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Seminole man, 47, accused of sexually battering two teenage girls

A 47-year-old Seminole man is accused of sexually battering a 16-year-old girl Sunday and an 18-year-old girl this summer, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

Robert W. Lebohner was arrested Monday and faces two counts of sexual battery. He was being held early Tuesday in the Pinellas County Jail without bail.

Deputies said one of the abuses happened Sunday about 5 a.m. when the 16-year-old girl was staying at a friend's house for a sleepover. Lebohner is an acquaintance of the family hosting the sleepover and was staying at the house.

The unidentified victim awoke to Lebohner sexually assaulting her, deputies said. She reported the incident to her friend's parents, who then called deputies.

During the investigation, deputies also learned that Lebohner sexually battered the 18-year-old friend who was hosting the sleepover. That abuse happened at Lebohner's home at 13741 88th Ave. N last summer, authorities said.

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