Police say a Pueblo man has been arrested for repeated sexual attacks on two young girls.
The two girls who were allegedly sexually assaulted by 33-year-old Jaime Michael Nolen, knew him according to court documents.
The younger of the two girls says the assaults happened on numerous occasions. The older girl says Nolen raped her more than five times. Both girls told investigators Nolen gave them alcohol.
The younger girl claims Nolen molested her, forced her to have oral sex, and performed oral sex on her. She also says he threatened her with a meat tenderizing hammer when she refused to cooperate. The girl also claims, Nolen forced her to watch pornography while tied to a chair or pole with rope.
The older girl says Nolen molested her as well last December. She told investigators, Nolen touched her inappropriately, performed oral sex and had intercourse with her. She says she did not want to have sex with him.
According to court documents, several people claim Nolen has admitted to performing these acts. When confronted by an adult, Nolen claims the older girl was flirting with him and wanted to have sex. Court documents do not indicate the girl lived at the location where the sexual assaults occurred.
After these claims came to light, Nolen checked himself into Parkview Medical Center's psychiatric unit. According to court documents, Nolen has asked for forgiveness from at least one victim and wants to get help for a sexual addiction. They also state, he claims to have been sexually assaulted as a child by two men in Indiana and Florida.
Nolen faces charges of sexual assault on a child in a position of trust, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, enticement of a child and child abuse for allegedly sexually assaulting the two young girls. He is in jail with a $500,000 bond.
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