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Portsmouth teen indicted in sex assault of girl, 15
Grant Michallyszyn, 17, was indicted on a single count of aggravated felonious sexual assault for allegedly forcing himself on the girl on July 10, according to court records.
The indictment, made public this week, does not mention the drug, but says that the girl was "physically helpless to resist" Michallyszyn during the assault.
Police learned about the alleged assault from a tip through Crime Stoppers.
At the time, he was already being held in county jail on another drug charge brought by New Hampshire State Police.
The aggravated felonious sexual assault charge is punishable by up to 10 to 20 years in state prison, according to prosecutors.
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