A Raleigh man was being held in Raleigh on $1.8 million bail Thursday on charges of breaking a 13-year-old's arm and committing a sex offense with another child in 2013 and three indictments from 2012 and 2013.
When Timothy Neal Prince, 42, was booked into custody Wednesday afternoon at the Wake County Detention Center, he gave officials an Atlanta address that is a UPS Store that rents mailboxes.
In arrest warrants, Raleigh police charged that the broken arm, along with a cut on the child’s head and one on the child’s left leg, happened between mid-July and the end of October last year while Prince was caring for his girlfriend’s children.
Another warrant charges that strangulation caused the child with the broken arm to have bruising around the eyes.
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In a third warrant, police charged that two sex offenses happened between the start of May 2013 and the end of October.
Court documents showed that Prince also was to appear Thursday for a 2013 indictment charging felony assault by strangulation and misdemeanor assault on a female and damaging personal property.
When first arrested on those charges, Prince gave an address of 1615 Proctor Road in Raleigh.
A 2012 indictment from a grand jury accused Prince of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, and two more from 2013 list two charges of being a habitual felon.
Booking records showed that Prince also faces two warrants for not appearing in court when he was supposed to on misdemeanor charges in 2012 and 2013.
Prince’s North Carolina prison record lists several convictions, with the first being a felony of receiving stolen goods in October 1988.