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Claremont police dispatcher accused of 20 years of abuse
Claremont police dispatcher James Boisclair, 53, of Claremont appears via video conference in the 8th Circuit Court in Keene Friday morning for a bail hearing. (MEGHAN PIERCE/Union Leader Correspondent)
James Boisclair, 53, of Claremont appeared via video conference in the 8th Circuit Court in Keene Friday morning for a bail hearing.
“The two charges are really just the tip of the iceberg,” McLaughlin said in court Friday.
The last assault occurred in 2012 when she returned home from college, he said.
Defense attorney Jennifer Cohen requested bail be lowered to $10,000 or under. Arrangements could be made for him to stay in a hotel or with his brother in Vermont, she said.
He is being held at the Cheshire County House of Corrections in Keene.
Boisclair has been a dispatcher for the Claremont Police Department for more than 15 years, said Claremont Police Chief Alex Scott Thursday.
Boisclair is set to appear in court Wednesday for a probable cause hearing.
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