Fragoso denied to police that he and the teen had intercourse and said he has erectile dysfunction, according to the warrant.
"He did say it is common for him to have condoms in his possession since he often cheats on his wife with other women," the warrant reads. "He said that he only really [performs a sex act on] those women because he is a giving person and because of his medical issues." He did not, however, rule out having intercourse with those women, which police noted in the warrant "would explain the need for condoms."
Fragoso posted $250,000 bail. He is charged with second-degree sexual assault.
"Mr. Fragoso has cooperated with authorities up to this point," Zingaro said. "He intends on defending this case. He is not admitting to any wrongdoing at this time and he has been a volunteer fireman in good standing for many years." Fragoso, 35, does not have a criminal record.
The junior firefighter program, which teaches 14- to 17-year-olds about the fire service, according to its website, was suspended last month, town officials said.
Carilli was chief of the department from June 2006 to Nov. 30, 2012. He then led the department's training program.
Fragoso had been a fire lieutenant with the department since June 2012.
Carilli resigned the chief's position on Sept. 27, 2012, after an investigation by Coventry police into allegations that he had used graphic language when speaking to female employees at a Dunkin' Donuts store on Main Street in Coventry.
A store manager and two workers said that Carilli on several occasions used language that made them uncomfortable, a town official said. The town council subsequently called for Carilli's resignation from the chief's position. The Coventry Volunteer Fire Association accepted Carilli's resignation with regret. He remained on the force in the training job.
In October 1984, when Carilli was 24, he was charged with three counts of second-degree sexual assault and one count of risk of injury to a minor after the parents of a 14-year-old girl filed a complaint with police. He pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of risk of injury to a minor and on Feb. 27, 1985, was sentenced to a year in prison.
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