Facing the possibility of decades in state prison, a Bethlehem man will spend less than a year in the Grafton County House of Corrections

Facing the possibility of decades in state prison, a Bethlehem man will spend less than a year in the Grafton County House of Corrections after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a minor. In November 2020, Raymond Carpe Jr, 20, of Bethlehem, was indicted by a Grafton Superior Court grand jury on four Class B felony counts of felonious sexual assault with an age difference of more than four years for incidents that prosecutors said occurred in April of that year in Franconia, where the victim was a 13-year-old girl. In August 2021, Carpe was indicted again, on four Class B felony counts of felonious sexual assault. Carpe agreed to pleas of guilty for misdemeanor charges on May 31 at Grafton Superior Court.

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