Lucio ชุดนอนไม่ได้นอน ราคาถูก Alexander Alvarado-Torres, 34, is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing before District Judge William Kissner of Palmerton at a date yet to be determined. This time around, Torres faces charges of corruption of minors, three counts of indecent assault, two counts of criminal attempt, and simple assault. According to an affidavit of probable cause filed by Detective Kevin Buck of the Palmerton Police Department: Buck began an investigation into an indecent assault incident that he learned of Sept. 19. At that time, the victim, an 8-year-old girl, was accompanied by her mother to the police station. On Sept. 23, the victim went to the Childrens Advocacy Center for a forensic interview. It was stated that she had been at Alvarado-Torres apartment for his daughters birthday party in May, and that she had stayed overnight along with three other juveniles, and that is when the alleged events occurred. While asleep later in the evening, the victim was lying on her back when she said Alex began to touch her on her nightgown and in her private area.
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...as found by BBC Monitoring 10 February 2017 Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Morgan Freeman - not coming to Uzbek cinemas any time soon The release of an Uzbek action movie has been blocked for using images of US actor Morgan Freeman in its advertising, even though he doesn't appear in the film. The movie, called Daydi (Rogue), was due to be shown in cinemas this week until Uzbekistan's film licensing body stepped in. It says that while Freeman features prominently on posters for the film and fleetingly in the trailer, he's nowhere to be found in the full-length feature submitted for licensing approval. It accuses production studio Timur Film of breaching consumers' rights by trying to whip up demand for tickets with promises of a big movie star. Timur Film hasn't yet commented. Government-affiliated Podrobno news agency says the actor's image was lifted without permission from a movie he did star in - the 2015 action-adventure Last Knights. A comparison between the Daydi poster and the Last Knights trailer shows that Freeman is in identical garb in both. The film may be devoid of Morgan Freeman, but it does feature Uzbek actor Mirolim Qilichev as an Uzbek police officer tasked with saving the country from an assortment of evil assailants. It's not yet clear if or when it will be released - it hinges on the verdicts of two government bodies, and the film cannot be shown in the meantime.