LEWISTOWN - Two Lewistown men are accused of having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl at a Lewistown residence earlier this month, according to court documents obtained Tuesday from Magisterial District Judge Jack Miller's office.
Documents state Zachary Davis, 19, and Paul Kirchoff, 24, both have been charged with one count each of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, statutory sexual assault and furnishing alcohol to minors.
The alleged incident occurred sometime between 3:30-10:30 a.m. on April 9 at a residence located along Pennebaker Ave., where both Davis and Kirchoff reportedly had sex with the teen girl after all three had been drinking vodka since about midnight, police said.
According to documents, the teen's mother began asking questions when she observed a "hickey" on the girl's neck. When pressed by her mother, the teen admitted to getting drunk with the two men, who had furnished the alcohol, and then waking up in the morning to find herself naked, documents state.
The mother then called Lewistown Police Department to report the incident, and brought her daughter to the police station on April 15 to be interviewed, documents indicate.
Police said the teen's mother agreed to allow officers to conduct a consensual intercept phone call between the girl and Davis on April 22. During the call, Davis initially denied having any sexual contact with the girl, but later admitted it, documents state.
Davis then said it was the girl who had initiated the sexual encounter with him and Kirchoff, and he saw that she was intoxicated and wondered if it was "the alcohol talking," documents indicate. Davis then admitted having unprotected sexual intercourse with the teen girl, and that he had observed Kirchoff also having sex with her during the incident, according to documents.
Charges were filed Monday and both men were taken into custody. Pending further court action, Davis and Kirchoff remain housed in the Mifflin County Correctional Facility, each in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Sentinel reporter Conor O'Brien contributed to this report.