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Brunswick Police Seek Child Molestation Suspect

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The Brunswick Police Department arrested two suspects in connection with a Statutory Rape and Child Molestation crime and are trying to locate a third suspect wanted in the case.

Detectives say the incidents occurred between 01/20/13 & 01/21/13 at the Sea Breeze Motel located on Hwy. 17 in Brunswick Georgia. The juvenile victim's names in this case are being withheld at this time.

Members of the Glynn/BrunswickViolent Crimes Task Force arrested 19 year old Malik Williams Wednesday. He was wanted on  two counts of Child Molestation. A second suspect, 21 year old Jerrell Williams turned himself in at the Glynn County Detention Center Wednesday evening. He was wanted on one charge of Statutory Rape and one count of Child Molestation.

A third suspect, 21 year old Dominique Holton, remains at large. Detectives say Holton is approximately 5-11 and 175 lbs. He is wanted on a charge of Child Molestation. His last known address is 2633 Cleburne St. and he may possibly be driving a blue or black Ford Expedition.

Anyone with information on Holton's whereabouts is asked to please contact the Criminal Investigative Division of the Brunswick Police Department at 912-267-5091, The Silent Witness Hotline at 912-267-5516 or email bpdtips@brunswickpolice.org. Police are urging people to avoid contact with Holton and simply call them right away.

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