PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) - A Somerville teenager charged with the broomstick rape of a younger teen at a sports camp in the Berkshires is headed back to court for a hearing to determine whether he's a danger to the public.
Seventeen-year-old Galileo Mondol is scheduled to appear at a dangerousness hearing Friday in Pittsfield.
Prosecutors say Mondol is one of three Somerville High School soccer players charged in connection with the alleged assault Aug. 25 in a cabin at Camp Lenox in Otis. The names of the others have not been made public because they are 16.
Prosecutors say they raped one freshman with a broom and tried to rape two others.
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Mondol is being held on $100,000 bail after pleading not guilty.
His lawyer says he had nothing to do with the alleged assault.
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