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Cary man accused of sex with 14-year-old

Posted February 3, 2014

Billy Ryan Hobock

A Cary man faces two charges of statutory rape and one count of indecent liberties with a child after being accused of having sex with a 14-year-old girl.

Bill Ryan Hobock, 20, of 115 Calebra Way, was arrested Friday on the charges, which according to an arrest warrant stem from alleged offenses that occurred between Dec. 19 and Jan. 5.

Hobock was listed as being in the Wake County jail Monday morning, when he was also expected to make his first court appearance.

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  • AtALost Feb 5, 2014

    "how do we know she didn't say she was older? "

    You don't. All parents should warn their sons of this possibility. I doubt it will become common, but men should require a text giving consent and take a picture of the person's ID before anything sexual takes place. Otherwise, they may be in a similar situation since many men take advantage of situations and force themselves on women.

  • death from above Feb 5, 2014

    The truth of this is the law says he is to old and she is to young. It is true all the facts are not in But in the eyes of the Law any other facts do not matter. Unless the claims are untrue. and then i would bet that the system does not want to here that.
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  • sinew1 Feb 3, 2014

    there's more to this story than meets the eye...only two people completely know the truth. One thing is for sure, this young man is labeled for the rest of his life.

  • dwr1964 Feb 3, 2014

    these kind of cases are very delicate. Right now it's he said, she said. The bad fact is that all a female has to do is scream rape, and the man is in jail instantly. If a man screams rape, he gets laughed out of the police station. Maybe she got mad at this guy and wanted to get him good. Maybe he is guilty. Maybe.....

  • sceeter Feb 3, 2014

    "MissB Feb 3, 12:32 p.m.
    I never jump to conclusions on this type of thing. She was 14 and he was 20, how do we know she didn't say she was older? We don't know all the details and this kind of charge could ruin a persons life if convicted."

    Uhm so, it's the 14yo girl's fault that the 20yo dude approached her -- in a supposed illegal manner (cause he is innocent until proven guilty)?

    Uhm... that is like saying that a woman who dresses in a certain way or acts in a certain manner - and who is raped - is guilty. She may have enticed, sure, but if she screamed - repeated and hollered NO NO and the rapist just ignored...

    and then there is the date-rape situations....

    or the men who note that some young girls are "more mature" in the behavior and speech...

    for Jimmy Cricket's sake....

  • lewiskr45 Feb 3, 2014

    View quoted thread



    Doesn't mean he didn't break the law, ignorance is not an excuse.

  • MissB Feb 3, 2014

    I never jump to conclusions on this type of thing. She was 14 and he was 20, how do we know she didn't say she was older? We don't know all the details and this kind of charge could ruin a persons life if convicted.