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Posted by on Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 @ 11:55 am.

Jordan McGuire

Jordan McGuire

LARAMIE, Wyoming---A former local man has been arrested in Wyoming for running afoul of the law in the same manner the Midwest states couldn't do anything about when they charged him.

Jordan McGuire, 27, who was first charged with sexual misbehavior in Saline County in 2007 in an article we covered in the May 2011 edition (because of some alleged misdoings in the case as it pertained to the state's attorney's office), was later charged in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, in 2012, when he was a music teacher at Harrison High School.

There, it was alleged that McGuire had given alcohol to an 18-year-old student, then performed a sex on him against his will.

However, McGuire took it to a jury, and this past summer, he was acquitted on the charge.

Now, he's up on a charge of First Degree Sexual Assault in Laramie, where he apparently moved after the jury decided in his favor.

The problem here is that Jackson County, Illinois--specifically, the city of Carbondale--had also had a case opened against the man, but it went nowhere. And that's now four cases of sexual misconduct, this against someone who by profession is around young people, some of them of the age of consent, some of them not, but all of them prey for a predator...if only someone could get such a charge against McGuire to stick.

McGuire is being held on a $100,000 bond in Wyoming, with a first appearance scheduled for today...we'll keep you posted.

Short URL: https://www.disclosurenewsonline.com/?p=57258

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