EM man charged with sexual assault of a child


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Originally Posted Online: Nov. 16, 2012, 6:48 pm
Last Updated: Nov. 17, 2012, 12:07 am
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An East Moline man has been charged with four counts of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child and one count of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

Andrew Russell Hay, 29,is a registered sexual predator who by law must register with police every 90 days, according to a Moline Police Department news release.

Moline police reported they were notified of a sexual assault Thursday when the juvenile victim was receiving care at Genesis Illini Campus.Police learned the assault had taken place earlier that day at a Moline residence.

After locating the suspect and determining the victim had been assaulted more than once, the information was presented to the Rock Island County State's Attorney's Office and Mr. Hay was arrested.

Mr. Hay is being held at the Rock Island County Jail on a $500,000 bond.












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