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Spring Hill man accused of having sex with girl

BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County sheriff's deputies have arrested a Spring Hill man on four counts of sexual battery involving a girl between the ages of 12 and 18.

Michael Mcie, 24, is accused of performing sex acts on the mentally disabled girl for the past six months, according to the Hernando County Sheriff's Office. On at least four occasions over the past six months, authorities said, Mcie had sex with the girl at his home.

An unidentified witness told deputies she saw Mcie coming out of a bedroom on the night of Aug. 23 and reported her suspicions to another unidentified woman. Mcie admitted to deputies that he had sex with the girl that evening and "that there was a given understanding they would not tell anyone."

The girl also confirmed to deputies that she had sex with Mcie, according to the report.

Mcie was arrested Monday and remains at the Hernando County jail in lieu of bonds totalling $100,000 — or $25,000 per count. He has no prior criminal record in Hernando County.

Spring Hill man accused of having sex with girl 08/26/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, September 3, 2008 4:44pm]
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