- Associated Press - Friday, July 25, 2014

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire restaurateur has been convicted of indecent exposure and sexual assault involving an employee.

Neville Pereira was accused of exposing himself in front of the woman at the Rouge Rill restaurant in Manchester in June 2013, grabbing her hand and forcing it on him. At trial, his lawyer said Pereira was a different restaurant at the time. Prosecutors cited business records of the restaurants to challenge that argument.

The Hillsborough County attorney’s office says other restaurants Pereira has or has had in ownership in include Ignite Bar & Grille, Hooked Seafood and Sizzle Bistro in Manchester; Molly’s Tavern in New Boston; and the Capital Grille in Concord.

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