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ODGEN, Utah (AP) -- Ogden police have arrested a Bountiful man for allegedly groping a nurse who was helping the woman who was in labor with his child.
Ogden police Lt. Loring Draper says 30-year-old Adam Jay Manning brought a pregnant woman to a hospital early Friday.
The Salt Lake Tribune reported on its Web site that Manning allegedly made a comment about how cute the nurse was who came to help the couple. Draper says he then allegedly told the nurse something looked wrong with her neck and attempted to massage it before grabbing her breast.
The nurse pushed Manning away and reported the incident to police. He was arrested on suspicion of felony forcible sexual abuse and missed the birth of the child.
Draper says it's unclear whether the woman who gave birth is married to Manning or is a girlfriend.
No phone listing for Manning could be found.
Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune
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