A Madison teenager has been charged with six felony counts of aiding in the kidnapping and assault of a 14-year-old Madison girl June 19 — the third person charged in connection with the incident.

Jaylon Walker Wayne Pace, 18, is charged with aiding, inducing or causing an offense (kidnapping) and three counts of aiding, inducing or causing an offense (criminal confinement), all Level 3 felonies. He is also charged with aiding, inducing or causing an offense (battery), a Level 5 felony, and aiding, inducing or causing an offense (obstruction of justice), a Level 6 felony.

The case involves charges of kidnapping and battery of a 14-year-old Madison girl by two 16-year-old Jefferson County girls who are charged as adults in the case.

Elani Hines, of Madison, is charged with kidnapping; criminal confinement, and aiding, inducing, or causing criminal confinement, all Level 3 felonies, and with battery resulting in serious bodily injury, a Level 5 felony while Hailey P. Bartley, of Hanover, is charged with kidnapping and two counts of criminal confinement, all Level 3 felonies, and with battery resulting in serious bodily injury, a Level 5 felony.

According to a probable cause affidavit from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, Pace was present at the residence where Hines and Bartley are accused of taking the 14-year-old girl by force from a friend’s house where she had planned to stay the night of June 19.

The girl told police Pace was present during the entire incident in which she was repeatedly beaten, threatened and had her hair forcibly cut and that she believed Pace had recorded the incident on a cell phone.

A jury trial has been scheduled for both Hines and Bartley in September. A jury trial for Pace has been scheduled for October.