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Nolan found not guilty of lewd molestation

Comanche County, Ok_A Lawton man accused of lewd molestation has been found not guilty.

Jeffery Nolan had been accused of molesting his ex-girlfriend's one-year-old child. The mother testified that she was showering and washing her kids when she asked Nolan to dry the child off and put her diaper on.

Moments later, she heard the girl scream and cry and Nolan said "your baby is bleeding." The mother took the baby to the hospital without Nolan where DHS and Lawton police were called in.

They asked the mother if the baby had been molested and she said no, because she would be in jail for hurting whoever did it. The mother was arrested but did not tell police about Nolan until a few days later when a family member convinced her to.

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