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New sex abuse charges against little league coach
QUEENS (WABC) -- There are new charges Tuesday night against a little league coach from Queens who is already accused of sexually abusing some of his players.
Three more victims have come forward.
David Hartshorn was arrested back in February for allegedly having sexual contact with 13 and 14-year-old boys and possessing child pornography.
Tuesday, he pleaded not guilty to upgraded felony charges of predatory sexual assault against a child.
If convicted, Hartshorn could spend 25 to life in prison.
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