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Nottingham teen expected to plead to burglary, sex assault of neighbor
A judge ordered a presentence investigation by the probation department to recommend a possible sentence.
Terms of the plea deal have not been made public, but Lajoie could face up to 3½ to 7 years in prison on the burglary charge.
Lajoie then allegedly left the apartment and got a bottle of lotion from his home down the street. He returned to the apartment to find the woman still sleeping, according to court records.
The woman woke up and found a naked young man, later identified as Lajoie, standing over her, police said.
Lajoie faces two misdemeanor counts of sexual assault. Each charge carries up to a one-year jail term and $2,000 fine.
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