Alleged offenders arrested in Roane

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By Damon Lawrence

A man accused of sex crimes in Georgia was arrested in Rockwood last Friday.
City police went with the U.S. Marshals Service to a bakery to arrest William Bradley Jones, who was wanted for aggravated sodomy and aggravated child molestation.
Jones, 22, was arrested and taken to the Roane County Jail.
His home address in police and jail records was listed as 630 N. Front St., Rockwood. 
The crimes Jones allegedly committed occurred over the summer in Woodstock, Ga.
The alleged victim was 15.
Charles Daniel Mullins, a registered sex offender with a lengthy rap sheet, was arrested again this past weekend. It was for a court hold, according to jail records.
Mullins was convicted of criminal attempt to commit rape in Cumberland County in 2005. He was sentenced to community supervision for life and ordered to wear a GPS tracking unit.
He was arrested on Sept. 10 for allegedly removing the device. According to jail records, he was incarcerated for 58 days before his release on Nov. 6.
During that jail stint, he was charged with violation of probation and indicted in connection with a rape that allegedly occurred in March.
The charge Mullins faces for allegedly removing his tracking device was bound over to the grand jury on Monday, according to court records.