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Two Army recruiters accused of unlawful sex with a minor

Posted on Thursday, December 18th, 2014 at 6:45 pm    

Two United States Army recruiters, 30-year-old Christopher Glenn Doner and 33-year-old John Back, were accused of having sexual contact with an underage student they met while recruiting at a high school in Osceola County in Florida, WKMG reported on December 2.

Police investigators have accused Doner and Back of engaging in sexual relations with a 17-year-old student they met while trying to recruit cadets at Harmony High School over a period of several months.

Moving forward, neither man will participate in recruiting students until the results of the investigation have been determined, according to an Army spokesman. The agency will perform their own investigation into the incident.

The criminal defense attorney at the Flaherty Defense Firm in Fort Walton Beach represents military members and others who have been accused of committing a crime. As charges like this can greatly affect your personal and professional career, it is critical that you enlist diligent, experienced representation to fight on behalf of your rights and interests. Call the Flaherty Defense Firm at (850) 243-6097 today to learn about your options.

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