LANSING, Mich. (CBS DETROIT/ AP) — Prosecutors have added a sexual assault charge against a former Catholic priest who worked at several Michigan churches.

Vincent DeLorenzo, 80, is accused of abusing a 5-year-old boy after a family funeral in Genesee County in 1987.

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DeLorenzo was charged in May with criminal sexual conduct in other alleged incidents.

Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office announced Tuesday that it filed an additional charge.

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The alleged crime occurred more than 10 years ago, but Michigan’s statute of limitations is suspended when a defendant leaves the state for any reason.

DeLorenzo admitted when he resigned from a Flint-area parish in 2002 that he had sexually abused a child.

He wasn’t charged at the time.

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