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Men indicted for child rape

James Ray Newton, Junior (Source: Colquitt Co. Sheriff) James Ray Newton, Junior (Source: Colquitt Co. Sheriff)
Arthur Shannon Mullis (Source: Colquitt Co. Sheriff) Arthur Shannon Mullis (Source: Colquitt Co. Sheriff)

July 6, 2005

Moultrie- A grand jury indicted two South Georgia men for raping a six-year-old girl.

Twenty-nine-year-old James Ray Newton, Junior of Moultrie is charged with rape, child molestation, aggravated sodomy, and incest.

Twenty-three-year-old  Arthur Shannon Mullis of Hartsfield is charged with aggravated child molestation.

Both pleaded not guilty. The men are accused of raping the girl between July 2003, and November 2004.

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