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Massachusetts man accused of 2012 sex assault on Nashua boy

A Massachusetts man was arrested Wednesday and charged with sexually assaulting a young boy in Nashua two years ago.

Police were contacted March 28 and the boy told them he had been sexually assaulted in Nashua in August 2012 by a person he knows. Detectives investigated and determined David Johansen, 26, of 26 David Road in Carver, Mass., had committed the assaults, police said. Johansen is charged with one count of aggravated felonious sexual assault. He was arrested in Barnstable County in Massachusetts and transported to the Nashua Police Department after he waived extradition, police said. ...

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A Massachusetts man was arrested Wednesday and charged with sexually assaulting a young boy in Nashua two years ago.

Police were contacted March 28 and the boy told them he had been sexually assaulted in Nashua in August 2012 by a person he knows. Detectives investigated and determined David Johansen, 26, of 26 David Road in Carver, Mass., had committed the assaults, police said. Johansen is charged with one count of aggravated felonious sexual assault. He was arrested in Barnstable County in Massachusetts and transported to the Nashua Police Department after he waived extradition, police said.

Johansen was held on $50,000 cash bail pending his arraignment Thursday morning at Nashua district court, police said.

The Class A felony is punishable by up to 20 years in prison plus fines, police said.

– JOSEPH G. COTE