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Hewitt man accused of sexually abusing teens

Hewitt man accused of sexually abusing teens


Hewitt police arrested a 59-year-old man Thursday morning who they believe raped a boy who is now 16 and a man who is now 19 multiple times over the past two years and recorded the assaults, arrest affidavits state.

Hewitt police arrested Willie Ross Davis Jr. on a first-degree felony charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child and a second-degree felony charge of sexual assault.

Willie Ross Davis Jr.


The victims reported the abuse to police early this month and told them Davis "has several cameras in the house and records him and (the other victim)," according to the affidavits. They told investigators Davis also forced them to engage in sexual activity with each other on camera and gave similar accounts of abuse, the affidavits state.

"(The younger victim) stated that Willie would give him money and would tell him not to say anything," an affidavit states. "(The younger victim) stated that Willie threatened to 'take all his s--- back' if he ever told."

Hewitt Assistant Police Chief Tuck Saunders said detectives filed charges against Davis Wednesday and arrested him early Thursday morning at his home. He said the investigation remains ongoing.

Davis remained in McLennan County Jail on Thursday with bond listed at $350,000.

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