He's accused of sexually assaulting kindergarten girls in Fisher.
Two hearings for a Crookston man, accused of sexually assaulting two girls when he was a senior at Fisher High School last year, were held Thursday in Polk County District Court. Both are continued to Nov. 6.
Jarrin Dean Boucher, 18, faces three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in one case, alleged to have occurred on Halloween last year, and first- and second-degree criminal sexual conduct charges in the other, reported in April. An omnibus hearing on the latter case and an adult certification hearing in connection with the earlier case, necessary because Boucher was a minor at the time, took place before Judge Kurt Marben.
Boucher is accused of inappropriately touching and/or fondling the girls while serving as a kindergarten aide as part of the Youth Service program at the school. He is being held at the Northwest Regional Corrections Center on $250,000 bond. He faces a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison on each of the first-degree charges and 25 years on the second-degree charge.