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Teacher Accused of Sexual Abuse Charged with 16 First Degree Felony Counts

Teacher Accused of Sexual Abuse Charged with 16 First Degree Felony Counts



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(KSL News) More charges have been filed today against a Riverton school teacher accused of sexual abuse.

District Attorney Lohra Miller today amended the charges against Frank Laine Hall to include 16 first degree felony counts of Aggravated Sexual Abuse of a Child.

The first charges against Hall were filed last month when three girls in his first grade class came forward and said he inappropriately touched them. Since then, other students from previous classes have spoken out.

Hall remains in custody on $500,000 bail.

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