Man Raped Co Worker At Long Branch Home For Disabled Adults, Jury Finds

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FREEHOLD - A jury has convicted a Camden County man accused of dragging a co-worker out of the shower and raping her during an overnight shift they worked together at a Long Branch home for disabled adults.

Mark F. Hailstork, 41, of Clementon, was convicted of second-degree sexual assault and fourth-degree criminal sexual contact following a week-long trial in state Superior Court in Freehold, according to a news release from the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.

The victim testified about the sexual assault at the trial, telling the jury Hailstork raped her in October 2015 while they were both working for an organization that provided housing and medical care for developmentally disabled adults in Long Branch, according to the release.

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The victim, a nurse at the unspecified organization, told the jury she was scheduled to work a double shift, looking after two adults with disabilities in an apartment on Garrett Drive that she was regularly assigned to cover.

An aide who was scheduled to work the overnight portion of the shift with her ended up calling out of work. Hailstork filled in as a supervisor for that shift, which ran from 11 p.m. to 9 a.m..

Throughout the night, the victim recalled that Hailstork made sexual advance toward her and around 6 a.m. she went to take a shower to get away from him, according to the release.

But instead, the victim testified, "he entered the ladies’ bathroom and dragged her out of the shower and raped her," according to the prosecutor's office.

After the sexual assault, the victim finished working her shift and went home. She reported the sexual assault to the Long Branch Police Department the next afternoon.

Hailstork faces up to 10 years behind bars at his sentencing, which is scheduled for Sept. 20 before Superior Court Judge Joseph W. Oxley.

Assistant Prosecutor Nicole Wallace prosecuted the case for the state.

Hailstork's attorney Stephen R. Piper, based in Moorestown, declined to comment on the verdict.

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