https://www.arbd.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/AdobeStock_100901093.jpeg 2949 4896 Kevin Dugan http://www.arbd.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ABD-logo.jpg Kevin Dugan2013-11-12 20:53:582018-09-11 15:18:27Former Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Worker Enters Not Guilty Plea in Sexual Assault Case
Former Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Worker Enters Not Guilty Plea in Sexual Assault Case
Brendan Higgins, 41, of Barrington New Hampshire entered a not guilty plea to two charges of sexual assault of a female hospital patient. Higgins had been arrested in September 2013 for allegedly touching the woman inappropriately while she was a patient at the Dover hospital. Higgins was suspended from his duties as a technician at the hospital shortly after the incident. He is no longer employed by Wentworth-Douglass. The sexual assault trial is scheduled to begin on January 29, 2014.
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