Kenneth Bowen III was indicted Wednesday on 60 counts by a Clayton County grand jury.

Clayton grand jury returns 60-count indictment against accused serial rapist

The Clayton County District Attorney’s office on Wednesday announced a grand jury has returned a 60-count indictment against a one-time police recruit accused of serial rape.

Kenneth Bowen III has been indicted on seven counts of rape, five counts of aggravated sodomy and six counts of armed robbery, among other charges, District Attorney Tasha Mosley’s office said in a release. 

The indictment covers nine dates of different incidents, the release said. 

Bowen, who was temporarily employed by the Clayton County Police Department in summer 2018, was arrested this past August after allegedly committing rapes dating back to 2015. 

Bowen was also indicted on eight counts of false imprisonment, 16 counts of aggravated assault, one count of attempted rape and one count of first degree cruelty to children. 

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