MOBILE, Ala. -- Mobile police arrested two men ages 35 and 47 on Wednesday in separate cases of alleged incest and other sex crimes involving girls known to them Alabama law, in part, defines incest as marriage or sexual intercourse with someone known to be legitimately or illegitimately an ancestor or descendant by blood or adoption, a sibling, a stepchild, an aunt, uncle, nephew or niece.
Incest is a Class C felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
The younger man, Napoleon Wilks, 35, of Pillans Street in Mobile was arrested on charges of incest, furnishing alcohol to a minor, second-degree rape and second-degree sodomy, police said.
He was taken to Mobile County Metro Jail, where he was released on bail totaling $21,000.
Cpl. Charles Bagsby Jr., a Mobile police spokesman, said today in a news release that the victim in that case is younger than 16 years old.
Daniel Lee Coleman, the 47-year-old man, was charged with incest, second-degree rape and second-degree sexual abuse. He was taken to Metro Jail where he was released on bail totaling $6,500.
Bagsby said the victim in that case also is younger than 16 years old.