Two 19-year-old Georgia men will go before the grand jury in Tennessee on charges related to an overnight stay with two 12-year-old Maryville, TN girls whom they met through a METALLICA chat room on the Internet, according to The Daily Times.
The men allegedly met the girls on the Internet and spent the night of Oct. 5 and the early morning hours of Oct. 6 with them in a motel room on U.S. 411 South.
Juan Manuel Coronado II of Marietta, Ga., was bound over for rape of a child and contributing to the unruliness of a juvenile. He is free on $77,500 bond.
His friend, Geoffrey Ray Dennis of Kennesaw, Ga., will go before the grand jury on charges of aggravated sexual battery and also contributing to the unruliness of a minor. He has remained in the Blount County Jail under a $52,500 bond since his arrest Oct. 7.
Blount County General Sessions Court Judge William Brewer lowered the bond for Dennis to $12,500. He made bond Monday night.
Dennis is prohibited from having any contact with the girls or their families directly, or indirectly, and his computer access is restricted to use for work. Read more.
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