Charge: Andover Man Impregnated Vulnerable Adult at Group Home where he was Supervisor

Charge: Andover Man Impregnated Vulnerable Adult at Group Home where he was Supervisor Photo: KSTP

September 18, 2018 02:58 PM

A 39-year-old Andover man is charged via warrant with criminal sexual abuse of a vulnerable adult after he reportedly impregnated a woman at a home where he worked as the supervisor.

The woman had suffered a stroke three years prior to the incident and was living in a group home operated by Dungarvin Group Homes in St. Anthony when it happened.


Court documents state the woman is "very sharp and quick-witted, however, she has trouble reasoning and having  forethought of the implications of her decisions."

The victim told police in a recorded interview Divine Nde Momuluh, who impregnated her, was formerly a supervisor at the home on the 3000 block of Coolidge Street.

The woman said she became pregnant in February and told investigators Momuluh had "come on to her." He would come into her room and touch her during the overnight hours when he was working, court documents state.

She said the two would have sex in a basement bathroom or storage room reserved for staff, and the home only had one person working overnight, the criminal complaint details. 

She estimated the two had sex more than 10 times, the complaint states.  
The woman no longer resides at the St. Anthony home. 

Momuluh is not in custody. The charge he faces is a gross misdemeanor and have a maximum sentence of 1 year and $3,000 fine. 

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