Multiple young girls accuse Nashua man of misconduct

Allegations of improperly touching, kissing minors has refugee facing charges

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Mohammod Rafique, a refugee from Burma currently living in Nashua who is accused of sexually assaulting four girls, sits with his attorney, Sarah Newhall, at Wednesday's arraignment in Nashua district court.

NASHUA – Less than two weeks after a 10-year-old Nashua girl told her family, then police, and then state child advocacy officials that a man allegedly “drank too much, (became) ‘touchy-touchy,’ rubbed her upper thigh and touched her buttocks,” police on Tuesday charged 27-year-old Nashua resident Mohammod Rafique with a combination of felony and misdemeanor offenses related to the

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