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Hearing Set for Men Charged in Alleged Rape

Hearing Set for Men Charged in Alleged Rape



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CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) -- Preliminary hearing has been set for Nov. 16 for three men who are charged along with a juvenile in the alleged gang rape of two women.

The men, who are all charged with two counts of first-degree-felony rape, are being held in the Iron County Jail and the juvenile is being held at the juvenile detention center.

Andy Gorecki, 21, also is charged with Class A misdemeanor giving false information to a police officer. Public Defender Bryan Jackson was appointed to represent him.

Daniel Provoste-Mitchell, 22, also is charged with two Class B misdemeanor counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He has retained attorney Willard Bishop.

Telerrence McIntyre, 21, will be represented by public defender William Leigh.

Bail for Provoste-Mitchell and McIntyre was set at $25,000 and that for Gorecki was set at $26,000.

The women said they were assaulted the night of Oct. 29 at a party at Provost-Mitchell's residence.

They said they were held down and forcibly raped by several men in a bedroom/bathroom area of the residence.

Police are investigated another case of a rape allegedly occurring at a party. Detective Sgt. Jerry Womack said the report was made Saturday by an 18-year-old woman. No additional information was released.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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