.
“He additionally works at a neighborhood retail retailer, and the curfew restriction bars him from working the closing shift, which implies he isn’t totally out there to his employer.
Cowles, in an April 1 movement, requested Ignatius to permit Cormier to make use of the web to finish his his college work and that the curfew be prolonged from 9 p.m. to five a.m. to beginning at 10 p.m. to on days he works a closing shift.
Blair agreed to those modifications.
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