December 16, 2017
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Bath man gets 30 months for sexually assaulting 2 young girls

By Beth Brogan, BDN Staff
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Chad Logan

PORTLAND, Maine — A 28-year-old Bath man will serve 30 months of a six-year prison sentence after a jury found him guilty of sexually assaulting two young girls in Brunswick at Christmastime.

Chad Logan was convicted in a jury trial of one count each of unlawful sexual touching and unlawful sexual contact, and two counts of assault, according to Cumberland County Assistant District Attorney Julia Sheridan.

Logan assaulted the girls during the Christmas holidays at an undisclosed location in Brunswick. Brunswick police arrested him in April.

Both children testified against Logan, Sheridan said, “and both did a very, very good job. And it seems the jury was convinced.”

Sheridan said Thursday that the sentence was “reasonable,” given sentencing guidelines.

To reach a sexual assault advocate, call the Statewide Sexual Assault Crisis and Support Line at 800-871-7741, TTY 888-458-5599. This free and confidential 24-hour service is accessible from anywhere in Maine. Calls are automatically routed to the closest sexual violence service provider.


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