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CINCINNATI, OH – A man in Ohio has been accused of sexually assaulting his daughter several times a month for 15 years and fathering two of her children.

Police began investigating Jammey Willenbrink after another investigation was started regarding the well-being of his daughter’s two children — ages 2 and 7.

During the investigation, Willenbrink’s daughter told investigators that her father was also the father of her two children.

She said Willenbrink began sexually assaulting her when she was 10, but began having sexual intercourse with her when she turned 13. These rapes occurred several times a month until she left home at 25.

Genetic tests were performed and concluded that Willenbrink was the father of his two grandchildren.

Willenbrink was arrested on Feb. 20 and is looking at 43 felonies including 23 counts of rape, 17 counts of sexual battery and two counts of endangering children.

His wife, Brenda, was arrested on Mar. 2 and charged with two counts of felony complicity.

The couple is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center and is scheduled to be arraigned on March 9, 2018.

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