Former I-SS teacher charged with rape accused of violating pre-trial release for 2nd time


Pictured above: Christina Jolly – Picture courtesy of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office


Sheriff Darren Campbell stated: Christina Davis Jolly was arrested on Friday, March 29, 2019 for violating her pre-trial release conditions in addition to other charges. The violation of her pre-trial release conditions is related to her August 15, 2018 arrest for charges of Statutory Rape.

This marks the second time Jolly has been arrested for violating her pre-trial release conditions, the first arrest was on December 27, 2018.

As the investigation continued into Jolly violating her pre-trial release conditions, further evidence was discovered. Detectives discovered Christina Jolly had been providing the victim with money on a financial card for several months after her initial arrest.

On February 7, 2019 Detective P. Dixson of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office, Special Victim’s Unit was advised of an incident involving the victim, and Jolly. Detective Dixson was told about an incident in which Jolly had driven her vehicle past the victim several times in a manner so she could be seen by the victim as he walked home from school.

Detectives spoke with several neighbors, and were able to obtain surveillance footage of vehicles matching Jolly’s vehicle in the area. Detectives continued to search for additional evidence when Detective Dixson was advised on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Christina Jolly had intercepted the victim walking home from school and spoke with him for several minutes. Residents in the area were interviewed as well as the victim. A doorbell camera captured footage of the victim, and Jolly’s vehicle.

Based on this evidence and additional information, Christina Davis Jolly was charged with one count of Felony Stalking, one count of Felony Intimidating a State Witness, and one charge for violating her pre-trial release conditions. Jolly was arrested on Friday, March 29, 2019 and transported to the Iredell County Detention Center. She received a 200,000.00 dollars secured bond for violating her pre-trial release conditions, and issued an additional 100,000.00 dollars secured bond for Felony Stalking, and Felony Intimidating a State Witness. These bonds were issued by Magistrate M. Nethken. Christina Davis Jolly has now been taken into custody three times for violations on the same victim.

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