A man from Cumming has now been formally charged by the Superior Court of Forsyth County for alleged sexual attacks on two females, which authorities say took place in May and July of 2018.
Nicholas Jordan Elliott Baglio, 25, of Cumming, was indicted by a grand jury on Dec. 10, for felony counts of rape, statutory rape, aggravated child molestation and two counts of aggravated sexual battery.
Baglio was originally arrested on July 25, after a juvenile told adults she had allegedly been restrained and sexually assaulted by him, authorities said at the time of his arrest.
In Baglio’s indictment, details of two alleged assaults in May and July of 2018 are laid out, one incident allegedly against a person under 16 and the other against a related female.
This case will be presided over by Chief Superior Court Judge Jeffrey S. Bagley and will be prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Courtney Moore.
Defense attorney A.J. Richman, who will represent Baglio at trial, declined to comment for the FCN.
Baglio is currently being held in the Forsyth County Jail on a bond of $220,020.
Other Forsyth County Superior Court indictments for December include:
• Nicholas Andrew Tanner, 20, has been indicted on serious felony and misdemeanor charges including two counts for possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony, sale of marijuana, possession of methylphenidate, possession of methylphenidate with the intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug related objects.
• Jerry Michael Croy, 32, of Forsyth County has been indicted on counts of rape and burglary in the first degree. Croy was arrested on Oct. 3, 2018 after he allegedly burgled a north Forsyth home and raped the home’s owner, authorities stated at the time.
• Eric Bernard Clark, 55, has been indicted on one felony count of aggravated assault. According to his indictment, Clark is accused of assaulting another male on May 14, 2016, allegedly using a knife to cause “serious bodily injury” to the hand and neck of that person.
• Sean Paul Bilodeau, 28, has been indicted on one felony count of serious injury by vehicle and three misdemeanor counts, including reckless driving, driving too fast for conditions and failure to maintain lane. His indictment states that on Dec. 17, 2016, Bilodeau allegedly caused bodily harm to another person and rendering her spine useless by driving in a “reckless manner.”
• Charles Patrick Hamrick, 49, of Forsyth County has been indicted on one count of child molestation. Hamrick was arrested by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office in late August for an incident that allegedly involved “an immoral and indecent act” done in the presence of a child under the age of 16.