Quincy teen facing sexual assault charges in Indian Hills incident pleads not guilty

Quincy Police Department

QUINCY — A Quincy teenager charged with two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl pled not guilty Wednesday morning.

Terrance Wilson, 16, appeared in Adams County Circuit Court before Judge Robert Adrian. Public Defender John Citro was assigned to be Wilson’s counsel. 

Wilson’s case was placed on the December jury docket. His next appearance in court is Nov. 8.

Officers with the Quincy Police Department were dispatched on the evening of Sept. 24 to an address in Indian Hills, 540 Harrison, in reference to an ambulance call. A resident of the Indian Hills reported her 13-year-old daughter had been drug into a wooded area by force and sexually assaulted by an unknown subject. The girl was transported to Blessing Hospital by ambulance for non-life-threatening injuries. 

Detectives later identified as Wilson, who lives in the Indian Hills Housing Complex in Quincy, as the person who dragged the juvenile victim toward the woods. Wilson was taken into custody without incident on Sept. 25 at Quincy High School by school resource officers with the Quincy Police Department, then transported to the Quincy Police Department. 

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