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Police charge Saudi flight student with sodomy

Posted on 31 December 2010 by hashimilion

Enterprise police arrested a 22-year-old Saudi Arabian flight student and charged him with sodomizing another man.

Capt. Mike Lolley said police arrested Talal Mohammed Alkharraz on Wednesday and charged him with felony first-degree sodomy.

Lolley said Alkharraz is a Saudi flight student at Fort Rucker.

Jenny Stripling, a public information officer for Fort Rucker, said in an e-mail that there are 120 international flight students at Fort Rucker.

Alkharraz is being held at the Coffee County Jailwithout bond. Court records indicate Alkharraz lives on Fryer Street at Fort Rucker.

Lolley said the sexual assault allegedly happened at a third person’s home during the middle of last week. He said the victim is an adult man. Lolley said there was no weapon used during the sexual assault. He saidAlkharraz and the victim are acquaintances.

Coffee County District Attorney Gary McAliley said alcohol was a factor. He also said Alkharraz has denied any wrongdoing to police.

Court records indicate police charged Alkharraz with sodomizing a man who was incapable of consenting by reason of being either physically or mentally incapacitated.

Court records also indicate District Court Judge Paul Sherling granted Alkharraz a bond on Wednesday with several conditions that included he surrender his passport, that he may be released on a $1,000 bond and be fitted with an ankle monitor.

But McAliley said agents with the U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) have a hold on Alkharraz at the Coffee County Jail after there was a report he planned to flee the country if he made bond in the case.

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