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Monroe man accused of sex assault could stand trial in March
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MONROE - A lengthy and ongoing criminal investigation into a Monroe man's alleged sexual assault of an unconscious woman means he will likely not go to trial until March, Public Defender Guy Taylor said. Derek Larosh, 27, is accused of sexually assaulting a young Monroe woman while she was "blacked out" due to inebriation. Larosh is charged with Class C felony counts of second-degree sexual assault of an unconscious woman and second-degree sexual assault by use of force, as well as four misdemeanor counts of bail jumping.