Former Jasper High School athlete Terrien Collins has been indicted by the Sabine County Grand Jury on two felony charges. According to District Attorney Kevin Dutton, Collins, age 18, faces charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child and unlawful restraint.

Collins has been out of jail on a $100,000.00 bond following his arrest in April after Pineland Police said that a 14-year-old girl accused Collins and a 14-year-old boy of sexually assaulting her in a car.

An arrest affidavit filed by Pineland Police said that an officer went to the location where the alleged crime occurred and found two used condoms on the ground, which have been sent to a state lab for DNA testing. There's no word yet on whether results from those tests have returned.

An indictment by the Grand Jury does not mean that the person named in the indictment is guilty of a crime. Instead, it indicates that Grand Jurors feel that enough evidence exists to merit a trial.


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