- Associated Press - Saturday, April 29, 2017

CONCORD, New Hampshire (AP) - The trial of a former police officer recently convicted of sexually assaulting a disabled woman at a community center is set to begin next month.

Seventy-four-year-old Robert Magoon will return to court on Monday for the start of jury selection, and trial will begin on May 8. A jury will decide whether to convict the Tilton man on two additional charges of aggravated felonious assault.

A different jury found him guilty of four counts of aggravated felonious assault for abusing a woman who is now 29 years old. He was acquitted of a fifth count.

The Concord Monitor (https://bit.ly/2oVK17w ) reports prosecutors say Magoon assaulted seven girls in total between August 2012 and May 2016.

Magoon worked as a police officer in Franklin and Concord before leaving law enforcement decades ago.

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