Banker accused of raping boy will stand trial
A banking executive accused of having sex with an underage boy on a beach has been committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court.
Paul Lewis, 37, of Yamacraw Shores, was committed to stand trial when he appeared before Magistrate Ambrose Armbrister on a charge of unlawful sexual intercourse.
Prosecutors alleged that Lewis had sex with a boy of 14 in February.
Lewis will enter a plea to the charge at his arraignment before Justice Bernard Turner on May 10.
Another man accused of the statutory rape of a teenage girl was also committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court.
Ashley Moss, 30, of Armbrister Street, is accused of two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse.
Prosecutors say that Moss raped the 15-year-old girl in December 2017 and January 2018.
Moss will also be arraigned before Turner on May 10.
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