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SOUTH OGDEN, Utah (AP) - Police say nine more men have made accusations against a former Boy Scout leader and science teacher in Utah charged with possessing child pornography.
South Ogden police say the men reported 61-year-old Kenneth William Prince of Uintah took sexually explicit photos of the men when they were junior high students.
Lt. Dwight Ruth said Monday that investigators are reviewing the allegations and have not yet determined if they will file additional charges.
Prince was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of possessing child porn in Weber County and was formally charged in state court on Thursday with five counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.
He has not yet entered a plea.
Prince was undergoing a mental health evaluation last week after trying to commit suicide following his arrest.
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