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Dover man stands trial on charges he drugged women
Assistant County Attorney Brad Bolton said that Bonds worked as a part-time cook at a local restaurant and socialized with the women while they were having "a girls' night out."
"He goes to the rear of the restaurant. He puts out two lines on paper," Bolton said. "She uses some. He declines to use it."
He puts more of the drug out for the women to use, but does not take any himself, according to Bolton.
Defense attorney Brian Lavallee told jurors that the three women gave multiple accounts of their encounter with Bonds to Portsmouth police and hospital workers.
"When she walked that bag of cocaine into Portsmouth PD, she wasn't questioned about it, and they took her word for it," Lavallee said.
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