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Man accused of sexually assaulting 13-year old girl in court today

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Top row from left: Tyron Williams, Clarence Williams, Jacolby Williams. Bottom row from left: James Williams, Tommy Williams. (Photos via CSPD) Top row from left: Tyron Williams, Clarence Williams, Jacolby Williams. Bottom row from left: James Williams, Tommy Williams. (Photos via CSPD)
COLORADO SPRINGS -

One of the men accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl in Colorado Springs was back in court Tuesday.

Jacolby Williams trial is now set for March 5. He's accused of taking part in the sex assault of a girl at the Stony Brook apartments on Tappan Drive in 2016. 

CSPD detectives investigated the assault and arrested six suspects, identified as 19-year-old Jacolby Williams, 18-year-old Clarence Williams, 19-year-old Tommy Williams, 18-year-old Tyron Williams, 19-year-old James Williams, and a 16-year-old male.

Police have confirmed that some of the suspects are related, but it is unknown whether or not all of them are. Three of them will be sentenced over the next few weeks.

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