A Yadkinville man is facing 43 counts of sex offense in a case involving a minor.
The Yadkinville Police Department announced Tuesday they have arrested Bobby Lee Davis, 39, of Hemlock Street in Yadkinville, and charged him. Detectives allege that Davis committed the offenses over a four-year period with a minor who lived in the home.
Davis was taken into custody on April 4, while the investigation continued, according to a release from the department.
Davis was charged with one count felony statutory rape of a child by an adult; four counts felony first-degree forcible sex offense; four counts felony rape of a child; four counts felony sex offense in parental role; four counts crime against nature; six counts felony statutory sex offense with a child by an adult; nine counts felony sexual act by a substitute parent/guardian; and 11 counts of felony first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
Davis was placed under secured bonds totaling $750,000 on April 9 pending his next court appearance on April 11.
Police continue their investigation and additional charges are expected, according to the release.