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Londonderry coach found not guilty in girl's sex assault
Jurors found Timothy Longua, 42, not guilty of three counts of felonious sexual assault and single counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault and attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault.
He still faces a second trial involving allegations that he sexually assaulted a 12-year-old girl who also stayed over at his home.
Keefe also criticized during the trial how a Londonderry police detective pressured Longua during a voluntary interview at the police department, then became selective in how his client’s statements were used in an affidavit seeking his arrest.
Assistant County Attorney Jennifer Haggar argued that the girl had no reason to fabricate being sexually assaulted by Longua.
She also asked jurors to compare Longua’s police interview with his testimony, noting it was filled with exclamations.
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