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Minnesota woman faces sex charges involving 7-year-old

MOORHEAD--A Moorhead woman is accused in Clay County District Court of having illegal sexual contact with a 7-year-old child. Arpolia V. Brown-Navarrete, 41, faces one count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of second-degree c...

MOORHEAD-A Moorhead woman is accused in Clay County District Court of having illegal sexual contact with a 7-year-old child.

Arpolia V. Brown-Navarrete, 41, faces one count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.

According to court documents:

Moorhead police were contacted by a woman on Sunday, June 5, who said that her 7-year-old child had reported being touched sexually by a neighbor, identified in the court documents as Brown-Navarrete.

Investigators interviewed the child, who told them Brown-Navarrete frequently spent time with the child and did "gross things."

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When investigators questioned Brown-Navarrete, she admitted performing sexual acts on the child.

At a court hearing Thursday, June 8, conditions of release for Brown-Navarrete were set at $30,000 bond with conditions, or $50,000 bond without conditions.

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