The alleged acts occurred between 2012 and 2016. Counts 1 to 7 pertain to Jane Doe 2, Counts 8 and 9 to Jane Doe # 1.
His bail is set at 2.7 million.
Judge Joyce Hinrichs denied a defense motion to release Alexander on OR, supervised release or reduce bail, today.
His mother who was in court, was reprimanded, for an outburst while Deputy District Attorney Stacey Eads was addressing Judge Hinrichs. Ms. Eads said that two of the charges Alexander is facing "expose him to life" sentences; the alleged misconduct happened on separate occassions and the alleged victims were under 10, at the time of the incidents.
Alexander is represented by Public Defender Meagan O'Connell. She told Judge Hinrichs that Alexander was on felony probation for a HS 11365 charge and never suffered any violation of probation. Ms. O'Connell also said that defense investigator found that one of the alleged victims may have been molested in the past, by someone other than her client.
Alexander was arraigned on 4/26/2016. A preliminary scheduled for 9/7 was vacated by stipulation.
On 10/19, the preliminary was continued by the defense. On 9/27, records were subpoenaed from Public Mental Health.
A new intervention date is set for November 9. Preliminary hearing for November 17.