$338M Powerball victor busted for child sex assault

$338M Powerball victor busted for child sex assault

$338M Powerball victor busted for child sex assault

Pedro Quezada, 49, allegedly assaulted a girl from the time she was 11 until she turned 14.

A New Jersey man who made headlines in 2013 when he won a $338million Powerball jackpot has been arrested on suspicion that he sexually assaulted a young girl for three years.

May briefs Cabinet to reboot Brexit talks
Barnier and his team meet with British negotiators next week for a new round of Brexit talks. May's speech is meant to help break the logjam.

Prosecutors say 49-year-old Pedro Quezada sexually assaulted the child from the time she was 11 until she turned 14.

In 2013, Quezada won $338 million in one of the largest Powerball payouts in the state's history.

Kolkata ODI: India unchanged, opt to bat
Despite India winning the first of the five ODIs against Australia , Clarke predicted a 3-2 verdict in favour of the tourists. Meanwhile, Eden Gardens pitch curator Sujan Mukherjee claimed the track would be sporting and aid both batsmen and bowlers.

Quezada is scheduled to appear for central judicial processing on September 20, 2017 in the Criminal Division, Superior Court of New Jersey, Passaic Vicinage, at 1:30 p.m. Quezada faces up to 40 years in prison and would be required to register as a sex offender if convicted. At the time, it was reported that he had five children. However, it was later revealed that Quezada was not actually married - though the woman who he claimed was his wife sued him, saying the lottery ticket was purchased with the couple's shared assets.

Police believe the girl Quezada is accused of assaulting was the only victim.

Analyst Scores Summary: Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. (AAOI), Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (PGNX)
COPYRIGHT VIOLATION WARNING: This story was first published by StockNewsTimes and is the sole property of of StockNewsTimes. Public Employees Retirement System of OH grew its stake in shares of Applied Optoelectronics by 132.5% in the 2nd quarter.

Related news