Clarke Co. Man Charged with Rape, Sodomy

Clarke Co. Man Charged with Rape, Sodomy

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CLARKE COUNTY, Alabama -

The Clarke County Sheriff's Department Criminal Investigation Unit has arrested Jamie Lambert of the Whatley Alabama Community after he was allegedly raping and sodomizing two small children.

The children disclosed last week with a family friend that over the last 2 years, Jamie has been sexually abusing the two siblings ages 7 and 8 years old at their home in Whatley.

Warrants were signed on Jamie after the children disclosed at a Forensic Interview with a Child Advocacy Center.

Sheriff Ray Norris stated that his Chief Investigator Ron Baggette has been investigating this offense over the last couple of weeks and was able to bring charges on Jamie on Friday August 9, 2013.

On Monday August 12, 2013, Chief Investigator Baggette, the United States Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, and members of the State of Alabama Agricultural and Rural Crimes Unit went to Jamie's mothers residence in the Whatley area and was able to arrest Jamie and he was brought to the Clarke County Jail.

Jamie was charged with Rape 1st degree and Sodomy 1st degree.

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