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Mansfield native accused of raping 3-year-old child

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 6/26/2013

A $100,000 cash bond has been set for a Mansfield native charged with raping a 3-year-old child.
  

Tylei Hatcher, 22, is in the Hamiliton County Justice Center in Cincinnati. He was arraigned Monday.
 

According to court documents the alleged incident happened at Hatcher's apartment on Saturday and he was arrested Sunday.
 

According to Hatcher's Facebook page, he attended Mansfield Senior High School and is currently majoring in middle childhood education at the University of Cincinnati.
 

Hatcher waived his preliminary hearing and his case has been bound over to the July grand jury.

   
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