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Former Nashua youth coach indicted on numerous alleged sexual assaults against boy in 1980s
A Hillsborough County Superior Court grand jury handed up the indictments against W. Michael Keegan, 62, of 361 Gansevoort Road, Fort Edward, N.Y.
According to court documents, the victim was between the ages of 9 and 12 when he allegedly was assaulted by Keegan. The victim, now 37, told local authorities about the assaults in February, according to court records.
The victim estimated that he was sexually assaulted by Keegan an average of three times per month, the affadavit states.
He also volunteered for a local Cub Scouts group, according to authorities.
At the time, Lt. Francis Sullivan said these types of crimes often are crimes of opportunity, and police released the old photograph in case their are other victims who would be interested in pursuing charges.
This week, Sullivan said he is unaware of any additional victims in New Hampshire.
New York authorities are investigating those cases police said.
The newest indictments allege that Keegan abused the victim each month throughout the three-year time span.
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