Keene soccer coach accused of sexually assaulting child

  • This Tuesday, July 16, 2019 booking photo released by the Keene, Police Department shows Alexander Waterbury, of Keene, N.H., who was arrested Tuesday and charged with four counts of felonious sexual assault and two counts of prohibited sales of alcohol. Police said that Waterbury coached the girls soccer team at Monadnock Regional Middle-High School in Swanzey at the time of the alleged assaults, but It is unclear if the victim was on the team. (Keene Police Department via AP)

Published: 7/17/2019 1:20:38 PM

Police have charged a girls soccer coach with sexually assaulting a child.

Keene police say 24-year-old Alexander Waterbury of Keene was arrested Tuesday. He has been charged with four counts of felonious sexual assault and two counts of prohibited sales of alcohol.

Police say Waterbury coached the girls team at Monadnock Regional Middle-High School in Swanzey at the time of the alleged assaults. He is accused of sexually assaulting a student under the age of 16 but older than 13. It is unclear if the student was on the soccer team.

Waterbury is being held at the Cheshire County jail in Keene and was to be arraigned Wednesday at Cheshire Superior Court.

It is unclear if Waterbury has an attorney and a phone number for him couldn’t be found.


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