An order of dismissal was filed Friday in one of the sexual assault cases against Teton County teen Robert “Charlie” Rosen.

In a motion to dismiss also filed Friday, Teton County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Clark Allan said, “The State of Wyoming ... respectfully moves the Court for an order of dismissal ... without prejudice and as good cause therefore states that through continued investigation information has been discovered that compels dismissal without prejudice at this time.”

Teton County District Court Judge Timothy Day signed the order of dismissal soon after.

Rosen was arrested in December after an investigation revealed two women accused him of raping them at his Teton Village house, one in 2018 and the other in 2019.

The dismissal is from the case surrounding the 2018 allegation.

The 18-year-old is on house arrest awaiting trial in the other case.

His attorneys, Dick Mulligan and Tom Fleener, have asked the court for a modification of bail to allow their client to finish high school out of state.

When a case is dismissed without prejudice it means the prosecutor could refile it at a later date.

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