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North Carolina Police charged college student, 20, with statutory rape for relationship with 14-year-old boy

July 22, 2017  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
North Carolina Police charged college student, 20, with statutory rape for relationship with 14-year-old boy

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North Carolina authorities arrested a 20-year-old North Carolina woman who engaged in an illicit relationship with a 14-year-old boy on statutory rape charges.

Pender County Police booked Sneads Ferry resident Taylor Moseley, early this week for her involvement in a sexual relationship with the young teen.

According to the Star News, police booked Moseley, who worked at a bar in Surf City, on a litany of sex crime charges including, statutory rape, statutory sex offense, and indecent liberties with a child.

Police Chief Ron Shanahan told the Star News that the college student met the boy through a co-worker.

Police charged Moseley with statutory rape (PENDER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)

Shanahan added that police became aware of the relationship after the teen’s mom notified the Pender County Department of Social Services.

Moseley, who attends East Carolina University, turned herself in at the Pender County Courthouse in Burgaw after an arrest warrant had been issued by Surf City Police.

The Star News also reported that  Taylor Moseley has a separate case pending from a previous incident in her hometown of Onslow County, where she was arrested for speeding and consuming alcohol under the age of 21.

A Pender County judge set bond for Moseley at $225,000.

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