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School custodian arrested for touching student

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A Liguan Terrace Elementary School custodian is behind bars, accused of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old student. According to court documents Alfredo Nicolas, Jr. (aka, "Fred") is accused of following the boy into the bathroom stall insisting that he wanted to "pee with him". 

Once they were done Nicolas allegedly reached inside the victim's pants and rubbed the boy's genitals. According to the magistrate's complaint, Nicolas had sexually assaulted the boy on more than one occasion and one incident was observed by another student.  Court documents state that the boy reported the incident to the school's DEED coordinator.  Nicolas was charged with 2nd degree criminal sexual conduct.

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