Aug 15, 2015 9:16 AM
Wakefield man charged with aggravated sex assault and violating protective order; victim sent to hospital
MIDDLETON - A Wakefield man was charged with aggravated sexual assault and violating a protective order after an investigation into an alleged sexual assault in Middleton.
Police say the arrest stemmed from a reported sexual assault on Aug. 12. Police and ambulance personnel from Middleton Fire and Rescue responded and transported the victim to the hospital.
After an investigation, police got a warrant for the arrest of Maxwell Boles, 23, of 143 Meadow St. He faces charges of aggravated felonious sexual assault and violation of a protective order from Wakefield police and additional charges of violating a protective order and possessing a gun in violation of a protective order from Middleton police.
Police say additional charges may be forthcoming once the case is presented to a grand jury.
Boles is being held at the Carroll County jail without bail because of the protective order violations. He is scheduled to be arraigned on the Carroll County charges Monday, followed by an 1 p.m. arraignment in the 7th Circuit Court Rochester.
Police say they received legal guidance from Assistant Attorney General Jay McCormack who is assigned to the Carroll County Attorney's Office and Thomas Velardi, Strafford County Attorney.