Waco repeat offender indicted again this time for theft

Thursday, April 4, 2013 - 12:35pm

An 11 time convicted felon has been indicted again, after being acquitted in late January of sexually assaulting a homeless woman. This time, it’s on felony theft charges.

Jeffrey Glenn Bolton, 50, was acquitted by the 54th State District Court on January 30, 2013 of sexual assault, after being held in jail on the charge for more than a year. Lack of DNA evidence was the reason cited for dropping the charges against Bolton.

According to police, the female victim identified Bolton as her attacker in a photo lineup. The woman reportedly told police she was walking near a creek in Clay Park December 29, 2012 when Bolton pulled her onto a nearby mattress, covered her mouth and attacked her.

After she was examined at a hospital detectives sent a sexual assault exam kit to the DPS for analysis.

Bolton did not testify in the trial, but maintained that charges brought against him were inaccurate.
Bolton was indicted on the enhanced felony theft charges on Wednesday. The charge was enhanced because of Bolton’s prior convictions.


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