Fort Mill teen accused of sexual conduct at football game

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comNovember 27, 2013 


— A Fort Mill teenager turned himself in to police on Tuesday after authorities issued warrants accusing him of inappropriately touching three underage girls at a Fort Mill High School football game several weeks ago.

Jeffrey Morgan Davis, 17, is currently held at the York County Detention Center on a $30,000 bond. He is charged with three counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, a law that covers sexual contact or inappropriate touching between a victim under 16 and a suspect over 14.

On Nov. 8, police were notified about an assault at a Fort Mill High School football game, according to a Fort Mill Police report. The victims, all girls age 14 and 15, were allegedly forcibly touched by Davis.

“The charges were brought as a result of what is classified as forcible fondling of the victims,” said Major Bryan Zachary with the Fort Mill Police Department. “No other apparent” criminal sexual conduct acts occurred in connection with the incident.

On Tuesday, Davis walked into the police station, where three warrants were served on him, the report states.

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