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Hoschton man charged with assaulting female co-worker in Braselton
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A Hoschton man is accused of assaulting a female co-worker after she told him to get off of her, Braselton Police said in a report.

Jordan Taylor Marshall, 20, was charged Monday with aggravated assault.

According to a report, Marshall went to his co-worker’s Braselton home June 30 where the two played board games and took shots of alcohol.

After the board games, Marshall and his co-worker went on a walk around the neighborhood. At that point, the victim told police Marshall “came on to her.”

Marshall and the victim returned to her home and began having consensual sex, according to a report. The victim reportedly later told Marshall to stop and kicked Marshall away from her.

“(The victim) stated that Marshall became furious, telling her that he just wanted to ‘finish’ and that if he were to finish inside her, it would be rape and she would like it,” the report reads.

Marshall declined to comment to The Times.

The two bit each other, and the victim tried to get away.

“(The victim) stated that Marshall continued grabbing her neck, and that Marshall threw her through an open closet door,” the report reads.

The victim found an eyebrow razor and reportedly told Marshall to leave.

The woman did not call 911 after the attack but told security personnel at her job the following day, according to the report.

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