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Dover man pleads guilty to Portsmouth sex assault
Aaron Bonds, 45, of Dover pleaded guilty on Wednesday to sexually assaulting a 26-year-old woman in Portsmouth in July 2012. (JAMES A. KIMBLE)
Bonds will face a judge on Monday for sentencing.
Bonds sexually assaulted the woman outside of an apartment in Portsmouth in the early morning hours of July 11, 2012 while she was getting sick, according to prosecutors.
One of the women testified that she snorted some of the cocaine at the restaurant and it tasted like there was something wrong or different in it. But Bonds was contacted by the women later that night again to meet up and he provided them cocaine laced with another drug, according to court testimony. Prosecutors noted that Bonds did not charge the women for the drug or take any himself. The cocaine was laced with a drug 20 times more powerful than morphine, which immobilized one of the women and made them sick, prosecutors said.
He faced up to an additional 20 to 40 years in prison on each of the sexual assault charges if a jury convicted him at trial.
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