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Nashua man charged in child sexual assault
Police began investigating the assault allegations on Dec. 23 after the girl, now 10, shared details about the incidents to Ashley Rossiter, a caseworker with the Department of Children, Youth and Families who was doing a home check at the child’s residence, according to court documents.
Rossiter learned that the girl had originally told her father about the assaults, but despite her openness, police were never notified and the child still has frequent contact with Emmons, according to an affidavit on file at the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District Division.
According to a police affidavit filed by Officer James Testaverde of the Nashua Police Department, the girl told her father after several incidents, at which time her father confronted Emmons in a rage, ordering Emmons to stay away from his daughter.
“He believed that he could handle the situation and never contacted law enforcement or DCYF to report the incident,” says Testaverde’s affidavit, adding the father maintained that he did not know the extent of the sexual encounters.
The felony charges carry a penalty of 10 to 20 years in prison for each offense.
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