Agreement reached for man charged with groping other men

LOGAN — The sexual groping case against Cody J. Boudrero has been resolved, pending he has no contact with some of the alleged victims. The 27-year-old former Logan man had been charged with five counts of sexual battery, a class A misdemeanor.

Defense attorney Ray Malouf appeared on behalf of Boudrero in 1st District Court Monday morning. He told the court that they had worked out a diversion agreement. As part of the terms, prosecutors will drop the charges if the defendant doesn’t attempt to contact the alleged victims during the next year.

According to warrant affidavits, Boudrero grabbed the buttocks and genitals of a man multiple times in January 2017. The victim claimed the groping was over his clothing and unwanted. It was witnessed by several others who corroborated the story.

As the investigation continued, deputies learned of similar incidents that occurred three months earlier in October 2016. The second victim claimed Boudrero walked up behind and groped him, while putting his tongue in his ear and telling him how sexy he was. Several witnesses claimed this behavior happened multiple times.

Both victims were acquaintances of the defendant.

In January, Boudrero waived his right to a preliminary hearing and pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. He presently lives in Massachusetts.


will@cvradio.com

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1 Comment

  • JLF February 14, 2019 at 2:09 pm Reply

    The person who wrote this article is an absolute joke! Every article you right is complete slander and is nothing short of gossip. You should be ashamed of yourself. Check your facts and maybe consider posting a real news story evey once in a while! Be kind to your fellow neighbor.

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