Timeline of Northeast High School Rape Case | Crime
Here is the timeline on the alleged Northeast High School rape case:
Thursday, Jan. 19, A Northeast High student is raped between 1 and 3 p.m., according to arrest warrants in the case.
Friday, Jan. 20, The student reports the alleged rape to Macon police, according to police.
Monday, Jan. 23, Greg Watkins and Antonio Jackson arrested.
Macon City Council member Henry Ficklin discusses the arrests at a Macon City Hall forum
Tuesday, Jan. 24, Ashley Clark and Jimmy McKnight arrested.
A school district statement released after the arrests says"campus police are investigating a possible sexual assault that may have occurred at Northeast High School on Thursday, January 19, 2012. As this is an open and ongoing investigation, we cannot comment any further on the incident."
Friday, Jan. 27, Bibb County Magistrate Court releases arrest warrants on the four rape suspects.
Northeast parents and students tell 13WMAZ that the school should have notified them of the alleged rape.
Saturday, Jan. 28, A Macon police release says the alleged rape was first reported to them, but Bibb County Board of Education Police Chief Stephanie Prater says their department would handle the case.
Monday, Jan. 30, The school district declines to release an incident report on the alleged rape. School board lawyer Randy Howard says he doesn't have the report yet and must review it before release.
Tuesday, Jan. 31, Macon Police Chief Mike Burns says parents would have been notified of the alleged rape if Macon police were handling the case.
Supt. Romain Dallemand announces he will hold a 3 p.m. news conference in the case.