US fugitive held in Jamaica deported on baby molestation expenses

Seventy-one-year-old Charles Manord Rainey, a fugitive who was apprehended final week in St. James Jamaica after being on the run for 11 years, has been deported to the US to face a number of baby molestation expenses.

Rainey was deported from Kingston final Friday to Paulding County, Georgia.

He’s being held within the Paulding County Jail with out bond, in keeping with a press release issued by the Paulding County Sheriff’s Workplace (PCSO).

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In response to a press release on the PCSO’s Fb web page, Rainey was charged with aggravated baby molestation, baby molestation, and sexual battery in December 2011.

Stories are that on November 15, a raid was carried out by officers of the Lottery Rip-off Activity Pressure, Fugitive Apprehension Group, Counter Terrorism & Organized Crime Investigations Department, and america Marshals Service. Rainey was arrested and brought into custody.

The PCSO additional stated Rainey acknowledged his identification and admitted to overstaying his visa throughout an interview on the Barnett Police Station in Montego Bay. The visa he obtained in 2011 was legitimate for under six months.

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The police in Paulding County are encouraging anybody who was victimized by Rainey to contact detectives at 770-443-3010 or ship a tip through the free Paulding Sheriff cell app.

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