Court Date set for Police Employee Charged with Sexual Assault

Troy Allen Curtis, 49, will be facing Judge William "Beau" McCain on Jan. 29 in Douglas County Superior Court on seven counts of sexual assault and one count of theft by taking.

Troy Allen Curtis, 49, will be facing Judge William "Beau" McCain on Jan. 29 in on seven counts of sexual assault and one count of theft by taking. Curtis was in court this morning and was re-arraigned.

Assistant District Attorney Jeff Gore will be handling that case, according to an email from the Douglas County District Attorney's Office.

Curtis was a non-certified employee assigned to do maintenance in the when he was arrested for sexually assaulting a female inmate under his supervision, according to an article in the Douglas County Sentinel.

"The victim reportedly told investigators about six incidents where there was a physical relationship between the two," according to Sentinel. "The first incident allegedly occurred in the men’s locker room on the third or fourth day she was a trustee. The other incidents allegedly occurred on the firing range, in the range stairwell, the mailroom/classroom, the Special Operations rest room and the classroom."

Rudy Preston March 01, 2012 at 11:14 PM
Not Guilty on all Sexual Assault !!!!!!! Charges !!!!!!!!! Now Jump on that as Quickly as you jumped on Slandering Mr Curtis Name !!!!!!!! City of D-Ville P.D. and Chris Womack should be ashamed ! RLP
john smith March 02, 2012 at 09:08 PM
Slander.....wtf, you of all people should know his past, you both brag to each other. How many times did he cheat on his wife, or any of the supposed serious relationships he was in? But I bet they got him for being a dumbass and stealing chips and cookies from the p.d.
john smith March 05, 2012 at 01:52 AM
By the way he was acquitted of the charges not found not guilty, there's a big difference. He also denied stealing the chips and cookies till they told him they had it on video, you as ex-atlanta police should know the difference.
NotAVictim December 13, 2012 at 09:52 PM
It has been almost a year and this trial will haunt me for a lifetime. I did things with him that I am very ashamed of but at least I owned up to it. And while everyone has bashed me and slandered MY NAME, they don't know the facts. The investigators came to me and I NEVER wanted to testify against this man reguardless. I wanted to put it behind me. Thanks to those who defended me...and a SPECIAL THANK YOU to the Douglas County sentinel for RELEASING MY NAME to the public. Hope u got your story!! I will always have this over my head!


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