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Pocomoke Doctor Found Not Guilty of Sex Offense Charge

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Sarad Baral (Photo: Pocomoke City Police Department) Sarad Baral (Photo: Pocomoke City Police Department)
POCOMOKE CITY, Md.- A Pocomoke City doctor has been found not guilty of sex offense and related charges a little more than a month after being arrested on a criminal complaint filed against him by a female employee.

Dr. Sarad Baral, 48, who is of Fruitland, but practices at Everest Medical Center on Market Street in Pocomoke City, had been charged with fourth-degree sex offense and second-degree assault. Baral's arrest stemmed from a complaint filed against him by a female employee on May 9, according to Pocomoke City police.

On Friday, Baral went on trial in Worcester County District Court where a judge found him not guilty of the aforementioned charges.

WBOC attempted to reach Baral for comment by phone at his office but it was closed.

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