Fort Loudon Man Arrested for Sexual Assault


On Monday, August 1st, Pennsylvania State Police responded to a domestic assault incident that occurred in Fort Loudon. The victim was interviewed by police who alleged that she was sexually assaulted and choked. She had visible bruises on her body.

Her former partner, Terrance Maurice Curley was subsequently charged with felony rape, forcible compulsion, felony strangulation, felony sexual assault, and misdemeanor assault.

During the interview, the victim alleged that a socket wrench was thrown at her, and bruising was visible. The victim said that Curley had a history of domestic abuse against her and told police he allegedly “told her something to the effect that she was his ‘property’.”

In interviews with police Curley told police the sex was consensual and that the two had a complicated relationship.

Curley is free on $50,000 unsecured bail. A preliminary hearing is set for August 16.


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