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Forcible sodomy charges filed against several Newton County Jail prisoners; two accused murderers among the charged

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Bryant Sykes, Jr. (left) and Damon Williams Bryant Sykes, Jr. (left) and Damon Williams
Nathaniel Norris Nathaniel Norris
Samuel Hughes Samuel Hughes
Damien Doxley Damien Doxley
Forcible sodomy charges are filed against several prisoners at the Newton County jail.

26-year-old Bryant Sykes, Junior, and 23-year-old Damon Williams are accused of sexually assaulting another inmate in late March.  The Newton County prosecutor has charged them with forcible sodomy.

Williams is in jail facing a first degree murder charge after police say he killed a man outside the Jukebox nightclub in Joplin back in 2012.

Sykes, Junior is accused of murdering his girlfriend's 18-month-old daughter.

20-year-old Nathaniel Norris and 25-year-old Samuel Hughes are also accused of forcible sodomy in a separate incident that also allegedly took place in March at the county jail.

36-year-old Damien Doxley was charged with forcible sodomy after police say he assaulted another prisoner in January.
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