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In this Aug. 2013 file photo, the Summit County's Prosecutor's Office new facility dog, Avery II, sits with a young boy in the dog's interview room at the Summit County Safety Building in Akron. The specially trained two-year-old Labrador-Golden Retriever mix, who was trained and provided by the North Central Regional Center of Canine Companions for Independence located in Delaware, Ohio at no cost, will be used to help crime victims and witnesses overcome their fears and stress that often results from participating in a criminal case. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Clayton A. George, 31, of the 2100 block of 17th Street in Akron, is charged with two counts of rape. George was indicted on the charges in September 2012. Under Ohio law, enhanced penalties apply in such cases when the child is under the age of 13. If George is found guilty of either of the two rape counts, he could face life in prison. (Summit County Jail)