Three facing charges in runaway case
Three Jamestown adults are facing charges related to a 16-year-old female runaway from Aberdeen, S.D., according to the Jamestown Police Department.
Kelly Joseph Rosemore, 27, 1014 16th St. N.E., Jamestown, has been charged with corruption of a minor, a Class C felony. He is accusing of engaging in a sexual act with a minor over the age of 15. Rosemore has also been charged with harboring a runaway juvenile and false report or information to law enforcement officer, Class A misdemeanors.
David Paul Floyd Brown, 28, and Megan Michelle Delaney, 22, both of 221 Seventh St. N.E., were each charged with harboring a runaway juvenile and false report or information to law enforcement officer, Class A misdemeanors.
According to Jamestown Police Chief Dave Donegan, on Dec. 20, the Jamestown Police Department was informed by the Aberdeen Police Department that a 16-year-old girl runaway from Aberdeen may be in Jamestown with a 27-year-old man named Kelly. The girl and the 27-year-old Jamestown man had been communicating through Facebook and MSN.
On Dec. 22, the investigation led to an address in Jamestown where the runaway girl might be located. A search of that location, 221 Seventh St. N.E., led to the girl being taken into custody after she was found hiding under insulation in the attic.
A Class C felony carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. A Class A misdemeanor carries a maximum sentence of one year in prison and a $2,000 fine.