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PTC man arrested in rape of 15 year-old

Twenty year-old Peachtree City resident Michael Long has been charged with the Sept. 19 rape of a 15 year-old Peachtree City girl. The incident occurred as the girl was sleeping in a tent in the backyard of a residence where she had attended a party.

On September 20 at approximately 4 p.m. the Peachtree City Police Department was notified by Piedmont Fayette Hospital that a 15 year-old juvenile victim was at their facility, and was alleging that she had been raped during the early morning hours at a home in Peachtree City, said Peachtree City Police spokesperson Rosanna Dove.

Dove said an investigation was conducted and it was determined that on Sept. 19 the juvenile was at a party at 113 Ridgeview off Stevens Entry in Glenloch Village Peachtree City where alcohol was provided.

Dove said the juvenile had attempted to go to sleep in a tent in the back yard of the residence when Long is alleged to have entered the tent and raped the juvenile victim.

Long was charged with felony rape, simple battery and additional sexual-related offenses, Dove said.

Also charged with misdemeanor furnishing alcohol to a person under age 21 were Elizabeth Wages, 20, and Terrance Ray Nunn, 29, both of Peachtree City.

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