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Conway teen charged with sharing sex images

April 8, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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CONWAY — A local teen was charged March 24 with allegedly sharing "private sex images" and falsifying physical evidence.

CONWAY — A local teen was charged March 24 with allegedly sharing "private sex images" and falsifying physical evidence. He may have no contact with a Jackson teen who is accused of aggravated felonious sexual assault.

Matthew Cormier, 18, of Center Conway has been charged with "non-consensual dissemination of private sex images," persons required to report (a crime), and falsifying physical evidence.

A bail slip indicates that the sex images and falsifying physical evidence charges are Class B felonies.

Under the bail order of March 24, he is to abide by a 9 p. m. -5 a. m. curfew. He made a motion to modify bail that was approved by Conway County Superior Court Judge Amy Ignatius on Monday.

Carroll County Attorney Michaela Andruzzi on March 9 filed charges of "special felony" aggravated felonious sexual assault and misdemeanor sexual assault against Riley Hayes, 18, of Jackson. The date of Hayes' alleged crimes also Oct. 17, 2020.

The Judicial Branch online case summary says Cormier has retained attorney James Cowles of Walker & Varney P. C of Wolfeboro. Gushee's bail order prohibited Cormier from using "electronic devices that connect to the internet. " However, Judge Ignatius on Monday modified a motion from Cowles to lift the restriction on electronic devices and also to relax the curfew. "Matt is 18.

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