You can change the location at any time. A Chicopee police officer accused of raping a woman at the Fort Devens military base was attending National Guard training during the alleged incident, a prosecutor said in court Tuesday. Corey Fournier, 27, was arraigned on two counts of rape and one count each of assault and battery and kidnapping in connection with analleged rape the training of boys woman the base on March 3.
A not guilty plea was entered on his behalf. Alyssa Kilmurray, a prosecutor for Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. She said Fournier and the alleged victim were both training for the National Guard at Fort Devens on March 3, but they did not know each other. State Police detectives assigned to Early’s office were called to the base around 1:30 p. The investigators were told about the rape allegations and began an investigation. Kilmurray told Judge Robert Gardner rape kits were performed as well.
Fournier is accused of preventing the woman from leaving during the alleged assault, she said. Defense attorney Michael Ball said his client is married with two children and served nine years for the National Guard. Fournier did two tours for the Army including one tour in Afghanistan, Ball said. Fournier’s wife and father were in court. Court records show Fournier lives in Chicopee.