Oct 26, 2015 5:22 PM
Man accused of violent 2012 Bedford home attacks indicted on attempted sexual assault charges
BEDFORD - A man accused in connection to violent attacks inside a home in 2012, was indicted on new charges Monday.
Charles Normil was indicted on one count of attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault and two aggravated sexual assault charges.
Normil was indicted in December on falsifying physical evidence and 13 other counts, including first and second degree assault charges, sexual assault charges and attempted murder.
Normil is currently serving up to 30 years in prison for a crime he committed in Massachusetts.
Nathan Lamontagne, an accomplice to the 2012 crime, was sentenced to five years in prison in October.
Lamontagne denies ever entering the home and claimed he was the driver for Charles Normil, who allegedly stabbed Dr. Eduardo Quesada and sexually assaulted his wife.