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April 30, 2013

Bond reduced for man charged with sexual assault

FAIRMONT — The bond for a Monongalia County man charged with three counts of felony third-degree sexual assault committed in Marion County has been reduced.

Gregory Donald Maclucky, 33, of 2222 Kingwood Pike, Morgantown, and his defense attorney, David Anderson, appeared before Marion County Magistrate Missy Pride late Monday afternoon.

Anderson told Pride that amount was “excessive ... and constructively denying (Maclucky) of his constitutional rights to reasonable bail.”

According to the criminal complaint filed in Marion County Magistrate Court by Sgt. Adam Scott of the West Virginia State Police, Maclucky allegedly conducted sexual relationships with two young girls, victims one and two (now 14 and 13), most recently at the home of the 14-year-old victim’s grandmother in Barrackville.

Maclucky had allegedly had physical relationships with the older victim in 2012, when she was 13, from March to December 2012 at the Kingwood Pike residence at least five times.

On Feb. 1, when victim two was spending the night at the Barrackville home of victim one’s grandmother, Maclucky allegedly entered their bedroom and attempted physical relationships with both victims. Victim one told Scott that she and Maclucky had had relations at her grandmother’s house once before, in addition to several other times at her residence.

Maclucky has been housed at the North Central Regional Jail on $300,000 bond.

Anderson said the defendant has been charged with eight similar counts (“same victims, same circumstances,” he said) in Monongalia County, where his bond is $80,000.

 

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