BEVERLY — A volunteer firefighter and his spouse had been billed with with sexually assaulting a teenager in their property.
Luis Morales-Sarmiento, 33, invited the boy he understood to his property in July, Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Cofina mentioned.
Morales-Sarmiento and his spouse, Katherine, 22, introduced the boy to their bed room where the sexual activity took area, in accordance to the prosecutor.
Coffina mentioned the boy’s mother described the assault to police.
The few was arrested at the Prosecutor’s Business making in Mt. Holly and charged with second-degree sexual assault and third diploma endangering the welfare of a boy or girl. They had been introduced on Wednesday immediately after producing an physical appearance in Top-quality Courtroom.
The prosecutor did not release the teen’s specific age or his marriage to the pair.
Luis Morales-Sarmiento is a volunteer firefighter in Beverly.
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