ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. – The Rockingham County District Attorney’s Office has filed to dismiss 22 pending charges against a 76-year-old man charged with child prostitution.

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Documents reveal there’s insufficient evidence to warrant prosecution against Mickey Snow for the reasons of:

  • Insufficient evidence to warrant prosecution for the reason" after thorough investigation and medical evaluations there is insufficient evidence as to the element of "severely or profoundly mentally disabled person.”
  • Other charges have been indicted pursuant to the investigation

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Charges dismissed included various counts of the following: Patronizing a prostitute, statutory rape/sex offense, second-degree forcible sexual offense, and promoting prostitute of a minor.

Pending Charges Dropped Against Mickey Snow

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Snow had already been charged with several related prostitution charges including six counts of Sex Offense with a Person 15 or Younger.

The District Attorney’s Office recently announced Snow’s trial would be moved. It’s scheduled to start February 19, 2018 in Catawba County.

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