Rape suspect gets no bond

Mobile County

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A man accused of rape last week in Mobile will stay behind bars. A bond hearing was held Monday morning for 44-year old Che’ Marks. A judge ordered him to be held without bond. Friday officers arrested Marks and accused him of raping a woman. Today in court prosecutors claimed he stunned the victim with a taser before the sexual assault. 

He’s also accused of raping a woman on Christmas Eve. Marks was ordered to have no contact with the victims.

In court Monday it was revealed Marks was previously convicted of the rape of a juvenile. That verdict was overturned twice and was then turned into an assault case. Marks was sentenced but was paroled after a year.  

“He is a danger to our community clearly. He was released on parole in August and now we have two new rape victims in Mobile County,” said Assistant District Attorney Tandice Hogan.

Marks will have a hearing to determine whether he violated the terms of his parole.

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