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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

No charge in Fayetteville

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The Morning News follows up on the married Catholic priest in Fayetteville removed from his pastorate because of sexual contact with an adult male. No charge will be filed, but police indicate evidence exists of the sexual contact, if not forced.

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