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Another Child Sex Case in Boynton

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For the second day in a row, the Boynton Beach Police Department has announced the arrest of a man for sex acts with a child relative. Octavio Pedro Jose, 18, has been charged with molesting his 8-year-old sister.

According to the arrest affidavit, the abuse came to light this week after the girl -- who is not named -- complained that it was painful to urinate. According to what the girl told police, Jose approached her bed, took off all her clothes, then made her touch him.

In a separate interview, Jose confessed to sexual encounters with his sister dating back to August 2009.

Thursday, Boynton police charged a 49-year-old man, Mark Sullivan, with molesting his stepson.

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