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Albany- A grand jury indicts James Clemmons for raping and molesting his 10 year old niece. His sister, mother, and her boyfriend were also indicted for giving false statements.

Investigators say Tara Clemmons, Teresa Clemmons, and Bunice Jones were in the home during the rape and lied to cover it up. Tara Clemmons is already facing charges for molesting her own son.

"It certainly concerns us when people engage in the same type of behavior that is so dangerous for children," said Assistant District Attorney Christopher Cohilas.

Tara Clemmons molestation trial is scheduled in two weeks.

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