Trial date set for Attleboro woman charged in child molestation case
ATTLEBORO — A trial date has been scheduled in a federal court in New York for a city woman who allegedly molested an 8-year-old boy while chatting with a New York City police officer on a Skype video.
Jenny Lemay, who was 52 when she was arrested last year by city police and federal agents, was scheduled for trial Dec. 5 in U.S. District Court with Alberto Randazzo on charges of conspiracy to sexually exploit a child.
Randazzo was kicked off the force after he pleaded guilty in July on similar charges involving two other women whom he solicited to perform sex acts on children in their homes in Colorado and Pennsylvania while he watched on an Internet video chat from his Queens apartment. He and the other women, who have also pleaded guilty, are awaiting sentencing on those chases.
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