Former Primary Teacher May Face Two More Trials

Former Primary Teacher May Face Two More Trials


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(KSL News) The man convicted of abusing primary children at church most likely faces two more trials, for molesting other girls.

Aaron Marcos Montoya has been in the middle of plea negotiations. He's charged with sexually abusing at least five little girls. But prosecutors believe Montoya will choose to go to trial. He'll be in court again this week.

Right now, he's serving his five year to life sentence from the first abuse case. He was convicted of innappropriately touching three girls while teaching an LDS primary class.

He's in the Davis County Jail and was initially on suicide watch. Officers say he's distraught and depressed.

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