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Bedford attack suspect in jail, not in court
A Hillsborough County grand jury handed up 13 indictments against Normil Sept. 20 in connection with the brutal attacks on Dr. Eduardo Quesada, 53, and his wife, Sonia, 29, during a Nov. 24 break-in at their 7 Proclamation Court home in Bedford.
A second suspect in the home invasion and burglary remains in federal custody. Authorities refused to release his identity.
He also is charged with physically assaulting Sonia Quesada — resulting in the loss of one eye — and sexually assaulting her with a coat hanger.
Normil, is set to stand trial Jan. 13 in Essex County Superior Court in the Methuen attack.
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