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UPDATE: Former PRMC Employee Accused Of Sexual Assault, Deported

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BALTIMORE, Md. - A former Peninsula Regional Medical Center nursing assistant has been deported. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Enforcement and Removal Operations says 53-year-old Joel Monfort was flown to Haiti yesterday, and turned over the law enforcement there.

Earlier this year, Monfort faced trial, accused of sexually assaulting a patient while working at PRMC in 2004. He entered an alford plea to second degree assault, not admitting his guilt, but that there was enough evidence to convict him. This was apparently not Monfort's first conviction.

ERO's Criminal Alien Program identifies potentially deportable aliens incarcerated in jails and prisons throughout the United States. Montfort was identified by officers through this program, as being in the United States illegally and arrested him.

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