Crimes against children include assault, promoting prostitution, and corruption of minors
Pennsylvania State Police have leveled 26 felony counts against a Potter County teenager. On Wednesday (October 26th), Troopers based in Coudersport filed a criminal complaint against Levi Brayden Boucher, 19, of Coudersport. The complaint, filed with Magisterial District Judge James Hawkins, charges Boucher with seven felony counts of criminal use of a communication facility, six felony counts of criminal solicitation – statutory sexual assault, 4-8 years older than the victim, six felony counts of corruption of minors, seven felony counts of promoting prostitution of a minor and one misdemeanor count of corruption of minors. According to the court docket, the offenses were reported in September in Eulalia Township in Potter County. The docket says no preliminary hearing date has been established.
Boucher also faces charges from early October in Coudersport Borough. In that case Coudersport police charged him with one felony count of materially false written statement-purchase, delivery or transfer of a firearm and misdemeanor counts of unsworn falsification to authorities and statement under perjury. He was arraigned October 20th and released on $25,000 unsecured bail. A preliminary hearing for this case was scheduled for November 22nd. He was provided with an application for appointment of a public defender.