Daniel Snay, 62, of Uxbridge, Mass. He was arrested Friday on charges he sexually abused a boy over the course of several years and showed him pornography. The abuse allegedly occurred when the boy was between the ages of 8 and Snay is charged with indecent assault and battery on a child under the age of 14, reckless endangerment of a child, enticement of a child and dissemination of pornography to a minor. Uxbridge police will be working with officials in Rhode Island and Connecticut, as well, where abuse of the same boy is also alleged to have occurred, according to the release. Snay is registered as a level-three sex offender, meaning he has been determined to be high risk to reoffend.
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Have you ever heard the Alanis Morrissette song, Ironic? One of the lyrics is about a man who won the lottery and then died the next day. Just imagine convicted criminals winning millions from the lottery! You may think that the scenario is an exception, but it happens a lot more often than people believe. Here are some of the most shocking and bizarre cases of criminals winning the lottery. If you live in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, you may have heard of Daniel Snay.
Uxbridge lottery winning sex offender now facing rape charges against 8-year-old victim
Daniel Snay's win attracted the attention of the police in Connecticut, where he had lived for many years. They say he never informed them of his move. He faces up to five years in prison if convicted of failing to notify authorities of his change of address. His lawyer says when Snay moved, he registered only in the new state. He's been living here for four years.
Daniel Snay , 62, pleaded not guilty Monday at his arraignment. He is accused of sexually assaulting a boy over a span of several years, beginning when the child was only 10 years old, according to NBC The alleged victim approached Uxbridge police on Wednesday.