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Houma man faces child molestation charge

Coty Ray Voisin (TPSO photo) Coty Ray Voisin (TPSO photo)

FOX 8 received this news release from the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office Wednesday afternoon:

Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on February 26, 2013, Tuesday morning Terrebonne Parish detectives arrested a Houma resident for molestation of a juvenile involving a 13 year old female victim.

On February 25, 2013, Monday morning TPSO detectives began investigating this matter. Detectives were informed that this incident occurred on Thursday night, February 21, 2013. The victim and suspect were home watching a movie together when she was allegedly sexually assaulted by her mother's live-in boyfriend. The suspect is accused of fondling the victim.

The suspect is identified as Coty Ray Voisin, age-34, Houma, La. On Tuesday morning (Feb. 26, 2013) detectives picked up Voisin at his residence and transported him to the Sheriff's Office where detectives questioned him. Voisin confirmed that he was there with the victim alone.

Voisin was arrested and transported to the Terrebonne Parish Jail where he was booked for molestation of a juvenile. Voisin remains in jail on a $150,000.00 bond; his arraignment date is set for April 8, 2013.

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