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Former baseball coach guilty of sexually abusing boys
An investigation led by police in Concord and York, Maine, began in 2012 after York police received an email warning them that Joubert, a youth baseball coach, had a history of inappropriate contact with children.
"This defendant is a quintessential predator," Kacavas said in a statement. "He deliberately sought out and insinuated himself into the lives of the most vulnerable young boys, gaining their trust by portraying himself as a coach and father figure. He then betrayed that trust by sexually exploiting those boys to produce child pornography. Identifying, finding, and prosecuting predators like the defendant has been, and will continue to be, among the highest priorities of my office."
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