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Nashua kidnap case claims disputed
Stanislav Osherov, 22, of Auburndale, Mass., is facing five counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault, two counts of kidnapping and one count of criminal restraint for the Jan. 27 incident, which led to a lengthy standoff with police.
According to court records, Osherov alleges that the victim, previously identified as Kaylee Solano, 21, of Windham, “consented to the sexual contact.”
“Consent is a defense in which the defendant must set forth sufficient grounds in support. The defendant provides no grounds in support of the notice,” said attorneys Lisa Drescher and David Tencza of the Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office in new court documents.
According to court documents in Nashua, Osherov allegedly kidnapped Solano with a gun Jan. 27, held her hostage at a city motel, tied her up and repeatedly sexually assaulted her.
Solano is the mother of Osherov’s 17-month-old son, although she was granted emergency custody of the baby last October after Osherov allegedly took the child without Solano’s permission.
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