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Nashua man charged in alleged parking lot rape

NASHUA - A 20-year-old Nashua man is due in Nashua district court in January in connection with the alleged sexual assault last month of a woman in a parking lot, police said.

Jonathan Marden, of 5 Blackstone Drive, Apt. 27, faces one count of aggravated felonious sexual assault, a Class A felony, on which he is scheduled to be arraigned the morning of Jan. 11 in the Nashua court. ...

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NASHUA - A 20-year-old Nashua man is due in Nashua district court in January in connection with the alleged sexual assault last month of a woman in a parking lot, police said.

Jonathan Marden, of 5 Blackstone Drive, Apt. 27, faces one count of aggravated felonious sexual assault, a Class A felony, on which he is scheduled to be arraigned the morning of Jan. 11 in the Nashua court.

Marden was released on $250 cash bail following his arrest, which took place the afternoon of Nov. 21 after detectives with the police department's Special Investigation Division obtained a warrant following their investigation.

Police said they were notified around 10:30 p.m. Oct. 26 of "a sexual assault that occurred in the parking lot of a south end business" in Nashua. They said the alleged victim told officers she "was sexually assaulted by Marden," whom she knows, police said.

Detectives picked up the investigation, which led to the warrant for Marden's arrest. Police said he was taken into custody without incident.

- DEAN SHALHOUP