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Measroch facing sex charges in Cobb in Jordan Aaron case
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Joshua Harry Measroch, 21, the college student who was charged in Newton County with interference with child custody and obstruction of an officer in the case of missing 13-year-old Jordan Marie Aaron, has been additionally charged in Cobb County with four felonies, including child molestation, statutory rape and enticing a child.

Jordan Aaron went missing from her home in the beginning of May and was gone for more than a month before being located in Measroch’s Marietta home. According to Cobb County investigators, she had been in the home the whole time, hidden in Measroch’s bedroom.

The teen and Measroch met on an online dating site, according to Newton County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Cortney Morrison, before he came to Covington and picked her up.

Measroch is currently being held without bond on the charges in Cobb County.