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Josh McNary, linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts linebacker, West Point graduate, and member of the National Guard, has been charged with rape. Prior to signing with the Colts in 2013, was the Army’s career leader in sacks & tackles for loss.
Marion County prosecutors have filed three charges against McNary: rape, criminal confinement, and battery.
According to IndyStar:
“The 29-year-old woman told police that a man she met at a Downtown bar after a long night of drinking [on December 1, 2014] took her to his apartment and raped her. According to a probable cause affidavit, the two ended up in a bedroom, where the man tried to kiss her face and neck. The woman said he got upset and became aggressive after she turned down his advances. ‘He scared me, intimidated me and scared me,’ the woman told detectives. Documents said the woman scratched the man’s neck, face, back and shoulder during a fight that occurred before the alleged rape. The woman said she told the man multiple times to stop. The woman later sneaked out of the apartment while the man was in the bathroom. She told police she ended up taking the man’s cellphone because she couldn’t find hers.”
McNary has been ordered not to have any contact with the victim and must wear an electronic ankle bracelet. He is due back in court for a pre-trial hearing on March 11, 2015.
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