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A Boston firefighter is facing charges that he attempted to sexually assault a female colleague at their Jamaica Plain firehouse earlier this year, according to the authorities.
The attack occurred the evening of Jan. 14 in the firehouse at 746 Centre St., the female firefighter alleged, according to documents filed in West Roxbury Municipal Court.
Firefighter David Sanchez, 37, of Hyde Park, was arraigned in that court April 18. He faces charges of indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or older and assault and battery. A not-guilty plea was entered on behalf of Sanchez, who joined the Boston Fire Department in 2006.
A police report indicates that the victim told officers Sanchez tried to kiss her, pulled her pants down, exposed himself and pushed her onto a couch.
“Victim stated that during the course of the above events she did say, ‘No,’ and, ‘This is not happening,’ to the suspect,” police wrote in the report.
The victim told police that she refused his advances. She was able to free herself from the situation and leaving the room.