NH coach charged with sex assault waives hearing

Posted July 06, 2012, at 4:29 p.m.
Concord, N.H. police released this handout photo of Robert Joubert of Manchester, N.H. The longtime youth baseball and hockey coach from New Hampshire has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault against boys.
Concord, N.H. police
Concord, N.H. police released this handout photo of Robert Joubert of Manchester, N.H. The longtime youth baseball and hockey coach from New Hampshire has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault against boys.

CONCORD, N.H. — Sexual assault allegations against a longtime youth baseball and hockey coach from New Hampshire are headed to a grand jury.

New England Cable News reports that Robert Joubert waived a hearing Friday to determine whether there was enough evidence to send his case to a grand jury. He is accused of sexually assaulting two boys in Concord between 1995 and 2004.

According to court documents, both victims were under age 13 at the time.

Joubert runs Seacoast Baseball Academy out of the York Sports Center in York, Maine, where the investigation began in March.

He also faces a misdemeanor sexual assault charge and is due back in Concord District Court on July 26 on that charge.

 

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