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Man faces aggravated sexual assault charges in Sea Isle attack

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SEA ISLE CITY — A 19-year-old from Pennsylvania faces charges of aggravated sexual assault, aggravated assault and assault by strangulation after an early morning attack that took place on the beach near 33rd Street.

Francis Grady, 19, of Springfield, remains in the Cape May County jail after the charges, which authorities announced Friday. He will be held pending a detention hearing.

No information was released about the victim, including the individual’s condition or the extent of any injuries.

The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office assisted with the investigation.

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