WARNER ROBINS -- A Warner Robins man is accused of inappropriately touching two women and taking nude pictures of them on his cell phone while they were passed out from drinking, police said.
Jordan Thomas Monarch, 24, has been charged with one count each of misdemeanor sexual battery and felony eavesdropping/surveillance/intercepting communications. The alleged separate incidents took place in residential settings, said Tabitha Pugh, public information officer for Warner Robins police.
The women knew Monarch, Pugh said. They were not physically hurt, she said.
Monarch, who is free on bond after his July 19 arrest, declined comment by telephone Wednesday.
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He is a member of the 78th Security Forces Squadron at Robins Air Force Base, stated a Warner Robins police incident report released Wednesday. The squadron’s duties include police service, pass and registration and the visitor control center.
A representative of the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations asked Warner Robins police to examine a cell phone, the incident report stated.
“Subsequent to this cell phone examination, evidence was obtained related to the charges,” the report stated.
Base spokeswoman Capt. Pamela Stauffer said she could only confirm that Monarch was active duty and referred comment to Pugh.
Anyone who may have more information about the incidents or any other possible incidents involving Monarch is asked to contact Warner Robins police Lt. Brian Smith at (478) 929-6913. Information can also be submitted by texting the tip to CRIMES (274637) and including keyword WRPD in the body of the text.
To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-2559.