Pennsylvania man charged with rape of teen girls at his horse farm
WNEP / Bradford County
Jonathan Wright, 34, faces 155 counts on charges including rape, statutory sexual assault, and corruption of minors.

By Carolyn Blackburne, WNEP

CANTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WNEP) -- State police arrested a man accused of raping several young teenage girls and using his horse farm in Canton Township to lure them in.

Jonathan Wright, 34, faces 155 counts on charges including rape, statutory sexual assault, and corruption of minors.

One victim told police when she was 13 years old she helped Wright at his horse farm in Canton Township. The victim said Wright gave her wine and then forced her to watch a video of a woman being raped. The victim said she quickly realized the wine was spiked because she couldn't move. Wright then allegedly raped her.

According to court papers, Wright had sex with another victim thousands of times beginning when she was 13. That victim eventually became pregnant with Wright's baby. All of these encounters happened at his horse farm in Bradford County.

According to court papers, in regards to one of the 13-year-old victims, when asked if Wright feels bad about what he did, he responded by saying, "I don't regret it, but I think it was a bad decision."

Wright is locked up in Bradford County jail on $500,000 bail.

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