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Prosecutors seeking other possible complaints against former health care worker
At the time, Riley was working for Living Innovations, an agency that provides care for the elderly, and people with developmental disabilities.
Judge Kenneth McHugh said he will first review Riley’s employment records before deciding whether prosecutors can review them. Defense lawyer Lincoln Soldati objected to the state’s records request.
Milton police were called to Riley’s home for a welfare check on that date.
Within an eight-day period, Community Partners of Dover had another developmentally disabled man placed in Riley’s home for care removed in the wake of the investigation, according to prosecutors. Portsmouth and Milton police executed a search warrant at Riley’s home four days later in connection with the sexual assault investigation.
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