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Newmarket man indicted over assault of grocery store co-worker
Samuel Woods, 20, of Ash Swamp Road in Newmarket, is facing two counts of second-degree assault for knocking down the teenage girl on March 5 and repeatedly punching her in the head, according to prosecutors.
Woods and the girl worked at the Market Basket store in Epping. Police said they were called to the grocery store to investigate a report that the girl had been punched repeatedly in the face and choked until she became unconscious.
He then took off his shoes and jumped off a second-floor platform near a stock room, police said. Woods jumped off the platform, landing by wooden dollies about 18 feet below. He later told police that “something evil came over him” prior to going after the girl, according to a police affidavit. He also said during his police interview that he did not know the girl well, and had no reason to attack her.
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