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Fayetteville man charged with sex crimes against teen

Posted March 24, 2010

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— Cumberland County sheriff’s detectives charged a Fayetteville man on Tuesday with multiple sex crimes involving a 14-year old girl.

Donald Martin, 40, who says he is homeless, was charged with taking indecent liberties with a child, sexual activity by a substitute parent and statutory sex offense against a minor.

Investigators say he was involved in inappropriate behavior with the girl between June 10 and June 30, 2009.

Martin is being held in the Cumberland County Detention Center under a $100,000 bond. He will make a first appearance in the Detention Center Courtroom at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.


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  • theuglytruth Mar 25, 2010

    Just a little insite... his girlfriend knew everything that had been going on and the police have had statements from a few people regarding this situation. They have been dealing with court and visitation for a few months now. He had been running and hidding from the law as well as stalking the children and family they had been staying with. As far as Im concerned she should be charged with just as much as he is seeing how he was living with her and she choose him over her own daughter and the safety of her family. To top it off not only has this just happened it had been going on since she was 11.

  • fredcurley Mar 24, 2010

    Subsitute parent, Guess he was left alone with his G/F daughter, last June 2009. What took so long? Guess the mother was totally unaware?. He is homeless? Must have thrown his butt out...

  • working for deadbeats Mar 24, 2010

    I bet he wears white Reebok high-tops, black jeans and 80's hair band shirts.

  • SM Mar 24, 2010

    I love stories like this where they post the picture and the guy totally looks the part. I see him and I think "Yep, can totally see it." Is that bad?

  • mad_dash Mar 24, 2010

    Guess he isnt homeless anymore.. we will all pay for him some place to live now..