Tyler Graham has been taken into custody Friday after it was revealed he violated his bond.
Hancock County Prosecutor Jim Davis filed a motion to have 19-year-old Tyler Graham's bond revoked for being in the vicinity of the victim's house.
Although Graham did not make any contact with the victim or anyone in the home, Davis still felt there was an intimidation factor.
"Just being in the presence or being in the vicinity of someone who is accused of a crime like this is often very troubling and disturbing to the witnesses in the case," says Davis.
The State called the victim's mother and grandfather to the stand who saw Graham's car pull up next to their house earlier this week. The next day the victim's mother filed for a protective order.
The defense asked Magistrate White to put a 500 feet restriction in place, however that was rejected and his bond was revoked.
Graham appeared in Magistrate Court Friday morning. He was taken to the West Virginia Regional Jail where he will stay until his probable cause hearing on March 29.
Before he was escorted out by officers, Graham had one last thing to say, "I did not mean to intimidate anybody."
The Weirton man arrested for giving a 2-year-old a sexually transmitted disease after allegedly raping her will be in court Friday morning.
Tyler Graham, 19, is expected to appear in Hancock County Magistrate Court.
He is facing the felony charge of sexual abuse by a person of trust to a minor. The baby he allegedly raped was his girlfriend's.
Last weekend, a rally was held by the group Anonymous in Hancock County in support of "Baby Jane."
Many were upset Graham had been released on bail, and say they are outraged by the case.
At the rally, money was collected to donate to the Comfort House in Weirton, which is part of the Hancock and Brooke Counties Child Advocacy Center.
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