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Former Youth Detention Counselor Denies Sexually Assaulting Teen

The state Department of Health and Human Services operates the Sununu Youth Services Center in Manchester

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    A former New Hampshire youth detention center counselor has been charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old who was being held at the center and giving him and another teen alcohol and guns. 

    The Concord Monitor reports the attorney for 25-year-old Kirstie Bean, of Concord, pleaded not guilty on Bean's behalf last week. 

    The state Department of Health and Human Services operates the Sununu Youth Services Center in Manchester. 

    Bean lists the center in court papers as her former employer. A spokesperson says she doesn't work there anymore. 

    Authorities say the sexual assaults happened between August 2015 and August 2016.

    Authorities say Bean also gave pistols to the 15-year-old and an 18-year-old, bought alcohol for both teens and allowed the 15-year-old to drive.

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