Lisa E. Crowley
BROCKTON--A Plymouth County Grand Jury has dismissed rape and sexual assault charges against a 21-year-old Stonehill College tutor who was accused of molesting an 8-year-old Angelo Elementary School student in Brockton during class time where he was employed as a work-study student.
"This is a very, very, very good day," said Michael P. Doolin, the attorney for Kevin Treseler, the Millis man accused of the crimes against the third-grade girl.
Doolin said he was notified this morning the grand jury failed to indict and that Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz's office has filed a dismissal in the case.
"I knew from the start that Mr. Treseler didn't do this," Doolin said. "The evidence presented at the time just didn't make any sense," he said.
A May 26 probable cause hearing will not take place.
Doolin said he could not say if Cruz's office has another suspect in the crime. He pointed those questions to Cruz's office.
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