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21-year-old man accused of indecent assault, sentenced to prison on separate rape and abuse charges in Fall River court



A 21-year-old man was sentenced to serve seven to 10 years in state prison last Friday after pleading guilty to indictments charging him with two counts of Rape and Abuse of a Child, Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III announced.

Fall River Superior Court Judge Raffi Yessayan also sentenced the defendant, Trevor Breckenridge, of Rehoboth, to an additional three years of supervised probation and ordered him to register with the state’s Sex Offender Registry Board. The case was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Gillian Kirsch.

On June 27, 2020, Breckenridge, who was friends with the 14-year-old victim’s older brother, was at the victim’s home, hanging out with her brother. According to the victim, Breckenridge entered her bedroom, kissed her and pushed her onto her bed. The victim said “no, just kissing,” but Breckenridge pinned her down. The victim continued to tell the defendant “no” and attempted to kick him in the chest to get him off of her. Breckenridge grabbed the victim’s ankle and then her neck to hold her down. He said “no, this is happening” while strangling her at the same time. Breckenridge then got up and left, while the victim was crying. The victim told her brother’s girlfriend what happened almost immediately and her statement to the brother’s girlfriend is the same exact statement she gave to the police. Police were called right away, and the victim was taken to a hospital, where Breckenridge’s sperm was located on her underwear.

During the pendency of the case, Breckenridge posted $5,000 bail. While on release, he was arrested for indecent assault and battery on a person over 14. In that case, the female victim alleges Breckenridge groped her. After his arrest, his bail was revoked and he was detained.


“The defendant took advantage of his position of trust to violently assault the victim. After being released on bail on this case he assaulted other female victims,” District Attorney Quinn said. “He needs to be kept off the streets to protect female victims and society.”



  1. Tonto

    January 13, 2023 at 2:35 pm

    H Block…. Cedar Junction….. YIKES

  2. Lets clean the streets 81

    January 15, 2023 at 8:20 am

    DDU at least or MCI concord there gonna pinn you down on ur face and Buuba is gonna tske ur azz just the same your a pedphile that is gonna screw u up even in new line or as a PC you are finshed u be better off dead trust me i did state timefor beatin idiots like you to bad im out now i would tear you apart from limb to limb but its all good theres alot lifers waiting on u

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