Cassville man charged with statutory rape
Suspect was victim in alleged shooting in October 2019
A Cassville man has been issued a warrant for his arrest on a charge of first-degree statutory rape.
Kyle Glenn, 34, of Cassville, is charged with the single felony and a bond of $100,000, cash only, has been set.
According to a probable cause statement filed by Abby Parsons, Deputy with the Barry County Sheriff’s Office, the alleged crime took place on or before Aug. 23, 2019, at a home on Farm Road 2200 in Barry County.
Glenn allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse with a female less than 15 years of age at the time, once at a home on Farm Road 1170 and twice at the home on Farm Road 2200.
The victim is currently pregnant, and Glenn is allegedly still in contact with the victim and is planning on running away with her when the baby is born.
Glenn has a criminal history, according to the statement, and a history of failing to appear in court.
Glenn was also a victim in an alleged crime in October 2019, where he and another man were shot near a home on Farm Road 2200. After that incident, Glenn was treated at a hospital in Rogers, Ark., and interviewed by Benton County, Ark., detectives, where he gave directions to the alleged shooter’s residence.