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Jury selection begins for man accused of sexually assaulting child in Medicine Park

COMANCHE COUNTY, OK (KSWO)- Jury selection has begun for a Yukon man accused of sexually abusing a young child in Medicine Park.

ORIGINAL STORY: Man charged with sexually abusing girl in Medicine Park

Matthew Easley was in a Comanche County Courtroom this morning.

READ MORE: Man will stand trial for alleged molestation of a child in Medicine Park

According to an affidavit, Easley was staying at a home in Medicine Park in 2016 with two adults and a 10-year-old victim. The victim told police she had fallen asleep on the couch. When she woke, Easley was inappropriately touching her.

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