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Hillsborough County court officer fired after arrest
David S. Morse, 72, of 18 Highland Green, allegedly began assaulting the girl in Merrimack in 2010 on her sixth birthday, according to court documents. The alleged sexual contact continued up to July 1 of this year.
Morse, who had been a court officer at the Hillsborough County Superior Court South in Nashua for 12 years, is no longer employed in his position.
Police are continuing to investigate the case, trying to determine if potentially more charges may be warranted, or whether there possibly may be additional victims, said Roy.
Hardy declined to comment on the allegations against Morse while court proceedings are pending. He did state, however, that there are plenty of court officers in Nashua — about 17 or 18 — that will be able to handle the absence of one employee.
Morse, who is married, was arraigned Tuesday at the 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Merrimack. He is being held on $100,000 cash or corporate surety bail, and will be back in court Tuesday for a probable cause hearing.
Prior to his employment at the Nashua court, court documents state Morse worked for Boston and Maine Railroad in Billerica, Mass., for about 40 years.
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