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PULASKI MAN CONVICTED OF RAPE FACES ADDITIONAL CHARGES
(SEP 1, 2014)  A PULASKI MAN CONVICTED OF RAPE IS FACING ADDITIONAL CHARGES.  ACCORDING TO A TENNESSEE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION PRESS RELEASE, ADDITIONAL INDICTMENTS HAVE BEEN OBTAINED FOR 83 YEAR-OLD MAURICE DALE MCALLISTER.  T-B-I SPECIAL AGENTS BEGAN INVESTIGATING MCALLISTER IN 2012 RESULTING IN A JURY CONVICTION IN 2013 FOR ONE COUNT OF RAPE.  HE WAS SENTENCED TO SERVE 12 YEARS IN PRISON.  AS PART OF THE CASE, INVESTIGATORS EXECUTED A SEARCH WARRANT AT MCALLISTER'S BIG DRY CREEK ROAD RESIDENCE.  DURING THE SEARCH, AUTHORITIES DISCOVERED SEVERAL PIECES OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE CLASSIFIED AS CHILD PORNOGRAPHY.  IN MAY, THE GILES COUNTY GRAND JURY RETURNED INDICTMENTS FOR MCALLISTER CHARGING HIM WITH 5 COUNTS OF ESPECIALLY AGGRAVATED EXPLOITATION OF A MINOR.  ON FRIDAY, HE WAS SERVED WITH THE CHARGES AND REMAINS IN THE CUSTODY OF THE TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS.  MCALLISTER IS CURRENTLY AWAITING TRIAL ON 17 ADDITIONAL CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE CASE INCLUDING AGGRAVATED RAPE AND SEXUAL BATTERY.