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Written by Nicole Schaefer   
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A trial date has been set for June 5, 2017 in the case of The State of Texas vs. Jalynn Leon Dunn (25) of Teague who was charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child – Family Violence and Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact.
Dunn was arrested in September of last year following an investigation by Teague Police Department on accusations of sexual assault of a thirteen year old female family member.
Dunn was booked into Freestone County Jail on a $50,000 bond; and he is not allowed to have any communication or contact with the victim.
During the Arraignment Hearing, Dunn was formally charged by the court; and pled ‘not guilty’ to both.
Defense Attorney on the case, Steve A. Keathley, has filed two motions on Dunn’s behalf; a Motion for Discovery and a Motion for Appointment of an Investigator.
The Motion for Discovery will allow the Defense to review any & all evidence in the State’s possession; any & all Child Protective Services (CPS) records; and any & all Child Advocacy Center (CAC) records, including, but not limited to, the investigation video.
A Motion for Appointment of an Investigator was requested to make sure numerous witnesses are interviewed; and the Defense has specifically requested Larry Warren as Investigator.
A hearing will be scheduled to review these motions for approval or denial. That date has not been set as of press time.
Pretrial is scheduled for February 27th, followed by a status hearing on March 27th, and trial on June 5th.
The ‘Times’ will keep you up-to-date on the status of this case.