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Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing Children

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Updated: 11/03/2011 12:55 pm
Police have accused a Winchester man of sexually abusing four young children over a period of three months.

Michael Raad, 26, has been charged with seven counts of first-degree sexual abuse, and two more counts of first-degree sodomy. A judge entered a not guilty plea to all nine counts, and scheduled another hearing for next week. Police say raad sexually abused four children between August and October on several occasions. Through forensic interviews with the children, ages 6, 8, 9, and 10, police say all four claimed Raad touched them sexually.

Barbara Disney, administrative director of Clark County Schools, tells ABC 36 News Raad was in two public schools last month. Police say none of the reported abuse happened on school property.
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