News, Politics, and Culture from 14895

Springer Spaniel Sunset by Jenna Keefer

Roulette, Pennsylvania man charged with child abuse, assault, corruption, and endangerment

Share:

Jacob James Tarr held in jail on $100,000 bail

Michael T. Baldwin reports,

A Potter County man is in jail on $100,000 cash bail after Coudersport-based State Police charged him with allegedly committing crimes against children. Troopers said they arrested Jacob James Tarr, 30, of Roulette and charged him felony first-degree statutory sexual assault, felony second-degree aggravated indecent assault involving a victim under the age of 16, felony corruption of minors, misdemeanor indecent assault involving a victim less than 16 and child endangerment.

Arraigned in District Court by Judge Robert Repard he was remanded to jail. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for December 26th. The crimes allegedly occurred on December 15th in Roulette Township. 

Previous Article

SUNY Alfred to see over two million in federal grants

Next Article

Op-Ed: Schumer visited every county in New York, but should visit US border

You may also like