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Ex-Mass. police officer free on bail awaiting Salem sexual assault trial
A jury acquitted Gonzalez in Florida on Nov. 19, prompting authorities to return him to New Hampshire on a fugitive from justice warrant.
No trial date has been set.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers are expected to meet with a judge next week for a pretrial conference.
Gonzalez was arrested on Feb. 27, 2013, as a fugitive from justice on the Florida charges while attending a class at the Massachusetts School of Law in Andover, Mass. He joined the Lawrence (Mass.) Police Department in 1998, but was studying to become a lawyer at the time of his arrest.
Salem police allege that Gonzalez began sexually assaulting the girl by “rubbing up against her” beginning May 1, 1992, when the girl was 11. The alleged abuse continued until May 15, 1994, according to indictments.
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