A Mecklenburg judge on Monday refused to reduce the $423,000 bond for a former police officer charged with sexually assaulting three women.
“The court will not increase the bonds or reduce them,” District Judge Hugh Lewis said during a bond hearing for former Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Officer Marcus Jackson.
Jackson, 25, has been charged with sexually assaulting three women. He’s accused of forcing one of the women to perform oral sex on him. He’s accused of fondling the other two.
Jackson is now charged with five counts of sexual battery, three counts of felonious restraint and one count each of sex offense, kidnapping, extortion, indecent exposure and interfering with an emergency communication.
Police announced Friday they expect to charge Jackson with sexually assaulting two more women during traffic stops and are investigating several other allegations of misconduct.