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Cross Creek Student Forces Classmate to Perform Oral Sex at Gunpoint

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A Cross Creek High School student was armed with a BB gun on campus when he forced a 14-year-old classmate to perform oral sex on him last week, according to a warrant.

Darius Nathaniel Brown, 17, was charged Friday with weapons on school property and child molestation.

maxresdefault-3According to warrants, Brown brought the realistic-looking gun (like the one pictured here) and kept it in his gray 2007 Toyota Camry while parking at Cross Creek High School in Augusta. The gun is described as a black Umarex, model 4.5 mm BB gun.

At some point, Brown got a 14-year-old girl into his vehicle and threatened to shoot the girl “if she did not perform oral sex on him,” an arrest warrant says.

Brown was arrested Friday and remained Monday in the Richmond County Detention Center under no bond.

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Greg Rickabaugh is an award-winning crime reporter in the Augusta-Aiken area with experience writing for The Augusta Chronicle, The Augusta Press and serving as publisher of The Jail Report. Rickabaugh is a 1994 graduate of the University of South Carolina and has appeared on several crime documentaries on the Investigation Discovery channel.

6 COMMENTS

    • You nailed it Jack couldn’t agree with you more,he made his parents proud today ! What possess this type of behavior ? Poor parenting ,poor role models, rap music little or no family time, no family values, or morels and just a plain lack of BRAINS ,self control & good common sense ! I seriously hope the judge will exercise his/her good common sense and hit him with the maximum penalty allowable by law, the D.A.’s office is off to a good start by denying bond, wow, someone got it right ! ! !

    • You’re right Jo, but until we the voters( if it’s possible ) make “they / “them ” take true responsibility for their “misjudgment ” these type of crimes will continue , but wait till this happens to one of their loved ones and you will see how fast things change ! and they will be asking the same question “how /who let this vermin out so early ? Answer : some of your own kind sir, your own kind , sucks don’t it, sir ?

  1. Kinda wondering why Ms. Pringle hasn’t made a public comment , oh wait only if its something positive, this kind of negative publicity she has her subordinates answer questions from the media , wonder if she reached out to the victim and her family ?

  2. I hope the victim is given the proper counseling they will need. I know this is a traumatic experience to have to go through and can change/damage them for a long time. I hope the school will put in place some type of extra precautions as a result of this incident. I don’t know what the best course of action should be but ensuring the students feel safe at school and asking them what it will take for that to happen seems like a good start.

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