NORWALK, Conn. A Bridgeport man who sexually assaulted a Norwalk teenager for four years was arrested Thursday, Norwalk Police said.
William Molina, 36, was charged with three counts of sexual assault third degree, one count of sexual assault second degree and three counts of risk of injury to a minor, Det. Michael Murray said.
Police are withholding information to protect the identity of the minor, but say the teenager recently told the school resource officer at Brien McMahon High School about the abuse, which allegedly took place between 2007 to May 2011. The matter was investigated with the help of the Department of Children and Families and a State's Attorney in Stamford.
The touching between Molina and the minor varied in degree, hence the different charges, Murray said. They suspect more incidents, but charged him with incidents they had evidence for, he said.
Bond for Molina was $10,000. The case was transferred to Part A State's Attorney's Office in Stamford Superior Court, which handles serious felony cases from Stamford, Norwalk, Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan Weston, Wilton and Westport, according to The Hour.
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