20 Year Old Man Arrested for Raping a Minor

In the early morning hours of Monday, May 23rd, 2011, a juvenile female reported to DeFuniak Springs Police that she was sexually battered by 20 year old, Terrell Devon Williams of DeFuniak Springs.

The juvenile victim accompanied Williams back to his residence after meeting him at a special function being held in Walton County.

She reportedly advised Williams that she did not want to have sex with him. Williams allegedly forced himself upon her at approximately 10PM on Sunday night.

Officers were able to locate and detain Williams for questioning.

He later confessed to having sexual intercourse with the victim without her consent.

Williams was arrested and transported to the Walton County Department of Corrections.

He is currently being held for first appearance.

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  • by justice Location: defuniak springs on May 24, 2011 at 08:19 PM
    My stepdaughter was raped by the individual when she was 15 and he was 18, we called the sheriffs department, the deputy said that nothing could be done since she was almost 16, so did the second deputy that we called out to our house.
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      by Ralph's wife on May 25, 2011 at 04:10 AM in reply to justice
      Justice, maybe if you come forward now and explain this to the law about this individual. Maybe he can be charged with a second rape. I don't care if your stepdaughter was 15 minutes from being 16 years old, no is no and if he went ahead with his wishes to have sex, it's rape. Her being sixteen years old does not mean that she can't say she was raped. Go down to D.C.F. and explain this to them, He can still be charged because she was raped.
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      by Krystal on Sep 13, 2011 at 09:04 PM in reply to justice
      I hope you got the names of the officers that informed you your minor was not going to be protected by our justice system. They should be held accountable for letting this man walk free so that he may act out this violent crime again. I have a very young daughter and too often I see the criminal walk free because our justice system is "bound" by so much red-tape. If anyone touches my daughter in an untoward manner I garauntee I will be handing out some JUSTICE of my own. I feel your pain all too well.
  • by Ralph's wife Location: Florida on May 24, 2011 at 10:45 AM
    The young are so naive. We grown ups need to teach our children to never go anywhere with a grown man or woman, that they've just met. Or anybody for that matter. It is a big No. You never know what someone is capable of till you're alone with them.Then it is often to late.
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      by Krystal on Sep 13, 2011 at 09:09 PM in reply to Ralph's wife
      If only it were the strangers we only had to look out for. I grew up in a poor household on many different bad sides of town. There were many times when I was a young girl that I was in the company of less than desirable people. However, the person that I should have been able to trust in those young fragile years, my stepdad, was the one who betrayed that trust in man. We can't teach our children to fear everyone, we can only give them the tools they need to make the best choices for themselves. If they can do that they can do anything.
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